After the news late last month that 160-year-old Bayview restaurant the Old Clam House was on the market, owners Jerry Dal Bozzo and Dante Serafini have announced that they are retiring, as first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle (SFGATE and the San Francisco Chronicle are both owned by Hearst but operate independently of one another). The pair also own North Beach’s the Stinking Rose, which
As college campuses shift to provide diverse cuisines, TCU Dining is embracing the
concept. Following student survey responses from the fall, the team is enthusiastically
incorporating more international foods, and – upon review of the campus culinary team’s
international specialties and the trending foods in the area – they landed on first
introducing birria tacos.
Birria tacos traditionally consist of braised meat inside a corn tortilla that’s been
pan-fried and are then filed with cheese, cilantro lime and onion. Next up? How to
best showcase and promote the new item. Chef Russ Humphries opted for a one-night
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Openings and closures
Late last month, a popular Dallas-based pizzeria chain flipped its last pie in the Austin area. Shuttering officially on May 23, Cane Rosso had been serving Neapolitan-style pizzas, as well as salads, pasta, and cocktails from its South Austin spot since 2016. When it opened, the Austin-based operation gained notoriety for unique menu items like a barbecue pizza pie featuring brisket from
MANILA, Philippines —This year’s “KAIN NA! Food and Travel Festival” was made special by the tour developed by members of the Philippine Tour Operators Association Inc. (PHILTOA) and the food tourism consortium, according to Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat.
The food and travel festival is once again a hybrid edition in partnership with Ayala Malls.
With the theme “Food Tourism Reboot,” Kain na! which began last June 10 served a signature line-up of digital events such as the Global PROSPECTives in Food and Gastronomy Tourism, Food Tourism Exchange, and Food Tourism 101 which would be held until June 13.
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James Corden has been accused of fuelling “anti-Asian racism” by “continuously mocking” the continent’s food on his talk show.
The Late Late Show host has come under fire for his recurring segment Spill Your Guts in which his celebrity guests, who have included Kim Kardashian, Gordon Ramsay and Chrissy Teigen in the past, are given the option of eating “gross” foods or answering a personal question.