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For thousands of years, wine has served as the beverage among friends and comrades. Having been served to kings, Pharaohs, royals and common men alike, wine has helped to bring people together for centuries. Although today there are thousands of different kinds of grapes that make this delectable and decadent beverage, wine still holds the same basic properties that it did ages ago.
“Wine is good for you” – this statement has been speculated and debated about for some time, but regardless of what some people may tell you, it has been proven that just one glass a day can help you live a long and healthy life. Grapes are filled with antioxidants and in that one glass, you can help to reduce your risk of heart attacks, strokes, heart disease, cataracts, colon cancer, and slow down brain decline.
Wine may just be the elixir of life and even a small portion of the fountain of youth.
Nothing is better than a homemade meal.
Chain restaurants seem to be taking over highways and malls. They offer great prices and promise awesome entrees and appetizers, but can they really beat the small hole-in-the-walls? Continue reading
Doc's is closed, don't let this happen to a diner near you!
Attention food lovers! Doc’s Diner may be closed, but that doesn’t mean that you have to let the same thing happen to other independent diners near you: this summer, take the time to find a new local business and give them your support. It can be through simple patronage, but also think about how raising awareness in your neighborhood can be of assistance. Continue reading
Hey there readers! As you all know, July 4 is just a few days away, and we thought we’d share this great infographic by Military V.A. Loan on the history of our nation’s birthday. It’s got numerous graphs and statistics detailing our progress from a small strip of colonies to the 50 states we are today, as well as advice on how to stay safe and avoid driving accidents during the holiday. Check out the infographic below:
Looks like some quality cookout!
If you’re an avid Doc’s Diner reader, you know how much we love independently-owned restaurants and small businesses. But the summer is in full swing, and what would a summer be without a little grilling out? Take the time this summer to really enjoy the weather and get together with your friends, neighbors, family, etc. for a cookout every once in a while. It’s a great tradition for a reason — good eats and a warm summer night are the perfect combination. Continue reading
Salads are the perfect side to go with any meal. I don’t usually eat salad on its own; I usually eat it with a sandwich or burger. During the summer, salad ingredients are most fresh, so it’s the perfect time to indulge in salads for lunch, dinner and snacks. There’s a few different recipes you can try.
Syracuse's Onondaga Creek.
When you think about New York state, a few important cities such as New York City and Albany probably pop into your head before Syracuse does. When people do think about Syracuse, the first thing that comes to mind is probably snow. However, Syracuse is so much more than just its winter! The city of Syracuse is riddled with countless small treasures, whether they be boutique shops such as EcoChic or charming diners such as Doc’s Little Gem Diner. Continue reading
If you’re looking to horseback ride in Syracuse, New York, you won’t be disappointed – many public barns and riding stables exist just for that reason. With Syracuse University’s population of 14000 undergraduates, recreational horseback riding generates quite a lot of traffic for both beginners just learning to ride, in addition to experienced riders who weren’t able to bring their horse to college, but are still looking to keep their skills up. At any barn, there are most likely a variety of different level lessons offered, whether you be looking for group or private.
Caesar salads appear in diners everywhere.
I’ve done quite a bit of traveling in my time, and one of my most enjoyed activities has always been sampling all the food that each new region has to offer. However, one tried-and-true favorite dish that I always look for is the Caesar salad. Wherever I look for it, I am rarely disappointed – most restaurants have some variety of this popular salad in their appetizers section. Continue reading
It seems like everyone these days is trying to cut back on the money they spend. The price of pretty much everything is going up, and you notice that you’re forcing yourself to say no to buying something that you don’t actually need such as the latest cell phone or iPad.
While it’s true that you don’t need to spend that $600 on that gadget, you do need to eat. Continue reading