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Cookies are a lovable dessert no matter where you’re from. They can be soft or crunchy, and sometimes they’re stuffed with nuts, chocolate, or fruity jams. Different cultures across the world make their own kinds of cookies. We’re taking you around the world to see how different countries make this tasty treat. MORE AROUND THE
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The earliest record of cheddar anywhere is at Cheddar, in Somerset, in 1170. The land around this village has been at the heart of English cheesemaking since the 15th century. Today, as many Cheddar producers have upscaled and require more land, there is only one traditional cheesemaker in the village. For more, visit: https://www.facebook.com/cheddargorgecheesecompany/ MORE
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From cheese-filled patties to unconventional buns, here are 35 wild burgers you should eat before you die and where you can try them. —————————————————— #Burgers #Cheeseburgers #FoodInsider INSIDER is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest.
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Dooky Chase was founded by Emily and Dooky Chase, and their daughter-in-law, award-winning chef Leah Chase, took over with her husband in 1945. While it’s known for all of its creole menu items, it’s most known for its gumbo and Shrimp Clemenceau. MORE LEGENDARY EATS: LA’s Famous Strawberry Doughnuts | Legendary Eats Portugal’s Most Iconic
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In Philadelphia, it’s hard to make it anywhere without passing a restaurant that serves the city’s most famed culinary creation: the cheesesteak. Several spots are loved by both city natives and out-of-towners, but locals know Jim’s South Street as one of Philly’s well-respected originals. Jim’s serves Philly cheesesteak the classic way, complete with Cheez Whiz,
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From the opening of a cannabis consumption-friendly restaurant in Los Angeles to Food & Wine magazine welcoming weed into its annual Aspen festival (and magazine pages), the industry continues to further its own trajectory from marijuana farm-to-table. Signaling another signifiant step for the cannabis culinary movement, Sonoma Hills Farm has appointed former French Laundry gardener
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Alpha Foods plans to use its latest funds to launch new products, hire more employees, and expand … [+] distribution channels. Alpha Foods The accelerated growth of plant-based foods and artisan meat snacks has helped Alpha Foods and Country Archer raise new funding. Alpha Foods, which was launched in 2015 by Loren Wallis, former founder
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Cabot Creamery in Vermont is a 100-year-old creamery that’s been awarded the world’s best cheese. The cooperative is made up of 800 family farms across New England who send their milk to the Cabot factory to be made into 130 million pounds of cheese a year. They’ve won awards for their cheddar cheese. —————————————————— #Cheddar
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After posting our view of the big, transformative changes driving foodservice innovation, here’s Mattson’s innovation-focused take on what’s hot in consumer foods and beverages. Atomo seeks to create a cup of coffee that’s better for the environment, and customized for … [+] individual tastes. Photo courtesy of Atomo Coffee. High Stakes For Great Fakes Oh,
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Sage of Enlightenment by AMASS. Courtesy of AMASS. AMASS Dry January is halfway over. But whether you’re taking the sober month challenge or generally looking for alcohol-free options, these 10 recipes provide tasty alternatives to cocktails. Some studies have found that more people are abstaining from libations outside of Dry January, raising the need for
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