‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten’s Favorite Places to Wine and Dine in Paris

Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten made a name for herself in the food world thanks to her Hamptons-inspired recipes and “easy entertaining” style. But, Garten also loves to travel and enjoy food from different countries and cultures. One of her favorite places abroad is Paris. Not only does Garten have an apartment in the City of Lights, she also has favorite places to wine and dine.

Food Network’s ‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten | Mike Smith/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images

Ina Garten’s dream was to have an apartment in Paris

Barefoot Contessa fans know that Garten’s Instagram feed is dominated with posts about food and entertaining. However, she sometimes shares pics of her family – especially her husband, Jeffrey.

When Ina and Jeffrey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2018, she posted some throwback pics of the couple. She also shared the story of how Jeffrey made

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Wander Woman launches website and travel magazine at their virtual third anniversary celebrations

Wander Woman, a community for female travellers, connects and inspires people by arranging regular trips across the globe. The founder, Sabira Mehrin, was one of the winners of the 2020 Diana Award. Their virtual anniversary celebrations concluded on September 21.

The event consisted of panel discussions with renowned personalities including Monsurul Aziz, Head of Brand Marketing, Nagad, Mehruba Reza, Head of TARA, BRAC Bank, Mariam Javed Juhi, Head of City Alo, Mahzabin Ferdous Sharna, Executive Director of Concito PR and CEO of WEDO and Rehnuma Insan, Lawyer and Travel Blogger.

The event was a new step for the group as they launched their website (www.wanderwomanbd.com), following the announcement of their first ever travel magazine, Travelogue. The magazine features stories, suggestions and opinions of female Bangladeshi travelers across the world.

Wander Woman also arranged that flagship entrepreneurial event, Wander Ventures, which showcased unique products and services by the Wander Woman community

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Written exclusively for people who love gourmet travel and exciting flavours, this magazine covers everything from tips for your next foodie getaway, to unusual and exotic

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Aggressor Adventures Honored With 79 Reader’s Choice Awards from Scuba Diving Magazine

Adventure Travel Brand Receives 43% More Votes Than Runner Up

Aggressor Adventures, leading adventure travel company, has been awarded 79 Scuba Diving Magazine 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards with an impressive 34 award lead over the runner up. The publication’s annual Reader’s Choice survey gives thousands of Scuba Diver Magazine subscribers and online users the chance to voice their opinion on their favorite dive destinations operators, liveaboards, sites and more.

“We made a commitment to our customers and our team members during the pandemic; to be recognized by the scuba diving community like this with so many awards validates all the hard work we put in these past six months,” says Aggressor Chairman and CEO Wayne Brown. “I can’t wait to celebrate these awards with our team and honor them for their commitment to exceptional service and providing an adventure of a lifetime to our guests.”

The liveaboards selected for awards

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Wm Brown magazine and its founder celebrate the ‘manly country squire’ lifestyle

I was prepared to dislike Matt Hranek.

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Unemployed in Alabama: A magazine editor-in-chief shares her story

  • The Unemployed States of America takes readers deep inside the decimated American workforce.
  • Julia Sayers Gokhale is a 29-year-old magazine editor-in-chief based in Birmingham, Alabama.
  • She lost her job at Birmingham Magazine in May when the publication suspended operations and let the entire staff go.
  • Now, she’s living paycheck to paycheck on $275 a week in unemployment and worried about finding another full-time role.
  • This is Julia Sayers Gokhale’s story, as told to freelance writer Nick Dauk.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

After graduating from Elon University with a degree in print and online journalism, I moved to Birmingham in 2013 to accept an editorial fellowship with Oxmoor House. I then became an associate editor for Cooking with Paula Deen Magazine before being offered a role as associate editor at Birmingham Magazine in 2015. Accepting that job was the best decision I ever made.

Within two years, I

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Eat, Drink And Be Murphy: Murder, mystery and meals – News – MPNnow

Sodus Point author Karen Shughart showcases her love of food and writing in her latest mystery, ‘Murder in the Cemetery”

SODUS POINT — Karen Shughart once wrote of a trip to Philadelphia and the high tea she and the manager of the Four Seasons Hotel shared. Another of her stories involved a trip to Tarpon Springs, Florida, and focused on its Greek fishing village and the places she dined.

For another piece, Shughart wrote of a gourmet group who convened under a canopy on a summer afternoon, and the meal with wine pairings all enjoyed.

And later on, Shughart, who for a time ran a Chamber of Commerce in Pennsylvania, authored a cookbook featuring the recipes and stories of historic bed and breakfasts in Pennsylvania.

Clearly, Shughart had free rein to pursue stories she liked.

“I love to cook and so it was natural for me to write about food,”

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Spanish cuisine: what to expect from Spanish food when on holiday

Most of us have a favourite dish from Spain’s rich platter. Ben Gibson delves into the wonderfully-varied world of Spanish food and drink.

Eating in Spain is an institution. It reflects the lifestyle and goes hand-in-hand with their family values – it’s long been the Spanish way to enjoy communal dining with large groups of family and friends. The climate has also influenced their eating habits, not only the food they eat and produce, but also the nature of those long days, with meals often lingering into the early hours.

A variety of ingredients

Spain is a big country – more than twice the size of the UK – and the foods are every bit as varied as the contrasting landscapes. But there are typical ingredients. Cured ham, olives and olive oil, fresh fish and seafood, pulses, game, sausages, garlic and seasonal vegetables combine to make up the country’s diverse

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‘Dallas is a bona fide Laotian food destination,’ says travel mag

According to Condé Nast Traveler, Laotian food is one of Texas’ most alluring cuisines. An online article called “50 States, 50 Cuisines: The Food Worth Traveling For in Every State” credits Dallas as our state’s Laotian hotspot.

a bowl of food on a plate: Mee Katee noodles are served at the Khao Noodle Shop, a tiny spot in East Dallas where chef Donny Sirisavath is making exciting dishes based on the Lao food of his childhood.

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Mee Katee noodles are served at the Khao Noodle Shop, a tiny spot in East Dallas where chef Donny Sirisavath is making exciting dishes based on the Lao food of his childhood.

None of Texas’ other major cities are mentioned in the blurb, other than to say that “Lao food plays a big role in [Dallas’] current status as a food city after sitting in the shadow of Houston and Austin for years.” Maybe that’s a back-handed compliment. Maybe it’s true?

The article mentions Khao Noodle Shop, a Laotian restaurant that got lots of deserved attention when it opened in late 2018. It’s located in East

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Ele.me to give customers option to wait longer for food deliveries after backlash over risky conditions for riders

a person riding a motorcycle down a street: A Ele.me delivery driver waits to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa

A Ele.me delivery driver waits to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa

Chinese food delivery giant Ele.me said on Tuesday that it will launch a function that allows customers to indicate whether they are willing to wait up to 10 minutes longer for their deliveries in response to public backlash over the treatment of couriers.

On Monday, Chinese magazine Renwu published an investigation that found that many riders violate traffic laws and risk their lives to meet ever-shortening delivery windows.

The move comes after an investigative story by Chinese magazine Renwu that went viral on Monday, garnering over 1 million views on Chinese super app WeChat soon after it was published.

The report, based on interviews with over 30 delivery riders from Ele.me and Meituan Dianping – which collectively dominate 90 per cent of the food delivery market in

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