Join me as I travel to Beaches Turks and Caicos! The water i
Join me as I travel to Beaches Turks and Caicos! The water i
Join me as I travel to Beaches Turks and Caicos! The water is turquoise and the palm trees are waving in the breeze! Please enjoy all my videos of my adventures at Beaches Resorts: Video : Welcome to Beaches Turks and Caicos !
I ate Italian lunch at Marios where you can order linguini alfredo off the menu or sample the buffet. At Beaches Resorts, you can dine with your Sesame Street friends and watch them dance in the show at night!
Make sure to eat at least one meal at Barefoot with your toes in the sand!
Everything at Beaches Resorts is included! You can have your wedding, enjoy scuba diving, kayak, paddle board and eat at any of the twenty restaurants. The drinks are included and there is no tipping!
While I was there, Chef Phil Vickery was filming for his show so I got to have a selfie with him and watch their production team!
My butler, Jomo, brought me to my suite. I loved my home away from home almost as much as the greeting when I arrived. When you check in at Beaches Resorts, they tell you: “Welcome home!”
My balcony overlooked the pool at Italian village. I loved having a desk, dining table, living room and kitchen. My favorite part was the afternoon snacks and evening dessert treats left by Jomo and Harrold.
There are many programs for kids of all ages and many Sandals and Beaches Resorts to consider.
As the sun set, I wandered over to the Beach party! Please see my next video for the Sesame Street party with Zoe and her friends!
This resort is beautiful and has so many villages to explore. I cannot wait to try the restaurants and watch more live shows. This is my first time at a Beaches resort. I went to my first Sandals Resort in Montego Bay in February 2019.
Elanor and I loved dining at Le Petit Chateau for fine French cuisine! Remember you have over twenty dining options, eat by a pool, in your room, at a buffet or at an adults’ only restaurant. The choice is yours and it is ALL included!
Video: Sesame Street Beach Party at Treasure Beach
Join me at Treasure Beach for the Sesame Street Beach Party at Beaches Turks and Caicos April 26 2019!
On Friday nights, watch all your favorite characters dance on stage, do the limbo and come into the crowd for hugs!
Sesame Street characters can be found at breakfast, the Manager’s cocktail party and at special events at Camp Sesame! I loved having my photo with Zoe! Who do you want a picture with?
I like the way that Grover dances! Who is your favorite?
Video : 3 What is there to do at Beaches Turks and Caicos ?
What activities will you choose at Beaches Turks and Caicos?
I love Scuba diving! I went on the 8am two tank boat to Grace Bay. Please see my other videos of our dives!
What can you do in the water? At Beaches, it is all included: the pools, non motorized water sports like sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding, 2 dives a day and the Waterpark! Take a ride on the glass bottom boat or on the catamaran!
Do you want to take a class? When you are ten years old you can learn to dive! There is also discover scuba diving and Snuba!
For lunch, I went to Key West Village and ate at Bayside which had a buffet. Next door is Neptune’s where you order off a menu. Upstairs is Sky Rooftop Restaurant which is open for breakfast and dinner. The resort is beautifully maintained and I loved watching them make my sushi at Bayside!
There are hammocks, beach chairs and so many pools! Where will you begin?
Jomo, my butler, made me a reservation and escorted me to Bombay for Indian food. If you eat there during the day, it is Dino’s pizzeria which is very tasty too. I loved having Nan bread and curries. After dinner, I stopped at Cricketer’s where you can eat pub food and play pool. Outside of Sky restaurant, there is live music at night under the stars.
When I got back to my room, I had towel animals and dessert waiting for me on my dining room table. I am having the best time at Beaches Turks and Caicos and cannot wait to go diving again!
Video : Diving Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos with Beaches Resorts
I loved diving at Grace Bay with Beaches Turks and Caicos. Captain Lancelot and Divemaster Mark both gave briefings that were very complete and it was clear that safety is a priority on all Beaches Resorts dives! It is only about a ten minute boat ride and the conditions were great! I wore a shortie dive suit and I was very comfortable.
At Cathedral, we saw sharks, porcupine fish, only 2 lion fish, several angel fish, trumpet fish and a really big shark twice. We also saw box fish. I just LOVED being in the water! They have a dive master for every ten divers and they were training a team member on our boat. I was very impressed with all of the dive staff.
Our second dive was at Piranaha cove, we saw more sharks, a turtle with three fins and a gigantic barracuda. I saw a golden spotted moray eel and at least five nudibranchs. I definitely did not want to get out of the water! Diving Beaches Turks and Caicos April 27 2019
Please see all of my video adventures at Beaches Turks and Caicos: Part 2 and Part 3
10 Foodie Places Along Keong Saik Road You’ll Return For When You’re Feelin’ Fancy
The Chinatown area is known for its good food, especially the various hawkers and eateries that allow you to enjoy delicious grub at affordable prices. Nearby lies Keong Saik Road, which is slightly further away from all the hustle and bustle. This hip area was once a red light district, but not anymore.
It is now home to various establishments, from bars to bistros and restaurants. I have to admit, these places are pricier than usual. Hence, I decided to go on a hunt to find 10 places along Keong Saik Road that’ll make you want to return when you’re feelin ‘ fancy . These places serve great food that’s well worth your money! 1. Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant
I’m sure most of us know Man Man Unagi . After all, they are known for their snaking queues, with eager diners in line to get their freshly imported char-grilled eels.
The Hitsumabushi (S$26.80+) is meant to be eaten in three different portions, each portion serving an alternate and unique way to enjoy unagi . You can have your eel and rice with spring onions and nori , grated wasabi and sauces or dashi stock.
The unagi is char-grilled perfectly, with its crispy skin and tender white flesh. It was so flavourful, and perfectly seasoned with heavy notes of saltiness and sweetness.
Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant: 1 Keong Saik Road, #01-01, Singapore 089109 | Tel: +65 6222 0678 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook 2. Olivia Restaurant & Lounge
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge caught my eye as the rustic vibe of the place was very encapsulating. Serving Barcelonian-inspired food, I was very intrigued.
Their Homemade “Catalunya” Lobster-Avocado Roll (S$25) sounded more Japanese than Barcelonian just by its name. However, it was served with roe and caviar for a Barcelonian touch. It was light and refreshing; a perfect appetiser that I would definitely return for.
The Japanese Tuna Cheek With “Marmitako” Sauce (S$35) is one unique main I’ve never tried before. It was a delightful, sweet and flaky fish that complemented the sauce perfectly. I personally am not a fan of tuna but this was done so well.
Those who know me know I love desserts in general, but this was on a whole other level. Olivia’s Creamy Homemade Cheesecake (S$14 per slice, S$80 for a whole pie) was the best cheesecake I’ve had. Look how oozy the centre is. The creaminess was juxtaposed by the buttery crisp crust. It was surprisingly light on the palate too.
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-03 Singapore 089158 | Tel: +65 6221 0522 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2pm & 6pm – 10pm (Tue to Thurs), 11.30am – 2pm & 6pm till late (Fri & Sat) | Website | Facebook | Instagram 3. Butcher Boy
Serving up Asian fusion food, Butcher Boy is not a place to be missed. They pride themselves to be a grill and bar, with the concept of social dining and communal food sharing.
With a twist on traditional dishes, we got the Fried Chicken, Yuzu Kosho, Kewpie, Bao (S$18). The bao was soft and fluffy, which paired well with the buttermilk fried chicken. It was crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside. The tangy onion sauce and kick from the chilli pepper helped to cut through the richness with extra flavour.
Of course, we had to get their Black Angus Tender Valley Rib Eye (S$42 for 250g) as our main. The beef was grilled nicely with a delightful pink centre just the way I like it. The light char on the exterior gave it a light touch of smokiness.
It also came with five different types of sauces: Sambal, Black Pepper, Vietnamese, XO Sauce and Yuzu Bearnaise. Each sauce is made to give a different flavour profile, just to further elevate the dining experience. Butcher Boy: 31 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089138 | Tel: +65 6221 6833 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon to Wed, Sat), 12pm – 3pm & 5pm – 12am (Thurs & Fri), 12pm – 9.30pm (Sun) | Website | Facebook 4. Wine & Chef
This is one of my personal favourite places to have a meal whenever I’m feeling like a fancy meal. Wine & Chef serves up delicious yet modestly priced food here. Most of their dishes also come with a wine pairing, if you’re intending to have a drink.
The Scallop Capellini (S$28++) was not only aesthetically pleasing but packed full of flavour too. Every mouthful I had was a burst of umami , from savoury ikura and furikake to the sweet pomegranate seeds. I appreciated how fresh and juicy the Hokkaido scallops were too.
If pasta is not your thing and you prefer something more local, the Pork Roulade (S$24++) would be perfect. Slow roasted for an entire day, the pork was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The sides of polenta, broccolini and a char went together well in complementing the savoury richness of the pork.
Wine & Chef: 7 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089115 | Tel: +65 6221 9279 | Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun | Facebook 5. Taratata Bistrot
If you are into more European cuisine such as French food, Taratata Bistrot is the place for you. This bistro serves up quality and authentic food in a lovely ambience that is reminiscent of a fine dining restaurant.
We went for the Seared Tuna with Sarawak Pepper, Pesto, Tapenade & Poached Egg (S$18 a la carte) as our appetiser. I loved how the tuna was perfectly seared with a beautiful pink centre. It was fresh with no fishy aftertaste and complemented the pepper crust well.
It was a bonus that the yolk was perfectly runny too, adding a touch of richness to the dish.
For mains, we decided to go with the Coq Au Vin (S$36 a la carte), which came with a whole chicken leg and stewed vegetables. It was hearty and comforting, and I liked the addition of red wine which enhanced this modest chicken dish.
Taratata Bistrot: 35A Keong Saik Road, 089142 | Tel: +65 6221 4506 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 12am (Tues to Fri), 5.30pm – 12am (Sat), 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Sun), Closed on Mon | Website 6. Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar
If you love French food, here’s another place that is worth visiting, Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar . It’s relatively new to the Keong Saik ‘hood but was pretty crowded by 7pm which said something. They had a homely vibe to them, which I really liked. Featured: 10 Restaurants In Singapore To Save Up To 64% Off! Till 7 July
Of course, since I was in a French bistro, I had to try out their Escargots de Bourgogne (S$15 for six, S$29 for 12). But unlike those where you have to remove them from their shells, this was already done. In fact, it was coated in a buttery pastry shell, then drizzled with a sauce made of garlic and butter parsley. It was something different, yet so good.
We decided to try out the Classic Beef Bourguignon (S$32), which was served in red wine sauce and mashed potato. The mash was silky smooth yet airy, which made it so easy to eat. The red wine sauce was also not too rich, just enough to add more flavour and not overwhelming.
Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar: 25 Keong Saik Road, #01-01, Singapore 089132 | Tel: +65 6909 8120 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon), 12pm – 12am (Tue to Fri), 5pm – 12am (Sat), Closed on Sun | Website | Facebook | Instagram 7. The Guild
The Guild is one of the many bars along Keong Saik, with not only 19 craft beers on tap but unique beer grub too.
Their General Tso’s Frog Legs (S$14) is a twist on the usual buffalo wings. They are fried then coated with a soy-ginger-garlic-chilli mixture. It had a myriad of flavours that was tantalising.
If you prefer something more classic, the Mac n’ Cheese (S$18) is equally delightful. The house-cured egg yolk gave a depth of creaminess that was rich and appetising.
The Guild: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-01, Singapore 089158 | Tel: +65 6224 1262 | Opening Hours: 6pm – 12am (Wed to Sun), Closed on Mon & Tues | Website Facebook | Instagram 8. Pasta Bar
Pasta is one of those dishes that are offered at most eateries. However, what sets Pasta Bar apart is that they have an open-concept dining space so diners can watch the chef cook up their pasta. Helmed by Chef Alessandro Giustetti from Genova, the pasta here is unlike any other.
The Reginette (S$30++) is a flat pasta with wavy curls along the side. The cream-based sauce had a distinct earthiness from the mushrooms used, with a crunch from the pine nuts. The pasta was cooked al dente , and the sauce adhered to its curls well.
The rabbit meat in the pasta was shredded to maintain its juiciness with a subtle sweetness. Although it was slightly gamey, the prominent rosemary notes did help to mask it.
If you’re not a meat lover, the Lagane (S$28++) is a perfect vegan option. Topped with chickpeas, the pasta was drizzled with spicy garlic oil which was very fragrant indeed. It complemented the mild and buttery cream sauce.
Pasta Bar: 55 Keong Saik Road, #01-05, Singapore 089158 | Tel: +65 6222 0627 | Opening Hours: 6pm – 11pm (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon | Website 9. Thevar
Thevar serves up extremely unique modern Indian food, nothing like I’ve ever tried before, and I love it.
These may look like ordinary spring rolls, but they are anything but. The Mutton Kheema Roll, Min Sauce (S$8) was aromatic and packed full of spice. The mutton filling was not too gamey and complemented the house-made mint sauce which was smoky yet refreshing on the palate.
We also tried the thosai , which is something I would usually get when I’m having Indian food. This Mackerel Dosai, Tomato Chutney (S$14) completely blew me away. The thosai was soft and thin, packed with flaky mackerel in a tangy tomato chutney. It tasted so delicate and exquisite, I would come back again just for this.
Another favourite of mine was the Butter Mushroom Naan, Paneer Cheese (S$16). This dish had an intense earthiness from the mushrooms, with a smoky and rich aftertaste. I appreciated that the naan wasn’t overly thick, which complemented the sauce without being too heavy on the palate.
Thevar: 9 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089117 | Tel: +65 6904 0838 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun | Website | Facebook | Instagram 10. Potato Head Folk
Last but definitely not least, Potato Head Folk . I personally really love burgers, so this is one of my favourites places.
I decided to go for something a lil’ fiery and tried Burning Man (S$24) . It was a 150g prime beef patty served with jalapeno relish. Well, they are not kidding. It really packed a punch, and nailed its flavour profile. The beef patty was grilled to perfection as well; lightly charred on the outside and juicy on the inside.
If you are not a fan of beef or any meat, they got you covered too. The Impossible Dream (S$27) was so tasty, where the XO mayo and onion marmalade bounded all the flavours together perfectly. The Impossible patty was so juicy, I was pretty blown away that it wasn’t meat.
Potato Head Folk: 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143 | Tel: +65 6327 1939 | Opening Hours: 11am – 1am (Tues to Thurs, Sun), 11am – 2am (Fri & Sat), Closed on Mon | Website | Facebook | Instagram
There are many more delicious places to visit along Keong Saik Road. I’ve only managed to skim the surface. Surrounding Keong Saik Road also has tons of amazing options, not limited to only food.
If you are searching for a place to hold a celebration, or just to treat yourself, this guide will come in handy. What’s your favourite place to go when you’re feelin’ fancy?
July 8, 2019
One of Dubai’s most admired destinations, the pulsating Byzantium Lounge at Taj Dubai is named after a rich dark tone of the color purple. This color was earlier used historically by royalty and can be seen generously splashed in the interiors of the lounge. Giving a dramatic look to the gold and black peacock panel, the lounge offers an ideal meeting point for those who are looking to enjoy a decadent afternoon tea, or cocktail connoisseurs who want to sample signature concoctions and canapés.
Chef Vikas Milhoutra began his professional career at the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai. After travelling the world, working with Taj in Goa, Maldives, London and most recently Taj Santa Cruz, Mumbai, he recently joined Taj Dubai as Executive Chef where he will oversee all food related operations for the hotel’s restaurants, banqueting and in-room dining Vikas Milhoutra newly appointed Executive Chef at Taj Dubai. A hardcore Mumbaikar Vikas Milhoutra who has been associated both locally and globally, he has recently joined Taj Dubai as Executive Chef, a place where he would continue the high culinary standards with the freedom to work on the menus. Diners can relish and indulge in anything from Indian to World cuisine. Chef will oversee all food related operations including banqueting, in-room dining, Byzantium Lounge, Tesoro, Treehouse, Eloquent Elephant and the award winning Bombay Brasserie. The restaurant serves dishes such as Peking duck, that requires a great amount of skill of all cooking techniques to get it perfect. A cuisine that requires perfection. His secret great food is to understand his ingredients, know his guest’s taste, perfect the cooking techniques and always go by instincts.
With close to hundred hotels located in more than 55 destinations, spread over 16 countries, Taj Hotels offers an unforgettable experience. Taj Palace Dubai offers an ultimate indulgence with Taj hospitality and unmatched luxury at the heart of Deira’s commercial and business district. The hotel is located 15 minutes drive from Dubai International Airport and Dubai Convention Centre.
Taj Palace Dubai offers five-star accommodation, premium dining options, relaxing Taj Spa, recreation and fitness facilities along with conference and exhibition spaces. Located close to the hotel, guests will find much to see and do including Arabian shopping bazaars, cultural centres, museums and more.
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how to organize Indian spice cabinet – Pantry Ideas
Kitchen Pantry Ideas- An organized spice cabinet is half the secret of a tasty dish, and a happy cook. In my youtube videos So many of you have asked me to share how I keep my kitchen so organised and cleaned. So, I am sharing all about How I organize my spice Cabinet and spice drawer and store spices in spice containers. Plus few more Indian Pantry ideas. Organizing a kitchen, and more importantly organizing the spice cabinet or spice drawer isn’t as easy as it sounds. Believe it or not, spices are really hard to organize especially when those tiny bottles always roll down and get knocked over every single time when you decide to cook! I know how extremely annoying that can be. Fortunately, we have taken the load off you. In this post I have pen down the tips that will help you with best way to organize your spice cabinet in inexpensive way. So, if you have longed for the Pinterest-worthy spice cabinet, and looking forward to ending the mini spice-war every time you start cooking a recipe. These tips will help you become a Pro at how to organize your spice cabinet Take Everything Out The first step to organising your spice cabinet is by removing everything. Yes, take out the spices from the drawer, cabinet, cupboard or shelves and keep them on the counter or a table. If you have mismatched bottles then prior to taking the inventories out of the cabinet buy/order transparent, uniform containers to transfer the spices. Not that is a must but similar looking containers look pretty and easy to stack and place. Especially if it is a spice drawer that you are working on. Taking everything out and take note of what you are storing? Which of the spices you have not used and have expired? Don’t be surprised to find more than 2 bottles of the same spice cluttered inside the drawer. I always find some duplicate spice jars hidden in the back row How to Choose Right Spice Storage Containers Using the right spice storage container is very important. When you are planning for make over or re- arrange spice cabinet, consider investing in good spice storage containers that you can to store spices and condiments. As I said above, I like to keep things pretty so this time I discarded all original packings (Mismatched containers) and got myself new storage containers for spices at Amazon.( I am linking them here) in case you want to buy them. However, it is shocking to that most organising experts advice against discarding mismatched spice containers as far as functionality is concerned. But for me , “pretty” was not fitting in that case so I bought a few similar ones. But if you are short on budget then regardless of how tempting and pretty fancy jars look like, avoid them if they are too difficult to use in day-to-day life. Convenience of everyday combined with aesthetics is the main key. Containers to store Spices Spices tend to lose their flavor over time so don’t hesitate dumping old spices to free up space for the ones that you actually use. When you have taken everything out, transfer the spices in transparent containers. For ease, buy the bottles or jars that have a head to fit a teaspoon or a tablespoon! If you find duplicates of spices then transfer them in the same jar and if one of them is too old and smells weird, consider throwing them away. Lables for the bottles and Jars Label The Spices Where You Can Easily See Them . Even if you are a pro at cooking, you would still want to label the jars if they aren’t already in transparent ones. Others can simply go ahead and label the spice jars. If you labeling the spice containers and are going to store them in a basket or drawer, then put the label on the lid of the jar. This way you can easily find and not pick every jar to check the spices. If you are storing the spice containers in the cabinet, cupboard or shelf then consider labeling in the middle for easy viewability. I have used these Chalkboard labels for my bottles and spice containers. Store The Spices Within Reach Keep the spices in the cabinet within your reach for easy accessibility. If you are low on cabinet space then you can keep them in spice drawers as well. Another way to maximise cabinet storage is using tiered spice racks. That will help you to use the precious spice cabinet space in an effective manner. You can use the one like I have used here or make a diy tiered spice rack using cardboard. Always store your most used/preferred spices in one row where you can easily grab them in the midst of cooking. You can even get your hands on lazy Susan that will help you declutter without making it a mess. Arranging Spice Jars in Alphabetical Order is Good Idea? Many experts advice to arrange the spices in cabinet or drawer alphabetically. Personally as much as I like to arrange them alphabetically I never do that. However if you like you can. If you are arranging spice jars alphabetically then label two similar ingredients in a way you can place them in the same rack. For example, don’t label ‘ground red chili’ when writing down the labels because this way when you will place red chili and ground red chili on the rack they will be placed far away due to the alphabet. Instead, write “red chili ground”. Now you know How obsessed I can be 😀 when I am labeling the jar alphabetically. How I arrange my Spice Jars I arrange spice bottles as per use. I like to place the spice jars, I used most at the most accessible place inside the cabinet. Or you can keep everyday spices on the front of the cabinet and then the less used at the back. You can use a revolving rack and keep them at the front side of the cabinet or close to stove. or it might mean carving out a special place for your go-to seasonings. There are many methods to arrange spices as per use. One of them I have told you above. Previously when I did not have dedicated spice cabinet I used to store them in a spice drawer. For arranging spices in a drawer I made a bin system. Regular everyday spices that I use to make curries and such items in one small bin. Spices and spice mix to cook dishes from other than indian cuisine in one bin, baking supplies in one bin and so on. Basic idea is to arrange spices as per your personality. Real key is to store spices for ease of use. Store them on shelves in spice cabinet, drawers keep them decluttered and labled so you can use them regularly. Measure the Cabinets or Drawers To manage kitchen space first take the measurement of the cabinets or drawers in which you have decided to store the spices. After the measurements, you can either get ‘tiered spice racks’ and easily place your spice jars or containers in cabinets or get your hands on ‘spice drawer organizer’ that is customized to fit any size drawer. If you find the article useful then share it with your friends and family and tell me all about it in the comments below or by connecting with me on Instagram , Youtube , Facebook , Pinterest , and Twitter where I keep posting about everyday food ideas, recipes and some bits of my life! Subscribe to my WhatsApp broadcast by sending Whatsapp message “SUBSCRIBE” to +91-8368756817 for latest updates on new recipes, videos, and other food-related info.
5th Annual Off the Hook Seafood Festival
5th Annual Off the Hook Seafood Festival 7 September 14, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone 2019-09-14T15:00:00-07:00 Food Festival Food Truck Stops Fun Fundraisers with Food Fundraising Events Los Angeles Events Outside Orange County Events WHAT: The 5th Annual OFF THE HOOK SEAFOOD FESTIVAL returns to the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday, September 14, 2019 with tastings from the city’s best seafood restaurants and chefs, live music, oyster shucking competition, sustainable seafood VIP Lounge and more. This seafood-loving food fest is 100% free of single-use plastics and raises funds for organizations that help to keep our oceans, waves and beaches clean. Enjoy food from restaurants such as FIG, The Lobster, Herringbone, BOA, Tar & Roses and Sushi Roku. Tickets will start at $50 and are all inclusive of food and beverage and available here . WHERE: COST: GA: $50 in advance, $65 week of GA includes seafood tastings, beer garden, drinks and access to the main stage with live music. VIP: $80 in advance, $100 week of VIP includes GA access, as well as preferred seating, curated cocktails, beer, champagne and seafood dishes from specialty, sustainable restaurants. Watch this clip down below to see what this Seafood Festival has to offer, or click here and here for more information! Miguel’s Jr. Introduces Limited … @ Miguel’s Jr. – Huntington Beach Jun 26 @ 7:00 am – Aug 7 @ 10:00 pm Miguel’s Jr. Introduces fresh avocado taco salad to everyday menu with house made strawberry lemonade summer special! 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9 Ways to Eat Healthy in San Francisco
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When you’re on vacation, you’ll want to sample as much local flavor as possible—but that doesn’t mean you have to throw good habits out the window. The beauty of San Francisco is the variety of food to discover. This is a city that sets the culinary trends and can modify dishes to every visitor’s dietary requirements. Here are 9 ways to eat healthy in San Francisco. For Plant-Based Diets
We love a good hamburger as much as anyone else, but the benefits of a plant-based diet, both for you and your environment, can’t be denied. Head to Nourish Café (189 Sixth Ave.) in the Richmond for full plant-based meals. Try their acai bowls and lunch meals. The veggie wraps with hummus and avocado are delightful, and their delicious baked goods and sweets prove you don’t have to give up every guilty pleasure to be healthy. For the Keto Diet
There’s a reason the Keto Diet has become so popular. The combination of high-fat, moderate protein, and very limited carbs make it easy to find dishes without sacrificing variety or taste.
The Michelin-starred team at Luce (888 Howard St.) has curated a menu supplied by farms surrounding San Francisco. Their tasting menu includes Pacific blue prawns, handmade ricotta ravioli, and a selection of artisanal cheeses. RESERVE A TABLE AT LUCE
Fish and shellfish are popular with folks on the Keto Diet. They are rich in Vitamin B and yet light on carbs. Visit Bouche Restaurant (603 Bush St.) and try their octopus on a bed of cauliflower rice, tuna tartare, or load up on the veggie plate with sautéed romanesco and truffle oil. RESERVE A TABLE AT Bouche For Gut-Healthy Foods
Being on vacation can wreak havoc on your gut health, affecting your body in multiple ways. Combat this with the healthy bacteria, or lactobacilli, found in fermented foods like kimchi and yogurt.
Visit My Tofu House (4627 Geary Blvd.) and get energized with hot tofu soup (soon dubu), then dig into a side of kimchi along with delicious servings of Asian-style pork ribs.
Indian restaurants often serve a yogurt dish (curd) along with meals. It’s refreshing and tasty, plus it helps keep you healthy. You can have some at New Delhi Restaurant (160 Ellis St.), as well as their popular butter chicken and lamb masala curry. RESERVE A TABLE AT NEW DELHI RESTAURANT For Fast and Healthy Foods
Sometimes you just need a quick meal in between activities on your San Francisco itinerary . Getting something fast doesn’t mean getting something unhealthy. The Plant Café Organic has a few locations around the city, including neighborhoods like Dogpatch and the Marina . You can fill up with quick meals that include white-meat burgers, salads, and gluten-free sides. For the Mediterranean Diet
Folks who are blessed to live by the Mediterranean Sea are said to be some of the healthiest in the world. Why not follow their example and eat the way they do? Head to Oren’s Hummus (71 Third St.) for authentic Israeli, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisine. Choose gluten-free pita sandwiches, traditional shakshuka, or Moroccan carrot sides. For A Japanese Diet
Historically, the Japanese people enjoy low rates of obesity and long life expectancy. Many attribute this to their diet. For excellent Japanese meals, dine at OZUMO (161 Steuart St.), a gorgeous restaurant that blends the traditional and the contemporary. The shaki-shaki salad is a delicious mix of salmon and fried shitake mushrooms. All their grilled skewers are gluten-free, so order the duck breast or black tiger shrimp for everyone in your party. RESERVE A TABLE AT OZUMO For Your Daily Dose of Vitamins
No matter how good your diet or workout routine may be, you need those daily vitamins. That’s why you should have a meal at Seed + Salt (2240 Chestnut St.). There is no meat, no gluten, and no GMOs on the menu; just vitamin-packed meals that taste delicious, too. Popular choices are their beet-and-grains burger and quinoa falafel wrapped in collard greens. For A Healthy Dose of Spice
If you think of spices as just ingredients, think again. Spices and herbs are a great source of plant phytonutrients, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. At Thai Spice Restaurant (1730 Polk St.), you’ll get a well-rounded sampling of aromatic herbs. After trying the papaya salad, tuck into a warm bowl of tom ka gai (chicken in coconut soup and lime) and a creamy massaman curry that includes potatoes and peanuts. RESERVE A TABLE AT THAI SPICE RESTAURANT For Sustainable Seafood
Being healthy goes beyond just you. We want the world we share to stay healthy, too. That’s why sustainable seafood is such an important movement in the culinary world. For delicious, freshly caught seafood, visit Scoma’s (Pier 47) at Fisherman’s Wharf . There are no bad options at this San Francisco institution. Try their clam chowder, smoked salmon bruschetta, and prawns annuzzi in garlic lemon butter.
Unknown Merry Facts About Pow Wows 2019
By Jerry Rogers
Festivals all around the world are most of the times viewed as an expression of uniqueness, identity and positive relationships with other groups of people. Every country has their own way of celebrating their festivities, on which visitors and spectators will have a good time watching their performances or simply dining out at never before tried cuisines. It is this kind of anticipation that the pow wows 2019 event is excitedly being awaited by many people because of its richness in imagery and meaning.
It is basically a social event in a local Native American groups, but what sets it apart from others is the way it carries a rich and colorful cultural aspect. At this present moment, it has been more of keeping intact the traditions of a tribe while appreciating the fact that no two Indian societies have the same exact culture from each other. This is the reason why celebrations would last from a day until one week, because there is simply not enough time to spend precious moments together once the event stops.
Before it happens sometimes on a yearly basis, it is thoroughly prepared even lasting almost a year by members of a committee. Often times, a group may act as the sponsor on the gathering which is also part of the planning. This will be responsible in the advertisement, setting a venue and recruitment of sellers who will be around during the festivities.
One major characteristicis the loud drumming sounds that could be heard for many miles. It is a crucial and integral part for the celebration, since it accentuates the mood the people had for the festivity. Accompanying these beats are songs which are sung repeatedly, be it coming from the Northern high pitched style or the Southern low pitched one.
Their traditional dances are rich in movement and has depth in meaning, since they were a gathering for religious leaders in each tribe. Sometimes, wars between them are ended here with a peace treaty and this gives a significant unifying attribute to the festivity. As it is in actuality a ritual for medical practices, mending wounded relationships is part of the essence on this feast.
At the start of the ceremony, dancers would enter the halls and try to invite their guests into dancing with them. They would notice that the movements could be aptly described as energetic and having a fast timing. These people often come in full feathered colorful attire to signify the richness of their tradition and culture.
What their society really is could be reflected by the way they dance and sang their songs, aside from their exhibits for everyone to see. Sometimes, they will cook food prepared by their own way of serving them. You might also get to see fine arts from their tribes and marvel at their deep meaning.
The festivity is a way of transmitting their tradition and culture to their children and consequently the later generation. The songs they usually sung are on their native tongues. When they do that, it is the signal that other groups will also start to dance in unison.
In order to understand another group of people, we need to know how they behave and make their own living in the society. Rather than learning them through textbooks and from the classroom, you can learn faster and better if you are a witness on their act. In such way, we can appreciate them more and learn to live harmoniously in this ever changing world.
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Sheraton participates in the Marriott Appreciation week
Home / News / Sheraton participates in the Marriott Appreciation week Sheraton participates in the Marriott Appreciation week The Independent July 6, 2019 News Leave a comment Marriott hotels to celebrate and appreciate employees
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | This week Sheraton Kampala hotel joined the rest of the Marriott hotels to celebrate and appreciate employees for their dedication, commitment and outstanding service to the hotel.
Each year, Marriott International marks the anniversary of its founding by dedicating a week to celebrate and acknowledge Marriott employees for their effort and contribution towards exceptional services and recognize them as the true essence behind excellent customer care.
As an associate of Marriott hotels, Sheraton Kampala hotel celebrated the week by organizing a series of activities which staff competition, awarding the best performing employees and played fun games at the hotel gardens among others.
Also the Senior Management Team preparing different food delicacy from their country of origin and served employees lunch at staff canteen. For example the GM Mr. Jean Philippe Bittencourt cooked a Brazilian meal; Deputy GM Mr. Martin Bredenoord prepared a South Africa delicacy, Mr. Deepak, Head of Food and Beverage offered the Indian cuisine food whereas Mrs. Helen Ssali, Learning and Development Manager prepared a delicious Luwombo to represent the central Uganda tradition gastronomy.
According to the hotel’s General Manger, Mr. Jean Philippe Bittencourt, the associate appreciate week is an annual Marriott culture event set aside every year to appreciate and recognize its employees for the hard work and dedicated efforts in ensuring that there is a soon running at the hotel across all facilities.
“As a place where people come to gather, we appreciate the work our employees do to ensure that everything goes well. This is because they are the ones that make everything happen and that without the associates there would be no Sheraton Kampala Hotel” Mr. Bittencourt emphasized.
Adding that, for good work they do, the Sheraton Kampala Hotel Management continues to commit themselves to always treat their employees with respect and dignity as they strive to make them feel part of the entire Marriott Hotel family, He urged.
Joselyn Ngiine, the PR and Marketing Manager at the Hotel urged that the Associate Appreciation Week creates greater staff engagement within the Sheraton family and builds a stronger team synergy.
“It also provides an opportunity to strengthen the bond between department heads and their team so as to create a fun work environment for them and we hope they will be proud to call this their second home” Miss Ngiine said
Further noting, the week provides an opportunity to engage with external talents and build a stronger pool of talent with the Marriott ecosystem. It also allows our staff member to grow talents to meet Marriott hospitality standards and inspire them to continuously better themselves for their personal career growth, She added. Share on: