New Mexico's Hatch green chiles are hot
Grown in a small, hot, dry valley in an out-of-the-way corner of southwestern New Mexico, Hatch green chiles are becoming a treasured regional ingredient. Green chiles, which range in temperature from spicy to incendiary, are to New Mexican food what tomatoes are to Italian cooking.
McDonald's pizza soon to be a Florida reality
In July the fast food retailer broke ground on the future site of a new and improved location on Orlando's International Drive that will open in February 2016, the Orlando Business Journal reports. But this is not your hometown McDonald's.
Downtown Phoenix Forno 301 Is Reminiscent of Italy's Best Cafes
My Italian is lousy, but I know a lot of the swear words, so when I spotted cazzone as one of the specials of the day at Forno 301, my new favorite restaurant, I laughed. Cazzone means "big dick," not as in "giant penis," but more like "you're an idiot."
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Eileen Fischer : Restaurants come and restaurants go and some restaurants reboot. Rizzuto's Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Westport recently did the latter.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver comes to India
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is set to launch his famous Italian restaurant chain in Delhi, the first in the country with plans to expand to cities across India. he high-street Jamie's Italian, which has over 30 restaurants across the world and Jamie's Pizzeria, two sustainable eating restaurant brands would open this autumn, promoters said today.
Italy, Land Of Pizza And Pasta, Is Gluten-Free Friendly
Gluten is everywhere you look in Italy. Here, fresh ravioli at the historic shop "Gatti & Antonelli" in Rome in 2014.
Milwaukee Public Market supports Victory School's Italian Immersion Program
The "Bevi Mangia Italiano", which translates to "Drink Eat Italian" in Italian, event was the name of event held at the Milwaukee Public Market. The event featured Italian cuisine and a winemaking seminar by master sommelier Jesse Becker.
Venice Pizza House does it old-school delicious
The nature of journalism, even food writing, is to report "news," not "olds." The result is that foodies and food writers will often focus on the next food trend or new eating spot at the expense of places that have done a good job for a long time.
Infographic: international flavour profiles
One of the best things about dining out is tasting foods from different countries without having to take out your passport. The spices and ingredients used in each particular culture make the food unique.
Opened in 1999, and chosen by Gourmet Magazine in 2000 as one of "America's Best Restaurants," Johnny's Half Shell relocated to its present Capitol Hill location in September 2006. Renditions of Chesapeake and Gulf Coast Seafood remained the kitchen's focus, and the restaurant's new home maintained its homespun conviviality. Said Washingtonian Magazine, "The capitol dome shines in the background, a reminder of the new, more serious-minded neighbors who come here. But Johnny's still feels like home." In September 2007, New York Times dubbed the new venue a "Capital Gain" for Washington, DC.
400 N. Capitol St. NW
Washington, DC 20001