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  • International Eco-Friendly Kid “Funkins” Napkin-Placemats

    The need for global responsibility is at an all time high. A young company making “Funkins” have as their goal a way families and schools think about packing lunches and the waste created from a single meal on the go.   With over 3.5 million tons of paper towels and napkins ending up in landfills, the eco-friendl...

  • Inotheke Refines Cypriot Greek Home Cooking

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Ask almost any Greek where to find the Greek cuisine, and they will almost invariable answer, “at home.”  Carlos Tomazos is no exception although he prefers to share what he – or his mother when he was growing up on the island of Cyprus – prepared at home in his new contemporary, c...

  • Holy Basil, Tulsi, Joins Turmeric, Ginger in Organic India Tea

    Tulsi Turmeric Ginger Tea, an Organic India produce,  combines the best of two of the most respected ancient herbs “newly discovered”, turmeric and ginger, and adds tulsi, known in India as The Queen of Herbs.” Tulsi is revered as a sacred plant infused with healing powers by practitioners dating back 5,000 y...

  • Chicago Celebrates Mardi Gras with Polish “Paczki”

    Delightful Pastries company, known as Chicago’s largest producer of authentic Polish paczki, offers a different menu annually for Mardi Gras,  on Tuesday, February 9 this year. The family-owned and operated bakery and café will begin to churn out thousands of housemade paczki per day to prepare for the massive demand on...

  • Chao Krung: LA’s Historic Thai Restaurant

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Chao Krung Thai Restaurant is such a landmark across from The Grove that owners, Boon and Supa Kuntee haven’t changed their anniversary sign out front for two years.  Founded in 1976, Chao Krung holds the distinction of officially the second Thai restaurant in L.A. and since the first Thai cafe at ...

  • The Incredible Egg in Korean Bibimbap

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Ever since I saw my favorite “bad boy” chef Anthony Bourdain make an event out of eating the novel Dol Sot Bibimbap on his TV show I wanted to try it. The actual name roughly translates to a rice dish served in a steaming granite bowl, so hot that when a raw egg […]...

  • “Save the Deli” Book: International Jewish Soul Food

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) In his plea to “save this institution,” David Sax’s book, Save the Deli becomes the definitive account of delis around the world.  Besides providing detailed, mouth-watering descriptions of the food he is served in his exhaustive research – along with witty accounts of the folks who prepare it R...

  • Direct from the Heart of France to Ventura, California

      71 Palm overlooking the ocean     The expert, loving care given 71 Palm Restaurant in Ventura is obvious from the thick herb garden (yes, they use the herbs for cooking) fronting the gloriously restored 1910 Craftsman.  At the top of the stairs is a congenial gentleman effortlessly welcoming guests with a h...

  • Andre’s Italian – First White Tablecloth to Go Casual 50 Years Ago

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Arrive 15 minutes before the 11:00 AM opening and there is already a zigzag line of customers forming, eyeing  new arrivals. The place does 800 covers a day during the week-end, and that’s a lot even considering the cafeteria style service.  The phenomenal host and manager, Aron Celnik is already behind ...

  • (Savory) Domestic Truffles Join European Beauty Contest

    It’s truffle season, not the candy modeled after the irregular, warty-shaped little gem but the original with it’s very own unique flavor, aroma and story, now served in local restaurants. Natural truffles are black, brown, white or gray. They vary from the size of a walnut to a man’s fist. Bulbs grow from 3 to [&helli...

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