Archive for the ‘Food & Wine’ Category

Visiting Wineries: 10 Tips for Tours and Tastings

By Michele Herrmann LG Section Editor Whether in Napa Valley or Bordeaux, or even your home state, visiting a winery can be a fun outing for wine novices and connoisseurs alike. To enhance your next jaunt and your palette, consider these 10 tips provided by three wine-savvy professionals: 1. Don’t...
July 28th, 2011 | Extras, Food & Wine, Ideas, Planning, Road Trips | Read More

5 Unique Food Festivals For Your Summer Vacation

5 Unique Food Festivals For Your Summer Vacation
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel News Editor It’s finally summertime and everywhere you look cities and towns across the U.S. are showing off. Food festivals of all types crop up almost every weekend, and there is no better way to get to know an area than by its cuisine. A regional festival will often...
July 26th, 2011 | Food & Wine, Parties, Festivals & Events, United States | Read More

Air Travel News 7.26.11

Air Travel News 7.26.11
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel News Editor Look up in the sky! It’s a bird….it’s a plane! No….it’s your weekly air travel news! Here’s what’s happening in the world of aviation, from the ground up.  Pass The Buck Once again the U.S. government is in dire straits...
July 26th, 2011 | Air, Air Travel News, Food News | Read More

Best New Orleans Dishes: Get a Taste of the Big Easy

By Michele Herrmann Section Editor New Orleans has a serious legacy with food. Influenced by Native American, Spanish, French, and African American cultures and mixed with local ingredients, the Big Easy maintains a tradition of fine Creole and Cajun dishes that have interesting histories. Drinks flow...
June 23rd, 2011 | Food & Wine, New Orleans | Read More

Blues & BBQs: Eight Must-Sees in Memphis

By Michele Herrmann Section Editor Memphis truly has soul. In fact, this Tennessean city not only gave birth to soul, but two other equally important forms of 20th-century American music: rock ‘n’ roll and blues. Elvis made his first recording here (as well as his famous digs) while W.C....
June 9th, 2011 | Food & Wine, Memphis | Read More

Air Travel News 5.24.11

Air Travel News 5.24.11
by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel News Editor Look up in the sky! It’s a bird….it’s a plane! No….it’s your weekly air travel news! Here’s what’s happening in the world of aviation, from the ground up. Another Year, Another Volcano A year after the volcano Eyjafjallajokull...
May 24th, 2011 | Air, Air Travel News, Food News | Read More

Observatory, South Africa Bar Guide

Observatory, South Africa Bar Guide
By: Laura Malandra Observatory, a well-known student suburb of Cape Town, is filled with an entertaining and varied bar scene. You’ll be sure to have a great night out in Obz whether for the big game, a birthday or some fun with friends! Stones Stones, a Cape Town chain, is a pool hall and bar....
May 10th, 2011 | Africa, Bar Reviews, Food & Wine, South Africa | Read More

6 Hot Spots in Jacksonville’s Cuisine Scene: Where to Eat on a Floridian Girlfriend-Getaway

By Patty Hodapp Deputy Editor Forget Miami and Palm Beach: those Florida destinations are old news–everyone goes there. Next time you’re planning a girlfriend getaway, head to Jacksonville, northern Florida’s underrated (and largely undiscovered) gem. Whether you’re a foodie,...
April 21st, 2011 | City Travel, Florida, Food & Wine, Hotels & Resorts, Restaurant Reviews, Shopping & Style, Spa & Beauty, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Mendoza, Argentina: 5 Reasons to Go

Mendoza, Argentina: 5 Reasons to Go
By Taylor Dolven LG Travel Correspondent Located on the other side of Argentina across from Buenos Aires, Mendoza is  the capital of the Mendoza Province and home to about 112,000 people. In March, LG Travel Correspondent Taylor Dolven, a junior at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and currently studying...
April 8th, 2011 | Argentina, Cultural Travel, Food & Wine | Read More

Top 5 Food Festivals in Mallorca

Top 5 Food Festivals in Mallorca
By Adam Hunter If it’s big enough to have the Russian Ballet stage a performance, Mallorca is big enough to feed them; and it’s not a big island. Even the hungry ancient Romans knew a thing or two about vacations, and it comes as no surprise that the Spanish island of Mallorca has been occupied since...
April 6th, 2011 | Food & Wine | Read More