Fall Into Festivals- Check out the Taste of East Aurora

The second annual Taste of East Aurora event is scheduled for September 14th, 2013. This event will feature the 25 greater East Aurora Restaurants and food vendors presenting tastings of their unique menu items. East Aurora is a quaint village full of rustic charm, cobblestone roads, and unique shops. Steeped in history, everywhere you go the mark of great men […]

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2013 Buffalo Italian Festival

Just a reminder that The Buffalo Italian Festival started yesterday! Running from August 1-4th, this festival offers a little something for everyone. One of the nation’s largest Italian street festivals, they celebrate their 26th anniversary on Hertel Avenue, in North Buffalo’s Little Italy. The festival or “festa” in Italian, will include local entertainment, bocce, Italian Idol contest, cultural demonstrations, crafts, […]

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Wi-Fi-Enabled Cutting Board Could Change the Way You Cook: Re-posted from Mashable

By Bonnie Wertheim2013-06-25 00:55:57 UTC Over 70 inventors took to the drawing board this spring, jotting down designs that they believed could fix everyday problems for the #GetItDownOnPaper competition. The deadline for submissions was May 27, and scientists at Sharp Laboratories of Europe spent the first week of June evaluating each entry. After shortlisting the three best design ideas from […]

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Salute Small Business Week!

Every year since 1963, the President of the United States has issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week, which recognizes the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year. […]

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Butterwood’s is Back!

If you are from the Western New York region then you should be familiar with Butterwood’s. Can’t remember? Let me refresh your memory. For over a decade, Butterwood’s-located on Main St. in Wiliamsville NY, was the pastry hot spot for all things decadent. The cakes flew off the shelves, the creme brulee was so good I could swim in lake […]

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Ebenezer’s Ale House

While to some, Ebenezer’s Ale House might have approval from Scrooge, with its 20 different micro beers on tap, pub style food, and sparse decor; we are not so sure Marley would approve. Not quite a party in the West Village, the lack of sophistication makes room for the simplicity of Ebenezer’s. It has its own sense of character- Buffalo character! A character […]

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Old Orchard Inn (GF)

Executive chef Jeremy Gryzbowski has been serving up culture and class, seasoned with creativity, at the Old Orchard Inn on Blakeley Rd, East Aurora NY. This hidden gem is so far off the beaten path that I can promise you will be saying “I think we drove past it, we might be lost- turn around.” Having started out as a tea room […]

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Happy New Year!

To all my followers…………… Thank you for continuing to follow my blogs. It means a great deal to me and I wouldn’t be able to continue doing what I love without you. December has been a busy busy month- hense the lack of food reviews. While eating was a top priority (for many of us), so too is my goal […]

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How much do you enjoy Digestion Suggestion? Please nominate!

Hello Everyone! I am trying to get nominated for a writers blog contest that ends in a few weeks. The link below will take you to the site. I would love it if as many of you as possible would nominate your favorite food blog for consideration! The more nominations the better the chances. I appreciate that so many of […]

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Festive Foods For Fall: Betty’s (GF)

It’s that time of year when the steely eyed mammoth’s of the corporate world make a frenzied dash toward the finish line; where the dubious notion of “getting it all done before the holiday’s” seems possible; and where cold’s and germs run ramped. For anyone who hates cold’s as much as I do then you understand me when I say […]

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