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Uve' - Sparkling Superfruit / Gourmet Weightloss!Uve' - Sparkling Superfruit / Gourmet Weightloss! Seeing as how obesity is such an issue in today’s world, it’s no surprise that we are bombarded with foods and drinks that claim to help lose weight. It’s always an added bonus when we find something that helps lose weight AND tastes delicious! Recently, I stumbled upon a bright exciting bottle of Uve’… I had...

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The River GrilleThe River Grille 243 Northampton Street in Easton is an Address you MUST etch into the address book inside your mind and go to as soon as POSSIBLE. Why? Because THAT is the address of The River Grille – One of the most amazing restaurants I’ve ever been to and one of the best restaurants YOU will ever go to!  Simply divine is an...

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Wally's Wicked WingsWally's Wicked Wings I drove by Wally's Wicked Wings several times over the past few weeks and I KNEW it would be out of this world once I actually stopped! It had the word "Wings" in it's name... WIN / WIN for me!  I was not let down when my good friend, Bristen and I went for a 'guys night out' this past week. Don't get me wrong, Wally's...

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Sugars Stage & SpiritsSugars Stage & Spirits Recently we had the pleasure of dining at the all new “Sugars” Stage & Spirits located pretty much  at the corner of 987 (Airport Rd’s end) and Point Phillips Road in Bath PA! The former Klecknersville  Hotel has been a staple in the Valley for decades and Sugars did an amazing job with their own personal remodel,...

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Ooka SushiOoka Sushi I remember when I first started eating sushi. I quickly ascended into a culinary obsession for the Japanese fast food.  Fortunately, living in the flourishing suburbs of Philadelphia allowed me to indulge whenever I wanted to as there was an amazing tiny Japanese restaurant close to my home in Doylestown, Pennsylvania...

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Ooka Sushi


Category : Bucks County, Doylestown, Japanese, Pennsylvania, Restaurant Reviews, Sake

I remember when I first started eating sushi. I quickly ascended into a culinary obsession for the Japanese fast food.  Fortunately, living in the flourishing suburbs of Philadelphia allowed me to indulge whenever I wanted to as there was an amazing tiny Japanese restaurant close to my home in Doylestown, Pennsylvania called “Ooka”. The restaurant was so small it couldn’t have sat more than 15 people, while the rest of the space housed a huge fish tank with some beautiful gold fish and a couple of exotic koi . Truly a hidden gem.

That was Ooka Sushi at least ten years ago. A couple years ago, it went through a major overhaul and has doubled in size. In addition to the extra space it’s received an incredible contemporary look, complete with glowing bar and multiple hibachi tables. Ooka brings you a sense of the elite interior decor of a high end Miami nightclub in sleepytown suburbia, a refreshing change of pace.  In addition to the ambience, Ooka offers a diversified menu of sushi rolls to choose from as well as the typical faves. One of my absolute adorations is the “New York Roll”, fresh Salmon, with Fuji Apple. To die for. Ooka, also has a nice collection of Sake’s to compliment any taste.

Ooka is great for impressing a date or just a casual business meeting, but call ahead to make sure it isn’t crazy busy. Ooka, has built up quite a reputation over the last few years, and has couple locations to boast their status. In 2010, Philadelphia Magazine named Ooka “Best of Philly 2010” for “Best Sushi”. Not to pat my own back, but I was saying that 8 years ago…. If you’re a foodie and like to try new places, Ooka Doylestown is perfect. Located in a bustling little town with lots to do, give it a try, you won’t be sorry.

110 Veteran’s Lane

Doylestown, PA. 18901


Link to Menu  -

Lunch Hours

Monday thru Friday 11:00am – 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 12noon to 3:00pm

Dinner Hours

Sunday thru Thursday 4:30pm – 10:00pm

Friday & Saturday 4:30pm – 11:00pm

Introducing The Cycle-Pub


Category : Beer, Food News, Miscellaneous, National

Historically, biking and drinking beer is a bad idea. But imbibing brews andpedaling while someone else steers? That’s a stroke of two-wheeled brilliance. Actually, make that four wheels.

Recently, Bend, Oregon, featured the debut of the Cycle Pub, a trolley car–shaped traveling bar that blends the city’s twin passions: cycling and craft beer. (The innovation is an American riff on Holland’s lush-friendly Bier Bike.) Up to 12 beer lovers belly up to the glossy wooden bar and pump their legs, while an additional three non-pedalers can plop down on a plush bench and sip brewskis served by a pal doubling as a bartender. (Cycle Pub employees are unable to dole out drinks.)

To cut down on the risk of crashes — and spilling your precious carbonated nectar — “we provide the driver, so riders can legally enjoy a local fine-crafted beer, glass of wine or cup of coffee en route,” founder James Watts told The Bulletin.

But forget caffeine. This a bicycle built for brews. Thanks to Cycle Pub, gaining– and losing — a beer belly has never been so much fun.


Wine Pairing With Superbowl Foods


Category : Alcoholic, Drink Reviews, Food News, National, Wine

We found an interesting article this morning in regards to wine pairing withSuperbowl snacks. We figured…why not? Beer is the ‘king’ of game day drinks but not everyone wants all the carbs and calories.  The alternative is wine.

The best thing about these featured wines is that they are all no more than $15! If you’re heading to a  Superbowl party this weekend or to the Blogs4food fortress, you may want to bring a bottle of the good stuff to see how spot on these pairings really are!

Layered taco dip
This is a complex dish, with layers of guacamole, chopped lettuce and tomatoes, corn kernels and spicy-hot taco meat or refried beans. An equally complex wine to help you wash it all down is key. Ditch the Napa Cabs and try a something from a new, up-and-coming Cabernet Sauvignon region: Chile.
Our budget pick: Vina Aquitania 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon, Valle del Maipo, Chile
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Top Beers of 2010

Category : Alcoholic, Beer, Drink Reviews, Drinks, Food News, National

This has been a very, very good year for drinking beer. Shuffling throughmysmudged, beer-stained notes, I see I enjoyed countless IPAs, stouts and wild yeast–spiked sour ales. But who cares what I think…here is what YOU voted as the best beers of the year!

Boston Beer Co.: Infinium Ale
The Samuel Adams crew spent two years collaborating with Germany’s legendary Weihenstephan brewery to create this effervescent, 10.3 percent treat featuring a fruity, champagne-like twang. What makes Infinium extra-special: It’s the first new beer style created under Germany’s beer-purity law, the Reinheitsgebot, in more than four centuries.

Half Acre Beer Company: Daisy Cutter Pale Ale
One of my favorite new pale ales is the Chicago brewery’s Daisy Cutter, which is jammed with a quintet of fragrant, aromatic hops (Warrior, Columbus, Centennial, Simcoe and Amarillo) that check in at 60 IBUs — and just 5.2 percent ABV. That means citric, piney Daisy slides down nice and easy.

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Winepod – Personal Wine Maker


Category : Alcoholic, National, Product Reviews, Wine

I am not going to lie! We love wine! This thing just oozes ‘amazing”! It reminds me of one of those cryogenic machines that keeps you frozen after you die until they figure out how to bring you back to life.  This won’t bring you back but it MAY help you live longer as wine has been proven to be a healthy asset to a life of longevity. If you have some extra dough lying around, Winepod may be for you!
Over the last few years, interest in home brewing has been steadily growing. That great for the beer fans out there, but what’s the wine drinker to do when they catch the DIY bug? Up until now, they haven’t had many options. However the WinePod is hoping to change all that by allowing regular people to make wine right in their own homes.

WinePod is the first-ever personal winery. It is a self–contained, computer–controlled unit that allows the amateur wine maker to create up to four cases of wine per fermentation (and up to 12 fermentations a year). The company provides the grapes, as well as all the tools you’ll need Continue Reading

World’s Most Expensive Beer!

Category : Alcoholic, Beer, Drink Reviews, Drinks, National

 What goes better with turkey than a nice cold brew? Exactly!  Considering the fact that I used to drink Pabst Blue Ribbon, Milwaukee’s Best Light, (Beast Light), and pretty much any other sewage water that would get me drunk before I met my wife, I’m really not qualified to tell you about the worlds most expensive beer’s. We both enjoy Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, and my wife just recently discovered Shipyard Summer Ale while we vacationed in Bar Harbor, Maine. 

I still venture back to the cheap ”pounders” when I stumble upon them just for old time’s sake.  I get the look from E when I order that swill because she is used to me drinking great I.P.A. brews but sometimes you can’t resist that shiny Pabst can!  Here are some of the world’s most expensive beers and yes, you’re buying!… Continue Reading