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Israeli restaurant makes its mark in NOLA
Chef Alon Shaya's unlikely love affair with Louisiana started years ago.
 
Row erupts as Italian restaurant voted best in world
The first Italian restaurant to be named the best in the world celebrated its win Tuesday as controversy erupted over the selection, with several big name chefs not making the list.
 
The simple chicken sandwich gets a picnic-worthy makeover
Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A famously claims that they didn't invent the chicken, just the fried chicken sandwich. There is no denying that the fried chicken sandwich is a classic and crave-able combination. Before I started making my own version of the sandwich it was always the first thing I would eat when I visited my hometown.
 
Thousands flock to posh Paris flash mob picnic 'Diner en Blanc' for yearly dinner
It's the world's classiest flash mob, when a highly selective group of guerrilla gourmets armed with picnic baskets and linen napkins take over a famous landmark.
 
Kenyans wake up and smell the coffee beans
Africa's best barista doesn't drink coffee, nor even really like it, yet two-time Kenyan champ Martin Shabaya won the Africa round and next month competes at the World Barista Championships.
 
Beer to flow through city as Belgian pipe dream comes true
The idea may have seemed mad, but after all, the beer is called the Madman of Bruges -- or Brugse Zot in Dutch.
 
The U.S. government on Wednesday released non-binding guidelines for the food industry to slash salt levels in their products to levels considered safe by medical experts and consumer groups.
 
British bunker houses HK fine wines
In high-rise, high-priced Hong Kong, even millionaires don't always have room to store their fine wine collection at home, but a converted British war bunker offers space-crunched oenophiles the perfect solution.
 
Whether the ingredients are traditional, exotic or frankly bizarre, French liqueurs are reliable "ambassadors of quality," an industry leader says.
 
Down-to-earth methods but 'heavenly' tastes
Founded in 2009 by Hong Kong chef Mai Kwai-pui (麥桂培), Tim Ho Wan (添好運) immediately wowed the world, quickly rising to fame and even winning a Michelin star.
 
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