Food and Drink

M&M Restaurant

M&M Restaurant

By: Kayla Anderson Located in Sparks, Nevada, next to the popular gambling town of Reno, M&M’s Southern Café offers good ’ole Southern soul food. Tucked into a neighborhood shopping center that’s minutes from the city’s downtown Victorian Square, M&M’s is open five days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The dine-in restaurant serves everything from grits and cornbread ...

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Barbecue: A Tasty American Classic by Any Name

Barbecue is a summertime all-American favorite.

The unique American style of barbecuing is nearly as synonymous as our Red, White and Blue. Though there is a universal shared love for meats cooked to perfection, Americans often argue that their particular styles of barbecue are the best. As the world’s biggest melting pot, the U.S. is home to many different types of people and cuisine that have ...

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How to Start a Wine Collection

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By J. Sunhawk Collecting wine was once the exclusive purview of well-appointed gentlemen with money to build exacting wine cellars, but that’s no longer so. With a modest amount of cash, attention to detail, knowledge, and an area to store the wine, anyone can try their hand at collecting. Due to popular belief, a dark cellar isn’t needed, a cabinet ...

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Disney Cruise Line – It’s Not Just for Children

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Dining Aboard Disney By Crystal Perkins “You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway.” – Walt Disney Vacation time was rapidly approaching and the big decision had to be made. How about a cruise? Why not a Disney Cruise for a unique vacation experience! It was settled. We would cruise on the Disney ...

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Bon appetite In moderation

Cooked Crabs

By Joy E. Love One of the best – and arguably worst things about being an American is we often eat whatever we want, wherever we want, without much thought. For some, this overindulgence is most prevalent during vacation when all types foods are consumed. However, a little thought regarding what you’re putting in your mouth may save you gastrointestinal ...

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Norwegian Cruise Line Offers

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Choices to Make Your Mouth Water By P.J. Thomas Norwegian Cruise Line revolutionized the dining experience with its concept of Freestyle Cruising that allows diners to eat anytime they want in relaxed attire. Norwegian also expanded its restaurant choices on all ships and now includes everything from tapas to teppanyaki, and selections range from as many as nine dining options ...

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Chocolate Tours

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1. Boston Chocolate Tour – Decadent chocolate walking tours, with loads of chocolate treats. Tour delivered by charming, guides and includes exotic imports, closely guarded recipes and intimate tastings. These tours vary by location and season, but can include restaurants and shops in Harvard Square, Faneuil Hall and Beacon Hill among others.- www.bostonchocolatetour.com 2. It’s not just in February, but all ...

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How to Start a Wine Collection

Pouring red wine

By J. Sunhawk Collecting wine was once the exclusive purview of well-appointed gentlemen with money to build exacting wine cellars, but that’s no longer so. With a modest amount of cash, attention to detail, knowledge, and an area to store the wine, anyone can try their hand at collecting. First, a dark cellar isn’t necessary. A cabinet or even a ...

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Vacation Time – Eat, Drink and be Merry (But, in Moderation)

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Joy E. Love One of the best – and arguably worst things about being an American is we often eat whatever we want, and wherever we want without thinking too hard about it. For some, this overindulgence continues into the yearly vacation when all types foods are consumed. However, thoughtful planning about your daily meals, will save you pain and ...

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