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Eat Well Archives - Page 6 of 11 - The Cultureur | For the Modern Global Citizen

Caffeinated in California: 3 Favorite Coffee Shops in Orange County

September 17, 2013
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It’s a sad state of affairs when it comes to gourmet coffee in Orange County. Want a Starbucks frappuccino? No problem, you’ll find one on just about corner of every block. But Starbucks coffee can hardly be considered gourmet coffee, and oh yes, I […]

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The Best Waffle in Brussels…

September 10, 2013
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is the Liège waffle at Dandoy, a traditional, family-owned Belgian biscuiterie that dates back to 1829. You’ll see the word gaufre everywhere, but before you think you’re ordering the wrong item, just know it’s the word for waffle in French. The Li […]

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The Best Apfelstrudel in Berlin…

July 29, 2013
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awaits you at Augustiner am Gendarmenmarkt, a Bavarian-style restaurant in the charming upscale Gendarmenmarkt area near Friedrichstraβe. Typically from Vienna, Apfelstrudel is a dessert that consists of a cinnamon-spiced apple filling encrusted in layers of flaky pastry pieces and topped with creamy […]

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The Best Cupcakes in Beverly Hills…

July 22, 2013
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await you at Sprinkles, a small cupcake parlor near Rodeo Drive in the heart of the city. The sugary goodness that has been the beloved of America for more than 100 years has expanded its popularity worldwide, but when in Beverly Hills, don’t go anywhere else but […]

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[Review] Hornblower Cruises’ Champagne Brunch in Newport Beach, California

July 12, 2013
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The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. | Marcel Proust

Hornblower Cruises — As I ascended the spiral staircase of the 140-feet Endless Dreams luxury yacht at Newport Harbor, I watched people behind me usher flowers and presents […]

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[Guest Post] The Birth and Demise of Authenticity

July 4, 2013
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INDIA gave the world the chicken.  The Portuguese gave India the potato and chili pepper.  For thousands of years, fantastic exchanges have taken place in the South Asian cuisine and these days those changes appear to be driven by travelers unable to ignore the allure of this beautiful […]

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Deconstructed! A Guide to the 1st Arrondissement in Paris

April 22, 2013
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Deconstructed! is a new series of posts that breaks down select urban centers by their individual areas and offers recommendations for hotels, restaurants, bars, landmarks, insider’s tips, and hidden gems for each. Stemming from the kinds of questions I often receive, I wanted to create […]

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Top 5 *Indian* Food Musts in New Delhi

April 2, 2013
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Indian food in the Indian capital? You don’t say.

Jokes aside, with the recent explosion of international dining options and fusion restaurants in New Delhi, traditional Indian food seems to have taken a back seat. But when I’m traveling to another country, I expect loads of […]

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[Recipe] 6 Drool-inducing, Soul-satisfying, Life-altering Cocktails

March 20, 2013
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Who doesn’t love a good cocktail?? Well, if you don’t, then you should probably stop here, close the screen, and know that we can’t be friends. No, seriously.
There’s very little a good caipirinha or dirty martini can’t fix, and […]

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Wired in the Windy City: 3 Favorite Coffee Shops in Chicago

March 20, 2013
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In a report, carried out by the website Bundle, that analyzes what cities spend the most money on coffee, Chicago, time and time again, undoubtedly tops the charts, bagging the title of America’s most caffeinated city. And that brings me to the point that if […]

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