Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774
By:
Daniel Stern
These days, it's increasingly common to eat meals without any real interaction with another person. Sure, maybe someone takes your order - maybe even brings food to you - but, outside of that minimal contact, you can dine solo in a restaurant or takeout place, book in hand; lug the grub with you to eat in front of the television;...
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With summer now officially here, the grill is raring to go. But with all the carb- and cholesterol-counting out there, how can we justify lighting up the grill? Ellen Haas, author of Fit Food: Eating Well for Life , has a solution. Fatty burgers and sugary sauces are not the only foods that go great on the grill. Why not...
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A Texas toast to sure-fire, stick-to-the-ribs fare
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
What do local chefs do when 1,100 international culinary celebrities meet in your home town? If they’re in Dallas, Texas, these chefs pull out all the stops to impress. And impress they did. Attendees at the 27th annual conference of the International Association of Culinary Professionals were tempted with a dazzling showcase of the chef’s signature dishes. The venue? A...
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It's official - summer is nearly here. With warmer weather comes a change in our dining habits as more Americans enjoy more fruit, vegetables and lighter fare. A similar change occurs with our daily coffee intake. While Americans still enjoy their hot morning brew when the mercury rises, many prefer it on the rocks. According to the National Coffee Association,...
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The hot fare with a lot of flair
Asian cuisine has downright skyrocketed. We simply love it. We eat it at ethnic restaurants, pick up a frozen Asian dinner from the market or shop for the ingredients at one of the many specialty grocery stores springing up these days. It's new, it's trendy, but best of all, it's perceived as healthier than many other types of global cuisines...
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