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Smith Brothers Agency Wins DiBella’s Subs and Launches Fresh, New Ad Campaign

Smith Brothers Agency is now the agency of choice for DiBella’s Subs after a competitive pitch among multiple agencies. AJ Shear, DiBella’s Director of Marketing, cited the agency’s experience in the restaurant category and clear insights into differentiating the DiBella’s brand as key factors in the choice for Smith Brothers.A digital ad campaign for Rochester, NY-based DiBella’s will launch on June 3rd across digital platforms including programmatic display, Youtube pre-roll video, Facebook, ...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Food And Drink, Smith Brothers Agency, DiBella's Subs


Why Luckin’s ultimate target may not be Starbucks

Starbucks plans to double its store count in China to 5,000 in 2021 and Luckin, a one-year-old coffee startup, is matching up by aiming to reach 4,500 by the end of this year. Luckin’s upsized $651 million flotation has brought American investors’ attention to this potential Starbucks rival in China, where the Seattle giant controlled over half of the coffee market as late as 2017. But as soon as you make your first purchase with Luckin, you realize its ultimate goal may not be to topple Star...
Tags: Apps, Asia, Finance, Social, Startups, TC, 7-eleven, China, Coffee, Courier Services, Drinks, Food, Food And Drink, Luckin, Luckin Coffee, Seattle


Cookbooks and Documenting Our Food: Not Just Dhansak Ep 04 Featuring Niloufer Mavalvala

On this episode, Bawi Bride Perzen Patel discusses documentation of the Parsi Food with author and food blogger, Niloufer Mavalvala. Niloufer shares her journey of starting a blog, creating a community around it and organizing Cooking Luncheons where women with similar interests came together to learn and share recipes. She talks about writing a cookbook with a mainstream publisher and compares that experience to self publishing which is what she is doing for her upcoming book. When Niloufer st...
Tags: Food and Drink


Home Chefs – The Parsi Food Custodians: Not Just Dhansak Ep 03 Featuring Gulrukh Irani and Furrokh Regina

On this episode, Bawi Bride Perzen Patel talks to home chefs Gulrukh Irani and Furrokh Regina and discusses why people like them are the true custodians of Parsi food. They discuss their childhood memories of partaking Parsi food, learning how to cook it and eventually deciding to sell it. Through their personal journeys you can discover what goes into making the perfect Dar ni Pori, Vasanu, Badaam Pak, Topli nu Paneer and other such secret Parsi treats. Together, Perzen and her guests also dis...
Tags: Life, Food And Drink, Parsi, Pori, Perzen Patel, Perzen, Gulrukh Irani, Furrokh Regina, Pori Vasanu Badaam Pak Topli


As meal-kit melee stretches on, Sun Basket whips up $30M Series E

Sun Basket, a provider of a healthy meal kit delivery service, has raised another $30 million in venture capital funding. The round, led by PivotNorth Capital, brings the company’s total raised to $125 million. The Series E funding delays Sun Basket’s expected initial public offering once again. There’s been unsubstantiated talk of a Sun Basket float for quite some time; in fact, before Blue Apron and Hello Fresh, a pair of fellow meal kit delivery businesses, completed IPOs, Sun Basket was t...
Tags: Food, Startups, San Francisco, Tech, Ceo, Venture Capital, Blue Apron, Food And Drink, New York Stock Exchange, August Capital, Subscription Services, Meals, Sapphire Ventures, Correlation Ventures, Baseline Ventures, Justine Kelly


Haul or Nothing: No Frills Gets Animated with Video Game Launch

No Frills has done it again with the release of Hauler: Aisles of Glory™, a retro 8-bit 2D animation video game. A web-based game played in-browser on mobile, tablet and desktop, Hauler: Aisles of Glory is a key part of the new No Frills marketing campaign that launched on May 6th. Available in Canada, No Frills wants Canadians to get their virtual shopping carts ready for the ultimate Hauler™ experience and the opportunity to earn PC Optimum points in real life.“Every major sport has a video ga...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Food And Drink, Loblaw, No frills


Vineyards in Var: a tour of Domaine de l’Olivette

Covering an area of approximately 1,500 hectares, the terroir of the Bandol appellation covers 8 communes in Var (Bandol, Le Beausset, Le Castellet, La Cadière d’Azur, Saint Cyr-sur-mer, St. Anne of Evenos, Sanary-sur-mer and Ollioules) and some 50 winemakers. The region covers a natural amphitheatre of terraces that descend towards the Mediterranean Sea in the […] The post Vineyards in Var: a tour of Domaine de l’Olivette appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, France, Attractions, Food And Drink, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany, Mediterranean Sea, Olivette, Bandol, Masdubrulat, Var Bandol Le Beausset Le Castellet La Cadière, St Anne of Evenos Sanary


Alpine cheese and wine around Mont Blanc

What do you get when three countries with some of the best culinary traditions in the world converge in one area? A gastronomic region of immense proportions. While the area around Mont Blanc spanning France, Italy, and Switzerland is known for big cheese names such as Gruyere and Fontina, there are many smaller cheesemakers that […] The post Alpine cheese and wine around Mont Blanc appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Italy, Switzerland, Food And Drink, Regions, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany


Cooking with the Time & Talents Club

The smell of dried Bombay duck infiltrates the air. Mum is making the Parsi dish Tarapori Patio, a ruddy pickle made from the quintessentially Bombay fish, the curiously-named Bombay duck, assertively spiced and humming with the tang of vinegar. An old cookbook lies next to her, the pages brittle, dog-eared, covered with scrawls—“Add chopped coriander, 1/2 cup”; “easy for tiffin.”1 By Meher Mirza | Photographs by Meher Mirza. This kitchen treasure is Recipes from the Time & Talents Club, an ic...
Tags: London, Life, Berlin, India, Food And Drink, Club, Mumbai, Mum, Bombay, Gujarat, PTI, Persia, The Club, Arabian Sea, Parsi, Muslim Iran


A truly lovely old Tokyo bar owner

The bar below has been in operation for 39 years, and its owner, perhaps unusually for such a back to basics little establishment, is a fully trained French chef. Leaving his native Kyushu at 14, he worked in Tokyo and Sapporo, before packing it all in and opening his own place. And what a place it is. We first drank there almost 5 years ago to the day. Half a decade that has seen several substantial changes. The Master-san is now 83-years-old, plus fairly recent health issues forced him to cl...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo, Sapporo, Kyushu


Getting fizzy with it: the Italian wine route that sparkles

An Italian region and a sparkling wine, Franciacorta may not be well-known but it is great for vineyard visits and fine places to eat and stayPut sparkling wine and Italy together and the usual answer is prosecco, but 200km west of the Veneto – the home of prosecco – lies another, little-known, sparkling wine region: Franciacorta. Wine has been made in the area for centuries but producers didn’t start making sparkling varieties until the 1960s. However, by 1995 this wine had been awarded Denomin...
Tags: Travel, Food, Life and style, Italy, Food And Drink, Wine, Weekend Breaks, Short breaks, Wine Holidays, Europe Holidays, Italy Holidays, Franciacorta, Veneto, Franciacorta Wine, Denominazione di Origine Controllata


Short stay: St. Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster, London, UK

The four star St. Ermin’s Hotel is a horseshoe-shaped Grade II Listed mansion that can be found in a tranquil Westminster location, befitting of its reputation as a hotel that is shrouded by mystery and secrecy. St. Ermin’s has a long history of involvement with the British Secret Service and the top two floors served […] The post Short stay: St. Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster, London, UK appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Hotels, Restaurants, Accommodation, Attractions, United Kingdom, Food And Drink, Secret Service, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany, London UK, St Ermin


Beck’s Turns WhatsApp Chats into Personalised Comics in Latest Campaign by Serviceplan

With the “Heroes of the Night” app, Beck’s is launching a new initiative in keeping with its brand claim “You make it legendary”. From now on, WhatsApp users can simply transform their chat history into a comic and therefore recreate their epic night out with friends in the most unique way.In cooperation with comic illustrator Matthias Schardt, more than 300 frames were created exclusively for the app. Each individual comic can be saved and shared. The “Heroes of the Night” app, which is availab...
Tags: Featured, Germany, Advertising, Beck, Food And Drink, App Store, Anheuser Busch Inbev, Serviceplan, Beck's, Matthias Schardt, Serviceplan Campaign International, Susanne Koop, Markus Kremer, Thomas Heyen, Markus Maczey, Plan Net Group


Plant-based pioneers in Singapore

As plant based options become the norm on menus around the world it truly is an exciting time to be vegan. Gone are the days when we would have to sustain ourselves with dishes that lacked creativity, taste and nutrition. Now we can dine at the finest restaurants and stay in luxurious hotels safe in […] The post Plant-based pioneers in Singapore appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Restaurants, Singapore, Food And Drink, Regions, Going Out, Travel Miscellany


Short stay: Ansty Hall, Ansty, Near Coventry, UK

Situated in 8 acres of grounds in the rolling Warwickshire countryside, Macdonald Ansty Hall is a Grade II Listed Georgian mansion dating back to 1678. This was our second visit to this 62-bedroom Macdonald Hotels & Resorts hotel, having stayed a few years previously (click here for that review). The welcome We were warmly welcomed […] The post Short stay: Ansty Hall, Ansty, Near Coventry, UK appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Featured, Hotels, Restaurants, Accommodation, Attractions, United Kingdom, Food And Drink, Warwickshire, Family Travel, Regions, Going Out, Speciality Travel, Western Europe


42 100% Columbian Medium Roast K-Cups $11.37 Shipped

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy here. K-Cups can be so expensive. We have to just use the reusable K-Cup and fill with our own unless I find a deal like this. Right now,... [Author: Lana]
Tags: Amazon, Shopping, Food And Drink, Lana, Columbian Medium Roast K Cups


Crowned by Burger King, meat replacement company Impossible Foods raises $300 million

After being crowned by Burger King as the first meat replacement patty to roll out nationally with one of the largest fast food chains, Impossible Foods has raised $300 million in capital. The financing brings the company’s total equity raise to $750 million — and provides a sizable pool of funds to draw from as it continues to compete with its newly-publicly traded rival, Beyond Meat. Beyond Meat rockets in early trading on Nasdaq, reaching a valuation of over $3 billion Both companies ar...
Tags: Meat, Food, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, California, Stanford, Singapore, America, Supply Chain, Tech, United States, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Ubs, Leonardo Dicaprio


Top 12 Things To Do in Tbilisi: Explore Georgia’s Capital Like A Local

Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, is one of the most ancient and fascinating cities in Eastern Europe. Famous throughout Europe for its hospitality, Tbilisi is a hip and picturesque city offering fascinating architectural contrasts. Buildings from hundreds of years ago share spaces with modern crystal constructions for a fascinating ambiance. Source
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Europe, Activities, Georgia, Nature, Culture, Art and design, Museums, Guest Post, Food And Drink, Sightseeing, Tbilisi, Eastern Europe, Misc, UK & Europe


The most beautiful market in France

If you’ve ever explored France, chances are that you’ve stumbled upon one of the country’s many markets. These have long been a thriving tradition in France with regular markets displaying produce ranging from fruit and vegetables, to fish, meat and other delicacies, as well as many non-food stalls. The market at Sanary-sur-Mer is no exception. […] The post The most beautiful market in France appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, France, Restaurants, Events, Attractions, Food And Drink, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany, Masdubrulat, Sanary


10 of the best UK B&Bs for vegetarians and vegans

Not a sausage in sight – well, only veggie ones – at the B&Bs we’ve selected to celebrate the start of National Vegetarian WeekA gothic house built in 1859 and set in 80 acre grounds, this Lake District guesthouse has 18 rooms, with views over the Vale of Esthwaite, Windermere and the fells beyond. Inside rooms are wood panelled, with antique furniture and print-heavy decor; outside the grounds include orchards and an organic vegetable and herb gardens, used in the veggie continental or cooked b...
Tags: Travel, UK, Hotels, Life and style, Vegetarian food and drink, Food And Drink, Veganism, Bed and breakfasts, Top 10s, Weekend Breaks, Short breaks, Vegan food and drink, Vegetarianism, Lake District, Windermere, Vale of Esthwaite Windermere


Drunk Tokyo bar bitch?

I’ve taken a photograph of this incredibly small bar before. Back then, both the proprietor and the sole customer were passed out. This time, presumably due to space restrictions, it was two sleeping drunks inside, and one relegated to the outside.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


Fast Food Brought Into the Premium Class Cabin: Is This Really a Controversy?

“On my recent flight from Santiago to LHR in First I was surprised to see that 1A came on board with a box of McDonald's chicken nuggets which he then proceeded to eat with his pre-departure LP champagne. The crew seemed a little taken aback too (some eye rolling in the galley and an amused ‘Shall I take that for you now sir?’ as soon as the food had been consumed).” The scenario which you just read was... The post Fast Food Brought Into the Premium Class Cabin: Is This Really a Controversy? app...
Tags: Travel, Santiago, Food And Drink, Dining, Airplanes And Aircraft, McDonald


Unicorns & Instagram: 14 Hands Invites You To “Chillhang”

Agency Copacino + Fujikado and Production Company The New Blank Create New Campaign For Broadcast & Social. The unbridled spirit of Washington, winery 14 Hands comes alive in a new campaign created by full-service production company The New Blank for agency Copacino + Fujikado. 14 Hands’ origin is rooted in a love of horses and, as the preferred wine of the Kentucky Derby, festiveness is in it’s core. So even if you live in Denver, you can transform any get-together into an animated celebration ...
Tags: Featured, Washington, Advertising, Food And Drink, Denver, Kentucky Derby, Bryan, Steiner, Kirsten, Copacino+Fujikado, Mike HaywardACD, 14 Hands, The New Blank, Nicole KoestelCopywriter, Caroline HenrySocial, Sam StuesserHead


Top 5 gourmet destinations in the Alps

One thing that draws us to the mountains as much as great ski areas and luxury hotels are the gourmet restaurants serving culinary delights. Restaurants in the mountains continue to get better and better and many of them are collecting Michelin stars at an exceptional rate. Here are five glorious gourmet destinations in the Alps. […] The post Top 5 gourmet destinations in the Alps appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Restaurants, Italy, Switzerland, Food And Drink, Alps, Michelin, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Travel Miscellany


An Interesting Conversation About Tipping at a Restaurant Pick-Up Counter

The meal had already been paid via the Internet; so all I had to do was head on over to the restaurant to pick it up. This particular restaurant is located near where I am based. Whether I dine in or take the food out to bring home, my experiences there are generally good; and the customer service recovery is usually at least satisfactory whenever an issue arises. When I arrived at the restaurant slightly earlier than when the food was supposed to be ready, I walked over to the counter where the...
Tags: Travel, Food And Drink, Financial, Dining, Gratuities and Tips


Meet Bobbie, a baby formula delivery startup promising healthier ingredients

Don’t like the idea of your baby guzzling down liquid candy all day? It may surprise you to find corn syrup is the main ingredient in most infant formulas in the U.S. That’s where Bobbie, a Bay Area-based baby formula delivery startup promising only wholesome ingredients hopes to fill in. Just go down the baby food aisle of any supermarket in America and start reading the ingredients and you’ll likely find corn syrup, soy bean oil, glucose syrup, maltodextrin and palm oil at the top. Even “organ...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Europe, Germany, Funding, America, San Francisco, Tech, United States, Venture Capital, Food And Drink, Airbnb, Mothers Day, Bay Area


Mood Food

Burger King just introduced “Real Meals”, a campaign that allows people to choose menus based on their (bad) mood. Seen as a dig at McDonald’s Happy Meals and social media’s portrayal of perfection, Burger King’s limited editions don’t shy away from reality, offering meals when [being pissed, sad or not giving a f***]. Society and human behavior are messy, and research shows that not showing up perfect and polished leads to higher appeal and likability among shoppers. Brands are starting to ac...
Tags: Sem, Fast Food, Food And Drink, Mcdonalds, Burger King, Macro Trend, Shopper Mindsets, Integer, Integer.com, Shopper Culture, Shopper Marketing, The Integer Group, Audience Understanding, Shopper, Shoppercultre.com, Branding and selling


Batasas and the Parsi Bakery: Not Just Dhansak Ep 02 Featuring Cyrus Dotiwala

On this episode, Bawi Bride Perzen Patel is in conversation with the sixth generation owner of the very famous Dotivala Bakery in Surat, Cyrus Dotivala. Cyrus shares the story of how bread traveled from Dutch settlers to Parsis and how the famous Parsi Batasas and Nankhatai were invented. Together they talk about multi-generational businesses and how technology is required for them to stay relevant today. What is the future of Parsi and Irani bakeries in India? To what length can one adapt and c...
Tags: Life, India, Food And Drink, Parsi, Irani, Perzen Patel, Nankhatai, Batasas, Cyrus Dotiwala, Dotivala Bakery, Surat Cyrus Dotivala Cyrus, Parsi Batasas, Batasa


Asma’s Indian Kitchen

  When one is reviewing a cook book, one usually tries to make 2 or 3 recipes from the book, but with this one I decided to go all out. My family and I love Indian food, and I have some much beloved and well-used curry recipes from an Indian-East African friend, so I was […]
Tags: Travel, Books, Food And Drink, Non-fiction, Elizabeth, Asma


A Bid to Maintain One of the World’s Oldest Culinary Traditions

For the ever dwindling Parsi community of western India, food is both pleasure and heritage — and a secret language in danger of dying out. TO TASTE DHANSAK at the Ripon Club in Mumbai — whose version of the slow-cooked, densely spiced lentil, vegetable and meat stew is one of the city’s greatest pleasures — you must come on a Wednesday, and you must be invited. Only members and their guests are permitted to enter, and membership is granted only to Parsis, the descendants of Persian Zoroastria...
Tags: Amazon, England, New York, London, Life, India, Africa, Time, Iran, Colombia, Afghanistan, Czech Republic, Prague, Paris, Islam, Burma