food Tag Archive

Foodies Rejoice: Simply diVine Returns to Tempt LA Tastebuds

What do you get when you combine a celebration of food and beverages with some of Los Angeles’ most fabulous LGBTQ people and our allies? Simply diVine! The premiere food and...

Choosing Caterers for an LGBT Wedding

Though many venues require you to go with in-house caterers, if you’re free to pick your own, you’ve got some homework to do: Budget First Sit down with your fiancée...

6 Healthy Fish Recipes That Will Make Your Mouth Water

Below you’re find five healthy fish recipes by food blogger Gayle Van Wely: Black Bass with Bacon Dashi, Salmon Poke, Bacon-Wrapped Scallop with a Bloody Mary, Smoked...

Want Other Gay Guys to Notice Your Body This Summer? Start Planning!

Having a beach-beautiful body requires planning. So if you want to look trim this summer, it’s time to start packing your meals ahead of time. Here’s how: Plan Your...

The Latest Health Crazes: Here’s What Gets Results — and What Doesn’t

Considering going keto? Concerned about your qi? Alarmed about whether you’re alkaline? We serve up five recent books about current health crazes and gauge the results. With...

A Holiday Recipe Guests Will Love: Glazed Duck with Cherry Balsamic Sauce

Searching for a new dinner party favorite for fans of waterfowl? Try this honey glazed duck breast. Many foodies are intimidated by the idea of cooking duck meat at home, but it...

Adventures in Heritage Cider: Unexpected Tastings with Cider in Love

Curious about what makes heritage cider different? Do you get that not all cider is sweet, but want to know how to find the just-right glass? This is the perfect hands-on event to...

Where to Eat: Our Favorite LGBT-Friendly Chelsea Restaurants

The Breslin The Spotted Pig folks are behind this vintage-rustic restaurant in NoChel’s Ace Hotel. British-inspired fare is egg-centric at breakfast and meat-and-terrine heavy...

Best Hell’s Kitchen Gay Friendly Restaurants

New York City nightlife is among the best LGBTQ scenes in the world, and it extends well beyond old school gay neighborhoods such as Chelsea and the West Village. For example,...

Pie for the People

Community Voices Heard Power would like to invite you to attend our Pie for the People event on Saturday, July 21, 2018. The event will take place at historic Riverside Church...

This Is What It’s Like to Escape Your Own Dinner Party

I decided to shake up my party-throwing routine, and the result was a culinary catastrophe. Fêting Ready I love being a host. Perhaps it’s easier to love when you throw...

Kids Peach Pie Class

Kids ages 4-10 and their parents are invited to join us to learn how to make a no-bake peach pie just in time for peach season! Each child will take home their pie as well as...