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Hot Off the Grill

Last month’s SoCal Food & Beverage Pro featured the Coastal Kitchen in Dana Point visited and written by our Editorial Director Bob Barnes. It was so intriguing that our Read more ›

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Wine Talk with Alice Swift

On the island of O‘ahu in the state of Hawai‘i, there are three resident Master Sommeliers: Chuck Furuya, Patrick Okubo and Roberto Viernes. In August, Hawai‘i had a fourth Read more ›

Alice Swift on Sep 1, 2017

What’s Brewing

Monthly Beer Dinners at PKWY Tavern PKWY Tavern is hosting monthly beer dinners at its W. Flamingo and Marks/Henderson locations, and I’m happy to report many of them feature our Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Sep 1, 2017

Made from Scratch

If you’ve ever walked into a cheesemonger’s shop, the experience can be overwhelming and intimidating. Here are some guidelines to help guide you in your path to exploring great Read more ›

John Rockwell on Sep 1, 2017

Product Review

Founders DKMLI’m old enough to remember when all malt liquors were bland renditions of a high alcohol beer that you drank to accelerate getting your buzz on. I’ve honestly Read more ›

Bob Barnes on Sep 1, 2017

Chef Spotlight

Chef Joho is known around the world for the impact he’s had on the culinary industry. His personalized cuisine and elegant restaurants continue to be successful across the country Read more ›

Leah Schmidt on Sep 1, 2017

Dining out with the Harrises

Las Vegas off-Strip dining has been growing leaps and bounds over the years. Recently a new dining venue opened between the suburbs of The Lakes and Summerlin. Finding authentic Read more ›

Elaine & Scott Harris on Sep 1, 2017

Brett’s Vegas View

CONSTRUCTION BOOMThe Cosmopolitan is gutting and upgrading its rooms: first the Boulevard Tower this year and then the Chelsea Tower in 2018.Caesars Entertainment Corp. is upgrading thousands of hotel Read more ›

Jackie Brett on Sep 1, 2017


Asia was a primary destination to acquire herbs or spices in the medieval times directly, bypassing the Oriental trade route. Without refrigeration or proper preservation at that time, herbs Read more ›

K. Mike Masuyama Ph.D. on Sep 1, 2017

Twinkle Toast

Wine and food go together like showgirls and feathers or Elvis impersonators and sparkly jumpsuits, and some of Las Vegas’ most prestigious restaurants have created one-of-a-kind dining experiences with Read more ›

Erin Cooper & Christine Vanover on Sep 1, 2017

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