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The third Seaboard Seafood Festival will take place Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Petersburg Museum of History.
If you’re planning to entertain at home this holiday season, you’d be wise to bear in mind the words of Julia Child: “Never apologize. Never explain.”
Not long after Dosunco opened for business on Kennedy Boulevard, the ramen shop experienced a power failure. Half the lights were out, and the air conditioner stopped working.
After all the beer festivals over the past few months, you might think things would slow down for the holiday season. Not so. Over the next three weeks, the beer scene calendar is crammed full, much to the delight of the Beer Knights.
Many of you might remember the ‘80s television show “MacGyver,” about a ruggedly handsome hero who I considered the poster boy for resourcefulness. He could repurpose chocolate bars and paper clips into conventional weapons.
NEW YORK — It’s the Dollar Menu, take two.
The secret to creating award-winning ribs is in a good dry rub and the smoking process, says a grill master who has won many awards at the annual Ribfest in downtown St. Petersburg.
TAMPA — Add that run to the liquor store to the list of pesky chores that can now be handled on a mobile device or on the web in Tampa.
The boom in craft beer breweries in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area has resulted in a boom in beer festivals such as the inaugural Big Tampa Beerfest Friday and Saturday at the Tampa Convention Center.
As you can probably guess, I take Thanksgiving very seriously. It’s a holiday literally centered around feasting, and if I had my say there would be a Thanksgiving every month.
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