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Whoever is running the DiGiorno Twitter account has been having a great time yelling at people about football. Bobby Moynihan's Drunk Uncle, alternating football insults with general insults with sadness.
Food-lovers in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, have a chance to relish 'kababs' and 'biryani' from different regions of India as part of a food festival organised by an Indian restaurant. The feast, that began on November 28 at 'Saffron', will continue for
Standing at the junction in Pettah, I let my nose guide me forward. Past the hot fragrance of dried red chillies heaped in their gunny sacks, past the subtler, earthy scent from the stores where rice merchants weigh their produce and the shops of the
We sold cookies and empanadas to raise funds for emergency kits, the Philippine embassy in Washington quoted Maya Woods-Arthur, 12, as saying. Yolanda tore through Visayas and Southern Luzon last Nov. 8, leaving more than 5,600 dead in its wake.
At the French Laundry and Per Se, we use California white sturgeon caviar, which is extremely high quality and is sustainably raised along the Sacramento River...It is more expensive, so you want to serve it in a way that will show off the quality,
While A-B introduced Stella Artois Cidre earlier this year (and one through Michelob), that was more of an effort to siphon off white wine drinkers with its premium European taste profile. It even marketed it as being "designed to be savored and pair
We're not talking about the hot mulled stuff that steams up your kitchen, or the sweet pub draft in a pint glass. This cider is more like sparkling wine. "This is a phenomenally funky, sour, even mildly smoky cider that had to be tasted to be
Are you an anarchist or an acolyte in the way you use cookbooks? Two food experts who face each other across the Atlantic have radically differing recommendations. In One Good Dish (Artisan, £17.99), David Tanis, formerly head chef of the legendary
It's a traditional soup, more of a creamy porridge, made from yogurt and Bulgar and lentils and pumpkin, sprinkled with mint and a splash of olive oil, and eaten with flat Arabic bread...And on a quiet Friday evening, two boys, 14 and 7, take a seat
Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times Mashed potato and cabbage pancakes Planning ahead, I was all set to devote this week's recipes to potatoes, which I have always defended against the anti-carb brigade because potatoes are a wholesome food, high