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Who Knew There Was Basically A Free In-N-Out Shuttle At LAX?
You'll find a Shake Shack restaurant right in Terminal 4 at JFK, but this is not the case with In-N-Out at LAX.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
River Front Times
The menu at taste changes with some regularity, but pork is always a safe bet , while the hand-cut noodles with black pepper and Pecorino cheese are simple and sublime.
A Foreigner's Survival Guide to Ordering and Eating Peking Duck in Beijing
The title of this post is misleading: it's actually not that difficult to figure out how to eat Peking duck as a foreigner.
The Salinas Californian
A fitting farewell to Chef Matt BoltonA fitting farewell to Chef Matt ...
It was nice to see Wine Director Fried smiling as he poured generous glasses of Alfaro pinot noir rose, to accompany the passed appetizers.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Food fight ... someone will be going home from the final six.
Well, this is it folks. The final week of MasterChef. It's like being in Dallas on the day JKF was shot.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Indianapolis Business News
DINING: Newcomer Union 50's creativity marries cuisines
First there was Pizzology, opening in the old Aesop's Tables space. Then, Nine Irish Brothers emigrated from West Lafayette to set up shop.
The case of the most delicious Confit de Canard
JUST in time for the French National Holiday, Le Quatorze Juillet a.k.a. Bastille Day, which is celebrated on July 14, is this story of my friend's search for Confit de Canard or Duck Confit, that classic fat-rich French dish.
Aaron Forman and his partners have taken what was once an excellent neighborhood restaurant and turned it into something sublime, with a beautiful rustic interior, wide-open kitchen and talented floor staff.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Brunch Wire: The Willows has joined the weekend...
The Willows has joined the weekend brunch stakes, offering a bevy of wild offerings from the minds that brought you pork-belly donuts.
11 Ways To Upgrade Your Tacos, Because We All Need It
Tacos are one of those foods that will never be boring. From Baja fish tacos to crispy carnita tacos, there so many ways to make and eat a taco that we could chow down on a different variation every day of the week and never get tired of it.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
The Trapiche Room offers a tranquil oasis off the Brickell jungle
The mahogany table was set with starched white linens. The silver flatware was polished to a dull gleam and a large assortment of wine glasses sparkled in the glow of the J.W. Marriot's Trapiche Room restaurant.
The chef of Le Jardin in Edgewater on home cooking
FranA ois Gilaga of Elmwood Park started cooking as a teen, working in kitchens in France, Belgium, Italy and Germany.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Give pork belly another look with these recipes
Roasted pork belly and baked sweet potatoes are a classic combination. Photos by JULIAN BRUNT/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD It's interesting that the cast off foods of yesterday often become the culinary stars of tomorrow.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Where To Go And What To Do This Week In Louisville
La Coop: Bistro a Vins will bring France's national day of celebration to NuLu Monday, July 14 with a family-style Bastille Day meal.
Last call for Mandarin's Tivoli before hotel closes
The Mandarin Oriental Manila continues its long goodbye with characteristic style and grace ahead of the hotel's closure later this year.
Amazing Peking duck and so much more at Xian Tan Di
Located on the 22nd floor of the Crowne Plaza in Silom, Xian Tan Di is a favorite haunt for people who enjoy Cantonese cuisine.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Meat and wine meet in a prime location for pairing dinners
The seared duck breast and foie gras with confit apple and balsamic reduction is rich in flavor.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Delaney Mes: Bastille Day cuisine from a Kiwi kitchen
I once heard a chef say that if you can master French cooking, then you can cook anything.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Star Online
A cool way to pit cherries, plus two recipes
IT really is not a sin to cook cherries the first time you try, you will be surprised by the depth of flavour cooking lends to cherries.
Globe and Mail
Peoples Eatery: Where Chinatown meets Dundas West, delicious meets very (very) loud
People eat and drink inside of People's Eatery on Spadina Avenue in Toronto. People eat and drink inside of People's Eatery on Spadina Avenue in Toronto.