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Chef Jim Botsacos Delivers a Taste of Greece Without Leaving the Country

Regarded as the premier purveyor of authentic Greek cuisine, Jim Botsacos, Executive Chef and Partner of New York City’s noted Molyvos Restaurant, creates the freshest, most inventive dishes this side of the Mediterranean Sea. Recipient of one of the coveted 3-star reviews from the New York times shortly after the restaurant opened and named “Best …

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Liquid Gold from the Land Down Under: Yellingbo Ships Recyclable Cask-Fulls of Goodness Right to Your Door

Question: What does organic olive oil, the environment, love songs, Tsunami relief and adventures on the high seas all have in common? Answer: One extraordinary man. And his name is Jeremy Meltzer, philanthropist-adventurer-musician turned entrepreneur-olive farmer who found passion, purpose and prosperity in a 100% recyclable cask of extra virgin olive oil. So, when Divya …

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Have Your Health and Eat Your Cake, Too: Nutritionist Jodi Greebel Teaches You How to Splurge Responsibly

For me, eating ‘healthy’ used to mean one stick of butter instead of two.  But for the sake of my arteries (and wardrobe!), I decided to ditch fatty foods in favor of an all-natural diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and any other low calorie, high protein substance that typically had a distinct flavor, resembling cardboard. …

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World Peace and Chocolate: sweetriot creates morsels of goodness

What if you could promote peace, foster a multicultural world, support local artists, help underdeveloped countries thrive and save the planet just by eating deliciously rich and organic chocolate candies?  Well, thanks to Sarah Endline, the creative genius and cacao bean extraordinaire behind sweetriot, you can.  Oh, and did I mention that the chocolate candies …

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Bringing Back Butterscotch in a Healthy, Organic, Low Calorie Pudding (that’s vegetarian and gluten-free, too!)

One of the toughest parts of the holidays is indulging in rich, high calorie desserts.  And you’ll be hard pressed to find a bakery with organic goodies on display.  But the most difficult, for me, is baking at home where the temptation to voraciously consume an entire bowl of gooey batter is too much to resist …

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Your Food and Festivities Survival Guide for Making it through New Year’s Eve and Beyond

The holidays are starting to wind down, but there’s still that mad dash to New Year’s Eve, the lavishly fun and festive foray into the next chapter of your life.  If you’re a diehard foodie like me, your new year’s resolution probably consists of things like wanting to learn how to cook gourmet meals or master the art of …

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Behind Bravo’s Season 1 Top Chef Winner: Harold Dieterle Opens the Apron in an Exclusive Interview

The Bravo TV Series, Top Chef, is one of the highest rated food shows on television right now, and it all started with Season 1 where Harold Dieterle won over the judges and emerged as one of the hottest new chefs in the country world.  But despite the fame and celebrity status that has ensconced him since …

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Recession-Proofing Your Home is As Close as Your Kitchen

According to James Poterba, Head of the National Bureau of Economic Research, we are officially in a recession, so it’s more critical than ever to start cutting expenses wherever possible.  One of the biggest areas in which you can reduce spending — especially in households with children — is right in your own kitchen. Here are some helpful tips …

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Behind Gavin Kaysen: Award-Winning Chef and Vegetarian Virtuoso

Behind the Burner brings us another beacon of culinary mastery, Gavin Kaysen, a renowned chef whose vibrant vegetarian dishes are as notable as he is, and whose unique approach to simplicity brings unexpected boldness to his creations. Currently the Executive Chef at one of New York City’s premier dining destinations, Café Bouloud, Gavin blends international flair with practical application, and …

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Behind Closed Doors: Secret Tips and Tricks from One of the Hottest Chefs at NYC’s Most Exclusive Restaurant

As part of our Behind the Burner food series, I had the unbelievable opportunity to chat with John DeLucie, Executive Chef and Partner of one of New York City’s top celebrity hang outs, The Waverly Inn, a spot so exclusive, the dining is by invitation only. Needless to say, this gastronomic gem has catered to the highest of high profile …

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5-Star Dining at Home: Behind the Burner brings you tips and tricks from today’s top chefs.

We all know the joys of dining out, feasting on flavorful fare, consuming creative cuisine and devouring decadent desserts, ‘oohing’ and ‘ahhing’ at the tantalizing tastes that whisk us from the doldrums of everyday life to some epicurean plane of existence. But what if you could create those culinary masterpieces at home? Thanks to Divya Gugnani, …

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Better climate, better wine: The wine industry gets serious about climate change.

Have you ever cracked open a bottle of your favorite wine to find it didn’t taste as good as you remembered?  Or taken a sip from the House wine at some fine dining establishment, and tried to quickly recover from the pursed lips that would reveal it tasted a bit sour? You probably chalked these experiences …

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