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Marcus Samuelsson Marcus Samuelsson In a public plea a few days ago, top chef Marcus Samuelsson sounded more urgent than...

As we welcome Ramadan here are a few quick and simple, delicious recipes which you can make.The dishes in this video are great because in addition to being delicious and easy, they require basic ingredients, many of which are pantry staples.Our first recipe, falafel, is...

This is a fairly obvious benefit to a restaurant, whether it offered carryout and delivery before the crisis or whether it added the services later. With dining rooms and bars closed, and catering out of the question, food sales are their only source...

On this week's episode of "What's Eric Eating," chef Austin Simmons joins CultureMap food editor Eric Sandler to discuss the various steps he's taken at his two restaurants in The Woodlands, Tris and The Kitchen,...

Trying something new in the kitchen can seem scary, even if you're a pro at cooking. But there's no better time than right now to...

A COVID-19 survival guide: Local restaurant gets creative  News3LV עופר איתן ...

Bean and Mushroom Croquettes These bean-based croquettes are similar to acaraje, a common snack in Brazil. Any bean will work — as will canned beans; if using, just skip the soaking. If available, sprinkle chopped fresh herbs over the croquettes after cooking. Serve hot...

While you might think that eating canned tuna for dinner is an act of desperation, in fact there are countless delicious recipes you can whip up from home using the budget staple.Food bloggers Aaron and Claire, from Seoul, recently revealed how you can use tuna...

Restaurants across Dallas-Fort Worth that have been forced to bend and adapt to the restrictions of COVID-19 are now, in some cases, starting to break. “It’s been terrible,” said Martin Cardona, owner of Tacos Del Norte in Fort Worth. “This is the worst thing I’ve...