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PROMO: OUI BY YOPLAIT LANZA NUEVOS TAMAÑOS Y SABORES

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales La innovadora receta francesa busca satisfacer el paladar de los puertorriqueños en un tamaño más convenienteSan Juan, PR / abril 2019 – La mayor franquicia de yogurt francés, Oui by Yoplait, lanzó su nueva línea llamada Oui Petites, con un nuevo tamaño de 3.5 onzas y cuatro nuevos sabores, preparados con los ingredientes más simples y libres de GMO. “Oui Petites fue …read more

Source:: Culinary Road Trip

      

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La Patria

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales Rating: Casual Vegan

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Type: Vegan/ Vegetarian Bar

Parking: limited parking available

Kids: yes, you can bring your kids

Price: $8-12 per item plus drinks, can be $20 per person

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The restaurant is new, so new that they didn’t have the drinks and desserts menu printed out. However, they made sure to train their waiters well to bring excellent experience to the customer. Our waiter not only gave us excellent recommendations but also fixed our table that was off balace and helped us pick out a wine.

They are from the same owners of The Crust Pizza Co. which invited me for their inauguration. I was …read more

Source:: Culinary Road Trip

      

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Easy homemade enchilada sauce

By Becca @ Easy Cheesy Vegetarian A tasty homemade enchilada sauce that can be made in minutes, and used for all sorts of things – including perfect vegetarian enchiladas!

Not going to lie – I do occasionally use jars of shop-bought sauce. When I’m cooking for my family at the end of a long day, sometimes a jar of sauce is my best friend. But when it comes to enchilada sauce, I always make my own from scratch. Homemade enchilada sauce is so easy to make, and literally takes a couple of minutes. It’d be silly not to!

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Source:: Amuse Your Bouche

      

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Lamb Borek and the Secret of Sogginess

By foodwishes@yahoo.com (Chef John) Lamb borek is stunning to look at, and even more enjoyable to eat, which is all thanks to, believe it or not, intentionally soggy dough. This is something I didn’t grasp the first time I made it, and I just brushed melted butter between the layers, hoping for something really crispy, and flaky, which in Phylloland is standard operating procedure. However, since my dough wasn’t made flexible by the egg/yogurt/butter wash, it basically exploded in like seven spots when I tried to roll it up. Lesson learned. Besides moisturizing the phyllo, this magic mixture also adds flavor, thanks to the …read more

Source:: Food Wishes

      

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Summer Salad & Baby Beet Lunch Wrap

By Jacqueline Meldrum A colourful, fresh salad wrap with baby beets and pesto.

The sandwich queen is back!
I do love a homemade sandwich or wrap. They are always so fresh and full of flavour. The crunch is still there and everything hasn’t gone soft or a bit soggy as bought wraps can.
This has a colourful punch of flavours, all ready to be wrapped, cut and enjoyed.

Salad Wrap Filling
I spread flour tortilla wraps with pesto, topped it with fresh salad and halved pickled baby beets for that extra zing of…
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Source:: Tinned Tomatoes

      

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Coffee. Curated. Roaster Roundups: Partners Coffee Roasters (Formerly Toby’s Estate)

By Liza de Guia “I’d say Partners Coffee Roasters made this for the coffee aficionado who needs a kick in the pants.” – Geoff Rickly, coffee. curated.
The Roaster formerly known as Toby’s Estate
Recently, my friend Paige Flynn asked me what coffee I’ve been loving around New York City. Being the recently sober obsessive personality that I am, I unloaded a fifteen-minute diatribe on the excitement of SEY Coffee and their incredibly refined, almost Nordic, roasts. I brought her through the unexpected versatility of Colombian coffee in the hands of Devociòn and explained the farm to cup approach of …read more

Source:: Food Curated