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16 June, 2018

THE 17 BEST FOOD HALLS IN AMERICA

THE 17 BEST FOOD HALLS IN AMERICA
Posted in : Restaurant, Review, USA on by : EyeOnFood
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THE 17 BEST FOOD HALLS IN AMERICA View this post on Instagram Vietnamese food for the soul–pho, shrimp and pork noodle soup, and stuffed crepe😍 A post shared by Cecilia (@cook_eat_drink_repeat) on Dec 13, 2017 at 2:03pm PST Eden Center Falls Church, Virginia Like a few other food halls mentioned throughout the course of this
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22 April, 2018

US Grocery Stores Graded On Food Waste And One Gets An ‘F’

US Grocery Stores Graded On Food Waste And One Gets An ‘F’
Posted in : Facts, Science, Weird on by : EyeOnFood
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US Grocery Stores Graded On Food Waste And One Gets An ‘F’ As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It’s apparently not an adage that America’s grocery stores have taken to heart, at least according to a new report from the Center for Biological Diversity and the Ugly Fruit
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12 September, 2017

Can An In-House Dry-Aging Room Earn Korean Barbecue Its First Michelin Star In the USA?

Can An In-House Dry-Aging Room Earn Korean Barbecue Its First Michelin Star In the USA?
Posted in : Barbecue, Review, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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Can An In-House Dry-Aging Room Earn Korean Barbecue Its First Michelin Star In the USA?  It’s almost as if Cote was put on this planet for Matthew Kang and Nick Solares to eat at. Cote is a new KBBQ restaurant in Manhattan that dry ages beef in house and offers a more upscale approach to
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19 July, 2017

Breeding The World’s Hottest Peppers

Breeding The World’s Hottest Peppers
Posted in : Famous, Funny, Spicy, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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Breeding The World’s Hottest Peppers In the competitive world of hot pepper breeding, one man is smoking the competition. Meet “Smokin’” Ed Currie. He’s the man behind the world’s hottest pepper—the “Carolina Reaper.” For the past three decades, Currie has been pushing the limits of the Scoville scale—breeding hotter and hotter peppers. We went behind
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5 July, 2017

NYC’s Best Sicilian Slice

NYC’s Best Sicilian Slice
Posted in : Pizza, USA, Video on by : EyeOnFood
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NYC’s Best Sicilian Slice    Though it hasn’t been around for as long as New York’s O.G. pizzerias, Prince Street Pizza has quickly made its mark by serving one of the city’s—if not the world’s—great square slices. In this episode of Food Skills, Prince Street’s Dominic Morano breaks down the elements of this iconic Sicilian
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14 June, 2017

California Factory Dedicated To Making Fresh Tofu Daily

California Factory Dedicated To Making Fresh Tofu Daily
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California Factory Dedicated To Making Fresh Tofu Daily    Tofu is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, but not everyone knows how this jelly like substance is made. Zagat went behind the scenes with Koki Sato, owner of Meiji Tofu, to discover how fresh tofu is made – and why restaurants like Winsome in Los
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28 April, 2017

California Is On Its Way To Having An Avocado Crop Year-Round

California Is On Its Way To Having An Avocado Crop Year-Round
Posted in : Article, Science, USA on by : EyeOnFood
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California Is On Its Way To Having An Avocado Crop Year-Round The avocados on the right are Hass, America’s favorite variety of the green fruit. At left are GEM avocados, the great-granddaughter of the Hass. GEM avocados grow well in California’s Central Valley and, in taste tests, they scored better than the Hass in terms
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14 April, 2017

The 7 Most Intense Regional Food Items

The 7 Most Intense Regional Food Items
Posted in : Unhealthy, USA, Weird on by : EyeOnFood
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The 7 Most Intense Regional Food Items   One of the lowkey sad things about the way we are becoming a more global culture is the death of regionalism. Like, sometimes you get some strange regional fast food items that are only possible because of local ingredients. But even beyond the fast food offerings, what
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5 April, 2017

8 Curious Recipes From The Depression Era

8 Curious Recipes From The Depression Era
Posted in : Facts, History, USA on by : EyeOnFood
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8 Curious Recipes From the Depression Era According to historians, modern society can learn a lot from the myriad ways people put food on the table during the Great Depression. While some people raised livestock and grew their own fruits and vegetables, others had to stretch every dollar and pinch every penny to get the most
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