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The month of March sets the stage for a busy spring/summer season in Buffalo, NY, filled with multiple food events, fairs, tastings, and brewery fests. As Buffalo continues to revitalize, it is emerging as a food mecca for the entire nation. With this in mind, many food events are kicking off this month. One of which is the March Diva’s Wine […]

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Sandwich Love at the Globe Market (GF)

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  In the 1800’s, dirt and brick roads lined Buffalo’s city streets. Women with parasols and Brocade gowns, and men in sack coats and Bowler’s casually walked about unaware of the economic boom about to happen. At this time, the city of Buffalo’s northern boundaries stopped at North Street. What lay beyond was a system of parkways and parks. After […]

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6th Annual Buffalo Soup Fest (GF)

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If you haven’t been then you’re missing out! Buffalo Soup Fest, January 31st, draws more than 300 individuals to the convention center each year to taste some of the best soups around.  As the fuzzy white fake fur has descended on everything and does not seem to be leaving anytime soon, it is the perfect time to venture downtown to […]

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Two Brothers, Two Wives, One Brewery

Nestled on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, sits the small town of Wilson, NY. Settled in 1818, Wilson holds some unique architecture, including the Morse Cobblestone Farmhouse. A beautiful L-Shaped home built in 1845, it mimics Neoclassical architecture which had been popular throughout the United States during the Civil War, and is now part of the National Registry of […]

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What’s Old is New Again at The Grange

Many of you have heard that Tina’s Italian Kitchen has officially closed its doors. While open for 30 plus years, Tina’s offered a quaint home world charm atmosphere, and simple Italian dishes that described the family’s heritage. However, the building that Tina’s was housed in, The Grange Building or the Salisbury Building, has a history that dates back much further. […]

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Bon Bon’s to the Holiday Rescue! GF

The holiday seaon is upon us. The holidays are a time of gathering with loved ones, dining out and attending colorful and glorious festivities. But for those who have digestive sensitivities, a gluten-free diet is a necessity for many. What does it mean to be gluten-free?  It literally means a diet not containing gluten. Gluten is a general name for the […]

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Food Festivals Haven’t Tapered Off Yet! Digestion Suggestion Takes You to the Southtowns

Summer may be winding down but the food festivities have yet to receive the memo. Even as leaves start to float to the ground, changing from vibrant greens, purples, pinks and yellows to burnt amber, rust and browns, we cling to the last bit of warm ocean breezes and fragrant blossoms. Store fronts are already stacking pumpkins together around their […]

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Taste of Lancaster Kicks Off this Friday!

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We are officially into mid-summer season:( I hate to say it, but I really must–August looms and I fear football season is right around the corner. Don’t get me wrong, I love football season, but it also means the end of soccer season (near the end) and that fall is upon us. Now we are NOT there yet, and there […]

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Taste of Buffalo Food Festival: The aftermath

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Well I must say, judging the Taste of Buffalo was quite the experience. Joining my colleague Donnie Burtless from Buffaloeats, and other notables such as Mayor Byron Brown, Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul, and Melissa Holmes and Michael Wooten from WGRZ,  my husband and I descended onto the streets to judge several restaurants. Judges are given envelopes where designated restaurants are […]

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