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By Jasmine ShawFor the Birmingham Times Beverly Russell, owner of Olivia’s Transit Cafe, learned several valuable tips from her mother, who was an entrepreneur for more than 50 years. “I watched...

A few weeks ago, I bought tortillas for another recipe I was testing out that I ended up only needing two for. So I started looking for other things I could use them for and decided to mix a few recipes together for fish tacos. Now,...

Best Vietnamese Restaurant: Nam GiaoCelebrity chef David Chang sang its praises when he visited Nam Giao for his Houston episode, but you don’t have to take his word for it. Step inside the modest, family-owned restaurant and you’ll discover an almost entirely different menu than...

Tuscan Beef and Black Pepper Stew (Peposo alla Fornacina)Makes 6 servingsMake sure to use coarsely ground black pepper, as it has more presence and better coats the beef.Don’t be shy about trimming the fat from the chuck roast. Remove as much as you can, which...

Continental Manchester will be a similar concept to the Continental Westhampton at 5704 Grove Ave. (Photos by Mike Platania) A local restaurant group is expanding one of its West End brands to the other side of the river. Johnny Giavos said last week that his group will...

Photo by Eric Vitale Renton Technical College is cooking up a tasty fundraiser with major star power on Jan. 28 to support the school’s culinary program. New York chef Angie Mar, owner...

We throw around the word tradition a lot, and usually use it in a favorable light. That’s with good reason: It’s good to have customs and to remember old ways. It connects us to our history – both our...

INWOOD, Manhattan (WABC) -- A shooting at a restaurant in Manhattan Monday morning injured a man and woman.It happened inside the Floridita Restaurant on 10th Avenue in Inwood just before 5 a.m.The man was shot in the torso and was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital...

Gene Kato, the executive chef of the critically acclaimed Japanese restaurant Momotaro in Chicago, really likes Japanese cooking tools. The James Beard award-nominated chef’s essentials are Japanese in nature and are apt additions to any kitchen of varying cooking styles. From a sashimi knife to...