What to do on the island of Jersey? Beaches, restaurants, hotels and tunnels

It is an island closer to France than to England, and yet it is part of the British Isles. It is home to miles of tunnels built during World War II, but by German rather than British soldiers. And it has lower taxes than the UK and its own financial rules. According to Amanda Burns, … Read more

Guy Fieri opens a new Chicken Guy! location in Atlantic City

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is set to open his fourth restaurant on the Jersey Shore later this month, where he will debut a Chicken Guy! at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. The restaurant opens August 30 and is part of Fieri’s partnership with Caesars Entertainment. His other locations in Atlantic City include Guy’s Sammich Joint … Read more

Janice Longone, columnist of American culinary history, has died

Janice Bluestein Longone, credited with collecting thousands of items chronicling America’s culinary history, dies at 89 ANN ARBOUR, Mich. — Janice Bluestein Longone, credited with collecting thousands of items chronicling America’s culinary history, including cookbooks, menus, advertisements and newspapers, has died at age 89 year. Longone died Wednesday, according to Nie Family Funeral Home in … Read more

The new Amina restaurant in the old town will now serve weekend brunch

Brunch lovers, rejoice! A new restaurant in the Old Town will now offer its own version of the meal that is neither quite breakfast nor quite lunch. Amina, a 70-seat restaurant offering South American cuisine, opened in 104 Chestnut St. in May. From August 6, he will make an incursion into the well-established territory of … Read more

Nigerian billionaire Abdul Samad Rabiu says Africa must reduce its dependence on food imports

Abidjan, Ivory Coast CNN — Food prices have risen around the world, driven first by the Covid pandemic and poor harvests, and aggravated by the conflict in Ukraine, which has hit wheat and fertilizer exports. Even with a new deal that would allow grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, the impact of high prices … Read more

The world’s best restaurants for 2022 revealed

(CNN) — It’s another good year for Copenhagen as, for the second year in a row, a restaurant in the Danish capital has been voted the best restaurant on the planet at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards. Geranium serves a meatless, seasonal Scandi menu in the unusual surroundings of the eighth floor of Denmark’s … Read more

Why young people shouldn’t drink, but old people can, according to science

If you are under 40, you may want to stop drinking. Absolutely. Yes, you read that right. Alcohol consumption carries significant health risks and no benefits for young people, a major new study has found. However, there may be benefits for older adults to drinking a small amount, researchers from the Global Burden of Diseases, … Read more

Outdoor cooking has boomed during the pandemic and the grilling industry thinks it will stay hot

Grills have caught fire amid the pandemic as consumers stuck at home seek new ways to cook meals, as well as entertain and safely shelter family and friends outdoors. But while there are plenty of signs that the outdoor cooking craze is here to stay, inflation, market saturation and supply chain challenges threaten to bring … Read more