Oktoberfest: Where we’re all a little German | arts & entertainment

Like St. Patrick’s Day, when everyone seems to be Irish, during the fall, more people tend to claim their German ancestry — thanks to Oktoberfest events happening in communities across the globe, including Frederick. Most Oktoberfests promise to satisfy thirsty patrons, air old-time drinking songs, and provide great food. Frederick’s Oktoberfest, on Sept. 30 and … Read more

Ethnic celebration | Johnstown Slavic Festival will feature authentic entertainment, food, crafts | Entertainment

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – Slavic entertainment, food, crafts and presentations will be featured at this ethnic celebration. The seventh annual Johnstown Slavic Festival will be held from 4 to 10 pm Friday and from noon to 9:30 pm Sept. 17 in the parking lot and the courtyard of the Heritage Discovery Center, 201 Sixth Ave., in … Read more

Get a head start on meals with MIO Coalition recipes | dinning

With area schools back in session, the prospect of preparing breakfast before the kids head out the door and having dinner ready when everyone returns home can be a bit daunting. Fortunately, the Made In Oklahoma Coalition is offering recipes, all made with Oklahoma-grown and Oklahoma-made products that make meal time a little easier, with … Read more

Vegan burger, fried chicken… We tested Taster, a new dark kitchen in Amiens

Already established in quite a few cities in France (but also in the world), Taster, a new concept of kitchen without room, has just arrived in Picardy. If you are a big consumer of meal delivery platforms in Amiens, you may have noticed the arrival of new brands. pepe chicken, At Burgers or Out Fry. … Read more

Lovina’s Amish Kitchen: Holding on to precious memories | Lifestyles

This week I have been busy sewing for nephew Benjamin’s wedding, which will be next week. Once again, I put off my sewing until it was too close to the day. I sewed my dress, cape, and apron on Tuesday. Yesterday I cut out dresses, capes, and aprons for daughters Verena and Lovina and sewed … Read more

Joplin Health Department food inspections (Aug. 8) | Local News

The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. Businesses that are inspected either pass or fail based on violations found during the time of inspection. Those violations fall into two categories: • Priority violations are more severe and deal with improper food handling, storage and preparation. The … Read more

Modern bistros and recipe books, the revival of Palestinian gastronomy

From the millennial alleys of the Old City of Jerusalem to the kitchens of trendy establishments abroad, a wind of renewal is blowing on Palestinian gastronomy which remains attached to its ancestral traditions and is enjoying great success. From the front door of “Taboun”, the scent of bread baked in the traditional terracotta oven tickles … Read more

MEALS ON WHEELS: Food Truck Friday offers mouth-watering cuisine to aficionados | News

August’s Food Truck Friday event drew crowds of local residents downtown for fresh air, fun times, and cuisine from area businesses. Food Truck Friday is organized by the Tahlequah Main Street Association. Promotions Chair Addie Wyont described how the monthly event came about. “This summer series started when we were discussing how to ‘revamp’ our … Read more

Modern bistros and recipe books, the revival of Palestinian gastronomy

From the millennial alleys of the Old City of Jerusalem to the kitchens of trendy establishments abroad, a wind of renewal is blowing on Palestinian gastronomy which remains attached to its ancestral traditions and is enjoying great success. From the front door of “Taboun”, the scent of bread baked in the traditional terracotta oven tickles … Read more