#Good Food

Albuquerque, NMKRQE News 13

Social media personality stops in Albuquerque for food challenge

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A popular social media personality is bringing her passion for food challenges to New Mexico, highlighting some local restaurants. Raina Huang is known to her half a million Youtube subscribers for traveling and completing food challenges. This time, she showed them some challenges in Albuquerque. “I just thought it was a very interesting place and Albuquerque isn’t really known for any food challenges,” she said.
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Secret Side Effects of Eating Cauliflower, Says Science

If you've stepped foot in a grocery store any time over the past few years, it's almost a guarantee that you have encountered some of your favorite foods in cauliflower form. From pizza to rice to even cookies, cauliflower is certainly having a moment. Thanks to its neutral flavor and...
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It’s Official: Arizona’s Very Own Gilbert Is One Of The Country’s Coolest Towns To Visit This Year

Small towns aren’t the only charming places in Arizona worth planning a trip to – big cities deserve some love, too! According to Matador Network, Gilbert is among the coolest towns in the U.S. to visit in 2021, and we couldn’t agree more. Here are some of the reasons why: Have you ever visited Gilbert? […] The post It’s Official: Arizona’s Very Own Gilbert Is One Of The Country’s Coolest Towns To Visit This Year appeared first on Only In Your State.
Spartanburg, SCSpartanburg Herald-Journal

Bearded Bros. BBQ brings Texas-style barbecue to Spartanburg

It just made sense, bringing Texas-style, wood-smoked barbecue to Spartanburg. And after a year and a half of testing recipes, and building up a catering following, Dan Pope and his partners knew it was time. This week, they opened Bearded Bros. BBQ at 827 Union St., Spartanburg. The restaurant specializes...
Oberlin, OHmynews13.com

Chef opens dream bistro in Oberlin

OBERLIN, Ohio — A northeast Ohio man is turning his dream of owning a restaurant into reality. Chef Robert Ulmann has done it all during his 40 years in the restaurant business. "Started bussing, enjoying the business, enjoying the people I was working with, got into cooking and enjoyed that...
Pittsburgh, PAtheincline.com

Pittsburgh food in August 2021: What’s new and coming soon

A new month has begun, and you know what that means. We’re back with our monthly food-and-drink updates, with everything from coffee to cocktails, smoothies to sandwiches, and pizza to pick-up eats. First and foremost, we’d like to recognize what a difficult time it is for Pittsburgh’s restaurant and hospitality...
Jasper, IN104.1 WIKY

Vaccination Clinic at Strassenfest

Strassenfest in Jasper starts Thursday and goes through the weekend. Not only will there be a lot of good food, but officials are also making it easy to get your COVID-19 vaccine. The Indiana State Department of Health will host a mobile clinic at the event Thursday night from 5...
Laughlin, NVMohave Daily News

Volunteers help food bank help others

LAUGHLIN — The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on many Tri-state residents. It's been particularly brutal on some regional charities, who have been hit on both sides. Not only has the demand for service grown because of the number of area residents who lost income or access to regular services because of closures and restrictions, but it has decimated the agencies’ roster of volunteers.
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Steve Schirripa Remembers the Decadent Eating Culture on “The Sopranos”

Best known for portraying Bobby “Bacala” Baccalieri on The Sopranos and Detective Anthony Abetemarco on Blue Bloods, Steve Schirripa recently surprised pedestrians in the heart of midtown Manhattan by standing guard at a billboard promoting high-end condiment company Sir Kensington’s. A native Brooklynite, the 63-year-old was perfectly at home playing...
Colorado Springs, COColorado Springs Independent

Sawatch Artisan Foods has headquartered in C. Springs with superior craft butters and cheeses

If you haven’t already seen their products at a local retailer or restaurant, it’s time to meet Sawatch Artisan Foods and co-owners/founders Jennifer Gomez and Tim Gomez. The three-year old company — craft sister outfit to commercial-scale Kansas Dairy Ingredients — runs its production out of Hugoton, Kansas, but it’s now headquartered in Colorado Springs, with a new facility planned to open in early 2022 at 2201 Hagerman St. (near Pub Dog Colorado).
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NBC News

It's not always 'curry': Desi cooks call for change to Western whitewashing of food

The Hindi expression “ghar ka khana” translates, quite simply, to “home food,” and it carries with it a certain sentimentality. It’s the crackling and pop of jeera hitting the pan. It’s the jarring whistle of the pressure cooker as dal softens on the stove. And the slightly sweet smell of just-done basmati rice has a universal meaning: It’s time to sit down for a meal.
Montana StatePosted by
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Comfort Food And Craft Beer Await You At Conflux Brewing Co. In Montana

If you love beer, Montana is definitely the place for you. Our craft beer scene has gone from great to amazing over the last decade — in fact, we’re currently ranked third in the nation for breweries per capita. And if you enjoy a good meal with your local brew, look no further than Conflux […] The post Comfort Food And Craft Beer Await You At Conflux Brewing Co. In Montana appeared first on Only In Your State.

Raw Broccoli Pasta Salad

This Mediterranean inspired raw broccoli pasta salad is a fantastic party food idea, full of delicious flavours and vibrant colour. It’s an easy, nutritious and surprisingly tasty way to serve broccoli. You might also like this healthy pasta with broccoli. This raw broccoli pasta salad is a combination of contrasting...
Providence, RImsn.com

A Local’s Guide to the Best Food in Rhode Island

When it comes to summer in New England, there’s really no place better than my home state of Rhode Island. I may be an extremely biased travel guide, but it’s true:. With over 400 miles of shoreline, the smallest state in the nation has no shortage of beaches. You can swing by the Tennis Hall of Fame for a match or plan an idyllic tailgate picnic at Newport Polo. Stroll down winding paths, wander under footbridges, or catch a gondola down three rivers to immerse yourself in Barnaby Evans' sculpture of 80 bonfires that light downtown Providence at Waterfire. None of that sounds appealing? You can always take a ferry to Block Island for a cocktail by the sea or venture to Watch Hill to scope out Taylor Swift’s mansion.
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Chicago Tribune

13 newcomers to the Takeout 100 feature virtual restaurants, some of Chicago’s best barbecue and superb deep-dish pizza

We don’t eat like we used to. And perhaps that’s a good thing. If there’s any pandemic silver lining we can suss out, it’s the explosion of creativity within the dining industry that had chefs of Michelin-starred restaurants flipping unbelievably good burgers, pioneering mixologists deducing how best to transport their intricate tipples, and culinary wizards working out the calculus of making ...
Durango, CODurango Herald

Farmers Market: Animas Smoked Meats serves up protein-centric foods

The journey to the creation of Animas Smoked Meats has been a long one, intersecting Durango several times before landing here. Evan Seabourn grew up in Durango before moving to Scottsdale, Arizona, where he attended culinary school and met his wife Ingrid. They then moved back to Durango and then to Denver – eventually running a restaurant in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, he said. After Sept. 11, they moved back to Denver, where he was an executive chef for a catering company.
Berkeley, CA48hills.org

Good Taste: Bacon team building, Lumpiapalooza, more

Thank you for being curious about Good Taste, your weekly menu of Bay Area food finds and happenings. Try the bacon steak!. Pig out: There have been a lot of stories published this week about how California will be enforcing animal welfare laws that increase minimum space requirements for raising livestock for the purposes of selling eggs as well as pork and veal products come January 1. While some headlines stoke fears of a bacon shortage or bacon being banned, Food & Wine does a good job of explaining that bacon producers who still want Golden State business will have to change whether they’re based in California or not.