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Dining@LargeI can't figure out what got into guest poster Bucky today. I was expecting a good ole boy take on, say, summer grilling, and look at the fascinating facts he came up with. Here's Bucky. EL Have you ever been......
Dining@LargeAre you ready for some buzzwords? (Sorry, my family watches a lot of Monday Night Football.)Here are, as promised, the 25 buzzwords from international restaurant consultants Joseph Baum & Michael Whiteman Co. Now don't go telling me there are more......
Reality CheckBucky reports on last night's Amazing Race, which is zooming to its close. (Also, yes, this photo is from last week's episode, but it was the most recent I could find, and the set up team shots are getting old):The......
Reality CheckKelly admits she messed up on the last challenge, calling it a "fatal error" even though clearly it wasn't because she's still here. On pea-gate, Alex says he had no idea that Ed had a pea puree. Meanwhile, Ed says......
Rick Steves' EuropeOn my last visit to Toledo, it seemed holier than ever: Dark El Greco clouds threatened overhead, stark against bright, clear horizons. Hail pelted the masses of people clogging the streets as they awaited the Good Friday procession. A look back at my...
Tags: Travel, Bars and Clubs, Arts, Good Friday, Tourism and Leisure
Frozen spheres of cheese. Ham-wrapped baguettes containing exactly nothing. An air-filled foam of carrot that still manages to taste like the most intense carrot you've ever eaten. Part museum exhibit, part history retrospective, Next's latest menu, El...
William PfaffPARIS -- It is not simply the euro zone that is threatened by the dramatic economic discrepancies that now exist among its members, as well as the large indebtedness gap that exists between the southern members of the zone and the German-led bloc of...
WASHINGTON -- For most Americans, Europe is out of sight and out of mind. We figure that the worst of its debt crisis has passed. Italy has a new government. To mute social unrest, some countries are slightly relaxing austerity policies. The European...
Not content to just sell us books, lawn implements, baseball bats, printers, devices to read books on, bar tools, printer paper, used printers, ink cartridges, used ink cartridges and automobile floor mats — did I miss anything? — Amazon is...
The prospect of losing money in a bank savings account was once considered unthinkable, but the possibility sent Americans into a panic in the 2008 financial crisis, and the threat recently surfaced anew. This time the focus is on European banks and the...
When Javier Fernandez finished his free skate at the European Championships last month, having landed three clean quadruple jumps, a Spanish TV commentator spent the next minute uttering a stream of "bravos." "I am speechless," the commentator said amid...
Tags: Human Interest, Ice Skating, Japan, Yu-Na Kim
What's a Slovenian with several hundred thousand euros in the bank supposed to do? Spread it out among at least a few different banks, that's what. Or move the money out of the country, while it's still possible. Imagine what must be on the minds of...
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