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After a long winter it’s finally time to come out of hibernation, and there’s no better way to celebrate the season and warmer weather than with a little food and a little wine. April is packed with food festivals for the next few weekends, so now’s the time to cancel those plans with the family and head out on your own getaway. Here’s three spots worth checking out.
Pebble Beach Food & Wine – April 10 – 13
If you’re not already in California you have until tomorrow to get there, as the events surrounding Pebble Beach Food & Wine kick off tomorrow and run throughout the weekend. Expect celebrity chefs, cooking demonstrations, plenty of sips and samples, and of course event after event tailored to your food favorites. Most of the cooking demonstrations start at around $100, and things go up from there.
Plenty of tickets are still available on what they call an “a la carte”—ha—basis, but you can also go all in an order a package of events. Things start off at around $1,000 for their magnum set of events, and things get pricier as you select from the jeroboam or imperial options.
The 2014 St. Croix Food & Wine Experience is only a few days away but there are still tickets left for some of the festival's best events.
This year’s theme, Culinary Futures, emphasizes the St. Croix Food and Wine Experience and A Taste of St. Croix’s commitment to the community, to culinary industry, and to nurturing the exceptional talent of St. Croix's youth.
One of the best food festivals of the season has to be the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, as the offerings here—and the weather—can’t be beat. Unfortunately the festival did its thing last weekend, so it’s time to look forward to the next big event. We’re thinking Charleston is also a great weather destination, and they have their own wine and food festival ready to do its thing between March 6 and 9.
Plenty of authors, chefs, and other culinary celebrities will be on hand at this year’s BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival. Folks like Nancy Silverton, Andy Ricker, and Michael Toscano will all be around to discuss their books, restaurants, and their approaches when it comes to making really tasty things.
Tickets are now on sale for one of our favorite film festivals, the Chicago Film Food Festival, taking place Nov. 21 - 23, 2013.
The Food Film Fest, which also takes place annually in NYC and Charleston, is the only festival where attendees watch food films, then eat the food from the films.
The festival will take place at Kendall College and will be hosted by Travel Channel’s George Motz. Highlights of this year's CFFF are the opening night feature film about Michel Chapoutier and his wines, Food Porn star Larry Cauldwell's fondue film, and Matt Timms and his "Sugar Takedown."
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THERE IS. A BARBEQUE PIT. SHAPED LIKE A BOEING 777.
Take a second to process that, and then update your iCal to include the dates February 27 - March 1 2014, when this miracle of modern engineering will again cook up thousands of hot dogs and hamburgers during Houston's World Championship Bar-be-que.
The pit itself was born in 1999, designed by a Continental Airlines maintenance foreman and constructed by BBQ Pits by Klose. It's a 1:10 scale 777, now repainted with the updated United merger livery.
Things got a little messy this last week in the Spanish town of Buñol. The locals are used to it, however, as this was the celebration called La Tomatina, a fruit-hurling party that takes place on the last Wednesday of August. La Tomatina has gone on now for the past 68 years, attracting tourists from all corners of the globe, and only one thing has changed: there's now a fee to join the revelry.
There's no question that Spain is struggling a bit financially; even festival's host city is in debt over 4 million euros. Thus, organizers of the event looking to make a few extra coins. The cheapest way to experience the festival will not necessarily break the bank. The fee is 10 Euros just to be in the midst of the tomato-throwing but, if you do want to drop some cash, you can do it in style on the back of a tomato truck carrying 130 tons of the red fruit for 750 Euros.
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The summer heat has been kind to many areas across the country the last couple of weeks, but that’s not necessarily the case over in Austin, Texas. A quick look at the extended forecast shows high temperatures flirting with almost 100 degrees well into the weekend. The warm weather is a great excuse to take a break with a sweet treat, so it’s perfect timing for the area’s annual ice cream festival.
The seventh scoop is taking place this weekend on Saturday, August 17, and the fun is scheduled to run between 10am and 7pm at Fiesta Gardens right at the shores of Ladybird Lake. The city’s ice cream festival is exactly what you’d expect, but we say that in the best way possible. Games, activities, contests, and plenty of live entertainment, and of course all the ice cream you care to enjoy—it’s all included with the cost of admission. Even your dog is welcome to tag along as well, and we’re pretty sure someone will be there with some pet friendly deserts.
There’s only a few days left in July, but that’s fine with us. That’s because August welcomes the lobsters to Maine, as the annual Maine Lobster Festival does its thing between July 31 and August 4.
It’s not too late to make plans to head to Rockland to take in all the action, as all the boiling and buttering takes place at Rockland's Harbor Park. Obviously there’s going to be plenty of those tasty crustaceans on display, but there’s way more than that.
There’s a road race, a fun run, and even a chance to just complete a leisurely walk as part of the festival. Plenty of music keeps things going well into the evening, and there’s a few acts that you might even recognize from your iPod. David Cassidy does his thing on Saturday evening, and the Spin Doctors hit the stage on Friday night. Tickets to the concerts are a little bit extra—like $25 or so—but that does include your festival admission as well.
Tickets for the New York City Wine & Food Festival finally went on sale to the public yesterday, June 24th.
The sixth annual fest takes place October 17-20, 2013 and is the only NYC food festival to bring together culinary icons from around the world and America’s most beloved television chefs including Mario Batali, Giada De Laurentiis, Bobby Flay, and Rachael Ray.
Even though London has no shortage of awesome restaurants, the foodie scene (especially when it comes to bloggers or people who Instagram everything they eat) still hasn't reached NYC-level proportions. That might be about to change, though, thanks to a new food festival called Toast that kicks off this weekend in the Big Smoke.
The schedule for the 2013 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, scheduled to take place October 17- 20, has been announced and will include appearances by celebrity chefs Anne Burrell, Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Robert Irvine, and Emeril Lagasse.
The festival, presented by Food & Wine, will benefit Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign. This year, several festival events will take place at the Hudson Hotel, including wine and pairing seminars, while Pier 94 will be the new home of the festival’s signature Southern Wine & Spirits of New York Trade Tasting, and Pier 92 will host the fest’s Blue Moon Burger Bash hosted by Rachael Ray and the Tacos & Tequila hosted by Bobby Flay.
The St. Croix Food & Wine Experience isn't just a good excuse to pig out; it's also an important fundraising event for the St. Croix Foundation.
The foundation provides leadership and community development to directly serve the people of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Among the many organizations that benefit from the annual event are the local food service industry and the students of the St. Croix Career and Technical Educational Complex (CTEC).