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7 Eateries to Try During dineLA Restaurant Week 2015

The first round of dineLA’s Restaurant Week 2015 kicks off on Monday January 19th and these are our 7 restaurant recommendations. First, let’s talk about what it is and why you should care. For two weeks (Jan. 19 to Feb. 1) restaurants from across Los Angeles participate in

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic

This recipe for roasted brussels sprouts with balsamic vinegar has converted many of our friends who used to dislike the vitamin packed vegetable. Deliciously crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, these sprouts are great as a side dish or a snack. The

4 Things to Do at Panama Canal

Considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the Panama Canal is awe-inspiring. If you’re headed to Panama City, take a partial or full transit down the canal, it’s well worth the time and money for the experience. Check out our list

Chinese Hot and Sour Soup

Growing up, my mom always made Chinese hot and sour soup when I caught a cold. The heat from the soup always soothed my throat and cleared my sinuses. Now, it’s one of my ultimate comfort foods and is super easy to make. The

Two Week Vacation in Panama

Panama is a small and diverse country in Central America most famous for its canal. In this article, Travel Guide: Panama will take you through the country from Casco Viejo on the Pacific side to La Loma Jungle on the Caribbean side with a stop in Boquete

Where to eat in New York City

New York is one of our favorite cities to visit and the main attraction for us is the stellar food. From $3 pork dumplings to $300+ tasting menus at Michelin restaurants and everything in between, there is something for everyone. Add in great shopping, terrific museums

Chinese Deviled Tea Eggs Using Marbled Tea Eggs

Have you ever tasted a Chinese tea egg? These marbled eggs are a popular Chinese snack cooked in a soy and tea broth. If you enjoy a dash of soy sauce on your hard boiled eggs like, you will love this Chinese deviled tea eggs

Cayenne Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

There is nothing quite like hot sauce made with homegrown cayenne peppers and garlic. We made over 10 jars of hot sauce before stumbling upon the perfect balance of heat, salt, garlic and vinegar. The great thing about this cayenne pepper hot sauce recipe is that it’s