Culinary Arts Kitchen

Culinary Arts Kitchen
“Who doesn’t like to shop at the Farmer’s Market?” asks Tom Marsico incredulously. A local home-based chef who specializes in Italian cooking, Marsico can’t imagine not using the freshest ingredients possible in any dish he makes. “Freshness is …
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QC partnership picking 200 culinary arts scholars
The Center for Culinary Arts’ (CCA Manila) social advocacy arm, Culinary Education Foundation (CEF), has partnered with the Rotary Club of Sto. Domingo Quezon City, and the Rotary International District 3780 to provide vocational scholarship to 200 …
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HCC to hold open house for new culinary arts center
HOLYOKE — Holyoke Community College is giving tours of its new culinary arts and hospitality education and training center on Saturday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. as part of the Celebrate Holyoke festival. The new $ 6.2 million, 19,888-square-foot HCC MGM …
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Dragonbeard Kitchen Brings Asian-Texas Fusion Fare to Northeast Austin

cusineDragonbeard Kitchen Brings Asian-Texas Fusion Fare to Northeast Austin
Asian-Texas fusion food truck Fresh Off the Truck is opening its own brick and mortar restaurant this year. Find Dragonbeard Kitchen within the Walnut Creek Business Park. It’s soft open right now until Saturday, January 21, with the grand debut pegged …
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The Top 5 Trends Of .6 Mn Indian Food and Beverages Industry
These days, we can find several variations of fusion cuisine like desi taste in tacos, burger patties made using Indian spices, pastas prepared with Indian ingredients, etc. across most QSR chains in India. Furthermore, modern concepts like molecular …
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Location, Location, Location! Bethlyn’s Global Fusion delights in its new spot
Following that success, she further cemented her reputation as a powerful creative force with her work in her Global Fusion food truck. It was the easiest decision in the world to drive a little past The Lot and snuggle up on a bench to eat one of her …
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Dinner & A Show: Cibare Italian Kitchen

cusineDinner & A Show: Cibare Italian Kitchen
At River City Casino in St. Louis, casino-goers now can get a taste of authentic Italian cuisine. Cibare translates as “to feed or nourish” from Italian, and Cibare Italian Kitchen opened in November following the recent debut of another dining option …
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Appetite for pizza and Italian food spikes in December, NPD Group reveals
When Britons eat out this Christmas, whether they are looking for simple food-on-the-go while shopping, a high street sit-down snack or meal, or a more formal dining occasion, many might have one thing on their mind: Pizza. Monthly visit figures over five …
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I had the ultimate Italian vacation — without eating a single slice of pizza
Yes, ice cream. It’s worshipped more than any other food, Sicilian or otherwise. Many even claim the dessert was invented on the Italian island. Licking their copa nostras (individual cups) at Pasticceria Recupero, a gelato haven, these men make me …
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How to Make ‘Tex-Mex From Scratch’ in Your Own Kitchen

cusineHow to Make ‘Tex-Mex From Scratch’ in Your Own Kitchen
Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Week is Tex-Mex From Scratch by Jonas Cramby, an author, food writer, and café blogger who fell so hard for the spicy border cuisine that he named his daughters Dixie Margarita and Lone Star. “Although the word Tex-Mex …
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Tex-Mex invasion?
The restaurant can be a nice getaway to dine a patio, have a great time with the family and eat some Mexican food but wait, Tex- Mex? “I had the taco salad. It was amazing,” Amanda Merena said. Merena came to Chuy’s for a salad but did it fill the urge …
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A contemporary spin on Mexican cuisine
“Most people know Mexican food as your basic tacos and tostadas, but we want to do something more, bring that modern part of Mexico.” Diaz, a native of the country, decided he wanted to open his own place a couple years ago. After living in New West …
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