Category: Various Cooking Styles

Brunch This Weekend:  Ping Pong’s East West Brunch
[ 0 ] November 7, 2014 |

Brunch This Weekend: Ping Pong’s East West Brunch

  Ping Pong Dim Sum has introduced their weekend “East West Brunch”. The popular Saturday and Sunday event will include the usual suspects of unlimited dim sum and brunch cocktails, but adds re-imagined elements of American brunch, featuring classic dishes fused with authentic Chinese flavors.  The new collection of dishes, dubbed “China with a Twist” includes […]

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Where I’m Eating:  From the Farmer
[ 0 ] June 26, 2014 |

Where I’m Eating: From the Farmer

Eating locally and healthier is at an all time peak with services like From the Farmer popping up on the scene.  I recently had the opportunity to try out the delivery service which provides fresh, local produce and bread to your door.  It basically works like this:  You sign up online with your deets on […]

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National Harbor Food and Wine Festival 2014
[ 0 ] May 22, 2014 |

National Harbor Food and Wine Festival 2014

We are heading into my favorite season with a stop at the 2014 Food and Wine Festival at the National Harbor right outside of Washington, DC. I had a blast as I sampled wine, cheese, and cuisine from around the world, and checked out the new sights at the National Harbor. Take a look at […]

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Products We Love:  The New Vending Machines.
[ 0 ] April 16, 2014 |

Products We Love: The New Vending Machines.

Vending machines have certainly received a facelift.  Long gone are the days of 8 oz. canned sodas and stale potato chips.  Check out five new treats being offered down the chute: 1.       Farmer’s Fridge (US): Farmer’s Fridge boasts healthy and delicious salads and snacks on-the-go via an automated kiosk.  Packaged in recyclable plastic mason-like jars and made fresh each […]

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What I Learned at L’Academie.
[ 6 ] January 22, 2014 |

What I Learned at L’Academie.

Twenty weeks is hard to cram into one post but I will certainly try, these were some of my favorite weeks to date.  Last year I took on the challenge of completing L’Academie de Cuisine’s Culinary Techniques 101 (CT101) course, which is designed for individuals who are amateur chefs that cook often at home or […]

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