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Hotdoggers drive Wienermobile

Hotdoggers drive Wienermobile Watching the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile go down the street is something that will catch your eye.  The first Wienermobile was created in 1936 by Karl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer, founder of the company.  There are six Wienermobiles that crisscross the… Continue reading → Go to Source Author: Michael Tweet

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Family-friendly pubs and cafes in the UK: readers’ travel tips

Family-friendly pubs and cafes in the UK: readers’ travel tips Kids’ menus with plenty of choice, helpful staff and, in some cases, play areas, make these reader favourites perfect for family meals out Holidaying in Dorset two years ago, we hopped across the county line to the River Cottage Kitchen and Deli in Axminster. The bright, airy dining room amply accommodated the racket and mess that accompanied our family of four and we enjoyed a decent meal. What stood out was how accommodating they were of our daughter’s severe allergies – to dairy, eggs and peanuts. Despite these restrictions, she was served a full three-courses without the compromises to which we have become accustomed. A dairy- and egg-free chocolate…

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5 reasons why New Zealand could be the next food capital of the world

5 reasons why New Zealand could be the next food capital of the world I admit when I arrived here in New Zealand more than 20 years ago, food was not something that impressed me or many people travelling from overseas. There was a time when the New Zealand dinner was based on a Sunday Roast with potatoes and wedge, sausages on a BBQ, or some fish and chips The post 5 reasons why New Zealand could be the next food capital of the world appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. I admit when I arrived here in New Zealand more than 20 years ago, food was not something that impressed me or many people travelling from…

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Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka restaurant

Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka restaurant In the shadow of Moscow’s landmark Radisson Royal Hotel, and right in the heart of historic and business district of the city, lies the two-storey Matryoshka restaurant by Maison Dellos. It opened its doors in February 2017 under the supervision of Vlad Piskunov – an author of various cookbooks and presenter of a number of The post Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka restaurant appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. In the shadow of Moscow’s landmark Radisson Royal Hotel, and right in the heart of historic and business district of the city, lies the two-storey Matryoshka restaurant by Maison Dellos. It opened its doors in February 2017 under the supervision of Vlad…

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Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka / Матрешка restaurant

Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka / Матрешка restaurant In the shadow of Moscow’s landmark Radisson Royal Hotel, and right in the heart of historic and business district of the city, lies the two-storey Matryoshka restaurant by Maison Dellos. It opened its doors in February 2017 under the supervision of Vlad Piskunov – an author of various cookbooks and presenter of a number of The post Russian dining at Moscow’s Matryoshka / Матрешка restaurant appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Go to Source Author: Paul Johnson{ Geoquono} Tweet

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KFC serves chicken with waffles

KFC serves chicken with waffles You’ll never have to decide between breakfast and lunch again, now that chicken and waffles is on its way to a drive-thru near you. That’s right, fried chicken and waffles is KFC’s newest menu item. In a statement, KFC’s senior marketing director said, “We know that chicken and waffles has a cult following across the country, especially in the south, but not everyone has it available close by.” Indeed, chicken and waffles is a common brunch option in select restaurants in some parts of the country. It’s not the first chicken-themed marketing ploy attempted by KFC. Their fried chicken bath bombs, which made you smell like fried chicken, certainly pushed the limits of chicken…

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New Nutella cafe in New York City

New Nutella cafe in New York City You did not need another excuse to eat Nutella, but you’ve got one. A Nutella cafe is set to open this year in New York City. Created in post-WWII Italy as an affordable alternative to chocolate, Nutella is now popular worldwide, even inspiring riots in France. Nutella’s parent company, Ferrero International S.A., is capitalizing on the fervor by opening a Nutella Cafe in New York City’s Lower East Side. While the city has had its share of Nutella-themed pop-up experiences, this will be its first full-fledged cafe, and the second in the world (the first being in Chicago). New York residents can expect a similar experience to Chicago’s Nutella Cafe — a…

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20 under-the-radar cool cities

20 under-the-radar cool cities 20 cool cities you should check out before everyone else does It’s so easy to forget that adventure lies just outside our doorstep. Unfamiliar foods, new customs, rich histories, views for days — just a few hours from home are a dozen different worlds. To get there, you don’t need a car, you don’t need a huge budget, and you don’t even have to do the driving yourself. Greyhound can take you to cities large and small, not far from where you live and yet still a world away. Probably some you’ve never even considered visiting, by bus or otherwise — until now. We’ve compiled a list of places that won’t be flying under the…

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Foods of Philadelphia

Foods of Philadelphia Saying “yous guys” and adoring the E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles, are just a couple hallmarks of those who have grown up in Philadelphia. But one of the main examples of our city’s distinct culture is our moved away, you’ll understand how the cravings for certain foods kick in pretty quickly. Here are just a few of the foods we locals enjoy when we go home to Philadelphia. 1. Cheesesteaks A post shared by Chef Austin Torsiello (@cheftorsiello) on Jun 13, 2018 at 10:06am PDT Sure, you can find them in other locales, but there’s nothing like a true Philly cheesesteak. The thinly sliced griddled meat topped with cheese, onions, and peppers, wrapped in a freshly made bun with…

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The definitive guide to the best street food in Thailand (and where to find it)

The definitive guide to the best street food in Thailand (and where to find it) Thailand is synonymous with street food for good reason: it’s everywhere. From outdoor markets to roadside carts, there’s no escaping street food no matter where you go, especially in major cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Too many tourists skip out on street food for fear of food poisoning, but you’d be a fool to follow their paranoid lead. Street food is an integral part of Thai culture, and if it’s good enough for millions of locals, it’s good enough for you. Just be smart in your decision making: Always choose stalls that prepare the food fresh in front of you. This ensures it…

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