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Avant-Garde Cuisine Highlights Mexican Ingredients During The Best of Cocina de Autor Riviera Maya

Mexican cuisine is experiencing a moment of explosive change, and that was apparent during Grand Velas Riviera Maya’s latest culinary festival, Best of Cocina de Autor.

The Wine and Wagyu Returns to Capital Grille

Beginning now until November 19, 2017, The Capital Grille is offering its Wine and Wagyu menu for only $25 dollars in The Lounge. The Wagyu Burger selections are The Grille’s Wagyu Cheeseburger, Caramelized Onion Wagyu, and a Waguy Bacon Cheeseburger. ...

H-E-B Pilots Delivery Across 100 Stores

H-E-B Grocery Co. is piloting a hybrid method for delivering its goods to consumers' homes. The San Antonio-based grocery chain is rolling out the system in nearly 100 of its more than 300 locations, with store employees handpicking orders, bagging ...

Warm Up Fall Meals with Wine

Fall is the perfect time to welcome warm, robust flavors to your kitchen as well as your wine glass. With its bold, spicy, dark fruit flavors, cabernet sauvignon is a perfect wine for crisp fall weather.

10 Things Every Low Income Family Should Know About Open Enrollment For the Affordable Care Act

Open enrollment for healthcare insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) runs from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15. There is good news this year -- 31 states have expanded Medicaid eligibility to low-income adults, so low-income individuals and families who ...

The Caffeine 'detox': How and Why to Cut Back On Your Daily Fix

Are you one of those people who can't get your day started without a cup of coffee?

Jambalaya Suspected Cause of Louisiana Salmonella Outbreak

Scores of people are sick after an outbreak of salmonella poisoning in Louisiana that may have caused the death of one person, according to officials.

Who Is Most At Risk of Breast Cancer?

Like all disease, breast cancer does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, identity or even social status. Still, according to experts, some are at more risk than others.

Why People Call Her "Mama Biscuit" -- And How She Recovered After Getting Cut From a Popular Reality Show

Lesley Riley, founder of Mama Biscuit’s Gourmet Biscuit Company, is so successful that people are now referring to her as "Mama Biscuit" - even though that's not really the name that she goes by. Her gourmet biscuits come in 50 ...

Raising Cane's Donates $1M to Southern University in Announced Partnership

Raising Cane’s presented Southern University with a $1 million donation during an announcement of a partnership between the university and the Baton Rouge-based chicken finger chain.

Chef Carla Hall Brings the Hootie Hoo to Cooking With a Twist

Houston Style Magazine along with 24 Houstonians had a front row seat as Chef Carla Hall of ABC’s The Chew electrified the main room at “Cooking With a Twist “as she gave culinary instructions to each class participant. Chef Dee ...

The Family of Howard E. Butt, Jr. Donates $1 Million to Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group Fund

The family of the late Howard E. Butt, Jr., today announced a $1 million donation to support Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts in the hardest hit areas along the Gulf Coast.

Cook for a Cure

If you love to entertain and want to support a good cause, now you can do both at the same time. Currently, in its 16th year, Cook for the Cure is a program that gives those with a passion for ...

Chronic Conditions More Common in African-Americans

Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke are among the most common causes of illness, disability and death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These chronic conditions and the factors that lead to ...

Even Oprah Had to Fight Depression -- Find Out How She Did It

Many people have the misconception that depression is a white man's disease. It is not. Black people also suffer from depression but are more reluctant to talk about it or seek help. Even billionaire Oprah Winfrey had to overcome depression, ...