Chef Nikhil Abuvala of Roux 30A & Nanbu Noodle Bar

Growing up with an appreciation for food passed down from generations of cooks and chefs, I first met Chef Nikhil Abuvala when he was just twelve. Alongside his Indian grandmother who was visiting America, he helped prepare an authentic Indian dinner in his home for both of our families. We had received the invitation when…

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Beach Eats: Cioppino

  Yesterday, I sat and plundered through cookbooks trying to find a good seafood stew recipe. I tend to read recipes and then come up with my own version. After spending quite a few years in Louisiana, and often cooking one pot dishes such as gumbo, jambalaya, and courtbouillon, I knew with our cooler temps…

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The Best Chili Con Carne

Just like good gumbo, everyone has their favorite chili recipe. Texas beef with no beans, white chicken chili, even vegetarian, but I make my flavor packed version with black beans for added fiber, and to create texture. Since our kids were little and heading out to trick or treat with my husband pulling them along…

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28th Annual Seeing Red Wine Festival Nov. 8-11, 2018

  Its one of my favorite times of year in the town of Seaside, Florida! The Seeing Red Wine Festival is always a sell-out event, and this year will be no exception! Reds, whites, and rosés will be uncorked during the festival, four days of wine and culinary events being held Nov. 8 – 11, 2018….

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A Review: Cafe Thirty-A

By Hannah Neville Cafe Thirty-A first opened its doors in 1995 and has been consistently serving the best locally sourced regional cuisine ever since. Located in Seagrove Beach on 30A, Cafe Thirty-A offers an upscale atmosphere with delicious food to tourists and locals alike. My fiancée, Chase and I, pulled up to the restaurant and…

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“Pirates, Pinot & Pearls” 30th Wine & Food Classic, Oct 19–21

The WSRE-TV Foundation and A Bodacious Family of Shops present the “Pirates, Pinot & Pearls” 30th Wine & Food Classic, Oct 19–21 on Pensacola Beach and in Downtown Pensacola. This annual fundraising weekend is a longtime favorite of local foodies and supports the mission of WSRE to positively impact communities through education, entertainment and engagement….

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Taste The Gulf Coast at Peat & Pearls Oct. 4-7

Things are looking might briny with piles of oysters and great fare in Historic Downtown Pensacola this weekend, and you can wash it all down with the best whiskey while wearing the prettiest pearls! Peat & Pearls returns for its second annual event celebrating Scotch and Oysters. Featuring four days of tastings, seminars and special events…

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