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Updated The ABCs of a nutritious breakfast are now backed by science. New research shows that you'll feel full longer and may get less hungry throughout the day if your first meal has protein-rich foods, such as eggs, Greek yogurt, low-fat dairy
On a sunny day, with their windows wide open in the railcar-esque restaurant perched at a diagonal where Crescent Heights meets Santa Monica Boulevard, the boisterous ambiance is only bested by the delicious brunch entrees and cocktails. That railcar
Whether you're avoiding dairy for health or ethics, you can still enjoy dining out at your favorite restaurant. Keep these tips in mind so you don't end up accidentally eating dairy while out or if you're new to a dairy-free lifestyle and want to
Chinese Peking duck beats all other Chinese food to be ranked fifth, chinanews.com reported Friday...According to the website, the maltose-syrup glaze coating the skin was the secret to Peking duck. The "crispy, syrup-coated skin" of the duck meat,
But one of the most memorable Hong Kong experiences is dining at a bing sutt (literally, ice room), a traditional cafe that serves Western-style breakfast dishes and drinks all day. Bing sutts started to appear in the 1950s, providing the local
Maurice Bennett with his toast portrait of Elvis Artists are often the toast of the town. But Maurice Bennett, one of New Zealand's most celebrated artists, is known as the "toast man" of the town because he creates vast mosaics from thousands of
It's the first meal of the day, so make sure it's wholesome Chef Jacob rues the fact that ragi, that healthful grain, is no longer on our breakfast menu. Our kids don't even recognise the word, he said on his breakfast show. But then, our cereal-
The brandy glaze glistened as it appeared in the sunshine pouring through the window before Lynn Yannone, sitting at the booth table. She sliced a forkful of the Peach Croissant French Toast and groaned a little. It melts in your mouth, said the full-
Daniel Patterson's Oakland outpost, Plum, is the latest local gastronomic darling to turn the attentions of its talented chefs to say nothing of its sous vide immersion circulators and Pacojets toward that most maligned of meals: the weekend brunch.
Some of the menu highlights include French toast stuffed with spiced mango chutney, crispy crab cakes, there will even be banana cream pie for dessert! And the best part is that all moms receive a complimentary bottle of Patina Cuvee at their table.