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Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower

Enjoy fresh-roasted cauliflower, with the flavor & color of Turmeric, as a tasty side dish! A touch of heat provided by Harissa Seasoning adds a delightful kick of flavor.   Ingredients From The Spice & Tea Exchange® ¼ cup Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1½ TBS Turmeric ½ tsp Harissa Seasoning 3 Bay Leaves Cyprus White Sea Salt (optional topping) From the Grocer ½ cup water 1 TBS lemon juice 1 head cauliflower,...

Soup to The Rescue

By Marsha Fottler – Cold days, frosty nights and you’ve got too much to do during this Holiday season. Preparing a delicious evening meal that will warm hearts and tummies seems like a nice but distant dream. It’s positively soup time. You can make it the night before while you’re wrapping gifts or doing laundry. Or you can make it in the afternoon and let soup simmer while you vacuum or order gifts online. Use a slow...

Hudson Valley Wine and Wreath Trail Leaves Inn Gue...

Are you up to the taste and decorate challenge? Each year the Shawangunk Wine Trail puts together its popular Fineries at the Wineries event where visitors get to taste wine and add a trinket to a holiday wreath. This year, the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast, located within the picturesque region, has put together a ‘Sip and Decorate’ package, where they’ll trim your wreath with its very first trinket, as you head...

Beach retreat on the ninth floor

(Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa) Have you ever had one of those dream vacations? One where everything goes just right? It does happen, and lucky for me, it happened by chance. I really needed a long weekend away. Without a second thought, I went with a tried and true hotel brand, who just happened to have a beachfront room available. My lucky streak has started off on the right foot. There was a...

Five Secretly Amazing Beer Cities Around the World

Break away from the typical beer-tasting vacations and explore a world of new flavors When most people plan a “beer-cation,” certain cities and countries immediately come to mind: Munich, Germany; Brussels, Belgium and Dublin, Ireland, for example. Millions of Americans flock to these cities every year for their great beer and beer culture. And rightly so: Just outside Munich is the world’s oldest brewery, Weihenstephan....

A Promenade in the Latin Quarter

By Tom Reeves (Author of: Dining Out in Paris – What You Need to Know Before You Get to the City of Light) A promenade in the Latin Quarter rightfully begins in the historic center of Paris – Ile de la Cité – a small island in the Seine River.  Begin the walk by facing the venerable Notre Dame Cathedral.  Even before its construction began in 1163, a cloister existed nearby where clerics were giving instruction in theology....
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