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Planet Earth for Foodies: We Welcome You & Your Empty Stomach!

Originally posted on Nepheliad Atelier:
Luscious mangos grow abundantly in our deep seas, their trees nesting close to the tangled vines of sour green grapes that thrive in the salt-water climate. Diving is not only a trek into the wilderness…

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spicy veggie

Originally posted on Organically Blissful:
One of my all time favorite dish is spicy vegetables. Easy to make and good way to get myself to eat more vegetables. Ingredients: Spicy sauce (you can find this in your local asian store)…

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The Commissary

Originally posted on New York City and Ocean Grove:
A good commissary or garage is very important to every street food vendor. This is where food can be bought or prepped, where carts and trucks are loaded in early morning,…

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Tastings: The Ingredients to a Great Event

Originally posted on Daily Cookie:
After each event, we meet with the client to debrief on all aspects of the project: the successes, the areas for improvement and the highlights. We prepare for the debriefs by listing the ingredients to…

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Healthy fried rice: YES, thats what I said!

Originally posted on Training Wise:
Healthy Cauliflower Fried “Rice”  INGREDIENTS 1 head cauliflower, chopped into florets 1 small yellow onion, finely chopped 1/2 cup frozen peas 1/2 cup carrots, cubed 2 eggs, beaten 1 Tbsp sesame oil 1/4 cup low…

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The rustic Griffintown Cafe

Originally posted on Come and Eat with the Gladiators:
Hello Gladiators! Last weekend, after a tour of the City, going from here to there, we ended up at the Griffintown Cafe. If you haven’t been, its a go to. It…

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Culinary Events: First Annual Cheese Festival in Basel

CUISINE HELVETICA A festival dedicated entirely to Swiss cheese seemed like a good way to spend a Saturday morning, so I hopped a train to Basel to check it out last month. If you enjoy sampling cheese and having the

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An Apprentice’s Frustrations

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Northwest Culinary Academy Evening Cooking Classes This Fall

Originally posted on ILiveInEastVan.com:
The Northwest Culinary Academy believes that “The Northwest region is the frontier of innovation because it dares to go against the grain.” And they think that “Vancouver boasts a vibrant food scene”. Well we’d have…

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Demonstrated Proof of Learning

We Are Chefs By David Bearl, CCC®, CCE®, AAC® Like many young people looking for work at an early age, I found the hospitality industry. I was from a large family, and a need for spending money led me to

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4 H

Originally posted on Cultivating Foodies:
This year I have had the opportunity to help teach the local 4H club foods club.  When I first signed up I assumed it would be fairly basic lessons, with a couple kids whose parent’s…

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Anthony Bourdain: from Chef to World Traveller and Author

Originally posted on chef kev & co.:
Anthony Bourdain How do you go from being a chef deep in the kitchen grime to a world traveller and author? I don’t even think Anthony Bourdain knew how he did it. After…

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Chef Huck: Cid’s menu—a tasty, healthy alternative for people on the go

Originally posted on The Astral Plane:
Photo: Katharine Egli Images and story originally published in Taos News Chef Jeff Huck has an eclectic background that combines education, anthropology, and cooking. He is currently the kitchen manager at Cid’s Food Market.…

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Chef of Truth

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Noodles Noe Kuroki

Originally posted on Art Chris Dale:
Noodles in broth.

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Calabar Eats: TRULY LOVELY PATISSERIE AND DESSERT Cafè

Originally posted on OURBLOGAZINE:
Incase you were or have been wondering where you can get a decent English breakfast, chicken and chips, pizza or cake, we’ve got a suggestion for you.? ?? Having heard so much about the place, we…

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One Bowl

Originally posted on Cysteine in Copenhagen:
Today I would like to talk about One Bowl. One Bowl is … an a.w.e.s.o.m.e concept. It is a non-profit community restaurant, or a folkekøkken in danish. Our goal is “to establish equality through community for…

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The Fat Duck Cook Book | The Culinary Connect

Originally posted on Cooking With Chef Joe:
The Fat Duck Cook Book | Cook Book Review: The Fat Duck Cook Book by Heston Blumenthal Named best in the world by Restaurant Magazine, The Fat Duck…http://bit.ly/1Tgq47e

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Where Food and History Meet: Michael W. Twitty’s Culinary Journey at Afroculinaria

Originally posted on Discover:
At Afroculinaria, Michael W. Twitty serves up his own recipe of food blogging. The African American-Jewish culinary historian writes about African American foodways, the food culture and history of the American South, and the exploration of…

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