When travelling to Hawke’s Bay, you expect and anticipate to spend the weekend indulging in some of the many fruits that make the region famous. Whether it’s the internationally renowned wines, or the more subtle flavours of fruit, there’s undoubtedly something fresh to be enjoyed. What you might not expect is some of the country’s…

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Florida has always been breathing down my neck. And its breath has been particularly pernicious in the last couple of weeks. It all started two Mondays ago when my cousin Caroline posted pictures on Instagram of her and her sons, Dom and Ryan.  In a plane. In the air. On their way to Fort Lauderdale.…

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Editor’s Note: In honour of International Women’s Day on March 8, SaltWire Network is highlighting the achievements of women throughout Atlantic Canada. Cinthia Wozney builds community wherever she goes. “I remember being new in Canada. It’s lonely,” she says. “I try to be the helper. You don’t have a couch? I’ll help you find a…

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What’s new for York Restaurant Week this year? The hugely popular York Restaurant Week is back from Monday 7 to Sunday 13 March 2022. A whole week of tasty bargains – what’s not to love. With over 60 venues having signed up to bring you foodie deals priced at £5, £10, £15 and £20, there’s…

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Tal Baum Oliva Restaurant Group opened its newest restaurant at the end of January. Located on the first floor of Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall, Atrium features a modern American menu with European influence and bright, whimsical decor. The team behind Atrium includes Tal Baum, Founder & Proprietor of Oliva Restaurant Group, Executive Culinary…

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Two Fort Worth restaurants received over 30 health violations, another two were temporarily shut down for serious violations and five were cited for having black organic matter inside their ice machines during the city’s health inspections from Feb. 20 through Feb. 26. Out of 54 inspections, High Top Grub and Pub, located at 609 S…

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Lazio region responds to emergency in Ukraine. Around 500 doctors, nurses and healthcare workers have responded to a call from Italy’s central Lazio region around Rome seeking to recruit medical staff to help people affected by the war in Ukraine, reports Italian newspaper La Repubblica. The appeal from regional health authorities sought healthcare professionals “interested in…

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Giuseppe Spagnuolo wakes up at about 6am each day, eats the leftovers of the previous night’s dinner for breakfast, greets the stray cats he calls his “security guards” and clambers down the steps of his crumbling home to splash his face with water from the fountain in the square. Occasionally, he walks up to the…

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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Philippines – The culinary heritage of a particular locality starts with home cooking, and this is certainly one aspect where Cagayan de Oro would not be found wanting. In Memories of the Old Hometown, her seminal book about old Cagayan de Oro, Gwendolyn Ramos Garcia devoted a full section to recalling…

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From popularizing American favorites like hamburgers, ice cream cones, and Dr. Pepper at the World’s Fair in 1904 to a present-day food scene partially shaped by Vietnamese and Bosnian refugees starting new lives, St. Louis is a delicious Midwest destination. From foods invented in St. Louis to popular dishes from the homelands of those who’ve…

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