Patrice Moore

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An Actually Useful Guide to Richmond, Virginia

Heading to Richmond, Virginia? Let Andrew Huffman be your guide. This is Spilling the Beans, where a city's most in-the-know barista gives us the lowdown on where to go, what to do, and what to eat (and drink) in their hometown.<p><i>This is Spilling the Beans, where plugged-in baristas give us the</i> …

7 Great Under-the-Radar Cheesesteaks in Philly

Mexican 5 and 5

It doesn’t take much to make good food out of simple ingredients. Quality ingredients are important when making delicious meals for your family, yes, …

Recipes

The Picasso Museum, Paris - General

The Picasso Museum in Paris was closed for several years for a proper refurbishing. We just happened to visit Paris a couple of weeks after the …

8 Ways to Spend a Day In & Around Baltimore

<i>So Baltimore may not be the</i> greatest <i>city in America, as the slogan claims, but it sure is an interesting one.</i><p><i>Photo courtesy of Yianni Mathioudakis via Flickr</i><p>In a recent essay in the <i>New York Times</i> titled "My Own Private Baltimore," Tim Kreider wrote that the city is “ideally positioned between New …

10 things you shouldn’t do in Paris (and what to do instead)

Inviting sidewalk cafes, gleaming boutiques, world-class museums, and a fabled restaurant scene make Paris the runway model of cities—beautiful, fashionable, confident, and inspiring envy at every turn.<p>But with expectations running so high, Paris can—yes, it's true—occasionally disappoint.<p>When you …

The 10 Toughest Tables in Philly (and How to Snag One)

Zagat

The 14 Essential Philly Cheesesteaks You Need to Try

Cincinnati in 10 Plates

Cincinnati-native David Falk, owner of the Italian-influenced hot spots Boca and Sotto, is a passionate proponent of the food scene in his hometown. …

How To Cook Polenta: The Only Recipe You Will Ever Need

Occasionally, you'll mention an ingredient to someone and it will be met with wide eyes, vacuum lungs and flailing hands. "No, no, no. I don't cook that." We've seen this happen with polenta one too many times, and we want to give you all a big hug through the internet. We can do this, and quite …

U.S. Food Trails: Best Routes For Summer 2013

Road-trip dining has undergone a much-needed makeover, thanks to the rising popularity of food trails. Believe us, greasy fast food might be the easiest option on the road, but it's not the best. The solution? Make food the destination.<p>Food trails are pre-planned maps of the culinary scene that …

JBF Trip Planner: New Orleans

<i>I</i><i>f you’re anything like us, the first thing you do when planning a trip—perhaps even before booking a plane ticket—is figure out where you’re going</i> …

New Orleans

The Orchard House is blossoming in Brunswick

3<p>Gallery: orchard house<p>Venerable <b>Mapleside Farms</b> in Brunswick has been undergoing upgrades since being purchased by <b>Greg</b> and <b>Kelly Clement</b> in late 2010.</b> …

French Dip Sandwich Rivalry Between Cole's And Philippe's Gets Animated (VIDEO)

The French Dip: a tale from Los Angeles from Joris Debeij on Vimeo.<p>The French Dip, a deli menu standard all across the United States, actually originated in Los Angeles. The only problem? Two historic restaurants both claim that <i>their</i> chefs invented and popularized the roast beef on french bread …