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Pokemoto signs three new franchise agreements in Connecticut

by on August 16, 2022 0

Pokemoto, Muscle Maker, Inc. (Nasdaq: GRILL) expanding the Hawaiian poke bowl restaurant concept, today announced that it has signed three additional franchise agreements in the Connecticut market. The three new agreements signed bring Pokemoto’s presence in Connecticut to 18 Pokemoto locations (10 currently open and 8 future franchise locations). This signing brings the total...

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Salt Bae’s mentor flamboyantly debons meat in Mrieħel, then discusses Maltese and Turkish history in Mdina

by on August 14, 2022 0

The Turkish butcher who taught famed Salt Bae for more than a decade is in Malta slicing meat flanks and delving into the countries shared history. Cuneyt Asan, dubbed “the world’s fastest butcher” and “the meat teacher”, attended the opening of Ottoman + by Posh Turkish at their new restaurant in Quad Towers, Mrieħel....

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Where to eat in Washington – NBC4 Washington

by on August 11, 2022 0

Restaurant week is a summer dining tradition almost on par with heaps of blue crab. An assortment of restaurants will offer deals for brunches and multi-course lunches ($25) or dinners ($40-55). Some have menus with wine pairings, specialty cocktails, and takeout options. It’s back Monday August 15th through Sunday August 21st – and it’s...

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Bob Evans Restaurants Expands American Values ​​Platform with ‘Sunrise Savers’ Breakfast Menu

by on August 3, 2022 0

Customers can put more on their table for less with breakfast classics starting at $4.99 New Albany, Ohio (RestaurantNews.com) In response to the continued economic pressure felt by people across the United States, Bob Evans Restaurants is expanding its American Values ​​Platform which gives customers a way to enjoy high-quality, farm-fresh food at an...

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Salad and Go adds three more restaurants to Tucson | Subscriber

by on July 17, 2022 0

Bemo’s Ol’ Joe’s Tot-Chos are tater tots filled with pulled pork, barbecue sauce, cheese and coleslaw. Ellice Lueders Amber Donahue and Chris Frisch were running a thriving sports therapy business, traveling across the United States with elite athletes, when the pandemic hit. “Overnight, our jobs were obsolete,” Amber said. “So we started thinking about...

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8 Best Restaurants to Try in Rhinebeck

by on July 14, 2022 0

Although the towns clustered along the Hudson River between Albany and New York are small – at least compared to the Big Apple – they offer a wide range of fantastic dining experiences. Taking full advantage of the quality ingredients produced by local farms, orchards and vineyards, the chefs prepare tasty meals and the...

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4 best European hotels to book with points

by on July 7, 2022 0

Why pay hundreds or even thousands per night at the best hotels in Europe, when you can book directly with a reasonable number of points? Share this article AFAR partners with CreditCards.com and may receive commission from card issuers. This site does not include all financial companies or all available financial offers. Compensation can...

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My pappou, prisoner of war

by on July 6, 2022 0

In the summer of July 1974, Turkey invaded Cyprus. My grandfather Panayiotis Harpas was 35 and my grandmother Ellatha Harpas was only 29. This summer would change the course of their lives forever. Yiayia and Pappou had taken their children Androulla my eight-year-old mother and her six-year-old brother Yiannis to the family vacation home...

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CLINTON COUNTY RESTORATIONS INSPECTED – Wilmington News Journal

by on July 4, 2022 0

The following information is obtained from the Clinton County Health Department and is compiled from inspection reports. Violations are either critical or non-critical. Serious violations are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness, or an environmental health hazard, including improper cooking of food or poor personal hygiene. For a more detailed description of...

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City Hall cafe open for business

by on July 2, 2022 0

LOWELL – Enter any entrance of City hall during the week, and right away your nose will tell you that there is something delicious going on in the building. Maybe it’s the smell of freshly baked cookies or the aroma of grilled chicken that wafts through the hallways. The well named Town Hall Cafe...

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Corinne’s Place: famous soul-food in Camden

by on June 24, 2022 0

When Corinne Bradley-Powers heard the news earlier this year from friends who texted her congratulations, it wasn’t clear what name they mentioned. “I know Jacques Bradley— he’s my grandfather,” says the 76-year-old, “but James Beard, I didn’t know him. People were like, ‘You don’t know? It’s the Oscar for food! So now I know....

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Turkish Tastes strengthens its presence on the Las Vegas culinary scene

by on June 10, 2022 0

After launching a 4-year project in 2020 for the promotion of 6 food and agricultural industries in the Aegean region of Turkey, Turkish Tastes is expanding its presence in the culinary scene of Las Vegas. In partnership with UNLV’s Harrah College of Hospitality and the Nevada Restaurant Association, the organization hosted several cooking demonstrations...

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When culture meets heritage Juneteenth Festival coincides with the inauguration of Top Notch Creole Creations – L’Observateur

by on June 8, 2022 0

LAPLACE – Culture, heritage and community converge as the second annual Juneteenth festival coincides with the official opening of the Top Notch Creole Creations restaurant at 975 Cambridge Drive in LaPlace. The Juneteeth Festival and Grand Opening Celebration will take place from 2-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 19. The public is invited to join...

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Benton County Restaurant Inspections

by on May 30, 2022 0

Critical violations are the factors leading to foodborne illness and must be corrected immediately. Non-critical violations relate to maintaining food operations and cleanliness. BENTON COUNTY May 16 Gratitude Partners 200 Townsend Road, Pea Ridge Critical Violations: Water not running at time of inspection. Non-critical violations: no certified food safety officer on staff. Jessica’s diet...

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Three Turkish soldiers killed in Iraq

by on May 24, 2022 0

Tehran, Iran: Thousands of mourners took to the streets of Tehran on Tuesday to pay their respects to a member of the Revolutionary Guards killed by two gunmen on a motorbike earlier this week, banging the air with their fists and chanting ” Death to Israel”. ”Sunday’s assassination of Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodaei bore...

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Smoke House reopens for the season

by on May 6, 2022 0

The Smoke House restaurant welcomes you back for the season starting today, May 6th. Smoke House is currently open Sunday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. for dine-in and take-out. Led by Mooring Executive Chef Jennifer Bachman and Sous Chef Regan Pardo...

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Here are the best parties in Houston

by on May 3, 2022 0

It’s called the best two minutes in sports, but the kentucky derby offers hours of fun for those who appreciate the traditions of dressing up (fascinators, hats, seersucker) and drinking mint-iced bourbon cocktails. This year’s Derby Day festivities will take place across the city on May 7 with Julep-filled parties, many featuring best-dressed prizes,...

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Opening of Soul Food Lounge at MLK Legacy Apartments Brings New Flavors to the West Side Dining Scene

by on April 28, 2022 0

NORTH LAWNDALE — The opening of a soul food fusion restaurant in North Lawndale will bring an upscale yet affordable dining experience not yet offered in the neighborhood, according to its executives. Soul Food Lounge is launched in partnership between Chef Quentin Love, the culinary brains behind Turkey Chop in West Humboldt Park, and...

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Top Rated BBQ Restaurants in ENC

by on April 24, 2022 0

GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – If you come from or have been to eastern North Carolina, you know how seriously we take our barbecue. Residents of eastern North Carolina take no criticism lightly when it comes to their favorite barbecue restaurants, as this part of the state is known for its quality, especially with different...

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Mildreds, London WC1: ‘Shameless and utterly unjudgmental’ – restaurant review | Food

by on April 22, 2022 0

youuntil recently, Mildreds had niche appeal: meatless and strong since 1988, but not exactly mainstream. Your average restaurant liked vegetables, of course, but preferred them with a good steak. Or even a not particularly charming steak, like those served at Covent Garden Angus Steakhouse, where tourists flocked for 12oz ribeye and thick Carolina crisps...

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What will €585,000 buy in the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Norway, France and Ardee?

by on April 8, 2022 0

IRELAND: ARDEE Set in 0.7 acres of mature gardens, this charming 200 year old freestone Honeybee Cottage is 300m², has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. With exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings there is plenty of character to the property which is a five minute drive from Ardee.Price: €585,000Agent: reaobriencollins.ie This five bedroom cottage...

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Where to eat and drink in Hillsboro, Oregon

by on April 4, 2022 0

Orenco Woods Nature Park in Hillsboro.| Yanqiang Dai/Shutterstock When Portlanders ask where all the great Mexican and Indian food is, they’re often directed to Hillsboro, the city’s western suburb. There’s some truth to that, given that Hillsboro’s population is roughly a quarter latinx, and the city is home to a high concentration of Indian...

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‘The world is waiting for good news’: Russian-Ukrainian peace talks continue in Turkey | Ukraine

by on March 29, 2022 0

SDrinking a tulip-shaped glass of Turkish black tea, Roman Abramovich sat on the sunny terrace of Istanbul’s Shangri-La Hotel on Tuesday afternoon and chatted intensely with the Ukrainian negotiating team. Despite the restaurant’s full menu of seafood and burgers and the large refrigerator advertising its stock of dry-aged meat, the Russian oligarch didn’t appear...

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Korner Restaurant offers a turkey dinner today, other daily specials throughout the week, eat in or take out :: exploreClarion.com

by on March 27, 2022 0

RIMERSBURG, PA (EYT) – Restaurant Korner is offering a turkey dinner as a special dish on Sunday, March 27. There are also daily specials and homemade soup throughout the week! The Korner Restaurant is open for dinner. Take-out meals are still available! The daily specials are as follows: Sunday March 27 – Turkey dinner...

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Deborah VanTrece will open Oreatha’s at The Point in Cascade Heights next week

by on March 23, 2022 0

To realize his vision for Oreatha’s at The Point, VanTrece tapped Christian “Lucke” Bell, formerly of Atlanta restaurant Rock Steady, as executive chef. Look for globally inspired small plates like tempura miso fried artichokes with okra, shishito peppers, smoked garlic and roasted chili harissa aioli, and Italian-influenced fried duck ravioli with aglio e olio...

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Dua Lipa has great taste when it comes to food, as evidenced by her list of restaurants in Houston over the weekend

by on March 14, 2022 0

Dua Lipa understands. She came to Houston last weekend as part of her Future Nostalgia tour, for which she performed at the Toyota Center on March 12, and hit up some of the city’s best restaurants during her visit. . It is well documented that being famous, rich Where powerful doesn’t necessarily mean you...

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New York Brunch Institution Sadelle’s opens Wednesday in Dallas’ Highland Park Village

by on March 12, 2022 0

Dallasites who were eagerly awaiting the planned opening of Major Food Group’s darling deli At Sadelle’s may expire this week. Known as a “brunch institution” in New York, Sadelle’s debuts at the iconic address of 1 Highland Park Village in the space formerly occupied by Royal Blue Grocery, with an interior redesigned for the...

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Turkish cuisine restaurant planned for the high street in Naas, Kildare, planning permission documents show

by on March 9, 2022 0

Building permit documents show that a new restaurant specializing in Turkish cuisine has been proposed for a property on South Main Street in Naas. The applicant, a company called Qasim Foods Ltd, is seeking permission from Kildare County Council (KCC) for a number of changes. First, Qasim Foods Ltd is seeking KCC’s consent for...

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Men responsible for 2020 anti-Turkish restaurant attack face conviction – NBC Los Angeles

by on March 8, 2022 0

Two Los Angeles men face sentencing on Monday for attacking diners at a family-owned Turkish restaurant by shouting anti-Turkish slurs, throwing chairs at the victims and threatening to kill them. William Stepanyan and Harutyun Chalikyan both pleaded guilty last year to federal conspiracy and hate crime charges. The two criminal offenses together carry a...

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Out and About WRAL.com

by on March 4, 2022 0

Fayetteville, North Carolina — Quick, make a list of the best gastronomic cities in the world. You may be thinking of London, Paris and New York, and you should. But you can find some of the best restaurants here in Fayetteville. More than 12,700 Fayetteville residents work in the food industry. This statistic scratches...

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National Deli Day is Thursday

by on March 2, 2022 0

This Thursday, March 3, is National Charcuterie Day. National Deli Day, according to National Day Calendar, was designed for sandwich and snack makers. Call them charcuterie, charcuterie, charcuterie, or charcuterie, people love them. From charcuterie staples like turkey and ham to culinary delights like salami and prosciutto. There are many delicatessens throughout the Hudson...

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9 Amazing Restaurants to Try in Morro Bay

by on February 14, 2022 0

Ocean-to-table cuisine is more than a slogan in Morro Bay, California. The fishing boats lining the docks along the downtown Embarcadero of the small town on California’s Central Coast offer a picturesque glimpse of what to expect at the many waterfront restaurants. Diners can expect catch-of-the-day choices including halibut, rockfish and lingcod that are...

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Arby’s and one of Dunkin’s biggest licensees team up in Saudi Arabia

by on January 24, 2022 0

Arby’s today announced an exclusive development agreement with Shahia Foods Limited Company, one of the world’s largest Dunkin’ licensees, for significant expansion across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The deal marks the brand’s first-ever entry into Saudi Arabia and the biggest expansion into the Middle East to date. The first restaurants should open at...

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Turkey’s flagship online food ordering company fails to respect workers’ rights

by on January 21, 2022 0

In April 2021, while delivering groceries in a dense Istanbul suburb, Ahmet ran through a small puddle while making a turn. He slipped and fell off his motorcycle, sustaining hand injuries that still bother him today. Ahmet, 30, who drives for Banabi, the grocery branch of Turkey’s flagship delivery company Yemeksepeti (Turkish for “Food...

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Bulgarian Health Minister changes arrival rules for citizens of Israel, North Macedonia, Turkey and Serbia

by on January 17, 2022 0

After an outcry from Bulgarian winter resorts and the hospitality industry over the Health Minister’s change in rules for arrivals to the country, the rules were changed in an order issued on the night of January 17. Health Minister Assena Serbezova’s January 14 order banned arrivals, from January 19, of non-EU citizens from countries...

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California restaurant cooks all-day breakfast for Dallas-Fort Worth

by on January 12, 2022 0

A California-based restaurant chain arrives in Dallas-Fort Worth, with this most treasured product, All-Day Breakfast: Black bear dinner, which serves classic, home-style comfort food, is executing a 2022 Texas expansion that includes a Mesquite location at 3730 Towne Crossing Blvd. According to a spokesperson, the restaurant will open in mid-2022. Black Bear Diner was...

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Inject kibble at DC vaccine-themed brunch

by on January 10, 2022 0

Immigrant Food’s “vaccinated kibbles”. Photograph courtesy of Immigrant Food. As DC rolls out its vaccine mandate for indoor meals on January 15, the team behind Immigrant Food + wanted to find a way to ‘celebrate’ Covid vaccines. After all, two of the scientists who helped develop the vaccines have immigration histories; Co-founder of BioNTech...

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