It’s tough trying to be tough.Take Vladimir Putin for example. Here is a slight but wiry Russian guy who seems to have two different public faces: Rage and threat of rage. Although I have never met the Russian leader, I know I would not want to meet him on his way back from buying a bottle of Stolichnaya, but what can one expect? He is a product of the Cold War, a former leader of the tough-guy KGB secret police. He even owns a well-deserved black belt in the martial art of karate.
Going green is a great way to celebrate spring — by incorporating the color into fresh new dishes.
Lenten meals don’t need to be built around dried beans. They’re only traditional because dried beans and a few root vegetables were the only foods left at winter’s end in the centuries before refrigeration.
When I mentioned to the good people at Range Rover North America that I would be escorting the Duchess of Rutland on a speaking tour of several posh clubs in the Detroit area, they graciously provided one of their brand-new long-wheelbase vehicles...
Consumers are facing the double whammy of rising food prices outstripping wage increases, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
New Orleans, despite its French-Cajun traditions, remains a soup town. And the most ordered soup? Not zarzuela, not gumbo, not turtle, not chicken-andouille.It’s a cup of simple corn soup, appetizer to many a fancy meal downtown.
The razor-sharp pain and burning of a urinary tract infection is often unbearable. While the urgency might send you running to the restroom, what’s even more troubling is that urinary tract infections have a tendency to be recurring.
Florida tourism is at an all-time high this year as people are "snow done" with the long, brutal winter and early spring weather. Airports are overcrowded, and the Marriott Resort Marco Island is no exception. This resort is at full capacity during...
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