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Like Mother, Like Daughter

Raised in restaurants and a multicultural household, Lorna Bedford knows firsthand the powerful connections food can forge. Following in the footsteps of her mother, who owns Mom’s Siam and Mom’s Siam 2, today the 26-year-old restaurateur debuts Native Plate, a street food-inspired eatery downtown featuring global influences. (Richmond magazine)

A Magical Gathering

Originally inspired by an annual mushroom-themed dinner party, Mushroom Mania, Richmond’s multiday event exploring the wild world of fungi, kicks off April 19. Whether you’re a forager, a cook or simply looking to learn more about the many wonders of the toadstool,

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Nordic Waffles coming to Wisconsin grocery stores

The Minnesota-based Nordic Waffles sandwich is expanding into the Wisconsin grocery market later this month. The “all day” breakfast sandwich is made with sausage or bacon provided by the Jones Dairy Farm of Fort Atkinson, as well as Wisconsin cheddar cheese, egg, and a heart-shaped waffle. The waffle uses a Scandinavian style batter of eggs, flour, cardamom, whole milk, vanilla sugar, butter and sour cream, and then is folded to make a handheld sandwich.

The waffles are sold two in a pack for a suggested retail price of $6.49 in the frozen food

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This morning, hairdressers, beauty salons, gyms, shops, pubs and bars across England opened for the first time since January.

People have already been spotted queueing to get into shops like Primark and Zara, and some have already had their first pint.

And now Costa Coffee is giving its customers another reason to jump for joy. They are offering any of their perfectly, handcrafted hot drinks for just 50p. You read that right – 50p for your favourite morning, lunch or evening beverage.

From Tuesday 13th April until Thursday 15th April 2021, registered 

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P

eople have many unlikely sources of cooking inspiration, including movies, TV and books. Then there’s jury duty.

In response to a recent query about what inspires cooking, one reader recounted her experience on a jury, during which a witness testified as part of her recollection of a particular evening, that she had shouted up the stairs to her husband, “Come get your pork chop!” It took all her willpower to stay focused for the rest of the testimony, she said, and, “You better believe we had pork chops for dinner that night at my house.”

The recipe for pork

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HOUSTON – Houston Black Restaurant Week is back and bigger.

The culinary experience highlights about 100 Black-owned businesses from across Houston, Galveston and Beaumont. The event is set for April 2-11.

Customers can dine-in, order delivery or takeout at any of the businesses. Participating restaurants will provide prix-fixe brunch, lunch, and dinner menus. Prices and offerings vary.

This year, the organizers expanded to also spotlight food trucks, sweets, and other Black-owned businesses.

The full directory of participating establishments — including Taste Bar+ Kitchen, Twisted Grilled Cheese and The Breakfast Klub — is available online.

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Taco Town

Tacos are a simple but iconic food, and we recently embarked on an edible journey across the region to explore the stands, trucks, trailers, restaurants and markets devoted to these versatile vessels. Pull out that taco wish list, because whether you’re a pro-cilantro purist or someone looking for a fresh spin, we’ve tracked down attention-worthy bites with plenty of quesabirria options in the mix. From fresh tortillas rooted in tradition to homemade salsas, family-owned taquerias that double as cultural hubs and a collection of crispy, golden tacos that were unbeknownst to me until this issue, you’ll want to

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