Cookbook demystifies Indian food

Cookbook demystifies Indian food
Anupy Singla distills her life experience into one phrase: Indian as apple pie. Born in India and raised in Philadelphia, she’s always had a foot in both worlds. Cooking was the thing that kept her connected wherever she went. After becoming a mom, cooking …
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Fusion food becomes a rage in India
New Delhi, June 25 (IANS) International influences mixed with Indian flavours is something that is becoming big in India, say experts. “I feel there are a lot of things happening in the food and beverage business in India. I would say that international …
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Indian Food and the West
In this fourth in a series exploring food and identity in India, The Diplomat explores the country’s relationship with Western cuisine. In many Western countries, Indian food has for some time been an increasingly sought after ‘ethnic’ taste that …
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Top chefs review America’s toughest food critics

Top chefs review America’s toughest food critics
Critics launch and crush chefs’ careers and, to some degree at least, make and break restaurants. Most chefs spend years honing their craft in other peoples’ kitchens before opening their own places; restaurateurs typically toiled for others, then …
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Vana Kitchen Charm Necklace, Funny Greeting Card, Gift for Chefs and Bakers
Light and fluffy marshmallow frosting. Delicious to eat and easy to make! Recipe includes nutritional information. From http://BakingMischief.com Light and fluffy marshmallow frosting. Delicious to eat and easy to make! Recipe includes nutritional …
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Drop-In Chefs Help Seniors Stay In Their Own Homes
It’s one of the reasons that people move into assisted living facilities. But a company called Chefs for Seniors has an alternative: They send professional cooks into seniors’ homes. In a couple of hours they can whip up meals for the week. For more than a …
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“We use sustainable development goals and are producing healthy food”

“We use sustainable development goals and are producing healthy food”
The grape season in North America went well for Don Limón, the second year for the company’s grapes in Canada. “However, the European season, which has finished by now, was much more difficult. The year was good, volume-wise – we doubled our imports to …
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2 Boston Restaurants Shut Down Over Health Code Violations
The restaurants were each cited for 19 health code violations. These included allegedly storing raw chicken next to prepared food at Café Med and evidence of rodent activity at Back Bay Sandwich, according to WCVB. Other violations were for employees …
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What does the administration?s FY2018 budget mean for food politics”
Made with deliciously simple whole-food ingredients, this banana ?yogurt? from Nutrition Stripped is dairy-free. The banana blends with healthy fats f … You may not recognize John Mackey?s name, but you definitely know his business. Mackey is the …
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French Muslims Ease Cultural Tensions With French-Halal Food

French Muslims Ease Cultural Tensions With French-Halal Food
On a recent evening, Les Enfants Terribles, a Paris restaurant that serves French cuisine cooked with halal meat, was brimming with customers. Like many French Muslims, Kamil Saidi, who owns the restaurant, says he was disgusted by the recent political …
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Five French Foods That Aren’t French
In honor of Bastille Day, many an American will be chowing down on greasy French fries tonight, using the excuse of “Hey, it’s French independence day” as an excuse to gorge on the tasty fried potatoes. But, damn, there are simply so many things wrong with …
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Comparing French and Italian Food
According to a very unscientific poll we did on Facebook, the winner for favorite European cuisine by a landslide was Italian. This may be due in part to its popularity in America – after all, entire aisles of supermarkets are dedicated to pasta and sauce.
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Caramel Pecan French Toasted Angel Food Cake

Caramel Pecan French Toasted Angel Food Cake
Who doesn’t love bread fried in butter – right? French toast is one of my favorite breakfast foods (second only to Belgian waffles) and I especially enjoy thinking up new ways to serve it. This recipe is so easy because you start with ready-made angel food …
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This 200-Year-Old Map Tells You Where All Your Favorite French Foods Come From
Detail-rich printed maps may have fallen out of favor as eyes increasingly shift from paper to screens, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still some very very cool maps out there that can’t be replicated on Google. Behold: the Gastronomical Map of …
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French Food Recipes
The French loved olive oil, garlic, fish, and fresh vegetables long before they were touted as key foods in healthy living. Try our classic French recipes that your whole family will enjoy. Try our salad nicoise or our coq au vin blanc tonight. From the …
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LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May

LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May
Mark your calendars for the first week of May, because the LUCKYRICE Festival is back in town, bringing with it top chefs from Asia, Hawaii and across the United States, for a week of Asian food and culture events that take the concept of food festivals …
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Oberlin Students Think Americanized Asian Food Is Cultural Appropriation. They’re So Wrong.
Americanized Chinese food is not cultural appropriation. Photo Illustration by Joe Raedle/Getty Images When I was little, my Singaporean-Chinese family used to go out for dim sum in L.A.’s Chinatown. Squished between a million other families, we’d sit …
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America’s Hunger For Asian Food May Finally Be Catching Up To Danielle Chang
Talk about being ahead of the curve. Danielle Chang brought the first Asian-style night market to Brooklyn back in 2010, long before regional Thai and Vietnamese became buzzy cuisines in major American cities, and a full half-decade before Anthony Bourdain …
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Can You Say Couscous? 4 Places to Try Moroccan Food

Can You Say Couscous? 4 Places to Try Moroccan Food
We’re sure that your kiddos are familiar with couscous of the Whole Foods variety. But, isn’t it time to take it up a notch and introduce them to the real McCoy? We’re talking Moroccan. That’s right, authentic Moroccan. You know, the kind that is …
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Moroccan agriculture: Facing the challenges of a divided system
Moroccan agriculture is divided between a modern industrial sector that primarily produces food for export, and smallholdings that produce food mainly for local markets and farmers’ own subsistence. More than 70% of farmers work fewer than five hectares …
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5 restaurants to eat Moroccan food in Toronto
Moroccan restaurants in Toronto do exist although they’re a bit difficult to find. And what is Moroccan food anyway? Think of it as food that’s spiced but not necessarily spicy, and flavorful without overwhelming your senses. While spins on classic dishes …
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The Best Thai Food You Can Eat

The Best Thai Food You Can Eat
I know Monday’s post was a bit of a Debbie Downer, but don’t worry, I’m not done writing about travel  just being a permanent nomad. So in a complete 180 from Monday’s post, let’s talk about travel and my love of good Thai food. When I …
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Learning to dance in the rain
Certain words, jewelry, music, baby clothes, books we bought together, mangos, headphones, Thai food, power tools, violin music. On, and on. Everyday things that have memories and stories attached that only I know about, not to mention all of our children …
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Cheap Eats, Cheap Labor: The Hidden Human Costs Of Those Lists
A treasure map to $ 1 tacos! $ 4 banh mi! $ 6 pad Thai! More often than not, the Xs that mark the cheap spots are in the city’s immigrant enclaves. Indeed, food media is never so diverse as when it runs these lists, its pages fill with names of restaurateurs …
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Meals on Wheels: Campus Food Trucks

cusineMeals on Wheels: Campus Food Trucks
John Nguyen is the owner of Chicago Lunchbox, a food truck specializing in Asian fusion cuisine. He is Vietnamese-American, married to a woman from Thailand, and draws inspiration from his friends from all across East and Southeast Asia when preparing his …
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Fusion food: the fine art of mixing it
It wasn’t exactly a traditional full English. But the breakfast udon soup at Soho’s Koya Bar was delicious, the noodles in a pork broth topped with a couple of tender rashers of bacon and a delicately poached egg. So, not an English dish – but not …
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Soul Stone restaurant delivers the ultimate in Asian fusion cuisine
The motto at Soul Stone restaurant at 2701 St. Joseph Blvd. is uniquely exceptional, and it couldn’t be more true. The food at Soul Stone is indeed exceptional, and the cooking techniques used by co-owner and Head Chef Sam He, are truly unique.
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6 great restaurants for spicy food

cusine6 great restaurants for spicy food
Spicy food is glorious stuff, particularly in times of duress, or when the weather is unreasonably chilly, or when you’ve misplaced that bottle of Double Chicken Brand Sriracha you still keep in your bag. So which restaurant to head for when the need for …
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LOOK: This Adopted Dog Visits Different Restaurants, Thanks To His New Pawrent
This is not your typical rags to riches plot because it’s way cuter than that. Here’s a story about a homeless dog who got adopted by a well-off man who loves him and cares for him enough to bring him wherever he goes. Look at his adorable pictures …
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Stay Out Late During Inauguration Week at These 13 DC Bars and Restaurants
Hacks to Make Your Tiny NYC Apartment Seem Bigger (Yes, It’s Possible) For DC residents, Inauguration Week always comes with a slew of headaches, from navigating expansive road closures to jostling through masses of clueless tourists. But there is one …
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