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December Food And Drink Events Around The United States

Food festivals, holiday fairs and chocolate mania
Dec 1, 2014 4:00 pm

In December, there is no lack of expert-led classes and demos, seasonal beer festivals and artisan food fairs happening around the food-obsessed United States. Whether you’re in sunny Palm Beach or snowy New York, there’s likely an event that is worth hitting up — or possibly traveling for. Here are some of our favorites. 

Check Out The 2015 Dubai Food Festival's Crazy Promo Video!

See the city built out of corn, crackers, chocolate
Nov 10, 2014 1:00 pm

Heck yes we'd go to Dubai for a food festival! Dubai is renowned as a rising center of fine dining — last year's inaugural celebrations lasted for 23 glorious, Michelin-starred, street food vending, bacon-free days and this year's — held from February 6-28 — promises to be even bigger. Watch this time-lapse video of artists recreating the city entirely out of intricately shaped and molded food. The Palm Islands are made out of breadsticks! How cool is that? 

November Food And Drink Events Around The Country

Because you can't devote an entire month to turkey
Oct 31, 2014 8:00 am

In November, those of a food-focused mindset may immediately turn their thoughts to that succulent roasted bird and its traditional accompaniments. But before you get too worked up over Thanksgiving, check out this list of food and drink events happening around the country. Let the booze and bites take the edge off stressful holiday preparations.

8 New York City Wine & Food Festival Events That Are Not Sold Out

Good pizza, brunch, tailgating and chefs talk
Oct 16, 2014 1:00 pm

This morning we reached out to New York City Food and Wine Festival organizers to find out what events still have tickets, and surprisingly there are some pretty good ones still in the NOT SOLD OUT category (as of this writing at least). Here they are, with links to where you can buy tickets.

October Means Great Beer And Chicken Dancing

Plus lots of cool culinary charity events
Sep 26, 2014 10:00 am

It’s hard not to get excited about October’s arrival. There’s no better time for consuming copious amounts of dark, hoppy beer in tall glasses while wearing tall white socks with suspenders or frilly white jumper dresses. Besides that, the coming month offers several very compelling culinary events whose proceeds go to charity, as well as an exciting lineup of chef seminars at NYC’s Eataly, chicken dancing in Baltimore and a coffee crawl in Stumptown.

8 Chefs On What It Means To Cook And Eat And Treasure Ethnic Food In America Today

Starring Jon Shook, Gregory Gourdet, Mike Solomonov
Sep 25, 2014 8:00 am

At the recent Feast Portland, we asked a number of chefs about what it means to cook “ethnic” food in America today. Their backgrounds range from running a high-minded Japanese izakaya to explorations in Argentinian, Thai, Indian and Israeli flavors. 

A Day With Paul Qui At MAD 4 In Copenhagen

The food symposium through an Austin chef's eyes
Aug 27, 2014 10:00 am

Chef Paul Qui, of Austin's East Side King food trucks and the restaurant Qui attended MAD this year for the second time. The fourth iteration of the symposium in Copenhagen just wrapped up but not before we spent a day trailing Qui for the cacha├ža and fermented casava–infused ride.

September Food And Drink Events Around The Country

Celebrate cooler weather with food and wine fests
Aug 22, 2014 10:00 am

Just because summer is coming to an end doesn’t mean the good living has to stop any time soon — au contraire, friends. The warm sun and cool air of September provide an ideal setting for culinary and booze celebrations, so here's a list of some particularly yummy and educational events across the country. Add some of these fine happenings to your calendar, and keep those post-Labor Day blues at bay.

 
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