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Lauren Heineck
Attended University of California, Los Angeles
Lives in Denver
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#undergroundrestaurants  now above ground. #DC  dining #Feastly  
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Take me to #Portland  
Win a 3-night artisanal trip to Portland, Oregon! You'll enjoy honey tastings, a blend-your-own-tea experience, $500 cash to bring Portland home, plus airfare and a stay at the historic Sentential Hotel. Enter now: tastingtable.com/oregon2014
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Win a 7-day Trip to San Sebastian Spain with Feastly!
It doesn't get much better than this Sobremesa fans! Feastly , an online platform connecting diners and cooks for unique food experiences offline in communal settings, is giving away a 7-day trip to San Sebastian, Basque Country for one lucky winner. It's g...
Win a 7-day culinary trip to Spain with online food events marketplace Feastly.
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+Aleksandra Strub on stage for Feastly's Food Entrepreneurs Series! #FeastOn   #FeastlyCooks   #foodentrepreneurs   #ProjectOpenHand  
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An architect couple used discarded boats at a nearby port to build a lovely upcycled wine production facility.
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Vietnam: The People of Hoi An, A Photo Essay
Following the sights , and the food of Hoi An, the last installment of this series is dedicated to the people. The day in and day outs of market life in Hoi An, Vietnam. Those that dedicate themselves and their craft, to being there early, helping their fol...
Following the sights, and the food of Hoi An, the last installment of this series is dedicated to the people. The day in and day outs of market life in Hoi An, Vietnam. Those that dedicate themselves and their craft, to being there early, helping their follow citizens, and feeding or caring for ...
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#Feastly  aims to access an untapped dining scene. #socialdining   #startups   #chefs  
Feastly, a startup that connects diners with chefs offering unique food experiences outside of restaurants, is announcing that it has raised $1.25 million in..
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Down on the Farm | Huerta La Vega | Gijon, Spain
I'm long overdue on this post, however the story and generosity of the family never grows old. Here's the recount of my visit to Serin, Gijon, Spain with Lauren of  Roaming the World . " Hay que asustarlas " she tells me, "You have to scare them," this appa...
The truth lies in our curiosity to learn more about where our food comes from. One faba tells a different story at Huerta La Vega farm and plantation in Gijon, Spain.
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California Coastin' | Half Moon Bay
Within the travel world, and likely, countless Top Ten HuffPo lists, driving along Northern California's coast is said to be the ultimate bucket list item. The drive, or simply the fact of being in that geographic location, gives way to some of the most sto...
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Denver
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"You aren't stupid because you're a housewife. When you're stirring the jam you can read Shakespeare.” Tasha Tudor
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Community @eatfeastly. Entre/Intrapreneur. Clean eating. Traveller. Writer. Human. Not perfect.
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  • University of California, Los Angeles
    2006
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Owen led us through an extensive and fascinating tour of early New Orleans medicine / aliment practices and paraphernalia. He was extremely well versed in the subject and made it both informative and fun.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Food, location, customer service. Excellent Sobremesa in spain at this fine restaurant that has succeeded in keeping quality paramount and pricing accessible, while their fine dining counterparts in the Basque region have let Michelin stars and Top 50 lists get to their heads.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The hotel was just fine for the price, and the location is OK for tourists, but the area is really bad: people drinking on the streets, dark alleys and passive aggressive homeless that make each trip to the hotel feel very unsafe. The facilities were OK but old and poorly maintained. Next time I would pay a bit more and avoid this hotel and this area altogether.
Quality: Poor - FairFacilities: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Awesome staff, awesome product and a true nod to integrity here. Prepared brisket I had tonight was out of this world delicious. Have nothing but nice things to say.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Always a pleasant experience at this coffee shop in one of the most storied parts of the old city. Attentive servers, helpful in a myriad of languages, and the easiest to-go service in Barcelona. Fair prices, fair trade and the opportunity to "travel" within a coffee cup - best blends for me have been Ethiopian and Guatemalan.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
In my opinion the best hamburger in Madrid, possibly Spain. I've tried a fair amount, and I have to admit that this burger even surpasses some I've had back in the States. The owners know what they're doing, import unique beer and cola selectionsl but it's the hand-ground meat that easily stands as the star of the show. Bread is well chosen as well, usually a soft brioche.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago