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History of Beignets
(Pronounced ben~yay)

Beignets are the official state doughnut of Louisiana. How this tasty treat ended up in the Pelican State is a typical American migration story. 402 more words

Women & Food

Favorite Mid-East Cookbooks: the link to a distant past.

My family’s women were preoccupied with food and cooking.

Lebanon was the crossroads of civilization and it’s cuisine reflected it. My mother and grandmother’s culinary repertoire was mostly Levantine with hints of Greek, Egyptian, Iraqi and Armenian.  822 more words

Claudia Roden

Congrats to ACF Southeast Region Competition Winners

Chefs and students from the Southeast competed in the American Culinary Federation (ACF) Southeast Regional Culinary Salon for ACF’s annual regional awards Jan. 30-31 at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Atlanta, Tucker, Georgia. 401 more words

Chefs

Introducing Restful Spaces and a fresh look on home décor

We all love home ware and unique things that no one else has seen before, but when you come to a home store these days it all feels like the same old, same old. 688 more words

Blogs

Breakfast in Muizenberg by squilladave


Simple, candid food shots in the kicthen of a local restaurant

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Summer

DOES THE CHEF HAVE RESTAURANT EYES?

At some point we tend to stop seeing those things right in front of us, those things that can lead to success or failure. More often than not, those things may seem insignificant, but they add up. 1,284 more words

NORMAN BITES

Here are photos for Slovenian cooking brand Norman Bites.
You must meet these two- Jana & Borut : always kind, crazy, inspiring and full of energy!

http://www.zavodbonvivan.si/kulinarika/

Tjasa Eledhwen