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Dining review: Work & Class a knockout new restaurant

Work & Class is a delightful room where superb service and a top-flight kitchen is producing some of the best meals in Denver.

Canyon Crest Welcomes New Executive Chef

TWIN FALLS • Canyon Crest Dining & Event Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Berger as executive chef.

The real value of Australia's most politically costly wine

It was a wine made in secret, and it's whereabouts is now a mystery, but one thing is for certain - if Barry O'Farrell's lost bottle of 1959 Penfold's Grange ever turns up, it could be worth a lot more than $3000.

Dining Beautifully

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Formal dining has been elaborately mentioned in stories as old as Homer's Odyssey and the Illiad where kings and aristocrats were depicted dining with gold or silver utensils.

Wine sales to China plummet

LATEST figures on Australia's wine export performance show a steep 12 per cent decline in sales to China, underlining the earnings impact of the central government's austerity drive and crackdown on ostentatious banquets to the local wine sector.

Taste of Home Cooking School returns May 2

MICHIGAN CITY — The Taste of Home Cooking School is returning to Michigan City for a May 2 show at Blue Chip Casino.

Food swapping: a fast way to free, homegrown food

Food-swapping events are a brilliant way to get rid of gluts, show off your baking skills or just meet like-minded locals I'm worried about my coconut milk caramels. Inside their paper twists, they look like small, soft brown slugs and no one wants them. There is interest in my marmalade, honeycomb, blackcurrant pastilles and flapjacks though. Even the sludgy-looking spicy blackberry chutney has ...

Food Additives - Global Strategic Business Report

DUBLIN, Ireland, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets  ( ) has announced the addition of the  "Food Additives - Global ...

Students spot mice in Rams Head Dining Hall

UNC students are not the only ones who enjoy spending time in the dining halls with their friends.

Sous Vide Makes Its Way To The Home Kitchen

This cooking method — a strange mix of the precise and the forgiving — means never having to worry about rubbery, overcooked meats. But mind your eyebrows while you're holding the blowtorch.

Heritage Hotels introduces Good Food Project

The raw food movement is sweeping the world. In New Zealand Heritage Hotels are increasingly choosing to buy fresh produce in season. Combine these major shifts in the way people eat with a simple desire to give them the tastiest food possible when they’re travelling, and you have the Heritage Hotels’ Good Food Project. We’re also expanding our menus to include a selection of plant-based dishes ...

Wine specials this week

ONGOINGPalm Beach First-Growth Wine Club, once a month, members meet at a Palm Beach restaurant and split the cost of a first-growth wine and share a meal.

Penfolds Grange 1959: truly a wine to remember

The wine that undid Barry O'Farrell is a powerful, pulsing wave that assaults the senses and will now leave the former NSW premier with an almighty hangover Continue reading...

Australian wine sales to China plummet

Latest figures on Australia's wine export performance show a steep 12 per cent decline in sales to China.

Horsemeat scandal prompts call new powers to seize fraudulent food

Food Standards Agency wants EU-wide powers to allow local authorities to inspect food companies New EU-wide powers for local authorities to seize fraudulent foods are needed in the wake of last year's horsemeat scandal , say officials at the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) . They warn that food companies are likely to resist any attempt by Britain to go it alone on this issue and also predict ...

Clemens: Celebrate 30 years of Texas wine this month

Where were you with wine in 1984?Knew about it, sometimes brought a jug to a pizza party?Drank some Italians like Chianti or Bolla Valpolicella, maybe a German riesling named Blue Nun, or a Portuguese sparkling ros called Mateus?California wine? Gallo. Italian Swiss Colony (made by "Little old winemaker, me").Orson Wells unctuously quoted Paul Masson: "We will sell no wine before it's time." If ...

Wine: the trouble with Châteauneuf-du-Pape

For many of us, Châteuaneuf-du-Pape is the go-to wine at Christmas. But is it really worth the price? If there's one wine that's guaranteed to put a smile on the face of your nearest and dearest on Christmas Day, it's a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Practically everyone's heard of it, it looks the part and its high alcohol and warm, ripe fruit make it the perfect match for turkey. The problem ...

BC Wine Institute announces governance review

The British Columbia Wine Institute announced today (April 15, 2014) it has commenced an independent third-party review of the organization's governance structure.

Cooking up gluten-free cookies in Wellington

It would be easy to say that Yossi Haimberg’s business acumen involves being in the right place at the right time.

Food star rating system starts as Sydney muesli company goes it alone

The controversial star rating system that evaluates the health benefits of food will appear on supermarket shelves for the first time this week. A family-owned muesli producer in Sydney has put the stars on the labels of its muesli packets to be sold in supermarkets around Australia and exported to Asia. Husband-and-wife team Trevor and Kim Lauman from the Monster Health Food Company started ...

Dining with royalty: Choosing character breakfasts in Disney World

Dining with a princess or a mouse (Mickey, of course) is all the rage in Disney World — but there are so many character breakfasts to choose from that it can get overwhelming.

Rising food, housing costs push up U.S. inflation

* Food, shelter costs account for much of the increase WASHINGTON, April 15 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices firmed a bit in March, as food and housing rental costs rose in a possible sign that a disinflationary trend had run its course. The increase should allay concerns among some Federal Reserve officials that inflation was running too low, although the rise was mild enough to suggest the ...

Food Additives: The U.S. Market

NEW YORK, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Food Additives: The U.S. Market ...

4 Lamb Recipes, Plus Lamb Cooking Tips

With the weather getting warmer, Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst is thinking lamb. She shares recipes for Middle Eastern-style lamb meatballs and more.

Food prices push inflation up, limit RBI's room to act

Rising food prices drove inflation in India up more than expected in March, reversing a slowdown and leaving the RBI with less room to support the economy amid fresh signs of slowing growth. The pick-up in inflation, coupled with a slump in industrial output and merchandise exports and the risk of less-than-normal monsoon rains this summer, also calls into question assumptions that the worst is ...

Divine dishes for Lent at Resorts World Manila

DINING during Lent is intriguing at best for those who observe religious traditions. However, more than calling for abstinence from meat, the season motivates gourmands to explore fresh and healthy culinary alternatives.

Scotty O’Hotty gourmet hot sauces win awards

DEARBORN — Scotty O’Hotty gourmet hot sauces, a premium line of all-natural products produced by Owens Family Foods LLC, are on fire.

New Superfood, Kaniwa, Offer from Retailer Gourmet Italian

Gourmet Italian is pleased to offer Kaniwa, an emerging superfood gaining national attention for its many health benefits. Consumers interested in Kaniwa should visit for more information. (PRWeb April 15, 2014) Read the full story at

Supermarket wine sales: wine rack or wine racket?

You're in Tesco, Sainsbury's or Asda and the wine deals look too good to resist. But are those offers really what they seem? If you are a typical supermarket shopper, chances are this weekend you will pop a bottle of wine into your trolley – and it will almost certainly be on discount and quite likely even half price. Nine in 10 of the bottles of wine we drink in the UK are bought from the major ...

Gourmet Olive Oil Producer FORCED to Switch to Plastic Bottles!

Ione, CA / ACCESSWIRE / April 14, 2014 / California Gourmet Extra Virgin Olive Oil producer, Olive Oak Ranch, whose primary outlet for their premium extra virgin olive oil is through Amazon, has been forced ...

Casual-dining restaurants cook up new menus to draw food-savvy customers

Music and memorabilia — not the menu — draw Ohio tourist Kim Myers to Hard Rock Cafe.

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Music and memorabilia — not the menu — draw Ohio tourist Kim Myers to Hard Rock Cafe.

How to make onion gravy | Henry Dimbleby

Our series on basic cooking skills continues with this recipe for gravy: and there's no need for granules. Meat or onion, it's really straightforward ... If you ever have me round to your house for lunch, please put me to work. I'm not very good at small talk, but I am handy in the kitchen (and I'm tidier than I used to be). I'll do anything: peel spuds, look after the veg, make an impromptu pud ...

Dining Pioneer Red Lobster Looking at Future Challenges

LAKELAND | When the Prescott family of Lakeland starts thinking of where to eat after Sunday church services, Red Lobster is usually on the short list.

Ballymaloe Gourmet Irish Ketchup

Ballymaloe ain't your regular ketchup! This gourmet Irish ketchup is made with real tomatoes, onions and the perfect blend of seasoning and spices. read more

Cooking Skills Gap: Millenials Lack Confidence in the Kitchen

New research from Sobeys Inc. drives company's commitment to get Canadians cooking for Food Revolution Day STELLARTON, NS, April 14, 2014 /CNW/ - Research released today by Sobeys Inc. has revealed a generation gap when it comes to food knowledge and confidence in cooking skills. Both findings point to a trend in Canada that could lead to significant health consequences. A 2012 study1 showed ...

Nicholls cooking students work at Masters golf

THIBODAUX, La. (AP) - Thirty-six cooking students are returning to Nicholls State University after a week of work at the Masters golf tournament. The Daily Comet ( reports that they left for Augusta, Ga., on April 3 and were expected back in Thibodaux on Monday. They worked ...

Gourmet Garden launches new ‘lightly dried’ herb range

Australian herb company Gourmet Garden has launched a new Lightly Dried Herb range, made with Australian organically grow herbs that have been washed, roughly chopped and lightly dried.

Food waste: national campaign aims to stop the rot by 2020

Government, council and retailer-backed report says ban on landfill could save UK £17bn and heat 600,000 homes Food producers, retailers, restaurants and consumers are being urged to join forces to secure a ban on all food waste going into landfill by 2020, in a bold national campaign. Compulsory collections of food waste from all homes and businesses by local councils are among a series of ...

Food Network stars to host ‘Taste of Two Forks’ fete

Summer food festivals are turning up the star wattage. Katie Lee and Geoffrey Zakarian of the Food Network’s “The Kitchen” will co-host the fourth annual Dan’s Taste of Two Forks,...
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