Culinary Tour

  • “Tour de France” at The French Brasserie Rustique

    Dishes from the The French Brasserie Rustique’s Nice menu and their paired wines. Photo courtesy The French Brasserie Rustique

    Go on a global culinary adventure without leaving your zip code. Chef Vincenzo Betulia, chef-owner of The French Brasserie Rustique in Naples, unveiled “Tour de France,” a monthly series of specials from the country’s culinary capitals. The specials, which include an optional wine pairing, are created in partnership with Chef Benoît Valota, who recently joined the restaurant from top chef positions at Michelin-starred restaurants in France.

    “Chef ‘Ben’ and I have a culinary chemistry that allows us to combine our experience

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The Global Food Dispenser Market research report delivers valuable insights into the existing and prospective trends observed in the industry, to give the readers a holistic view of market offerings, helping them recognize promising investment opportunities and other factors driving the revenue generation and overall profitability. The Food Dispenser Market report offers an extensive investigation of all the relevant market features affecting its progress on both regional and global scales, while evaluating market drivers, restraints, hurdles, obstacles, and industry-centric trends. The report further deduces key trends observed in the historical data, along with upstream and downstream evaluation of major

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SINGAPORE – The National Day Parade may have been postponed, dining in banned and social gatherings curtailed, but do not let these restrictions dampen your mood for Singapore’s 56th birthday.

Food and beverage (F&B) businesses are rolling out takeaway and delivery deals, with many coming up with creations specially for National Day.

And what better way to show your patriotism than to support the country’s F&B operators.

The Straits Times checks out eight National Day-inspired items.

1. Singaporean breakfast cheesecake

Robust flavours of locally sourced Nanyang coffee powder are infused into the smooth cream cheese of the Singaporean Breakfast cheesecake

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During the pandemic, Andrea Xu foud a new way to tap into her Asian heritage and help connect consumers to the flavors, ingredients and dishes that are deeply rooted in her culture’s cuisine.

The young entrepreneur spoke to “Good Morning America” about how her unique culinary experience growing up to Chinese parents in Spain before living in the U.S. for a decade shaped her tastes and sparked an idea to launch her own food business this March.

Umamicart is an online grocery store that delivers hundreds of hand-curated Asian-owned products. From fruits and veggies to cuts of meat and traditional

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Police in Mesa arrested a couple after investigators discovered their children living in a home full of trash and no running water.

An anonymous tip led detectives to the home on July 20.

The couple’s three young girls told officers they had no food or water and that they would often walk to a neighbor’s home for help. Police say they were also not enrolled in school.

According to court paperwork, a family member had given the couple money to help, but they admitted to

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Across Britain, a slow-burning problem has ignited into a supply chain crisis in recent weeks as restaurants, supermarkets and food manufacturers warned customers that some popular products may be temporarily unavailable because of a shortage of truck drivers.

McDonald’s milkshakes, Nando’s chicken, Haribo sweets and supermarket milk are among the items that have become scarce in Britain over the summer. But it goes far beyond food: Nearly every industry is complaining about delivery problems. And already organizations are warning that logistics issues could upend the arrival of Christmas toys and the trimmings crucial to family holiday meals.

A long-running shortage

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Summertime BBQ ribs are getting a veggie twist with corn.

TikTok users have been cooking up corn ribs as the latest social media food trend, which has more than 10.6 million views under its hashtag.

The trend involves slicing whole cobs of corn into vertical sections, dressing it with a seasoned sauce or spread and cooking it much like you would with pork or beef ribs. When heated up, the sliced corn pieces curl up in a way that looks similar to its meaty counterparts.


Feel Good Foodie founder Yumna

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