Whether you’re discussing deflated balls or Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s taciturn demeanor as he meets the media, there’s more than pigskins on the mind of fans as Super Bowl Sunday approaches.
After a wild week of record-setting weather, this Thanksgiving offers a rare perspective on gratitude and sharing traditions—including platters of food—on this American holiday, first celebrated in the 1600s.
A feast of freebies is on the menu for the men and women who have served our country or who are currently active.
A wide variety of businesses, including many fast-food, fast casual and sit-down eateries, are offering everything from a cup of coffee to full meals as the nation prepares to commemorate Veteran’s Day on the 12th.
Halloween is many things—costumes, parties, candy, truly a big money maker for a variety of enterprises. Halloween is now this county’s second largest commercial holiday next to Christmas.
Thought you might enjoy some tasty tidbits on the origins and traditions of this ancient holiday, many of which will make your dentist happy!
Time to feed your curiosity, map out a plan, and break the chain! Chain restaurants, that is.
Seems like I’m still working off the Spring LRW, but it’s time for the Fall edition of the biannual celebration foodies fantasize about: Local Restaurant Week, running from October 20 – 26, 2014.
Plenty of good things to chew on in the next few days:
Although it feels more like mid-summer, it’s time for Oktoberfest in Williamsville. Running from September 26th through the 28th, the annual event includes a keg-rolling contest, Mercedes Benz exhibit and the Great German Dessert Bake-off at Sweet Jenny’s at the Williamsville Water Mill on Spring Street.
Who doesn’t love an Independence Day that falls on a Friday?
I know I do and a big part of the USA’s birthday celebration this long weekend centers on food for my family, friends and me.
Thought you might enjoy chewing on some food facts as you fire up the grill and proudly fly the red, white and blue:
Unless your mom or other significant ladies in your life work in the restaurant industry, this Sunday should be a day of pampering and relaxation for the family matriarch. Be prepared for a lot of company as Mother’s day is the busiest day of the year in the industry, according to the National restaurant Association.
I’ve had the pleasure of dishing up news on the local food scene for the past five years here on the WBEN website.
What fun it is to exchange ideas with fellow foodies and talk with some of the many talented chefs who love to cook, create and make the dining experience in Western New York one of the best things about living in this area.
“I gotta fall in the love with the building,” proclaims John Stage, owner of the wildly popular Dinosaur Bar-B-Que.
Make no mistake about his affection for the former Universal Pictures storage facility on Franklin Street, a bone’s throw from the theater district in downtown Buffalo.