restaurants

Where Food and Heaven Meet

Living well means tasting all that life has to offer. Taking that literally, we decided to visit the National Restaurant Association Show, an international foodservice marketplace that let's us take a peek into what's cooking in restaurants and professional kitchens all around the world. This year's event boasted more than 1900 exhibitors and over 50,000 industry attendees. To say we had died and gone to heaven wouldn't be all that much hyperbole. From headline speaker Bill Clinton, to everyday culinary wizards, the show was a feast for the eyes as well as for the stomach.

Discover the crossroads of Europe

Yes, there really is Chicken Kiev in Kiev

Fishing for the Best Fish Sandwich

 

 

brunch at art smith's table fifty two

my mother's kitchen - good for the soul

Tucson's Hot Sonoran Dog

Talk About A Whirlwind

2011 was a wonderful year full of traveling to exotic places both near and far. We thought it would be fun to put together a quick video look at the places we've seen. Take a look and let us know what you think.

 

El Bulli at the Movies

We had the opportunity to see the movie "El Bulli: Cooking in Progress" this weekend in Chicago. Foodies in the crowd know that El Bulli was the infamous Spanish restaurant run by Ferran Adrià and his talented crew. Diners would wait up to a year for reservations to this legendary establishment.

 

happiness in heidelberg

On a recent visit to Germany, the PoshGirls found a lot to smile about in the little town of Heidelberg. With a wonderful view from a charming hotel, the longest pedestrian walking street in Germany, delicious local cuisine and an awe-inspiring castle, Heidelberg is full of delights and surprises that make it an ideal stop during your travels in Western Europe.

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