The aromas rushing through my car window at the drive-through of the Donut Shop in Buckhannon, West Virginia, were a heady mash-up of late-night pizza and early-morning bakery. I had planned to drive to a nearby scenic overlook to eat my pepperoni rolls, but I never made it out of the parking lot. Instead, I tore straight into the bag, pleased to see drips of red grease on the wrappers—a sure sign that the rolls were generously filled and wouldn’t be dry. The first bite was burn-my-whistle hot. I didn’t care, although after things cooled a bit, I was
The story of chef Ivan Torres has been told in some of San Antonio’s best kitchens. Just 26, the owner of the Mexican-Asian fusion food trailer Mai-O-Mai already has worked the stoves with chefs Geronimo Lopez at Botika, Luca Della Casa at Nonna Osteria and Steve McHugh at Landrace.… Read more
Weddings are one of the most important events in a bride and groom’s life. A lot of preparation goes into making the wedding guests happy and make sure that they have a good time as they bless the newlyweds.
But, a bride and groom took a different route and released a note for the wedding guests where the price range of their gifts would decide the kind of dinner they will receive at the wedding.
A photo of the note is being massively shared on social media in which the bride and groom asked the guests to let them know
Walmart has teamed up with media company Meredith Corp. to help families buy ingredients for meals and prepare them more easily via artificial intelligence-powered meal planning, shoppable recipes, visual search, chatbots, virtual assistants and social media.
Under the partnership, announced Wednesday, consumers will be able to shop for Walmart food and grocery products across Meredith’s portfolio of media brands, including Allrecipes, Better Homes & Gardens, Parents, EatingWell and Real Simple. Through these new “shoppable ad experiences,” customers can access content providing meal solutions and add recipe ingredients directly to their Walmart online grocery cart for pickup or delivery.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has updated the Sept. 6 recall of European Butcher brand bacon “chuncks” and smoked side bacon slices distributed in Ontario for fear of Listeria contamination.
CFIA said its food recall warning issued on Sept. 6 has been updated to include additional product information. This additional information was identified during the CFIA food safety investigation. European Butcher is recalling European Butcher brand bacon “chunks” and smoked side bacon slices from the marketplace because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.
Sunday marks the crystal anniversary of the North Fork Foodie Tour, the annual self-guided exploration of the North Fork’s agricultural and culinary treasures.
Ticket holders have access to a dozen venues, as well as the opportunity to meet farmers, artisans and chefs who turn the region’s agricultural bounty into some of Long Island’s most celebrated foods.
In 2006, about 200 people embarked on the first tour organized by the North Fork Reform Synogogue in Cutchogue; that figure had almost tripled by 2019. Last year’s “tour” occurred solely online via Zoom, but still managed to draw more than 150 people to