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Death by Pizza, Delray Beach

Koby Wexler’s popular pizza pop-up has begun slinging Detroit-style pies out of its new brick-and-mortar in Delray Beach, on the corner of Northeast Second Street and South Federal Highway. Early in the pandemic, customers who saw Death By Pizza’s tantalizing rectangles (and death metal-reminiscent logo) on Instagram first had to prepay online, then wait all week for Wexler’s “pizza drops” the following Wednesday or Sunday. The foundation of his pizza crust is sourdough, created with a 9-month-old starter Wexler fed daily out of his family’s Two

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In recent months, tensions have mounted between CPG brands and their retail customers over how far and fast to hike prices. Record levels of food inflation across the region – up 13.1% in the eurozone for October, according to Eurostat – suggest that food makers have been largely successful in winning pricing concessions that reflect the inflationary pressure they are feeling.

However, a grim economic outlook is likely to make this picture more challenging. A number of multinational CPG companies have spoken of deteriorating sentiment in Western European markets. 

Most recently, the issue was flagged by confectionery giant Mondelez International

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If there’s one cuisine that dominates Hamilton’s bustling food scene, it’s Italian. 

It’s not hard to see why, either. Hamilton is a city known for its massive Italian community and, beyond that, Italian food is simply delicious and universally loved. Nothing exemplifies comfort food more than a heaping plate of Pasta all’Amatriciana or a Neapolitan-style wood-fired pizza. 

That’s why FestItalia – a local organization that has been promoting and uplifting Italian culture and heritage in Hamilton for 47 years – has created a celebratory culinary tour through the Hammer’s Italian food scene, which kicked off on September 20th and runs

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(Photos: Franko Kelam)

Zagreb, November 4, 2022 – In the very heart of the centre of Zagreb a unique pan-Asian restaurant has opened its doors.

Silk Street Food, which brings a touch of the popular cuisine of the Far East to the Croatian metropolis, serving an incredible selection of freshly prepared dishes has opened at Masarykova 18. 

Only established chefs from Asia work in the kitchen, and the menu offers everything from sushi and gyoza, to woks and classic meat dishes such as Peking duck. 

The best of Asian cuisine in downtown Zagreb as Silk Street Food opens

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

The best of Asian cuisine in downtown Zagreb as Silk Street Food opens

(Photo credit: Franko Kelam)

In the past few months since its

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