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Gourmet Tacos: Why Upscale Mexican Street-Food Restaurants Are Hot

Mexican street food is headed out of the taco truck and into the mouths of foodies seeking a quick restaurant bite.

Gourmet Tacos: Why Upscale Mexican Street-Food Restaurants Are Hot

Mexican street food is headed out of the taco truck and into the mouths of foodies seeking a quick restaurant bite.

Gorilla Gourmet will take over Oakwood Bistro on Sept. 28 for a pop-up restaurant event

Gorilla Gourmet Noel Corwin is organizing another pop-up dinner, this time at Oakwood Bistro.

Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic Returns With Even More to Enjoy

The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic returns for the fifth year to the Epcot Resort Area hotel October 31 - November 1, featuring more than 40 food and wine stations, 10 food and ...

CWHC hopes to bring CN dining train car to museum

The operators of the Marine & Rail Museum have set the wheels in motion to bring a 60-year-old train car to Owen Sound.

Organic food: good for your body, bad for your portfolio?

With organic foods growing in popularity, not all stocks are created equal. Tight margins mean trendy may not always be a good investment.

Dining scene: From Fuji apple chicken salad to jumbo Dixie chicken wings

Mississippi Sweets BBQ

Make Your Own Wine at Boston Winery

At Boston Winery, owner Ralph Bruno creates wines worthy of his native Italy. And you can create your own wine too.

Leading School Food Advocate Challenges Claim That Schools Need Time for Food Changes; Chef Ann Foundation Offers ...

Chef Ann Cooper, a leading national advocate for school food reform and childhood nutrition, is on a mission to ensure that every school child throughout the country has access to benefits of the 2012 USDA School Meal Nutrition Standards.

Port wine in Portugal and Douro River vineyards

PINHAO, Portugal (AP) — Ribbons of bright green grape leaves alternated with golden stone walls as far as I could see along the steep banks of Portugal's Douro River.

Study: Working moms find no joy in cooking

Time pressures, trade-offs to save money, and the burden of pleasing others make it difficult for mothers to enact the idealized vision of home-cooked meals advocated by foodies and public health officials.

Wonkblog: Americans throw out more food than plastic, paper, metal, and glass

More than a fifth of the country's garbage is food.

Greenwich Food & Wine Festival: A Taste Of Southern Funk

Greenwich is getting some down-home Southern funk this weekend.

Your Guide To Dining From The Dump

Maximus Thaler really puts his money (or, at least, his morals) where his mouth is when it comes to food waste. He's a dumpster diver. And he's happy to share tips for foraging from trash bins safely.

Newcomer GRILLiT, Inc. Has Strategy to Revolutionize Fast Casual Dining Market

Salt Lake City, UT / ACCESSWIRE / September 23, 2014 / As the economy continues to accelerate, the economic downtown beginning in 2008 is still fresh on the minds of the working middle class. As a consequence, ...

Wine Enthusiasts Cheer as Fall Crush Menu Debuts at Bonefish Grill

TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bonefish Grill is celebrating the wine crush season with crave-worthy dishes perfectly paired with wines to complement fall flavors. The new Fall Crush Menu ...

KitchenConnection.org Beta Launches Privately in New York in Partnership with Action Against Hunger and Maitres ...

New website provides you with online cooking classes that fight global hunger New York, NY / myprgenie.com / ACCESSWIRE / September 23, 2014 / KitchenConnection.org is an online platform that connects ...

WineAlign Announces Winners of The 2014 World Wine Awards of Canada

TORONTO, Sept. 23, 2014 /CNW/ - WineAlign, Canada's largest online wine site, has published the results of the 2014 World Wine Awards of Canada.   The World Wine Awards of Canada were held in August in Toronto, Ontario.  Close to 1,100 wines were tasted by an extensive panel of the most respected wine writers, wine critics, retail buyers, Master Sommeliers and Masters of Wines in Canada.  In all ...

Food trucks on the Mall? Stationary vendors worry about the impending competition

After long fight, those selling hot dogs and popsicles to be joined by cupcake and Korean taco purveyors

How To Cook An Authentic Neopolitan Pizza In A Frying Pan

Cooking pizza in the oven is a thing of the past, or at least it should be after watching this. The video from Food Network shows you how to create a tasty, authentic Neopolitan pizza in, wait for it... a frying pan! Thom and James show off their awesome pizza cooking skills with just five ingredients , a hob, a frying pan and a grill. SEE ALSO: Easy Italian Cooking: Cherry Tiramisu How To Cook ...

UN says there's unprecedented demand for food aid

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The World Food Program's top official said it's unprecedented that the U.N. aid agency finds itself simultaneously responding to half a dozen major crises in addition to helping the largest number of refugees in the world since World War II.

Safety concerns emerge in dining dispute

As Dining workers and administrators discuss concerns about the relocation of certain dining services to the new Culinary Support Center, some employees are expressing unease about their chances of being injured on the job.

Chinese wine myths debunked

Do the Chinese really like to mix their Bordeaux with Coca-Cola?

Electronic ordering is becoming popular at casual dining chains

Customers at casual dining restaurants are seeing more table-top tablets that allow them to place their orders electronically.

Gobble up some new skills at fall cooking classes

As the weather settles in with an evening chill and the sun sets earlier, it is natural to retreat inside and start nesting. But instead of spending nights watching “Iron Chef” and repeats of “Chopped,” why not get in the game yourself and boost your own culinary skills?

Los Olivos: A Romantic Getaway In Santa Barbara Wine Country

Wine country weekends — they sound relaxing, but quickly descend into chaos. You're racing on backroads like a lunatic to fit in an extra three vineyards before closing, and how can you truly enjoy that hot air balloon ride when you're worried about missing the kayak trip launch time? Los [...]

What's the world's best-selling wine book?

Anyone in publishing will tell you that wine books just don’t sell. Reference books like “The Oxford Companion to Wine," edited by Jancis Robinson, yes. Wine importer Kermit Lynch’s classic “Adventures on the Wine Route” or Alice Feiring's "Naked Wine,"...

Cooking classes the perfect recipe for school holiday fun

HE Flagstaff Hill spring holiday program is in full swing with the first of many activities held yesterday.

Airline food for the ground

Just in case you're craving airline food, a new food service is delivering the same meals that are served at 35,000 feet right to your door. German-based Allyouneed.com, an online grocer similar to FreshDirect or Peapod, has launched a new program called Air Food One --a play on Air Force One, airplanes that carrying the U.S. president.

In-Flight Dining at Home: Would You Pay $13 for This?

In-flight fine dining may sound like an oxymoron, but one airline bets its meals are tasty enough that customers will eat them when not flying.

Food blog Eater.com launches major redesign

Popular food blog Eater.com has undergone a major makeover which includes a new layout to highlight its emphasis on long-form features, investigative reporting and professional restaurant reviews.

Cooking Oils, Overcooked

I tend to encounter a lot of opinions about nutrition; it's something of an occupational hazard. Some are inquisitive, some assertive. Some are respectful, some are ... otherwise. Lately, I have been fielding a barrage about cooking oils somewhat preferentially, and canola oil in particular. Quite a bit of it is overcooked -- and I mean the correspondence, not the oil.

Ghoulish gourmet dinner at Rockliffe Hall set to raise funds for Sir Ian's Botham's charity foundation

A HALLOWEEN-themed gourmet dinner is set to tantalise tastebuds and raise money for charity as part of a year-long fundraising partnership between Sir Ian Botham and a five-star resort.

Who Has Time To Read About Wine?

When ears are open to learning about wine, it’s time to tell a story. Narratives are more effective “glue” for communicating about wine to a broader, more generalist audience.

GALLERY: Kids' cooking class at Kiama Markets

July 9, 2014, 3 p.m. It was salad and sunshine allround when chef Adam Guthrie hosted junior cooking classes at the Kiama Farmer's Markets on Wednesday.

"Cooking is a passion, not a job": Gordon Ramsay searches for local apprentice

Four local chefs competed for the apprentice spot by attempting to cook three perfect egg dishes in under 10 minutes. The 21-year-old winner optimistically believes that he will not be yelled at when he starts working with the chef next year, "if I work hard".

OSI laying off hundreds from troubled China food plant

US food supplier OSI Group said Monday it had begun laying off more than 300 workers at a Shanghai plant shut down by Chinese authorities over expired meat sold to fast food giants.

Yarra Valley Gourmet Foods launches new range

Based in Victoria’s Yarra Valley, producer of preserves, larder and chilli, Yarra Valley Gourmet Foods (YVGF), has launched a new range of gourmet “artisan” food products.

Dining Services text feedback sees limited use

Dining Services is now allowing students to text feedback about their orders, though few students are aware of the new system.

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SINCE the first event held back in 2001, the world renowned Malaysia International Gourmet Festival, MIGF, has established itself as the pinnacle of gastronomic excellence in the region.
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