The food scene in Tucson is flourishing. It has been named an official “city of gastronomy” by UNESCO, celebrating the unique cuisine that combines 4,000 years of Mexican and Native American food traditions. There is no Tex-Mex here.
April marks the kickoff of the first Filipino Restaurant Month in Canada. The cross-Canada culinary event will see 40 restaurants participate in seven cities, offering fixed-price menus featuring flavours representing the Philippines’ 7,641 islands.
We reached out to various chefs down south, and asked if they wouldn’t mind sharing a favourite soup recipe, from classic Bermuda Onion to Puerto Rico’s iconic sopa de pollo, to a spicy Maryland crab soup guaranteed to knock your socks off.
For the first time ever, restaurants across Canada are celebrating Filipino Restaurant Month, and many spots in Toronto will have prix fixe menus for the occasion.
As travellers eye potential destinations to the south, there are plenty of reasons to keep North Carolina at the top of the list. From historic cities and scenic mountains to beaches and barbecue, opportunities abound in the Tar Heel State no matter what your vacation style.
Connue pour être un important point économique de la Caroline du Nord, ce centre florissant du Sud-Est des États-Unis, la ville de Charlotte est également réputée pour sa nourriture et ses bières locales, mais aussi pour sa culture et ses paysages diversifiés.
Toned down weddings because of pandemic restrictions have led to more lavish honeymoons. Travel writer Natalie Preddie took us virtually to Puerto Rico this morning to showcase why it’s a great place to spend time with the one you love.
After two years of cancelled weddings, couples are diverting their wedding dollars to smaller, more luxurious weddings, unique elopements, and lavish honeymoons. With the whole world at their fingertips, newlyweds (and newlyweds-to-be) are choosing Puerto Rico as the ultimate romantic destination.