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#GoodRiddanceDay: Start 2015 with a clean slate

Here’s a fun idea from Times Square Alliance that is also good for the environment and probably your mental health, too, as a way of starting 2015 with a clean slate. Good Riddance Day is a designated...

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Forecasters rarely use “historic” to describe pending storm

The storm on its way to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast has the makings of a major snow and weather event. The National Weather Service rarely uses language like this, which was included in the forecast...

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Directory: Where to find organic foods in Washington Heights and Inwood

After a neighbor complained that she could only find “five or six” organic foods in Washington Heights or Inwood, I started collecting data that shows otherwise. In fact, the selection of organic,...

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New Orleans lunch, elevated at Butcher

  Cochon Butcher restaurant, New Orleans Here’s a glimpse of one of the best meals I had in New Orleans recently. Cochon Butcher is the casual side of Chef Donald Link’s New Orleans restaurant family....

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On a mission to save the city’s Art Deco mailboxes | Crain’s New York Business

Karen Greene has a passion for preserving these receptacles, according to an article in Crain’s New York Business about her photography of Art Deco mailbox masterpieces. So glad to see my neighbor...

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Fun frying techniques shown by street vendor in Jordan

This Middle Eastern street food vendor demonstrates one of the most impressive frying techniques I have seen. Watch him in this video to see him craft perfect  little balls of fried dough (which a...

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Harlem Eat Up makes a Big League debut among NYC food festivals

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Great moments in border crossings 

“You drove from New York City to Quebec to get some cheese,” asked the obviously skeptical Canadian border guard. He allowed me to proceed after I gave the only right answer: “There are many...

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Spot reports from Wine Bloggers Conference #WBC15

Hundreds of wines are being tasted this weekend at the annual Wine Bloggers Conference, this year held in the Finger Lakes wine region of upstate New York. Here are some images from my Instagram...

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Enjoying the blues and bbq 

Here’s a glimpse of this weekend in New Orleans.  Not the citywide Jazz Fest, just a local celebration.  The post Enjoying the blues and bbq  appeared first on Wine and Food World.

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Forecasters rarely use “historic” to describe pending storm

The storm on its way to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast has the makings of a major snow and weather event. The National Weather Service rarely uses language like this, which was included in the forecast...

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Directory: Where to find organic foods in Washington Heights and Inwood

After a neighbor complained that she could only find “five or six” organic foods in Washington Heights or Inwood, I started collecting data that shows otherwise. In fact, the selection of organic,...

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New Orleans lunch, elevated at Butcher

  Cochon Butcher restaurant, New Orleans Here’s a glimpse of one of the best meals I had in New Orleans recently. Cochon Butcher is the casual side of Chef Donald Link’s New Orleans restaurant family....

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On a mission to save the city’s Art Deco mailboxes | Crain’s New York Business

Karen Greene has a passion for preserving these receptacles, according to an article in Crain’s New York Business about her photography of Art Deco mailbox masterpieces. So glad to see my neighbor...

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Fun frying techniques shown by street vendor in Jordan

This Middle Eastern street food vendor demonstrates one of the most impressive frying techniques I have seen. Watch him in this video to see him craft perfect  little balls of fried dough (which a...

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Harlem Eat Up makes a Big League debut among NYC food festivals

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Great moments in border crossings 

“You drove from New York City to Quebec to get some cheese,” asked the obviously skeptical Canadian border guard. He allowed me to proceed after I gave the only right answer: “There are many...

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Spot reports from Wine Bloggers Conference #WBC15

Hundreds of wines are being tasted this weekend at the annual Wine Bloggers Conference, this year held in the Finger Lakes wine region of upstate New York. Here are some images from my Instagram...

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Warming up the taste buds in New Orleans 

Few places in the world put food and dining on a level like New Orleans, where everyone has their own ways to make Cajun or Creole specialties like Gumbo, Jambalaya or “simple” red beans and rice....

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BBQ, Oakland style: Everett and Jones, still strong after 43 years

One of the bonuses of visiting the San Francisco area is a chance to go across the bay to Oakland or Berkeley for some of the best barbecue in the United States. I know that’s a tall order, but...

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