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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On average, more than one in five Black non-Hispanic and Hispanic households with children reported that their children sometimes or often did not have enough to eat during the past week as of March 29, 2021. The Household Pulse Survey, which provides these food insufficiency estimates, was developed through a partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau to produce timely information on the economic and social effects of COVID-19 on U.S. households. Households were classified as having children with food insufficiency if the adult survey respondent said children in the household were not eating enough “sometimes” or “often” in the last

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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

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SOUTH PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — COVID-19 has devastated chefs and restaurants, causing hardship and closings throughout the area.

Chef Ange Branca had to close her James Beard-nominated restaurant Sate Kampar in May. Her new ‘pivot venture’ is considered unique — even among her fellow chefs.

Kampar Kitchen is a way to have a rotating group of diverse chefs cook and sell the cuisines of their culture every week, offering them a new platform for their creations, and customers an opportunity to try some new foods.

Orders are cooked and picked up at a large kitchen space in The Bok Building.


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BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) – Two people were shot and killed late Saturday evening outside of Famous Dave’s restaurant in Branson.

Branson police have identified the victims as Krystle L. Buhl, 38, of Forsyth, and Richard A. Mc Mahan, 39, of Merriam Woods. Next of kin have been notified.

The Branson Police Department responded to reports of a shooting late Saturday to Famous Dave’s in 1800 block of West 76 Country Boulevard.

First responders found two people shot in a parking lot. One victim died at the scene, while the other died from injuries after being sent to the hospital.


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The complexity and transparency of a supply chain or indeed a network is an important characteristic that helps to determine where fraud risks exist. Therefore, it is pivotal to map and deconstruct the Chinese and the EU ginger market and to identify critical nodes along the chain.

The information about the ginger markets in China and the EU was obtained from the Food and Agriculture Organization Corporate Statistical Database (FAOSTAT) as well as Tridge. The basic scheme of the ginger supply network from China to the EU was generated from 13 articles including five government reports (Supplementary Table 1) related

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