June 23, 2021


Buns & Bubbles brings menu of Asian fusion sandwiches, boba teas to north Colorado Springs | North Springs Edition

Inventive dishes are becoming a staple at many Colorado Springs eateries, and the new Buns & Bubbles is no exception. The Asian fusion restaurant, which opened May 6, serves up Vietnamese sandwiches with a twist.

Owner Halina Le initially wanted to open a boba tea shop but felt the cold Colorado winters would hamper business. Halina and her husband and business partner, Bao Le, came up with the idea for sandwiches as a perfect combination of rich Asian flavors served American style.

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Curator of edible art, vibrant ideas & a good time

Her journey began in her hometown, Bhilwara, where she observed that there were no cooking classes in her vicinity, and people often came up to her for food/cooking advice and ideas. Relishing these encounters, she was always keen on innovating and sharing new recipes and insights with peers. As a direct result of these instances her passion became apparent and to embrace it fully, she started a cooking institute in the year 2020 with state-of-the-art infrastructure and a well-equipped culinary studio. Her stimulating conversations about the provenance of spices and dishes got everyone engaged and eventually enrolled.

She has an

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50 best 4th of July recipes and food ideas of 2021

What do you serve at a Fourth of July party? Whether it’s a smaller gathering or a big backyard cookout, it’s best to have all bases covered.

This means preparing some savory finger foods for guests to snack on upon arrival, a variety of salads (many of which are easy to make ahead), barbecue (one of the most popular Fourth of July foods) and, of course, dessert. And with scorching summer temperatures, it’s always great to serve some refreshing beverages for folks of all ages to enjoy in addition to your holiday cocktails.

To celebrate our country’s Independence Day, here

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Meet the Canberra woman behind T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine

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Meet the local journalist spearheading the launch of T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine.

She’s interviewed everyone from Victoria Beckham to Sting, Tom Ford to Kylie Minogue. Her yearly diary included invitations for Paris Fashion Week, safari expeditions to Botswana, and hot laps on Europe’s top racing tracks. She’s partied with Karl Lagerfeld and came pretty close to chatting to Vladimir Putin at a wine party in Moscow.

But it was in her office in Braddon that journalist Katarina Kroslakova had her career-defining moment. One sunny morning last September, an idea for a

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Mixing Britons’ food with politics invariably leaves a bad taste | Pen Vogler

It’s summer at last! Time to gather a few neighbours round, start a fire, and throw another sausage war on to the flames. This one is about the complicated triangulation between the EU, Northern Ireland and Westminster over frictionless trade. Still awake? Let’s put it in terms “the public” can understand and, as former Brexit chief negotiator David Frost did, thunder about the right of “the shopper in Strabane” to get their favourite sausages or chicken nuggets. In fact, from Hogarth’s Gin Lane, right through to the pasty tax, politicians have scored political points around food, as a distraction

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TSE Spotlight: Solutions for Your Events

The special events industry is so all-emcompassing that it can be difficult to to stay up-to-date on what’s new and what’s on trend. Whereas weddings may gravitate more towards luxury, corprorate and fundraising events focus more on the cutting-eduge entertainment and technology that are available. Regardless of which area of the special events industry you work primarily in, The Special Event has your bases covered. 

The Special Event, co-located with Catersource Conference & Tradeshow, will take place July 19-20 at the Miami Convention Center and will feature sessions on the many sectors of the events industry, catering included. Here

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