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It's not uncommon to see rabbits (lapin) on a French menu. The one you should definitely try is "lapin a la cocotte" - French rabbit stew. It's slow-cooked with lots of flavors combined from onions, garlic, beef broth, red wine...etc. The taste of rabbit meat is lean, rich, and immensely delicious.

22 Foods You Should Be Dying To Devour In Paris

BY WENDY HUNG Traveling to Paris, or any parts of France for that matter, is a foodie’s paradise. You want to take the time and enjoy all that French cuisine has to offer. Gastronomy-style, outdoor bistrots, a neighborhood pastry shop; any of these eateries will provide a chance to discover your new favorite food. SEE […]

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M Grill Los Angeles restaurant interior

An Unlikely Taste Of Brazil In Los Angeles

BY NADIA CHO If you haven’t been there already, you’re about to be let in on one of the most unique dining experiences in Los Angeles. M Grill is an amazing Brazilian churasscaria tucked away in a second floor building in the middle on Koreatown. Despite its arbitrary location, this steak house is an upscale, classy […]

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Sushi Nakazawa NYC

40 Restaurants In L.A. & NYC Serving Japanese Food You’d Fly To Tokyo For

BY TEAM JST Photo: Sushi Nakazawa, NYC Oishii! If you didn’t know, that means “delicious” in Japanese. And that’s what you’ll say after devouring all the Japanese food you can get in both L.A. and NYC this November! To promote Tokyo as a delectable destination for today’s stylish foodies like yourself, Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) is launching […]

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Milk Los Angeles

L.A. Destinations: 5 Sweet Spots That Will Give You A Sugar Rush

BY DAWN FLEMING 1. Bottega Louie 700 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017 (map, website) If you’re looking for a Parisian escape, Bottega Louie will make you feel like you’re sitting in a little patisserie near the Seine. They have everything from tiramisu, crème brulée, fruit tarts, macarons, and gelato. You can stop by […]

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Day of the Dead Decoration

DIY Sugar Skulls To Celebrate The Day Of The Dead

BY JERRY LEON The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a Mexican holiday that takes place every year from October 31st to November 2nd. Traditionally celebrated throughout Mexico (though more commonly celebrated in the central and southern regions of Mexico), the holiday serves to honor the memory of loved ones passed […]

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Chermoula is used to coat fish or seafood for grilling or baking. The gorgeous flavor comes from the fusion of: herbs, oil, lemon juice, pickled lemons, garlic, cumin, and salt. Sometimes, you'll also taste: onion, coriander, ground chili peppers, black pepper, and saffron.

12 Heavenly Foods You Must Try In Morocco

BY WENDY HUNG When I went to Morocco years ago, I ate like a pig then suffered big time afterwards (Yuck! Stomach problems aren’t fun in the middle of the Sahara desert!) But I couldn’t resist the vibrant flavors, all those herbs and spices infused in Moroccan cuisine. Every street vendor smelled like heaven, hence […]

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Woodrose Winery Texas Austin

This Fall, Head To Texas Hill Country, AKA: The New Napa

BY KATIE HABIG As the leaves start to change and swimsuits are swapped for infinity scarves, everyone in the US is celebrating the start of fall. An activity that may not be on your bucket list but should be is visiting a winery. Wineries combine some of my favorite things: road trips, learning new things, […]

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