Tag Archives: Food & Wine

Welcome autumn with French version of American favorite

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency More even than deepest winter, I always think of autumn as soup weather. The very fact that it seems like a transitional season – with still summery days gradually giving way to cool weather and then, eventually, the first rains or snows – suits it to all kinds of

Granny Smith apples are the star of this easy, old-fashioned dessert

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency Everybody seems to take apples for granted. They’re always there in supermarkets and farmers market stalls, parents are packing them in kids’ lunches, and some fast-food places now offer sliced apples as a healthy alternative to french fries (not that many guests necessarily go for that option). The fruit

Sipping Margaritas and Watching the Sunset

Tony’s Quarterdeck is everything you need in summertime dining Located in the heart of Lost Peninsula in Point Place, Tony’s Quarterdeck has some of the best views for a local summer dining experience. With a deck overlooking the Ottawa River and windows that allow customers to watch the sunset as they sip margaritas, Tony’s ambiance

Zia’s Italian Cooking

A perfect backdrop for lasting memories On a recent visit to Zia’s Italian Cooking, a dad and his 6-year-old daughter clinked stemmed water glasses as if filled with wine. “Salute!” they cheered. Nearby, a family of older siblings and their parents chatted eating a large sampling of Zia’s appetizers including several crispy crusted pizzas. The