NYCWFF burger
Morgan Gibson

The 10 Best Things We Ate at the New York Wine & Food Festival

Originally posted 10/20/2014 06:08PM

This weekend we ate ourselves through the New York City Wine & Food Festival (better known as NYCWFF). The four-day food extravaganza featured dozens of events, hundreds of chefs, thousands of dishes and it’s safe to say that we will never be hungry again.
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Bieber/Puck at Spago
Courtesy Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber Cooks with Wolfgang Puck at Spago in L.A.

Originally posted 10/16/2014 11:53AM

Justin Bieber may have found a back-up career if he ever retires from music.
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Ants on Tuna Ceviche
Courtesy Eater

Jet Blue’s New Cricket Granola Bars, Plus 5 Other Insect-Filled Foods

Originally posted 10/15/2014 03:08PM

Edible insects have been in the news a lot lately. And if you haven’t tried them yet, it’s time to hop to it.
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FILED UNDER: Food , Food News , Halloween , Restaurants

Napa Valley Winery
Courtesy Andrea Lavinthal

What You Should Eat, See and Do in Napa Valley

Originally posted 10/15/2014 02:57PM

Hi, Great Ideas readers! I’m Andrea Lavinthal, PEOPLE’s Style and Beauty Director. When I’m not covering breaking news (in my world, that means a celebrity just debuted their new haircut on Instagram) or obsessing over the latest red carpet looks (did you see what Reese wore last night?!), you can find me enjoying a glass of Sauvignon Blanc at home. And I recently had the pleasure of visiting the home of my favorite beverage, Napa Valley.
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FILED UNDER: Restaurants , Travel , Wine

Starbucks Cup Art
Courtesy Facebook via Soo Min Kim

PHOTOS: Artist Turns Starbucks Cups into Works of Art

Originally posted 10/15/2014 11:42AM

She is the shining green symbol of Big Caffeine, yet so omnipresent that our subconscious sometimes renders her invisible: We’re talking, of course, about the Starbucks mermaid.
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McDonalds Hamburger
Courtesy McDonald’s

VIDEO: See How McDonald’s Hamburgers Are Made

Originally posted 10/14/2014 01:37PM

Have you ever questioned what’s really in a fast food burger? And after those stories about “pink slime” chicken, we don’t blame you.
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FILED UNDER: Burgers , Food , Food News , Restaurants

Kids Eat at Restaurant Daniel
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Watch Second-Grade Kids Eat a Fancy, Seven-Course Tasting Menu

Originally posted 10/11/2014 05:46PM

Just two months after a four-year-old gave a passionate review of The French Laundry, The New York Times has also jumped on the bringing-kids-to-fancy-restaurants bandwagon, sending six second graders to the acclaimed Daniel in Manhattan.
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President Obama White Street NYC
Daniel Krieger; Inset: Earl Gibson III/Getty

See What Top Chef Masters Champ Floyd Cardoz Is Cooking for President Obama

Originally posted 10/07/2014 04:41PM

You would think that having the President of the United States, the First Lady and 250 guests over for dinner would make any chef really nervous. Well, not if you’re White Street N.Y.C.’s executive chef Floyd Cardoz.
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Man Visits His 11,000th Starbucks
You Tube

This Guy Has Spent $100,000 Trying to Hit Every Starbucks in the World

Originally posted 10/03/2014 12:21PM

Think you’ve got a bad Starbucks habit? Meet the guy who, to date, has visited 11,733 locations of the mega coffee chain.

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Jordin Sparks Cubbys
Tibrina Hobson/FilmMagic; Courtesy Cubby’s Barbeque

Jordin Sparks’s Break-Up Diet: Barbecue Ribs

Originally posted 10/02/2014 06:19PM

Forget the pint of ice cream: Jordin Sparks‘s go-to comfort food is an order of barbecued ribs.
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