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Venice’s Iconic Belmond Hotel Cipriani Is Back! Here’s The 411…

BY TEAM JST Paris has The Ritz, Hong Kong has The Peninsula, and Venice has always had Hotel Cipriani – founded in May of 1985 by Giuseppe Ciprini, who also opened Harry’s Bar in Venice and invented a little cocktail you may have heard of called: the Bellini. SEE ALSO: Jetset Times Guide To Getaway – Paris This […]

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[STAR GALLERY] Who’s Coming To Dinner At Le Cirque?

BY WENDY HUNG Photo courtesy of Le Cirque There’s no question Le Cirque will always possess a soft spot in the heart of my palate. Memories of my very first interview at the legendary restaurant lasted five hours. Literally, five hours. After a heartfelt conversation with Marco Maccioni, who now co-owns Le Cirque with his father, Sirio Maccini (in Tuscany at the […]

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How Can You Check In A Case Of Wine…For Free?

BY TEAM JST Are you a wine lover who is ready for a taste of Oregon’s scenic beauty and terroir? Then you must know that Oregon is a state filled with bottles of award-winning wines. In honor of Oregon Wine Month, the Oregon Wine Board, Travel Oregon and Alaska Airlines have partnered to bring back the […]

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[RECIPE] Bringing Travel Home: Make Your Own Spanish Tortilla

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY One of the best things about travel is food, and what better way to relive the great nom-worthy moments then by bringing your favorite things back into your own kitchen. When I reminisce about my time in Barcelona, I remember having “tortilla” for lunch, dinner, or snack. Spanish tortillas are very different […]

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Baltimore Trend: Chefs Take Off Aprons For Wild Edibles In The Forest

BY TEAM JST Foraging, a growing trend, has chefs taking off their whites, sliding on some boots and heading into the forest in search of wild edibles to showcase in their dishes. Coupled with the push for locally sourced products, foraging hits the mark. A budding restaurant group in Baltimore has a chef that can often be found […]

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Cheers! A Luscious Toast To Wines In 3 Coveted Countries

BY LIZZY MONROE  Wine tasting is one of my favorite activities, but being a college aged student, I rarely get to enjoy wines that cost more than $5.00. Luckily, much of my time abroad has allowed me to enjoy some of the finer wines at much lower prices. Throughout my experiences abroad, I’ve learned that vineyards […]

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Tour Taipei’s Artisan Seafood Market: Addiction

BY WENDY HUNG Remember in Budapest, we recommended all of you to try Central Market Hall? We’re big fans of mashups between fresh ingredients, localized foods, busy assortments all under one roof. If there’s anything Taipei is known for, it’s the unbeatable fresh seafood. Situated between China and Japan, Taiwan is the perfect location to serve […]

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