Topics :: sustainable cuisine

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A Bengali Culinary Journey with New Cookbook

Sunday Nov 11, 2012
Bengalis are one of the most food and culture obsessed people in India. They are commonly compared to the French in that regard, as dining and entertaining are such an integral part of their culture.

Blending Northern and Southern Indian Cuisine at Chote Nawab

By Matthew Wexler | Monday Oct 29, 2012
Curry Hill has gotten a makeover - at least at the corner of Lexington and 28th Street. The New York City neighborhood known for its kitschy Indian joints strewn with seizure-inducing flashing lights welcomes a new restaurant presenting regional cuisine.

Montreal’s New Food Festival, Taste MTL, to Debut in November

Saturday Oct 6, 2012
From November 1 to 11, the all-new TASTE MTL Festival will invite Montrealers and visitors alike to celebrate the great variety and quality of the city’s restaurants at appetizing prices.

Benoit Paris Celebrates 100 Years

By Mark Thompson | Monday Oct 1, 2012
Located just off rue de Rivoli on a pedestrian stretch of rue St. Martin in le Marais, Benoit Matray’s restaurant still exudes the same seductive charms that made his Lyons-style restaurant such a neighborhood favorite during his lifetime.

Second Annual Mexican Culinary Festival to Be Held in Los Cabos

Friday Aug 24, 2012
One&Only Palmilla will host its Second Annual Mexican Culinary Festival November 7-11, 2012, featuring some of Mexico’s most talented chefs and highlighting wines from the Guadalupe Valley.

Le Louis XV and Alain Ducasse Celebrate 25th Anniversary in Monte Carlo

Monday Apr 23, 2012
This year, the Louis XV is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Launching a year of celebration, a very special birthday menu will be inaugurated as a perfect illustration of the Louis XV cuisine.

Culinary Indulgence, Belgian Style

By Matthew Wexler | Wednesday Mar 28, 2012
Nobody does chocolate, waffles and beer better than Belgium; a gastronomic tour of Wallonia and Brussels.

Chicago’s Soul Food Disappearing as Blacks Leave City

By SOPHIA TAREEN | Wednesday Sep 14, 2011
In the past 10 years as Chicago has lost more than 17 percent of its black population, one soul food place after another has closed and the surviving few are struggling. A tradition is dying in a place where southern cooking came north.

Red, White or Green? Calif. Wine Choices Expand

By Tracie Cone | Tuesday Feb 23, 2010
Calif. wine industry’s new system defining `sustainable’ aims to aid Earth-conscious drinkers. Read more...

Get it Fresh at Farmerie 58

By Megan Smith | Monday Jul 6, 2009
Sustainable is the industry buzzword of the season, and in Chicago, few restaurants have nailed the trend quite as well as . As the name suggests, the philosophy of sustainability centers on farmed ingredients, locally sourced as much as possible.
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