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  • New French-inspired Valentine Day Menus by Famous Chefs

    New, creative French-inspired St.Valentine’s Day ethnic celebrations range from renowned Chef Kimmy Tang’s California-inspired French-Vietnamese and Chef Alain Cohen’s refined French-Tunisian to Chef Olivier Rouselle’s international-inspired Parisian French menu. After all, isn’t French the “l...

  • New Valentine’s Day Ethnic Candy, Kiwi, Coffee and Celebrations

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Brand new, creative, Valentine’s Day ethnic treats range from healthy chocolate (and coffee flavored) bars to exotic international fruit gift baskets.  A strolling food and drink tasting festival highlights the holiday in Loveland, Colorado.  Guntar’s Bavarian Grill  and The Perogie Factory re...

  • How to Find Your Favorite Ethnic Bites

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Are you as daring an ethnic food diner at home as you are when traveling?  According to a recent TopDeck Travel survey, travelers are more and more motivated notably to experience the local cuisine while traveling but to actually travel to seek out the best dish of its kind. The same rules sent […]...

  • Kitchen Creativity Book Tells How to Develop Classic Recipes

    KITCHEN CREATIVITY: Unlocking Culinary Genius-with Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs by Karen Page is a voluminous how-to book is filled with secrets and strategies from more than 100 leading culinary minds on ways every cook from home amateur to professional chefs can be inspired in the...

  • How “King of the Yees” Explores Chinese Culinary Lore

      Chinese Fortune Cookies, oranges and “the Best of the Cheap Stuff” alcohol play a prominent part in the production of Lauren Yee’s  “King of the Yees”.   Our heroine must produce them in order to rescue her father.  The play is a lively reminder of how Asian cultures are rich with symbolism. R...

  • A Great, Easy Beef Stew from Georgia

    Chashushuli–I can’t pronounce it, but I love it. What is it? A beef stew from the country of Georgia that’s like no beef stew I’ve ever tasted. It’s full of fresh herbs, stirred in just before serving. And it contains an ingredient that I haven’t seen in other recipes–ground fenugreek....

  • Top California- Inspired Ethnic Cuisine Ambassadors

    Chef Jet Tila, a native of Los Angeles, has been the “official Thai Food Ambassador” since 2013.  We applaud him for adding his own definition to his role as  Ambassador of representing Thai food and culture at food events and in media around the world.   Chef Jet also believes that it means, ” rallying eve...

  • First Official LA Buca di Beppo in Historic Original Farmers Market

    (Gerry Furth-Sides)  The first Buca di Beppo in LA is inside the Original Farmers Market with easy access from the stalls and parking lot.  I know Buca di Beppo originated and are still going strong in the LA ‘burbs of Pasadena, Redondo Beach and Claremont because I arranged all the opening parties which deserve defini...

  • GroverZampa Indian Winery Reinvents Itself

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) It was one of those spring days in Los Angeles where nothing could go wrong.  The Grover Zampa wine tasting for wine writers and influencers at India’s Tandoori Brentwood hosted by owner, Matin Shah, proved it.  No elevator? Guests happily took the stairs.   Can’t make it for lunch?  Matin lai...

  • What next? Quacamole (and Ceviche) Move from Table to Truck to Cart

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) So what can be possibly the next step after trendy guacamole and ceviche have moved from tableside to truck?  Why, back on up to a  poolside cart at an exclusive Mexican resort, that’s where.  It all takes place at the Grand Velas Riviera Maya resort,  definitely worthy of setting a trend.   It i...

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