Month: September 2020 – Cooking with Manuela: Plum and Almond Cake

Spongy and soft almond cake topped with sweet and juicy plums Plums have been extra sweet and flavorful this summer. I’m using some of the last few juicy plumbs of the season to make this soft, spongy and yummy cake.  I’ve added some almond flour to the batter for a extra flavor and extra moist. – Baked Rice Recipe: How to Make Baked Rice Recipe

Rice is a staple food in many parts of the world. It is a versatile ingredient and you can make a dish with it very easily. Till now, you must have heard of steamed or stir fried rice, but have you ever heard of Baked Rice? This is a unique recipe made using basmati rice, – Jewish Chicken Soup Recipe – olivemagazine

Try our Jewish chicken soup recipe, then check out our Ethiopian-style chicken, roast chicken recipes and more chicken recipes.  Victoria Prever, food editor of the Jewish Chronicle newspaper, says, ‘Most European and American Jews grew up on chicken soup and it’s a go-to when you’re feeling under the weather or need a taste of home.

meatballs on linguine – The Best Meatball Recipe – Sugar Spun Run

Today I’m channeling my Italian roots and sharing the BEST Meatball recipe! Unbelievably flavorful, tender, and soft, I use special (but simple) techniques and spices to bring you one of my all-time favorite dinner recipes! Includes a how-to video! I think it’s about time that I introduce you to my Italian side (in the form – Restaurants Will Never Be the Same. We’ve Never Loved Them More.

Every year, right about now, we drop the Hot 10, our rigorously researched list of America’s best new restaurants. This is not that list. Before we could even start scouting last spring, restaurant owners were forced to close their doors, and millions of employees were sent home to ride out the virus—or, in the case – “I’m Cooking the Way That Nigerians Always Do When They See Their Community in Need”

When I opened Eko Kitchen in San Francisco a year ago, people came for the experience, not just the food. Here, they got Nigerian music. They saw the work of Nigerian artists. They learned how to cook Nigerian food through my classes at the restaurant. When my team and I got the stay-at-home order in – Every Beef Noodle Soup Tells a Story. And Shy*Boyz Club Has Some Stories.

At their NYC restaurants and joint pop-up, Shy*Boyz Club, chefs (and friends) Eric Sze of 886 and Lucas Sin of Junzi Kitchen cook as a way to explore Chinese food’s past, present, and future and to celebrate the cuisine’s diversity. “China has thousands of years of history, 50-something ethnic minorities, and one of the largest – “I’m Still Waiting On My Dream Restaurant”

On weekends in high school, while my friends went to football games, I washed dishes at my parents’ restaurant, Danthai. All I wanted was to get away. It’s that first-generation thing: I grew up in a Thai bubble, then when I got to school, English replaced my mother tongue. School lunches were my education on – What I Learned Covering Restaurants During the Pandemic

It began with a text. “In light of coronavirus, what have you been experiencing at Mister Jiu’s in the last day/today?” I sent this to Brandon Jew, the chef and owner of Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco, on March 10 at 1:05 p.m. He replied, “Reservations and walk-ins have been down. Downtown Chinatown generally has – I Spent One Week, Eating Like There Was No Tomorrow. Then Tomorrow Never Came.

I eat fast. Observing the pace with which I attacked the food in front of me, a dining companion once joked that I put a meal down like I was worried someone would take it away from me. And standing outside a buzzy, new all-day restaurant in Santa Monica, that was exactly what it felt

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