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Zouk Group to bring hawker dishes like chicken rice and prata to new Las Vegas integrated resort, Life News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s Boon Tong Kee chicken rice, Geylang claypot rice and Springleaf prata will soon be dished out in Sin City.

Famous Foods Street Eats, a 24,000 sq ft marketplace, is part of a new integrated resort in Las Vegas that is slated to open in the third quarter of the year.

The US$4.3 billion (S$5.8 billion) resort is a partnership between local nightlife and lifestyle company Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas.

Besides Singapore’s hawker dishes, the food hall, which will house 16 stalls, will also feature the likes of Hong Kong’s Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling, Thailand’s

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New Punjab Indian Restaurant Serves Chicken Masala

ORLANDO, Fla. — New Punjab Indian Restaurant has been providing aromatics to International Drive in Orlando for 32 years. We spent the day in the family-owned business to bring to life an Indian favorite.

“This is my profession from back home to India,” says chef and co-owner Gurmail Singh. “The chicken tikka masala is a very famous dish.”

While Chef’s Kitchen typically shows you to recreate the recipes at home, but in this case, most of us don’t own a large clay oven (tandoor), so the owners have done their very best to explain the process of creating one of

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Best Chicken Yakisoba Recipe – How To Make Chicken Yakisoba

Andrew Bui

Yakisoba belongs on the stir-fried noodle dish Mount Rushmore. Yakisoba is an insanely popular dish that first started appearing in Japanese food stalls in the 1940’s. When you think of soba noodles you may be reminded of the buckwheat noodles often served cold with a dipping sauce, but in Yakisoba, the noodles are made of wheat and resemble something similar to what you’d see in a lo mien.  The noodles are often cooked on big flat top griddles, chock full of all type of ingredients from pork belly to kimchi. We went with chicken for this recipe but

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Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken reopening 2 Lexington locations

Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken is returning to Lexington, bringing back chicken tenders, fried chicken, sides and more.

Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken is returning to Lexington, bringing back chicken tenders, fried chicken, sides and more.


Winner, winner, chicken dinner is back: After an absence of a year and a half, popular chicken chain Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken is returning to Lexington.

“Lee’s is coming back to Lexington and we’re excited about being back in the market,” confirmed Chuck Cooper, Lee’s president and CEO, this week.

Founded in 1955 in Ohio, Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken has 130 restaurants. Although the company made its name on bone-in fried chicken, the big sellers these days, Cooper said, are boneless products.

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Wing joint in Garland opens ghost kitchen to spread chicken wing joy

A favorite traditional wing spot in Garland has jumped on the post-virus bandwagon with a new outlet specializing in wings to-go. Wing City Wings & Sports Bar, an indie mom-and-pop which has been doing wings and other things on the north edge of Garland for eight years, has debuted a new takeout offshoot, Wing City Wings To Go, based at Revolving Kitchen in Garland.

They’re serving wings and some signature extras including a French dip sandwich and a clever variation on chicken tenders. You can order online, or walkup, or call 972-905-5557 for call-in orders.

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Sauce Louis and chicken divan recipes bring a touch of retro cooking

A short tour of retro cooking here, which might be just the thing if you’re in search of comfort food.

‘Tis the season for Dungeness crab, our country’s most popular crabmeat. The origins of the recipe for Crab Louie (sometimes Louis) are unclear, although most sources say it came from our West Coast. No surprise there, as California and the Pacific Northwest are the richest sources in the United States for Dungeness.

The Olympic Club in Seattle, Wash., claimed provenance beginning in 1904 with a story that the visiting tenor Enrico Caruso ordered it off the menu so often during

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