Start the year off with a bang.

By Matt Meltzer
Updated on 12/20/2021 at 4:55 PM

Vogue Magazine
By Isiah Magsino
December 15, 2021

For even the most seasoned host and hostess, the month of December doubles as the soirée Olympics. Holiday decoration ideas must be carefully thought of, table sets must be cohesive, dress codes must be communicated, and holiday treats must be flavored to perfection. Partaking in these practices is just part of what makes the season so festive.


The holiday season is in full swing, and with it, holiday entertaining and parties. Getting the right festive vibes, the cheerful music and the overall warm and welcoming holiday atmosphere can sometimes get stressful. But as long as you have the libations flowing and plenty of good food and treats for your guests, chances are it will all work out. Even if you have a guest or two you can’t stand.

South Florida Sun Sentinel | Dec 09, 2021 9:50 AM

You will NOT be put on the naughty list because you don’t cook dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

Nov 30, 2021 | By CA Editors

The joy of the holidays comes with some responsibilities — most obviously inspired giving. If your gift list is populated with lovers of the leaf your task is easier: simply scour our ratings of fine, handmade smokes for the appropriate box of presents. For those who want to be more creative, we’ve compiled the following gift guide that includes not only cigar accessories the accouterments and aspirational items that accompany our never-ending pursuit of the good life. From $15 to $15,000, you’re sure to find something for the cigar aficionado on your list.

After 15 years with an import ban, Americans will now be able to purchase purebred Beluga caviar across the country. It's now officially legal for consumption all thanks to one company, Marky's Caviar. Starting off at a staggering $420 for just half an ounce, you can now have the ultra-rare Beluga caviar delivered straight to your doorstep. Historically, this item was seen as a luxurious product in fine-dining or white glove celebrations (via Bloomberg). However, the roles have since reversed and we can now see caviar on everything from potatoes to donuts.

By Arlene Borenstein-Zuluaga
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Feb 18, 2021 at 11:06 AM

By Ben Crandell
South Florida Sun Sentinel | Feb 18, 2021 at 4:18 PM

Pure beluga caviar, a banned U.S. import, is a rare dining experience unless you’re a member of the international jet set. Or a South Florida resident.Beluga sturgeon aren’t much to look at, but Miami’s Mark Zaslavsky has carried on a decades-long affair with these critically endangered fish, pampering them for years in exchange for caviar made from their eggs.

MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

Sturgeon Aquafarms LLC and Marky's have become the only legal purveyors of purebred beluga caviar in the United States, launching the highly-sought after product on Marky’s website and in its offline stores this month.

Since 1983, Florida-based Marky’s Caviar Group has been an innovator within the specialty retail and caviar business, having been among the first in the U.S. to import rare varieties of caviar, smoked salmon, cheeses, charcuterie and other fine foods.