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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 3, 2013--The St. Regis New York is proud to announce the hotel is concluding an extensive renovation to culminate in a striking reveal this month. With renovated and redesigned guestrooms, suites and public spaces and the debut of the new King Cole Bar & Salon under renowned New York chef and restaurateur, John DeLucie, The St. Regis New York will unveil a bold new era of glamour at Manhattan’s best address. The renovation will reflect the hotel’s enduring legacy while infusing the timeless allure which has defined the Fifth Avenue icon since its founding by John Jacob Astor IV over a century ago.
LAKE GROVE, N.Y. & HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 26, 2013--Long Islanders will soon have two new destinations for fresh and flavorful Asian fare, as P.F. Chang’s is opening new locations in Lake Grove and Huntington Station. The restaurant will open at Lake Grove’s Smith Haven Mall on November 26 and in the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington Station on December 23.
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Owners Mike Gowan and Mike Quillan just celebrated 21 years in the business.
Chef Darrell Mizell
(NAPSI)Fall doesnt have to mean the end of sensational summer meals, like seafood. Try a fresh take on fall favorites by serving up mouthwatering recipes inspired by the coast. Festive shrimp recipes are crowd-pleasers for any event. They can be easily stirred into hearty dishes for a satisfying harvest supper.
(NewsUSA) - In an effort to temper down the spoonfuls of sodium and fat that describe most American school lunches, the National Food Service Management Institute is educating administrators and families about the way regional cooking, like Cajun cuisine, can improve the health of schoolchildren.
(NewsUSA) - According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Latinos in the U.S. have a longer life expectancy than the non-Latino white population.
(ARA) -You don't have to be a "foodie" to be aware of restaurant trends. When a particular ingredient or style of preparation is "hot," it will show up on the menus of everything from chain restaurants to fine-dining establishments. So what's hot right now in restaurant trends? And how do those trends evolve?
(NAPSI)—For those people looking for a better-for-you change to their eating habits, the Mediterranean Diet, frequently touted by dietitians, includes foods that can boost overall health and even help prevent some diseases, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer. Olives and olive oil, the main sources of dietary fat in the Mediterranean Diet, contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) and polyphenols, which contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Incorporating these foods into your daily diet can have a positive impact on your overall health—without sacrificing flavor.
(NAPSI)—If you’re looking for a tasty way to power up on protein and incorporate a healthy serving of omega-3s into your diet, consider delicious, nutritious shrimp.
(NAPSI)—No other trend has parked itself at the forefront of the culinary world quite like food trucks. A new generation of chefs has been putting unique cuisines on four wheels and now you can enjoy some of these great tastes at home. CanolaInfo partnered with four food truck chefs/owners from around the U.S. to create the “Street Eats Recipe Collection.”
(ARA) - Nearly 19 million Americans are affected by acid reflux disease (ARD), also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is characterized by heartburn occurring two or more days a week despite treatment and diet changes. Spike Mendelsohn - a well-known celebrity chef and owner of several restaurants in the Washington, DC area - is one of the millions affected by ARD, and he has to manage the uncomfortable and sometimes painful symptoms of heartburn related to acid reflux disease.
(ARA) - With so many choices in travel destinations, sometimes it's best to plan a vacation around your passion.
(ARA) - Who would have thought getting dirt under your fingernails would ever be considered one of the hottest trends going? According to Doug Jimerson, garden core director for Better Homes and Gardens, "growing your own fruits, veggies and herbs is something Americans are doing in record numbers this season."