Holiday Cookies

’Tis the season for enjoying delicious food. Between the barbecues at the college football tailgate, holiday cookies and New Year’s Eve, food consumes us nearly 24 hours a day. So naturally, when you travel, deciding where to eat is essential.

For our beef lovers, we have Big Beef Paradise.  See a selection of restaurants across the US that cater to the carnivore in us all.

This holiday season, warm up with our Hot and Spicy Food Paradise slideshow and Food Paradise: Cookies slideshow. Great ideas for the cookie monster in us all.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    In spite of just having finished a fabulous 2 hour lunch and over-the-top dessert with friends this afternoon, the sight of those Yves St. LaRaisin cookies from The Designer Cookie shop in Toronto has me seriously thinking about dinner, which at this point could easily consist of several of those scrumptious looking cookies and nothing more.

    As the saying goes, when only the best will do, anytime is the right time for an Yves St. LaRaisin fest.

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