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    Jewish Teen Chef Announces Debut Kosher Cookbook With Comfort Food Recipes

    Eitan Bernath. Photo: Provided. Jewish teen chef, entrepreneur and viral TikTok star Eitan Bernath is now a cookbook author as well. The 19-year-old announced his debut cookbook, “Eitan Eats the World,” last week on social media. It features over 85 classic comfort foods recipes from around the world that Bernath said are approachable for everyday cooks. “It was one of the most meaningful and rewarding experiences of my life,” the New York resident told The Algemeiner about the project. “We spent over six months in the kitchen perfecting every recipe in the book. It gave me an opportunity to expand   Read More

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    Popular food truck chef now free of COVID-19, but still has long road to recovery

    MIAMI – Ray Burdier is weak, but he’s grateful to be alive. The 56-year-old who runs the popular Pizza En Fuego food truck in Miami spent part of the summer in a coma and hooked to a ventilator at Mercy Hospital after contracting COVID-19 in July. “I still got the scar from the mask where they turn you upside down,” he said. In total, seven members of his family tested positive for COVID-19. Neither his family nor his own doctors knew if he’d survive in the hospital’s Covid wing. “Everybody in the room, there were six people there, I was   Read More

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    8 of the Most Common Cooking Mistakes a Chef Sees

    While anyone can cook, doing so well takes a bit of skill. Chef Paul Kahan, a James Beard Foundation Award winner based in Chicago, says there are a few common cooking mistakes people often make that result in final dishes that aren’t as tasty as they could be. Fortunately, you can quickly turn things around, though, he says, by learning to prepare meals like a pro chef. “It makes your life a lot easier,” says Kahan who teaches people who to do so in his second book, Cooking for Good Times ($33). Below, he shares more expert tips on   Read More

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    Guy Fieri’s $80 million contract makes him highest-paid chef on cable

    Guy Fieri being honored in 2019 with a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star—another distinction he deservesPhoto: Frazer Harrison (Getty Images) Up until last month, Guy Fieri, esteemed mayor of Flavortown, had a pretty sweet $30 million exclusive three-year contract with the Food Network. But his negotiation skills must be as acute as his eye for a good business venture, because Forbes has reported that Fieri has signed a new three-year contract with the network—this time for $80 million. That ought to cover the gas for his little red Camaro as he zips around the   Read More

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    South Beach Wine & Food Festival with TikTok chef

    By 7 p.m. Thursday, a line hugged the side of the Delray Beach Market, filled with people holding tickets to the Food Network and Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival.  As tickets were processed and temperatures were taken, they moved inside. The event at the Delray Beach Market kicked off the festival’s first night and the first time the 20-year-old fest held an event in southern Palm Beach County. The night belonged to Nick DiGiovanni, the youngest-ever finalist on TV’s “MasterChef” series. He hosted and cooked up some meals in the food hall’s Mezzanine show kitchen as   Read More

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    Acclaimed chef, online grocer create ultimate kit for Japanese home cooking to Stop AAPI Hate

    In honor of AAPI Heritage Month the top online retailer for Asian goods partnered with an acclaimed Japanese restaurant owner and chef to bring ingredients and recipes for authentic dishes right to peoples’ doors. Chef Ivan Orkin fell in love with Japanese cuisine working as a dishwasher in a sushi restaurant at 15 and has honed his culinary focus ever since, creating one of the top ramen shops while living in Tokyo and eventually brought the cult-favorite concept back to his home in New York. Shaved Daikon with dried seafood, right, and Spicy Ramen at Ivan Ramen, Feb. 25, 2015,   Read More

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    Chef brings healthy options to Charlotte’s food deserts

    Black neighborhoods are typically limited to fast food. Chef Dee Hairston’s goal is to provide healthy, affordable options on Charlotte’s west side. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte chef is breaking barriers by bringing healthy food to communities of color, an issue that dates back centuries.  Take soul food for example. The origin of soul food in the Black community can be traced back as far as slavery. The savory meals we know today came from recipes made from scraps and leftover foods.  Chef Dee Hairston grew up in St. Louis and now lives in Charlotte. Hairston saw how those recipes   Read More

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    This Chef is Spotlighting Veganism’s Roots in African Cuisine

    Chef Nicola Kagoro – also known as just Chef Cola – is preparing to launch a completely plant-based cookbook in an effort to boost plant-based food education. The vegan chef is the head chef for the Zimbabwe Akashinga ranger; An all-women anti-poaching unit that eats completely animal-free foods. Chef Cola makes sure that none of the Akashinga rangers eat meat on her watch, and she is planning to extend that hand of influence beyond her camp kitchen. Kagoro spent most of her life growing up in New York City but moved back to Zimbabwe where she was born. She began   Read More

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    Taste of fame: Cook asparagus risotto with celebrity Chef Lidia Bastianich during virtual cooking class

    Chef Lidia Bastianich won’t be alone as she prepares her famous Springtime Asparagus Risotto with Shrimp in her home in Boston next month. The celebrity chef is headlining WCNY’s Taste of Fame on a live Zoom event on May 21, allowing guests to cook alongside her from their own homes with ingredients delivered by Sunbasket. Bastianich, the Emmy award-winning host of “Lidia’s Kitchen” on public television, will also host WCNY’s in-person dinner on Oct. 15 at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown. Bastianich said she initially wanted to be a pediatrician and only cooked for her family with her grandmother or when   Read More

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    Albuquerque chef creates new style of food ‘truck’

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque chef took what she learned from a television competition and used it to change her business plan. That means switching from a food truck to a food trailer. ◎ Children pass note to Las Cruces bus driver about abused mother at home Chef Marie Yniguez isn’t afraid to tackle a challenge. First, as chef and owner of Slow Roasted Bocadillos and then as a competitor on “The Great American Food Truck Race”. “The day before I left I was about to purchase a food truck,” said Yniguez. Now, she’s on a new adventure. ◎Four   Read More

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