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    More vegan dining options are sprouting up in Asheville

    VeganVille may not have the same broad appeal as Beer City and Foodtopia — two of the sexier food and beverage branding monikers that help lure visitors to Asheville — but landing the No. 1 spot on People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ list of Top Ten Vegan-Friendly Towns and Small Cities in America is not small potatoes. The top billing is good news but not breaking news to Asheville-area food professionals. Chefs and restaurant owners whose menus support plant-based choices have witnessed a steady increase in interest and responded in kind. “Asheville doesn’t have a whole lot of  

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    The Keto Kitchen brings ketogenic dining option to Iowa City

    Owner Mo Nasr poses for a photo in front of the Keto Kitchen in Iowa City on Monday, April 5, 2021. (Andy Abeyta/The Gazette) IOWA CITY — After a ketogenic diet changed his life, one Iowa City business owner set out to share the food he ate with everyone he could. When it became unfeasible to feed all of his friends and employees at his home after work, he knew it was time to open The Keto Kitchen, 116 E. Washington St., to the public. The restaurant, catering service and meal prep service, which had a soft-opening in December and  

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    A Field Guide to Vegan Dining in Metro Phoenix in 2021

    ^ I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Phoenix and help keep the future of New Times free. These days, the Valley’s restaurant scene has gotten pretty good at embracing diners’ dietary restrictions and decisions. You can now be a vegan here or indulge in a plant-based diet, and eat pretty well.  Veganism, in short, means abstaining from animal food products. Among the distinctions from vegetarianism are that vegans also skip additional products like eggs, dairy, and honey. For an added perspective on the subject, we turned to Michelle Dudash, a chef, registered dietitian, and cookbook  

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    Food News: Budd Dairy adds fried chicken vendor; China Dynasty 161 has closed – Food and Dining – Columbus Alive

    Erin Edwards Dining Editor, Columbus Monthly Wednesday Feb 10, 2021 at 11:55 AM Feb 11, 2021 at 8:35 AM The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes Budd Dairy Food Hall announced the addition of a ninth food vendor on Tuesday. Cluck Norris Ass-Kickin’ Chicken is joining Budd Dairy when the food hall makes its spring debut at 1086 N. Fourth St. Restaurant industry veteran Josh Yosick is heading up the new venture. “We are thrilled to bring this whimsical concept to life while working alongside the diverse lineup of talented chef partners  

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    Food News: Wholesaler Buckeye Bread Co. will offer artisan breads in Columbus – Food and Dining – Columbus Alive

    Erin Edwards Dining Editor, Columbus Monthly Wednesday Jan 13, 2021 at 9:39 AM The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes There’s good news on the local bakery front following the unfortunate closing of Granville’s Lucky Cat Bakery, whose breads you could find on local restaurant menus and grocery shelves. Jeff Benkel, a Columbus native and Ohio State grad, plans to launch Buckeye Bread Co. this spring.  The bakery, which is currently under construction at 1505 Alum Creek Dr.,will fill a void locally by producing “artisan-quality breads in commercial quantities with daily fresh  

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    Food News: Nancy’s goes out of business; Chinese restaurant replaces Bahn Thai – Food and Dining – Columbus Alive

    Erin Edwards Dining Editor, Columbus Monthly Monday Jan 4, 2021 at 11:44 AM The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes First established in Clintonville in 1968, Nancy’s Home Cooking has gone out of business after a short-lived relocation Downtown last year, followed by an unsuccessful attempt to keep the restaurant alive as a ghost kitchen amid the pandemic. Owner Rick Hahn made the announcement on Facebook, and Nancy’s last day was Wednesday, Dec. 30. Nancy’s had been serving its popular comfort food fare as a delivery-only kitchen since closing its Lynn Alley  

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    Cooking with Kim: Cheese royalty – Food and Dining – Monroe News – Monroe, Michigan

    Brie, a soft-ripened cheese, is known as being one of the world’s greatest “immortal” milks. It’s the “little black dress” of cheeses. Author Clifton Fadiman said it best when he described cheese as “milk’s leap toward immortality.” Brie, a soft-ripened cheese, is known as being one of the world’s greatest “immortal” milks. It’s the “little black dress” of cheeses. France’s brie is identified by an edible, downy white rind and a cream-colored buttery soft interior that should ooze at the peak of ripeness. Several countries, including the U.S., make this cheese, however, brie from France is considered the best, and  

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    Virtual cooking classes and more food and dining news

    Upcoming food and dining events Magical Feast with Chef Nikita Sanches at Frame: Enjoy this Harry Potter-influenced meal from Rock City Eatery chef Nikita Sanches. Expect some British-influenced dishes on this special menu, including Scotch eggs, Irish stew, steak and ale pie, toad in a hole, Yorkshire pudding and glazed carrots with parsnips. There are two ways to enjoy this limited feast: as a carryout from Frame or dine in one of their outdoor yurts (six guests per yurt). 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Jan. 7-9 and 14-16 plus 4 and 7 p.m. Jan. 17. $62 per person plus tax and  

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    Food News: Hot Chicken Takeover lands in Westerville; Columbus Ale Trail-Vol. 6 launches Jan. 1 – Food and Dining – Columbus Alive

    The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes Westerville is the latest Central Ohio neighborhood to welcome Hot Chicken Takeover. The Nashville hot chicken spot is now open at 435 Polaris Pkwy. The new storefront marks the fifth for the company overall, with other locations at the North Market, Easton, Clintonville and Crocker Park near Cleveland. The sixth volume of the Columbus Ale Trail launches on Jan. 1, featuring several new taproom stops such as Edison Brewing Co., Forbidden Root, Gemüt Biergarten and Saucy Brew Works. The passport program invites beer lovers to visit the many craft breweries in  

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    At-Home Dining Trends to Keep These 3 Food Stocks Winning in 2021

    TipRanks J.P. Morgan: 2 Cruise Line Stocks to Bet on (And 1 to Avoid) The coronavirus pandemic crisis shows no signs of abating, even with a vaccine coming on to the markets. We’re still facing severe social lockdown policies, with a number of states (such as California, Minnesota, and Michigan) forcing even harsher restrictions on this round than previously.It’s a heavy blow for the leisure industry that is still reeling from one of the most difficult years in memory. The difficulties faced by restaurants are getting more press, but for the cruise industry, corona has been a perfect storm.Prior to  

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