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Check out our BBQ themed Hangout today, moderated by yours truly.
 
Would you argue that fire is the most important ingredient to BBQ? Join us this week with the We Love BBQ Community as we are joined by Rob Bleifer from +Food Network Kitchen and Roger Mooking from +Cooking Channel to talk about the origins of our favorite smoky pastime. 

 We'll also be joined by Jacqueline Wasilczyk from +ZAGAT, Noah Glanville of the +Pit Barrel Cooker Co , Meathead Goldwyn of +Barbecue , and +Robyn Medlin Lindars of Grill Grrrl. 
  
Have any questions for our experts?  Comment below with the hashtag #BBQintheUSA 

Fire up those grills!
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Check out our latest video - visiting NYC's Jeepney for their Kamayan Nights!
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Come join today at 3:30 PM EST!
 
Join us for a Hangout On Air which #Zagat30under30  honoree Matthew Kirkley of L20 in Chicago! We'll learn all about his new (200 lb!) innovative tanks he's keeping at the restaurant and how he’s committed to bringing the freshest-possible seafood to a land-locked city. We'll also discuss tips for seafood shopping, pairing wine and seafood for Valentine’s Day, as give the seafood pro a little pop-quiz on the kinds of critters you can find in the sea.

Have any questions for Chef Kirkley or want to join the Hangout? Let us know and make sure you've added us to your circles.
Hangout with Chicago Chef Matthew Kirkley of L20
Tue, February 5, 2013, 3:30 PM
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Need help on those resolutions? Come join me on Monday and let's discuss healthy eating at restaurants. 
 
Having trouble keeping up with your New Year's Resolution to eat healthier? We are here to help! As a part of the +SELF Magazine 13 Resolutions for a Better 2013, +Cheryl Forberg RD +C&J Nutrition +Blythe Metz +Jacqueline Wasilczyk +ZAGAT +Meatless Monday and I will be discussing how to stay up on your resolution and get your body the healthy fuel it needs. Join us as we kick off #13for13 at 4:30PM EST (3:30 PM Central) on Monday, January 14th!  Please post your questions for the panelists in this event and use the #13for13 hashtag!"
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Major news at +Appboy today. Not only do we have a new killer website, but we also just announced how we've raised $7.6M in Series A financing!
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Was lucky to have such a helpful teacher!
 
Sure, it took the chef at Hakkasan two years to learn how to make these dumplings but our very own +Jacqueline Wasilczyk did pretty well on her first try.

Watch the video below to learn how to make
dumplings at home.
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Spontaneously decided to book a trip to N. Carolina this weekend. Does anyone have suggestions of what to do/see/eat near Raleigh? 
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It's going to be epic.
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Meet Austin the puggle. He enjoys long walks, prancing and human contact at all times. Dislikes include closed doors and late mornings. 
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It's a little out of the way for pre-theater dining, but if you have enough time, it's worth the trek.The dry noodles with pork and crab are stellar - an absolute must. Since the space is fairly narrow and small, to avoid a wait, try going at lunch.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This huge hall has become a destination for locals and tourists alike. Be sure to get here early on weekends to avoid crowds. It may seem a bit daunting and chaotic, but the staff does an impressive job at circulating the carts and bringing what you need to the table. Because of its popularity and the amount of people that cycle through, the food tastes fresh and is generally at a high level of quality.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A slightly hidden spot that's worth finding, particularly for brunch. Considering that each entree comes with a cocktail (think passionfruit bellinis or the classic caipirinha) as well as a espresso drink, it's a great deal. Others have learned as much too, so be warned, you should expect a wait. Also, be sure to try the pão de queijo - you'll be hooked.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It may seem like a hole-in-the-wall, but get past the front door and you'll find a counter at the front selling to go snacks/market items, with a surprisingly cozy wine bar in the back. The list is pretty basic - the real star here are the mezze items. At $15 for five selections, compared to most of the restaurants in the neighborhood, it's quite affordable.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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It can get a bit over crowded on the weekends, but this bar overall has a great vibe and solid mix of people. The indoor bocce courts add a unique touch, and the basement space features programming that appeals to everyone - karaoke, comedy, bands, you name it. Prime spot to take someone who's new to the neighborhood.
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
There's an abundance of sushi restaurants in the neighborhood, but none quite as good as Geido. The fish is fresh, the prices are affordable, and the menu carries a mix of traditional and non-conventional sushi rolls. You may have to wait, but it's worth it.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
With a wide selection of dishes and reasonable prices, it's easy to see why this is a neighborhood favorite. Dining with two or more also provides a great opportunity to try the menu, as the combo platters allow for sharing. Food comes out quickly too boot, which is perfect if you're looking for a fast bite.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago