July 26, 2021

Month: April 2021

This Brennan family restaurant expands to open new dining possibilities in City Park | Where NOLA Eats

For the past year, a collaborative project has been quietly taking shape inside the New Orleans Museum of Art, one that frames a captivating view and brings more possibilities to the plate.

Café NOMA, the longtime restaurant inside the museum, has undergone a major overhaul in conjunction with the museum’s new auditorium, now called the Lapis Center for the Arts.

For a half-century, everyone who entered The Times-Picayune’s headquarters was surrounded by letters, starting in the lobby.

This new Café Noma officially debuts this week, with a reconfigured space and a new menu. It’s aimed at making Café NOMA

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Whip Up a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta – Fast!

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — If you’re planning a socially distanced Cinco de Mayo celebration at home this year (because who wants to miss the party even if local festivities have been canceled?), meal inspiration leader eMeals has just the ticket: a Stay-In Cinco de Mayo menu complete with easy-to-cook recipes, select Old El Paso ingredients that streamline food preparation, and one-click online grocery ordering from the eMeals app that combine to make quick work of assembling a fun fiesta for eight.

Spice is nice:  The menu – part of the Occasions Plan feature in the eMeals

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Joe Rosenthal And The Instagram Feed Looking To Save The Restaurant Industry From Itself

Joe Rosenthal never expected to become a veritable confessional for the abuses of the restaurant industry.

The Minnesota-based applied mathematician was, “just taking pictures of food. My spouse was like, ‘Joe, your pictures are garbage, take better pictures.’ So I started doing that, and building out a network of people I knew in the food world. I started to learn about what was happening, who the players were, and the harms that were coming from them. And so I would talk about that too.”

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How 1 casual dining chain is competing with fast casuals

After testing its new chicken brand at a Cincinnati festival,  Buffalo Wings & Rings is rolling out the concept via ghost kitchens.

Buffalo Wings & Rings, a Cincinnati-based sports franchise, is taking a page from the playbooks of fast casuals and QSRs, which do far more off-site business than causal dining brands.

After testing its newly created chicken brand — NBL CKN — at a local festival in 2019, the 85-unit casual dining chain decided to launch the concept as a ghost kitchen operating at select BW&R locations.

“We decided to do a digital concept to have more presence in

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Spring Baking Championship Season 7 winner blossomed brightly

Three bakers walked into the Food Network kitchen but only one was Spring Baking Championship Season 7 winner. When both the pre-heat and the main heat challenges were complete, one baker would earn the ultimate reward. Whose desserts flourished in the moment?

In Spring Baking Championship Season 7, one food trend seemed to be apparent. This Food Network baking show season was bolder than previous seasons. Beyond the intricate decorations, the flavors have been far from that vanilla and chocolate cake. While Food Network tries to introduce viewers to new ideas and options, the reality is that this season saw

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Age with style and grace | News, Sports, Jobs


FAMILY FEATURES PHOTO, above; Photo courtesy of Getty Images, below
Staying active and enjoying the outdoors can help maintain quality of life well into aging, as can eating a balanced diet with healthy foods.

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