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Friday Fourplay: Sous Vide Goes Wi-Fi, Pantone-Inspired Beer Cans, London’s Death Row-Themed Restaurant, and Whiskey-Brewed Coffee

Flavorful World’s Friday Fourplay offers up a bite-sized tidbit of info on each of the four food- and drink-related things we found most interesting each week. Image credit: Nomiku.com The Nomiku Immersion Circulator Not having done a great deal of sous vide cooking, I was surprised and impressed to learn…   Read More...

September 19th, 2014 is Grenache Day, So Let it Flow

Today is the 5th annual International Grenache Day, which means wine lovers around the world are celebrating all things Grenache with tastings, social media shout-outs and other related wine events. This wine holiday celebrated on the 3rd Friday of September each year in over 30 countries was established following the…   Read More...

How to make matzo, matzoh, matza, matzah balls: L’shanah tova

There are numerous spellings for these soup dumplings although The Food Lover’s Companion dictionary spells it matzo balls. There are numerous ways to spell its other name; knaidlach, knadlach, kneidlach, kneydlakh which means dumplings. Matzo balls were initially used during Passover when one could not use leavened bread and the…   Read More...

Consistent Product Portioning Leads To Higher Profits

Product portioning is one of the most important facets of developing a profitable food truck. Not only does it affect your food truck’s bottom line, but it also helps build a stronger customer experience. It affects your guests’ experience, food quality and food cost. When someone receives a smaller portion…   Read More...

Sweet and Spicy Ramen

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Monk Fruit In The Raw. I received product samples to facilitate my post as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.  This is the time of year that my two oldest are working and…   Read More...

Los Angeles Gang Re-Hab Organization Starts Food Truck

LOS ANGELES, CA - Homeboy Industries, the Los Angeles-based organization that helps formerly gang-involved and incarcerated Angelenos start new lives, has one of the area’s newest food gourmet trucks. The truck offers food such as salsa and granola that are produced by Homeboy Industries’ entrepreneurial arm, but their focus is chilaquiles.…   Read More...

Food Bike Opens New Opportunities For Street Vendors

KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA - You’ve heard of food trucks and food carts, well how about food bikes? What’s being billed as North America’s first self-contained, fully operational street food kitchens are making their debut on Kelowna streets this week. The concept, the brainchild of local entrepreneur Donnie Ungaro, is simple.…   Read More...

What the Spuck?

My friend Peg always brings her train case camping.  This small boxy suitcase contains essentials like toothpaste and deodorant, but more importantly, it contains the necessaries for fireside facials. When the time finally comes to tuck our overtired kids into their sleeping bags, Peg always sets large pot of water…   Read More...

10DaysofTailgate

Disclosure: #ad this post is made as part of a sponsorship agreement with El Diablo Mustard. Welcome to 10DaysofTailgate! September 20 – 30, 2014 10DaysOfTailgate is a group of two dozen food bloggers sharing more than one hundred recipes for food, drink and tasty nibble to inspire your menus through an entire tailgating season.  We…   Read More...