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Food Network Star Molly Yeh’s New Restaurant Is Coming to East Grand Forks, Minnesota – Eater Twin Cities

| June 4, 2022

Its a good day on this side of the Red River: Food Network star Molly Yeh is opening a restaurant in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Bernies will celebrate Midwest traditions (read: hotdish) in a vast, Prohibition-era brick building on the riverbank. Last year we took over a beautiful historic space on the banks of the Red River, where we plan to celebrate the cuisine of East Grand Forks, Yeh wrote on Instagram on June 2.

5 Reasons You Need To Experience This Amazing Food Tour In Rome – TravelAwaits

| June 4, 2022

For over a decade, weve been taking food tours when we travel to new cities. Weve found them to be an excellent way to learn about both the food and the culture.

Cheesecake, dairy, coffee and the evolution of a holiday – Cleveland Jewish News

| June 2, 2022

As the story goes, in 1929, New York restauranteur Arnold Reuben sampled a cheese pie at a party and asked for the recipe. He proceeded to modify it, substituting cream cheese for cottage cheese and, in food historian Gil Markss telling, not long afterwards, a new and wildly popular dessert appeared on the menu at Reubens restaurants. Reubens creationyes, he also invented the sandwichwent national two decades later when a Jewish baker in Chicago began freezing the confections and selling them in supermarkets under a brand named after his 8-year-old daughter, Sara Lee

Fourteen books to read this summer – Jewish Insider

| June 2, 2022

In the latest installment of a series exploring new and upcoming books, the team at Jewish Insider previews top titles coming out this summer: The Latecomer: A Novel, by Jean Hanff Korelitz (May 31): In her latest novel, Korelitz conjures up the world of the fictitious Oppenheimer family parents Salo and Johanna, and triplets Harrison, Lewyn and Sally and upends their world when Johanna decides to have a fourth child as her first three leave for college. Franz Kafka: The Drawings by Andreas Kilcher and Pavel Schmidt (May 31): Three years after the discovery of hundreds of Kafkas sketches in a private collection, Kilcher and Schmidt publish the famed writers full-color drawings. The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler, by David I

Award-winning Culinary Writer Anya von Bremzen Visits Thessaloniki | GTP Headlines – GTP Headlines

| June 2, 2022

Anya von Bremzen in Thessaloniki Award-winning gastronomy and culture journalist Anya von Bremzen recently visited the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki to explore the culinary options the city offers to travelers. Anya von Bremzen is a renowned writer of books that combine gastronomy and travels. She also writes for US travel magazine and guide AFAR

23 of the Best Restaurants in Rome Including Pizza, Street Food, Cafes and Markets (2022) – 2foodtrippers

| June 2, 2022

The vast number of restaurants in Rome can be overwhelming whether you visit for one day, one week or longer. Read on to discover our favorite Rome restaurants that you wont want to miss plus street food, pizzerias, cafes and markets

Skirball Exhibit Showcases Jewish Deli and Immigration History – Jewish Journal

| May 27, 2022

Everyone has a deli favorite: chicken matzah ball soup, pastrami or corned beef on rye with lots of mustard, bagels and lox. But the deli is so much more than the food itself

In the Kitchen With Ricky: Become a pitmaster with this smoked brisket – The Spokesman Review

| May 27, 2022

National Brisket Day is Saturday, and with a little planning, the right tools and a brisket, you can celebrate everyones favorite barbecued meat with this weeks recipe. When most of us hear the word brisket, we immediately think of the South and more specifically Texas. This quintessential Texas barbecue main dish is well-known, respected and desired, not only in Texas, but now all over the U.S

Where to Eat, Drink, and Stay on the Lower East Side in NYC – Thrillist

| May 27, 2022

Lullaby bar | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist Lullaby bar | Photo by Cole Saladino for Thrillist With its robust immigrant history, the Lower East Side helped shape the citys long-standing reputation as a place where people from every background can come together without forgetting their roots. Situated in Lower Manhattan, the historic neighborhood found its footing as an inexpensive place where immigrants could drop their bags, find a job, and work toward a better life.

Out & About: Area entertainment and cultural events starting Wednesday, May 25 – Martinsville Bulletin

| May 27, 2022

Calendar items may be sent to accent@martinsvillebulletin.com, brought to the newsroom at 19 E. Church St., Martinsville, or mailed to P.O


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