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  • The Pasadena RAYMOND Makes American Regional History

    Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan introduces his  New Summer Menu with imaginative ethnic twists to the The Raymond 1886, Pasadena’s  historic Craftsman cottage on South Fair Oaks Avenue.  The nostalgic building, at one time a caretaker’s cottage for the grand Raymond Hotel in the late 1800s, shown above.  With this new...

  • Ethnic Stars at Angeleno Magazine’s Live & Dine LA 2016

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Ethnic chefs stood out this year even among the  curated “best of the new best” showcase at the 2016 Angeleno Magazine’s Live & Dine LA event the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows.  It seems that “Inventive dishes from the city’s finest chefs” this year mean inspired and elevating cl...

  • New Zafran Pot Stirs Up Top Indian Fare in Culver City

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Modest little  Zafran Pot is the “baby on the block of stars” (Venice Boulevard at Motor) celebrated for authentic regional Indian food and Owner-Chef Sneh Lata Gumidelli ‘s exceptional Hyderabad-style, savory biranyi ranks right up there with the best. The name itself, Zafran (saffron) ...

  • Hyderabadi Biryani Best at Biryani Bowl, Fremont

    We were lucky enough to join a festive full house at Biryani Bowl in Fremont, California for week-end specials of the best world-famous “dum biryani.” the Hyderabad style means unbroken long grain basmati rice with seasoned, marinated chicken or Halal goat or egg … slow-cooked in a specially sealed vessel. ...

  • No-Price Chefs Table at Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain Resort, China

    In order to make their new Chef’s Table more “palatable,” Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain Resort in the heart of China, recently introduced a unique concept for menu pricing in their Farm2Fork restaurant by asking guests to pay what they feel is appropriate for food and service when dining there. The Chef’s ...

  • Moqueca Restaurant Brings Brazil to Oxnard

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Brazilian Moqueca Restaurant in Oxnard honors its namesake dish, moqueca, with with no less than eight of the original clay pot  versions, lovingly prepared from family recipes at this lively, spacious, glassed-in restaurant overlooking the water.  It begins by sipping Caipirinha, while purusing a desc...

  • Simply D’licious American Regional Soul Food on LA

    Simply D’licious is Chef D (Dennis Baines)’s take on Louisiana food in a story that took his family from that southern state to California and back to a “Louisiana soul food state of mind.”  Baines was raised in Los Angeles though his family arrived in California from Louisiana.  He never intended to ...

  • Fogo de Chão’s Tips for Brazilian Dining During the Olympics

    Fogo de Chão, the world’s leading Brazilian steakhouse/churrascaria just launched the “Fogo Guide to Brazilian Cuisine,” an inside look for diners, travelers and churrasco enthusiasts into the expansive culinary landscape of South America’s largest country.  The  Brazilian-born gaucho chefs offer tips, tricks and ha...

  • Oxnard Salsa Festival 2016 Anchors Five Ethnic Town Hits

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) A visit to Oxnard is like stepping back into time (think Ray Bradbury’s book, Dandelion Wine, and American Graffiti) .   Our five reasons why: the Salsa Festival, the Farmer’s Markets, Moqueca, the Maritime Museum and 27 Mexican restaurants. The competition remains a wonderful, small town, se...

  • New Five-To-Try (and Why) Cooking Tools with Ethnic Pedigrees

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Even the names of new (or “improved”) products prove intriguing enough for a try: Himalayan Salt Table Cook-Top, Bear Paws and Burger Lifts — and the book, Salt Block Cooking.   Each of them has earned high marks in our own kitchens. Salt Rox.  If you’ve ever eaten food prepared on t...

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