As a Mom, I want to be here for my kids. That means eating the right foods that will prolong my life. It also means starting them early with better habits so they don't have the same hereditary diseases that could be prevented.
Super Bowl Sunday is the day when 120 million come together to watch the biggest game of the year. With that many people taking in the game, the options are limitless and Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of some of the best options for you to enjoy the big game
It’s not surprising that when Stephen F. Jones designed the new La Brea Bakery to showcase a 25-year history and the warm browns of its iconic rustic baked goods, he beautifully incorporated his usual elements of spiffy, universal personal appeal.
This year Los Angeles celebrates National Pastrami Day with the “tried” (Langer’s) and “new” (Got Kosher?), where the classic pastrami sandwich is cured in-house, served on bread baked out back and sometimes topped with with a hamburger.
All the refinement and detail characteristic of Japanese cuisine was paired with the diligence and long history of the island nation’s prepared food industry at the recent New School Food Demonstration hosted by Den Tea and sponsored by JETRO.
LA's biggest baking and pastry party, the LA Cookie Con & Sweets Show, is coming to town this January! The Pasadena Convention Center will be hosting the event on Sunday, January 25th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. To celebrate this sweet event, Splash Magazines Worldwide is giving a pair of tickets to one lucky reader
Eating on the go has become a way of life for most families; sadly the majority of most of on the good food is only fast, not good or healthy. My Fit Foods has changed that with a lineup of meals that are prepared fresh for you to pick up and allows you a healthy alternative that you don’t have to cook
Maxwell’s at the Club (part of East Bank Club), located at 500 Kingsbury Street in downtown Chicago, provides a casual yet elegant dining experience. An outstanding brunch menu is offered Fridays and Sundays