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Biggest food myths
As we learn more and more about nutrition, and the greater the number of "experts" out there publishing diet books inevitably leads to the propagation of new diet beliefs and trends, whether or not there is evidence to support them.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Cameron Mitchell creation Hudson 29 brings hip feel, fresh food to Columbus
A new Cameron Mitchell restaurant recently opened its doors in Columbus, bringing a young and hip feel to Lane Avenue.
The Top Easter Brunches in the Bay Area
Whether it's boozy brunch or formal dinner, don your Sunday best and head to these local restaurants for Easter's most delicious celebrations.
Sushi could be more distinctive at Nori
Sushi originated some 1,800 years ago, when people in Thailand and other areas of Southeast Asia began using rice to preserve fish.
The New York Observer
Pest Problems: Cockroaches Rain From Ceiling at Blue Ribbon Sushi
Two weeks after a mouse infestation forced the shutdown of Dominique Ansel Bakery on Spring Street .
Atlantica restaurant at the Allegria- A Friday night Seafood Buffet to remember
The Seafood buffet at the Atlantica restaurant is simply sensational! Oysters, clams, shrimp, caviar , sushi, lobster, King crab legs, seafood tacos, unlimited champagne, mimosas, and free valet parking are all available on this friday night special.
27 Tax day freebies, deals and specials
Now that your family has filed their taxes you can take a deep breath and relax.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Best Sushi Bar
Despite the waves of accolades, Land of Sushi might still be the most undiscovered sushi bar in Denver - but that's certainly not the fault of chef Ben Liu, whose exquisite fish outperforms that of the sharks who sell their sushi and sashimi for double, even triple the price.
Sushi Rice Salad
Rinse the rice, and add it and the water to a medium-sized stockpot,. Bring the water to a boil.
COACHELLA 2014: Enjoying the pop-up sushi of Kazu Nori
We have been checking out the special high end food offerings and pop-up restaurants added to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Retail roundup: Big Lots becomes Dirt Cheap
If you thought Big Lots was a refreshingly literal take on store names, get ready for Dirt Cheap.
Gerrity's adds sushi to markets
As the popularity of the Japanese cuisine continues to grow, the local supermarket chain became the latest to add a full-service sushi bar.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
3 New East Bay Restaurants to Try This Weekend
The rolls are familiar and fresh, if somewhat straightforward, and the California roll is made with real crab meat.
The Globe and Mail
Does sustainable sushi pass the taste test? How a great idea falls flat
An order with rainbow rolls with organic purple sushi rice, nigiri made with yellow fin tuna, albacore toro and spring salmon, and sashimi with yellow fin tuna, sockeye salmon and albacore sashimi, is pictured at Just Sushi in Etobicoke, Toronto, on Thursday, April 10, 2014.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Shunji: It's not just about the sushi
It seems like just yesterday that Shunji Nakao opened his latest sushi restaurant out of the "Chili Bowl," an historic Depression-era building on Pico that has played host to Mexican, BBQ, and chili restaurants over the years.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Basa Seafood Express in S.F.: Terrific fresh fish
Basa Seafood Express specializes in fried dishes such as this soft-shell crab sandwich, above, served with a side order of fries.
Hapa Sushi - Cherry Creek North, Denver, Colorado
Hapa's cuisine is distinctly unique. Uninhibited and straightforward. Hapa's dishes paint the palate's canvas with unmatched flavor profiles of surprising combinations and pairings that one may never conjure.
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Our big beef with Shake Shack has always been the fries. Since the first location opened in Manhattan's Madison Square Park in 2004, the burgerie has served previously frozen crinkle-cut fries along with its carefully sourced beef and freshly made frozen custard.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Review: Umami master soars at Berkeley's Iyasare
If pinot noir were food, it would taste like Shotaro Kamio's cuisine, like broth spun from maitakes that were plucked from the base of oak trees, like bacon and bonito dusted across fried Brussels sprouts.
Cheap sushi dishes offered close to college
Japanese chef Bruce Cai makes a roll for a customer at Gyoza Express in San Pablo on March 18. The restaurant which is within walking distance from the college provides cheap sushi meals.