Now Serving in Silver Lake: Filipino purple take on the French yule log cake

Now Serving in Silver Lake: Filipino purple take on the French yule log cake
SILVER LAKE – This is why we have fusion cuisine – so we can experience a Filipino spin on a French Christmas cake. Los Angeles Magazine reports that Kristine de la Cruz, pastry chef at FrankieLucy Bakeshop, is doing her own take on the classic Bûche …
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In the Kitchen: Gluten and Dairy Free French Onion Soup
(WAVY) — Everyone knows the best part of french onion soup is the gooey melted cheese over a toasted bread island. So it may surprise you to know Kristin Osborne can recreate this culinary masterpiece without gluten or dairy! To see what else she …
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Copycat McDonald’s French Fries Recipe
Put all three oils in a big pan and let it heat to 375°F. Mix together ice, beef stock, soy milk and baking powder till well combined. Peel and chop potatoes into fries. Dip the fries in the beef stock mixture and let it soak for a few seconds. Put the …
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Two New York Chefs Bring Together Filipino and Thai Food

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Two New York Chefs Bring Together Filipino and Thai Food
If you look up “Filipino and Thai food” on the internet, search results compare the two cuisines. And apparently, “Filipino food is frequently contrasted with Thai food” and has been called Thai food’s “ugly sister”. This is news to Chef King …
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Thai dishes shine brightest at Spices Asian Restaurant in North Kansas City
It is always nice when an unexpected gem turns up in an unlikely place. At Spices Asian Restaurant in North Kansas City, one of those jewels is a plate of fried chicken wings served in a sublime glistening, garlicky sauce flecked with whole Thai basil …
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Restaurant Review: Thai food treat at Chang Tai
Thai food must be one of the world’s most popular culinary styles, as testified by the huge number of Thai food outlets around the world. Even in Harare, we have a choice in this regard, with no fewer than two dedicated restaurants and a specialised …
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