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  1. Pizza and putting at George'sRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    Owner George Khoury is pictured with a variety of his restaurants offerings at George's Pizzeria in East Allen Township on Wednesday. The restaurant is located at the Lucky Strokes golfing facility.

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  2. Restaurant review: Levant, Auckland CBDRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    ... one: crumbed aubergine, deep-fried like chips. It would be an exaggeration to say they are worth the trip. If you are dining at Levant, you should not miss them.

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  3. Could the closing of Van Nuys landmark Solleya s signal the death of the deli?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | LA Daily News

    Delicatessens, with their cavernous dining rooms, trademark counters and menus full of comfort food, are grappling with a shrinking and aging fan base, a trend that will be punctuated by a popular Van Nuys eatery's loss next month. Solley's Restaurant & Deli, a fixture in Van Nuys for 50 years, will take its last orders June 6 for its signature matzo-ball soup, bagels and lox, and pastrami sandwiches.

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  4. Fine-tuning Mozart's: Owners take popular Leavenworth restaurant in new directionRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Wenatchee World

    Deanna Bryston and her mother Lenora Johnston, of Vancouver, Washington, enjoy Mozart's Cheese Fondue for Two, while eating in the newly remodeled dining area at the restaurant. Notable: Lunches served beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

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  5. When life gives you (yuzu) lemonsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | DNA India

    With a flavour that holds the tartness of nimbu and the sweetness of mandarin, yuzu lemons are the new darlings of chefs, says Sonal Ved On a hot Mumbai afternoon, yuzu lemon ice cream melts in your mouth like a glob of butter on warm toast. It's light and fragrant, melts swiftly and leaves behind a refreshing trail on your palate.

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  6. A feast fit for 1,201 to take place at MB Legislative groundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    The Manitoba Legislative grounds will be the setting of a dinner for 1,201 people as part of a benefit to give attention to local architecture. Table for 1201 is the largest sit-down dining event of the year in Winnipeg and it will happen at the Manitoba Legislative grounds.

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  7. Just relish delicaciesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Monitor

    CULINARY DELIGHT. For 12 days, Kampala Restaurant week instant Kampalans will have the rare chance of dining out at an affordable price.

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  8. New Buddha Lounge offers a great, authentic phoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | OnMilwaukee

    The first time I had Vietnamese pho, the famed noodle and broth dish eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner, was in Nha Trang, a coastal city in what used to be South Vietnam, in either 1966 or 1967. I loved the dish then and while it's not a staple of my diet, I love it every now and then.

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  9. Happy Victoria Day: My Seoulful supperRead the original story

    Yesterday | Confessions of a Cardamom Addict

    ... An aproned guide whispered it was too cold to plant them. I should have bought some anyway and kept them in my dining room window, as a week later they were gone. What replaced them were beacons of yet-to-come frost warnings: snow white, blush ...

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  10. Create a safe habitat for butterfliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times Herald-Record

    Contrary to the charming children's classic, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” apples, chocolate cake and sausage are not caterpillar food.

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  11. Lake Como's Gem To Shine Even BrighterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    The sun shines, cut into pieces by the trees that line the shores of Lake Como . Children are laughing and playing, scattering pigeons and weaving through couples young and old that stroll hand in hand.

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  12. Five of the best: BYO restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    If you're trying to be thrifty, have a large group to entertain or just prefer to bring your own favourite bottle of wine to dinner, a good BYO restaurant is a winner. We visited a few, for all of the above reasons, and here are our top five in Auckland.

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  13. Prairie 360: Same great view, amazing new experienceRead the original story

    Yesterday | My Manitoba.com

    ... a new look to the restaurant. If you've been before, head back. This is a gem for our city, it's a bit more of a fine dining experience so set your expectations based around an experience in new tastes and unique food sources. They've got vegan and ...

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  14. Drink around the world at Disney's EpcotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    I scanned the menu at the Rose & Crown bar, a gilded and wood-paneled vision of a classic English pub, while notes from a Who cover band playing in the square drifted in with every new patron. On the menu were beers made as sweet and drinkable as only a pub in an amusement park could: cider with a shot of black currant juice, a half-and-half mixture of Bass Ale and Sprite.

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  15. Korean food festival brings fresh flavours to OmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times of Oman

    The menu included dishes such as kimbab, which are rice and seaweed rolls filled with meat and vegetables; bibimbab which is a rice and vegetable dished served with a spicy red pepper sauce; and japchae, a fried noodle, vegetable and seafood dish. Photo-Jun Estrada/Times of Oman Muscat: Kimbab, bibimbap and japchae may not be dishes familiar to most people in Oman, but following an event called Taste of Korea, hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea on Wednesday night, more people will be fans of these popular Korean dishes.

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  16. Ophelia's Electric SoapboxRead the original story

    Yesterday | Denver Westword

    Justin Cucci's Edible Beats restaurant group includes runaway successes Root Down and Linger in lower Highland and the Root Down that opened at Denver International Airport in 2013. In April 2015, Cucci opened Ophelia's, his restaurant/bar/music venue in the historic Airedale building, on 20th between Larimer and Lawrence streets; the structure first opened in 1889 as Kopper's Hotel and Saloon.

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  17. Swindon restaurant is a shadow of its former selfRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Wiltshire

    IT'S been a tough few years for many of Swindon's restaurants. A nation in recession has meant less money in people's pockets and therefore less justification for eating out, which is never good news for those in the food and drink industry.

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  18. Enjoy a sweet indulgence at Hobsons Brewery eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Kidderminster Shuttle

    HOBSONS Brewery has teamed up with I Love Puddings to organise an event for those who enjoy a sweet-toothed indulgence. With more than 30 years experience, Jill Bunn will present six deserts and mini cookery demonstrations at the event on Thursday, June 11, at 7.30pm, as part of Hobsons calendar of foodie events organised with local producers.

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  19. Eating Out. The Bistro, Devizes.Siobhan BoyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    After an amazing day out Danny booked us a table at The Bistro in Devizes for my birthday. We have been tempted by the street style food cooked outside before but never eaten in so we were looking forward to a local tasty treat.

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  20. Chef Justin Addison creates traditions with a modern twistRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Many young guys who enlist in the Army stumble on a culinary career through kitchen duty. Chef Justin Addison, who oversees the Traditions restaurant in the Williamsburg Lodge, found his love of all things food in the markets and cafes of the Middle and Far East.

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