Monthly Archives: November 2021

Miami Grill announces new restaurant in Miami, Florida

by on November 30, 2021 0
Iconic South Florida-based fast food brand, known for legendary cheesesteaks, wings, gyros, burgers and more, opens new location attached to the Miami Convention Center Boca Raton, Florida ( Miami Grill, the iconic South Florida-based casual fast food brand known for its legendary cheesesteaks, wings, gyros, burgers and more, announces it has opened a new... Read More

Reopening of schools, food prices will be discussed in Parliament on Tuesday November 30

by on November 30, 2021 0
KUALA LUMPUR: The latest developments in nationwide phased school operations are expected to be among the highlights of Dewan Rakyat’s session on Tuesday (November 30). According to the Order Paper, the question should be put by Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman (PAS-Kuala Krai) to the Minister of Education during Question Time, who wants to know... Read More

Tips for saving on groceries

by on November 26, 2021 0
HUNTINGTON, Va. (WSAZ) – The US Department of Agriculture reports that food prices are 5.4% higher this year than last year and are expected to increase further in 2022. Have a food purchasing strategy will help you save. Lisa Bell of WVU Extension Services says having a plan before entering the store is key.... Read More

Dine, drink and learn, new fall menus and more

by on November 26, 2021 0
Manna continues to educate diners, Park Place teaches quaffers, new restaurant dishes, seasonal menus and more new and bites from the East End “Food Seen”. Stop whining! Wine courses resume at Wines and liqueurs Park Place in East Hampton – her in-store wine classes resume Thursday, December 2nd. The tasting will focus on the... Read More

Jumboking Food celebrates its 20th anniversary by opening an outlet at Kashmere Gate metro station in Delhi

by on November 25, 2021 0
Jumboking Foods, which is now celebrating 20 years as the largest vegetarian brand of QSR (Quick Service Restaurant) in India. Jumboking opened to serve Delhi residents at Kashmere Gate metro station. The whole range of products – the flavors of premium vegetarian burgers such as Spicy Mexican, Nachos, Mumbai Masala, Mac & Cheese, Crispy... Read More

Seeing India’s appetite, ITC adds breakfast items to its menu

by on November 23, 2021 0
The conglomerate Cigarettes-to-hotels Ltd. has made a foray into the Indian breakfast segment with a ready-to-cook and ready-to-mix range and staples under its FMCG ‘Aashirvaad’ brand, taking a stand against multinationals Kellogg, PepsiCo and Nestle, and Indian companies MTR and Gits Food. Hemant Malik, general manager of ITC’s food business division, told ET that... Read More

White Castle Slider Prank turns 30, adds a spicy kick

by on November 21, 2021 0
For 30 years around Thanksgiving, White Castle shared a recipe that uses its famous sliders as an ingredient. Last year the stuffing was changed to include the herbal impossible slider. This year, the chain is spicing things up with two hot recipes. New variations are Bacon and Jalapeño Cheese Stuffing and Southwest Jalapeño Cheese... Read More

Where to find Dalgona candy in New York restaurants

by on November 19, 2021 0
Squid game has increased restaurant patrons’ demand for Korean childhood retro street snack so much that it looks like dalgona candy, also known as ppopgi, is here to stay. From a dalgona makgeolli to a foie gras accord, new creative interpretations have proliferated in the hands of Korean American chefs who have welcomed this... Read More

Baskin-Robbins returns to Oshawa, Ontario. with a veteran franchisee at the helm Canadian Business Franchise

by on November 16, 2021 0
Baskin-Robbins has returned to Oshawa, Ontario, under the leadership of Kelly Wilson, who has 25 years of franchise experience. This is the brand’s 106th store in Canada. Baskin-Robbins has made a comeback at Oshawa, Ont.., opening the company’s 106e global location in Canada. Owned and operated by Kelly Wilson, an experienced franchisee, the location... Read More

Darlinghurst’s Red Lantern Comes Out of Lockdown with New Look and Vietnamese Street Food Menu

by on November 11, 2021 0
When Darlinghurst’s institution, Red Lantern, reopened after the lockdown, it got a new lease of life. In addition to maintaining Red Lantern’s thriving drive-thru banquet service, chef and co-owner Mark Jensen spent much of the closure refreshing both the dining room of the beloved Vietnamese restaurant and its menu, in the aim to rediscover... Read More

C3, the world’s leading food technology platform and the HOA brands, home to the globally iconic Hooters® Restaurant and Hoots Wings® brands, agree to test C3 products in the marketplace in select locations and explore further deployment wide of C3 products alongside world famous Hooters® and Hoots Wings® Chicken Wings

by on November 10, 2021 0
LAS VEGAS, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – HOA brands, the parent company of the two Sirens® & Hoes Wings® restaurant® systems, has accepted a test contract and is exploring expanding a strategic relationship with that of Sam Nazarian VS3 (Creation of culinary communities), who quickly became the Fastest Growing Global Food Technology... Read More

UN reports global food prices rose 30% last year

by on November 8, 2021 0
LONDON, England: Food prices have increased by 30% worldwide over the past year. United Nations officials have attributed the price hike to growing demand and less productive crops around the world. In October, food prices rose 3% from September, according to an index published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.... Read More

Expect higher prices, fewer options on Thanksgiving turkeys

by on November 7, 2021 0
Consumers can expect higher prices and fewer options for whole turkeys before Thanksgiving, according to an expert from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. David Anderson, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension livestock economist, Bryan-College Station, said turkey production was down 5% from last year, but prices have risen significantly. Fewer turkeys combined with a higher food supply... Read More

“Dig in Day” to celebrate restaurants and chefs owned by Blacks

by on November 6, 2021 0
Local chef Tanesha Trippett, owner of Brotherly Grub, is eager to join in the effort. “This will sensitize black-owned businesses to their ability to survive tough times,” she said. His Mount Airy-based restaurant, specializing in Southern-inspired cuisine with a Philadelphia twist, was only recently open when the pandemic struck last year. “We just pivot.... Read More

Two-year Fazoli sales comparisons hit nearly 30% in a remarkable third quarter performance

by on November 4, 2021 0
The iconic Italian brand saw its sales increase by 27.4% compared to 2019, signed four franchise agreements and opened three branches in the third quarter Lexington, Kentucky ( With three quarters of record sales and historic growth, by Fazoli is among the best in the industry. In the third quarter, the iconic Italian brand’s... Read More

The 21 best restaurants in Prospect Heights

by on November 4, 2021 0
An assortment of brochettes at Maison Yaki.| Louise Palmberg / Eater NY Much like Park Slope and Flatbush, restaurants in Prospect Heights are best enjoyed before or after a day at Prospect Park. A handful of dining destinations – Oxalis, Sofreh, and Olmsted – make this residential Brooklyn neighborhood ideal for a sit-down meal... Read More

Pizza Guys Offers New Garlic & Cheese Rolls

by on November 2, 2021 0
Growing Popular Pizza Franchise Concept Introduces New Garlic & Butter Menu Item Customers Will Love Sacramento, California ( Pizza guys – a Sacramento-based pizza chain that specializes in unique flavors and quality fresh foods – serves something new and delicious to kick off its festive garlic campaign for the holidays: Cheezee Garlic Rolls. The... Read More

Port City Small Bites: Churkeychanga season at Flaming Amy’s, Polish Fest canceled again, and more

by on November 2, 2021 0
Flaming Amy’s churkeychangas are only served once a year in November, along with a fried burrito, stuffed with all the Thanksgiving classics: turkey, cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, jalapeño sauce and salsa. cranberries. (Port City Daily / Courtesy of Josif Walters) SOUTH-EAST NC – There is a lot of movement around the port city regarding... Read More

Wisconsin FFA members recognized at FFA National Convention and Exhibition

by on November 1, 2021 0
FFA Wisconsin members and alumni were recognized at the FFA National Convention and Exhibition last week in Indianapolis, IN. Three members of the Badger State FFA received national honors in agricultural competence through their Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE). Students compete in fields ranging from agricultural communications to wildlife management. Lashawna Vogel from the Danish... Read More