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Poached Pears

The pear is a fruit that has been cultivated for nearly all human history and is  renowned for its delicate flavors and textures. Thanks to their versatility and long storage life, pears were a valuable and much-desired commodity among the trading routes of the ancient world. 139 more words

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Beet salad

Thomas Jefferson planted them at Monticello, but beets date back to prehistoric times and are native to the Mediterranean. Beets were so well regarded in Ancient Rome and Greece that methods were developed for producing them during the hot summer months. 217 more words

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Upper Deck By Fran's

Foodie Utopia is back this summer with a new excursion, featuring a neat patio spot for Torontonians on College Street. Upper Deck By Fran’s is a classic, vibrant spot with a patio sit-in for dining, whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner. 587 more words

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Sugar Factory- The American Brassiere for Sweets, Treats & Eats

 Sugar Factory, an American Brassiere from USA will be very soon celebrating its first anniversary in Dubai. And I finally got to visit them yesterday. Sugar Factory has 2 outlets in Dubai- Dubai Festival City and City Walk. 733 more words


TO AMERICA, WITH LOVE: "The Tastes Of America"

The good ‘ol United States of America is so very full of history; Among those that reflect America are its very own cuisine, in which the European colonization of the Americas yielded the introduction of a number of ingredients and cooking styles to the latter, thereby expanding continuously well into the 19th and 20th centuries. 751 more words


Watermelon tartare

An American classic with red seedless watermelon, honeydew melon, strawberries, pistachios, watermelon gelee, and a savory watermelon vinaigrette. Welcome to summer.

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Ham Sandwich in Boston, MA

Harvard Square Sandwich from Archie’s New York Deli in Boston, MA.