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This Is What A Feast For 5,000 Made From Food Waste Looks Like

Mention the concept of food waste, and for many people, it’s likely to conjure images of rotting fruit and vegetables or stale meals unfit for consumption.

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Feature

Pokē, Mon!

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When a friend gives you a block of yellowfin tuna, make Hawaiian pokē!

And so my friend Erin passed along… 471 more words

Recipes

The combination of Asian and Peruvian cuisines

When China Chilcano opened more than a year ago, I decided to wait for the hype to die down before venturing to the establishment. Yet, after my experience, I wished that I went earlier and wondered why it took me so long to visit one of Jose Andres’ most recent openings. 565 more words

Food

How much can I eat in 24 hrs? DC edition

I was only in DC for 1 day but I managed to eat some really good food while I was there. Here’s an account of all the food I could get my hands on in 24 hours. 463 more words

Travel

Miami Vacay

Happy hump day blogosphere!

I’m hitting those midweek doldrums hard today and to escape the monotony of rainy Baltimore, I thought it would be a great time to recap my January vacation to Miami. 404 more words

Food

A Chef's Journey: From El Salvador To Philadelphia With Jorge Chicas of Red Owl Tavern

I could break this interview up into two parts. The first half would be comprised of the success Chef Jorge Chicas has achieved in kitchens on both sides of the U.S. 9,290 more words

Philadelphia

Quince sweet quince

Sunny and yellow, oblong and irregular, Spanish quince is a diamond in the rough, transformed from an astringent and tart fruit into a sweet fruit paste that makes an exquisite counterpoint when paired when any number of types of cheeses, or creatively formed into gastronomic delights by top-notch Spanish chefs like… 70 more words

Spanish Foods