Spiced & Sweetly Satisfying Mini Meat Pies for the Holidays!

Earlier this year we had participated in a recipe contest showcasing Cedar Springs Veal Stew with Coconut Milk and Asian Spices. This time around we partnered with Mountain States Rosen (MSR) to highlight not just their tender veal but also lamb, a staple delicacy in Asia, which remains largely under-appreciated in America. Speaking of lamb, …

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Celebrate the Season of Sparkles with Festive Fizzes from @breakthrubevFL

Aside from the colorful cornucopia of fall foliage, autumn is the precursor to major food obsessed holidays and cocktail parties – Diwali, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year. There is something positively delicious in the air which makes just about anything taste glorious. And if we had to pick one wine we would need in our …

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@TheFreshStopBus Earns Community’s 1st Grant to Increase Healthy Food Access w @WFM_Orlando

Nearly 24 million Americans live in neighborhoods with limited or no access to fresh, healthy food. Whole Cities Foundation is partnering with over 30 community-based organizations that are increasing access to fresh, healthy food in their neighborhoods through its new Community First Grant Program. Each organization will be awarded $5,000 to support existing projects that …

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Mastering the Art of Japanese Cooking with @chef_morimoto

When the maestro himself, Chef Masaharu Morimoto, demystifies the secret of umami-packed Japanese cuisine, you make it a point to get in line for a copy of his newly released cookbook – Mastering the art of Japanese Cooking. Well in our case, 10 of us made the coveted cut for BookClubCookbook.com’s #JapaneseHomeCooking Blog Party. The …

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Sample, Sip, Save at @WholeFoods Market’s Taste of Thanksgiving! #thanksgiving

With fall in full swing, Whole Foods Market is hosting a statewide Taste of Thanksgiving event to offer samples of some of the season’s iconic dishes. On Saturday, Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., all 26 stores throughout Florida will host a cornucopia of sweet and savory tastings that can inspire new favorites …

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Where to Eat in Orlando Right Now! #orlando

Inevitably one question we are asked, when foodies and friends connect with The Primlani Kitchen is: Where should I eat right now? What’s your favorite restaurant? Since we are equally opportunity eaters and drinkers, below is a list of bakeries, bars, and restaurants that’s rocking our bon vivant boat. Arguably the hottest opening of the year …

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The Apennines to Adriatic Sea Meet Italy’s Royal Grape: Verdicchio!

Somewhere amongst the ancient ruins of Rome lives Italy’s tireless champion of wine whose calling card reads – Dr. Ian D’Agata Scientific Director VinItaly International. Something of a wine encyclopedia, and a breathing piece of Italian indigenous viticulture, Dr. Ian D’Agata enthusiastically enlightens like an open book, a rarity, even in today’s modern world. In …

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Celebrating 300 Years of Wine-Making Heritage with @ChiantiClassico

Around the time tea was being introduced to the American colonies (1714) by the English and  the Ottoman empire was caught in a savage war with Russia, a restless traveler, the sixth grand duke of Tuscany Cosimo III de’ Medici literally put Chianti on the world wine map by demarcating the world’s first “wine territory”. Today, …

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Embrace Your Wild Side & Explore the Hidden Treasures of Italy: Le Marche with @Collisioni

All roads lead to Rome, in our case “wine”. Our insatiable quest and love for Italy and all things Italian leads us off the beaten path to the land of Italy’s noble native white varietal Verdicchio – Le Marche. Pronounced ‘Lay Markay’, roughly the size of Delaware, this Italian province aptly translates “the borderlands”, hugs …

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