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Tomatoes Toh MAY toh, Toh MAH toh

 July 21, 2008 A popular summer staple, the tomato is a fruit that is served as a vegetable. Few summer flavors can beat the taste of an excellent tomato on a salad or hamburger or in a sandwich. Tomatoes can come ..

Its Greek to Me Gyros

 July 21, 2008 Many people across the country and even the globe enjoy the originally Greek food gyros. This form of slow roasted meat served in a pita is a form of Greek fast food. In the United States, we have ..

Lobsters and Lobster Bakes

 July 21, 2008 Lobsters exist in the general populace's mind as a staple of the diet of those who live in Maine, in particular. While this may be true, they have been used as a food since the times of the Romans ..

Wines For Beaches and Barbeques

 June 26, 2008 As the days get warmer and longer, light foods will rule the table. As such, wines that are light, chilly, and not too serious are needed as well. While some may think that wine selection is ruled by .

The Cordon Bleu

 June 26, 2008 Le Cordon Bleu, French for “The Blue Ribbon, " is widely considered to be the world's largest hospitality education institution. The school provides instruction in both hospitality management ..

Breakfast Foods - Eggs Benedict

 June 26, 2008 Eggs Benedict is a much loved breakfast food. It is made by toasting a whole English muffin then topping that with ham, Canadian bacon, or bacon as well as poached eggs. The whole thing is then ..

A History of Baklava

 June 19, 2008 Baklava is a pastry with Middle Eastern origins. It is a rich, sweet pastry featured in many cuisines of the countries that make up the former Ottoman Empire. The pastry is composed of layers of ..

A History of Cannoli

 June 19, 2008 In The Godfather, Part I, the character Pete Clemenza orders the other guy in the car after a murder has been carried out to leave the gun and take the cannoli. While this line has been parodied and ..

A History of Napoleons

 June 19, 2008 Napoleons are a much-loved dessert treat that have different names depending on the location. In France, a Napoleon is a Mille-Feuille while in countries that form the British Commonwealth, it is ..

Lobster Rolls

 June 11, 2008 Lobster rolls are an omni present offering of many locations throughout New England as well as the Canadian Maritime Provinces. It is a sandwich that is filled with lobster meat. Traditionally, they ..

Chicago-Style Pizza

 May 29, 2008 Chicago has long been famous for its pizza. So famous, in fact, that a certain type of pizza is known as Chicago-Style Pizza. The term “Chicago-Style" sometimes refers to stuffed pizzas and a ..

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