Month: January 2021

The strangest food combinations of 2020

2020 was a confusing time. And nowhere is that more apparent than in some culinary creations people came up with this year.

Below are some of the most outrageous — or just downright (unappetizingly) odd — food mash-ups that debuted in our realm of reality of 2020.

McDonald’s Oreo x Spam

Milk’s favorite cookie got a meaty twist at McDonald’s China, which will soon be releasing a limited-time burger made with Spam and topped with crushed Oreos. According to a report by someone who also doesn’t want to eat it, the offering will have two slices of Spam topped with

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The best celebrity chef recipes I have ever made + photos

  • I made over 80 recipes from celebrity chefs in 2020, and there are 15 I’ll be making long into 2021.
  • Duff Goldman’s recipe for chocolate-chip cookies is my favorite from 2020. 
  • Emeril Lagasse’s scrambled-eggs recipe, Carla Hall’s cornbread recipe,  and Guy Fieri’s biscuit recipe are all winners in my book.
  • I plan to sip on Sandra Lee’s hot chocolate and Ina Garten’s mulled wine throughout 2021. 
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In 2020 I spent more time in the kitchen than ever before.

I tested countless recipes, from Mountain Dew-infused grilled cheese sandwiches to Martha Stewart’s Insta-famous baked

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Restaurant News – December 2020

Old Oyster Factory opens for lunch

Love the view of Broad Creek from the deck at Old Oyster Factory but frustrated with how quickly the sun goes down? Your problem has been solved. The popular restaurant with an incredible view has opened its doors for lunch and Sunday brunch. The restaurant is owned by Coastal Restaurants & Bars and has been a Hilton Head Island destination restaurant for more than 30 years. It was voted one of the “Top 100 Scenic View Restaurants” and “Top 50 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in America” by OpenTable. In other OOF news, the restaurant is hosting

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‘Mom, We Need Food’: Thousands in South Sudan Near Famine | World News

By SAM MEDNICK, Associated Press

LEKUANGOLE, South Sudan (AP) — After nearly a week of hiding from conflict, Kallayn Keneng watched two of her young children die. “They cried and cried and said, ‘Mom, we need food,'” she said. But she had nothing to give. Too frail to bury her 5-year-old and 7-year-old after days without eating, she covered their bodies with grass and left them in the forest.

Now the mourning 40-year-old awaits food aid, one of more than 30,000 people said to be in likely famine in South Sudan’s Pibor county. The new finding by international food security

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Riverside’s Newly Legal Home Restaurants Could Revolutionize California’s Food Scene

The colorful plates at Lucy Silva’s Corona, California, restaurant Barra de Pan won’t stop coming. They are a force unto themselves, arriving in quick succession until they threaten to overtake the outdoor table. There’s a steaming plate of birria tacos, their tortillas red and softened from a dip in the cooking consomme, plus tacos al vapor, enchiladas, and cafe de olla. Silva, her kind eyes smiling from behind a mask, never slows down.

Like every restaurant in California at the moment, Barra de Pan’s dining is limited to a single large patio area. The kitchen is out in the open

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