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Taking Care of Mom on the Busiest Restaurant Day of the Year

The two busiest days for restaurants and bars are Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day. No surprise there, but it seems like Mother’s Day is more crowded—and perhaps more lucrative for those businesses—because mom’s day usually involves more than two people at the table.

Salty & Twisted Tale: Pretzels Still Among the Top U.S. Snacks

What do pretzels have to do with Catholic monks and the institution of marriage?  A lot as it turns out. As we put a wrap on National Pretzel Day, munch on these fun facts!

Mangia: One Foodie's Adventure Through Italia!

For eight days earlier this month, I spent time visiting with family in Rome and L’Aquila, Italy. On the days when my relatives were working, my American family and I enjoyed some typical tourist experiences as well:

Take Me Out to the Ballgame….and to the Cardiologist?

Spring has finally sprung and after the record-setting relentless winter we just survived, the idea of activities we can enjoy in warmer weather really appeals to me.

Is Your Table Set for Love & Romance?

Does the name “Cadbury” ring a chocolate bell? Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentine’s Day candy box in the late 1800s.
When it comes to fun food facts, Valentine’s Day is filled with sweet talk of every variety, dating back hundreds of years.

A Super Gorge of Football & Food

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.


As I peer out the window, the sun is shining, not a flake of snow is on the ground and the Secret Santa gifts at the station have all been exchanged

Time to Talk Turkey this SNOWVEMBER

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.

Saluting Our Retired & Active Military Personnel

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.

Scaring Up Some Halloween Food Facts

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!

Here's the Dish: Local Restaurant Week Kicks Off October 20th

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.

Oktoberfest, Food Truck Rodeo & National Coffee Day

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.

Time to Fly the Coop: The 2014 Wing Fest is this Weekend!

Here’s a trivia question for you to chew on: What does Bill Murray have to do with the National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival?

Independence Day Fun Food Facts

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:


Time to Plan the Gluttonous Graze at the 2014 Taste of Buffalo

Thirty-one years and going strong, the annual city food festival that has become a signature summer event is on deck.
Which mascot would you prefer Lancaster going with?
  Red Hawks
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