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7 Great Places To Eat Sans Gluten

It can be tough to travel when you suffer from a gluten sensitivity or intolerance. Those who are celiac and need to stay away from gluten shouldn’t fear traveling to Rome.  In fact, there are more and more restaurants, bistros, ice cream parlors, bakeries and bakeries offering good and gluten-free …

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Chefs Pay Tribute to Restaurant Critic Jonathan Gold, Dead at 57

The world’s best chefs have been paying tribute to the LA Times‘ revered restaurant critic Jonathan Gold, who has passed away in Los Angeles at the age of 57 from pancreatic cancer.  Los Angeleno Gold, who was the first restaurant critic to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, whilst at LA …

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Homemade Tartar Sauce Recipe

How to Make Homemade Tartar Sauce  1. Place all ingredients in a medium bowl. Whisk together to blend. 2. Season with salt and pepper to taste. 3. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour. Note: The tartar sauce will keep well for up to 2 days. Source link

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World’s Oldest Bread Discoverd to be over 14,000 years old

A couple of year’s ago we reported the discovery of 2000-year-old bog butter and now we have the world’s oldest bread to slather it on! News broke this week that scientists have discovered what is thought to be remains of the oldest bread in the world.  The charred crumbs of flatbread found …

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Are You Familiar With White Strawberries?

There is the Charlotte, the legendary Guariguette and Plougastel, and all these strawberries have one thing in common: they are red. Yet there is another berry that should be on your radar: white strawberry. What is the story behind this exotic fruit? How does it taste? We tell you everything. THE STORY BEHIND …

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What To Drink With Shrimp, Oysters and Sea Urchin

“White wine goes with fish.” How many times have you heard this phrase? In recent years, this rule has been challenged by a few sommeliers who have found a handful of red wines that, surprisingly, pair well with seafood. We’ve already established that favorites like spaghetti with shrimp and ceviche pair …

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The Week in Bites | 15 July 2018

Passionate Pía This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an exclusive interview with chef Pía León, the spouse of the chef Virgilio Martinez. Together, Pía and Virgilio have turned Central into Latin America’s best restaurant. Central ranks sixth on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Now, we …

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Frederik Berselius Stunning Debut Cookbook: Aska

Swedish chef, Frederik Berselius knew he wanted to own his own restaurant right from the moment he first decided to cook for a living. Two Michelin star, Aska, housed in a restored warehouse at the edge of the Williamsburg Bridge in New York is the embodiment of his culinary vision. Capturing flavours …

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Paris Will Host Its First Hawaiian Poke Festival

If you are a fan of poke and will be traveling to the City of Lights this month, the Debonair in Paris is launching a festival specially designed for you! On Sunday, July 29th, the rooftop of the 13th arrondissement will host the most prominent poke restaurants in the capital. …

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A Liquid Vegan Egg Is Finally a Reality

Until now the flax egg has been the closest vegan alternative to egg, as it is especially good at thickening baked goods. The frustrating part of the equation has been finding a liquid vegan egg with the flavor and texture of a real egg. Well, the wait is over thanks …

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