Pearl Ma sets up her iPhone stand at her kitchen in New York City. (Photo by Jeenah Moon for The Washington Post)
Pearl Ma sets up her iPhone stand at her kitchen in New York City. (Jeenah Moon for The Washington Post)

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Pearl (Yiping) Ma draws you into her TikTok with the words, “Hey foreigners, let’s traumatize Italians.” Off the bat, she’s every Italian grandmother’s worst nightmare: She threatens to break the linguine but instead cuts the cooked pasta with a knife, then breaks an egg on top before brushing Chinese soybean paste and oyster sauce onto the thin strips.

But then she starts to explain. “Pasta is a lot

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Culinary Tourism Market

Rise in exposure of people to different forms of social media has enhanced their knowledge about various trends shaping the tourism industry

44-845-528-1300, UNITED STATES, UNITED STATES, July 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rise in exposure of people to different forms of social media has enhanced their knowledge about various trends shaping the tourism industry. Social media is increasingly becoming a pseudo-travel agent. Customers are increasingly opting for travel services and products by taking advice from the people who have either stayed or traveled there before.

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Kristine M. Kierzek

Janice Thomas got her first taste for French food as a young child in Oregon. Those early meals created great memories, but also the foundation for her love of food, cooking and travel. 

For years, she traveled back and forth from Arizona to Door County, where her husband’s family had a home. She trained as a nurse but often talked about having a cooking school of her own someday. When her husband found a spot in Ellison Bay, they launched Savory Spoon Cooking School. 

Thomas has now spent nearly two decades teaching people to cook and leading

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NEW YORK, July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Culinary Tourism Market is expected to grow by USD 31.42 billion at a CAGR of 6.53% during the forecast period. The rising preference for culinary tourism is notably driving the culinary tourism market growth. The market is segmented by type (domestic and international) and geography (Europe, North America, APAC, South America, and MEA). The culinary tourism market report also offers information on several market vendors, including Abercrombie & Kent USA LLC, Butterfield & Robinson Inc., Classic Journeys, G Adventures, Gourmet On Tour Ltd., Greaves Travel Ltd., International

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PITTSBORO — Pittsboro’s Small Cafe B and B (formally The Small B&B Cafe) has new owners with ambitious plans to infuse the quaint, downtown eatery with flavors from around the world.

“We want to preserve the essence of the place,” Christoffel Verwoerdt, the restaurant’s one-third owner, told the News + Record. “But we’re definitely going to put our mark on it.”

Verwoerdt bought the property earlier this summer with his wife, Lisa, and her nephew, Chef R.L. Boyd. The restaurant — at 219 East Street, immediately east of the downtown traffic circle

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Restaurant Plénitude.Photo: By Alexandre Tabaste

Then, there’s the classic French bistro on the seventh floor, ​​Le Tout-Paris. Sit at the bar, in the dining room, on the terrace, or in the garden while enjoying everything from tomato pie, to frites, to a soufflé au chocolat. On Sundays there is dimanche à la folie, a festive French feast where the dish to order is the roast chicken. “Le Tout-Paris, with its beautiful gardens, balconies and fresh look, features the best of Parisian brasserie food,” explains Boyens.

For their fourth and final restaurant, Cheval Blanc called on a neighboring city: Milan.

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