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Advent Wreath

Every year, fours Sundays before Christmas, we make an Advent Wreath. The traditions goes way back and symbolizes the love of God, which has no end and no beginning. The Advent Wreath traditionally is made of evergreens to symbolize life during the winter time. In Ayoe’s family the Advent Wreath…   Read More...

Friday Fourplay: Wear Bacon N’ Eggs on Your Feet, A Housefly-Killing Salt Gun, Coke’s Premium Milk, and Sriracha Beer is Coming

Flavorful World’s Friday Fourplay offers up a bite-sized tidbit of info on each of the four food- and drink-related things we found most interesting each week. Image credit: OhGizmo! Bacon N’ Eggs Sharkz, ‘Cause Fashion’s Tasty Some people wear their hearts on their sleeves. Others, it appears, wear their breakfast…   Read More...

Dublin Foodie Caroline Byrne is appointed new Secretary General of Euro-Toques Ireland

Caroline Byrne has been appointed as the new Secretary General of Euro-Toques Ireland. Caroline is taking over from Ruth Hegarty, who worked with Euro-Toques Ireland for the past 11 years. Caroline Byrne takes over as Secretary General of Euro-Toques IrelandCaroline is best known in the industry as chief Dublin Editor of…   Read More...

Partner Post: Perfection Takes Time — Rum Raisin Cinnamon Rolls

Good things come to those who wait. Good things like cinnamon rolls studded with rum-soaked raisins. By Michelle Keith There are some things that you can’t rush. The best things come with time; for instance: maturity, wisdom and patience, fine wine, diamonds and your grandmother’s spicy tomato sauce that simmers…   Read More...

It’s All Greek To Me Restaurant opening soon in Margate

It’s All Greek To Me is opening soon In the Peppertree Plaza in Margate, FL. The construction has started and the coming soon sign is up. We are thinking its a ‘Fast-Casual’ concept and we are looking forward to giving them a try. It looks like they have another location…   Read More...

Ten great men’s Christmas cooking gift ideas

Cooklikeaman.com does it again! People keep asking me what I want and what they should get for their newly-cooking men for Christmas. Here’s a fast list of some mandatory basics all the way up to some nice expensive stuff. Cast Iron Pan: Your dad cooked on one, your gran-pappy cooked…   Read More...

Happy Thanksgiving from FTLToday.com!!

Both Jeff and I wanted to take a moment and wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! We truly appreciate everyone’s support and encouragement to keep eating through South Florida and beyond. You can guess that Thanksgiving is one of our favorite Holidays due to the focus being around food (and family…   Read More...

Postcard from Iceland #1 | Reykjavik

Pete and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary in Iceland this summer. Our visit was almost scuppered by Bárðarbunga, an Icelandic volcano that chose the time of our visit to get a little fractious. Luckily, no flights were cancelled, and although Bárðarbunga did let loose its lava during our holiday,…   Read More...

Special Section – Our Indonesia: GRIYA KULA (The Foodie Magazine, July 2014)

Some say that Cirebon people is neither Sundanese nor Javanese, but clearly the struggle of cultural influence between the two goes back since medieval times. Because of that, the city benefitted from all the mash up and inherited a rich culinary tradition. A certain place called Griya Kula represents all…   Read More...