An article in the Arizona Republic explains why hot weather and hot food are a cool combination. I’ve interviewed the chef, Randy Zweiban, who’s quoted in the story.
What is your go- to ethnic cuisine when you’re in the mood to spice things up? Where do you find it?
Great story about what makes Mexican mole so delicous.
Where do you go to get your fix of this traditional labor intensive sauce? If you make it yourself, what’s the best source of ingredients? Antone out there have a recipe to share?
Not talking appetizers. This is about how smartphones can help you eat ethnic. Anybody using these? Have others to recommend?
Foodies find new flavors with global-cuisine apps
A slew of new iPhone apps aims to aid food lovers in their continual quest for what’s new in global cuisine. Apps offer everything from help deciphering dish descriptions on ethnic menus to directions to the nearest drive-through sushi joint, writes consultant and Mashable contributor Jeana Lee Tahnk, who shares her top 10 list. Mashable
According to a story in today’s Nation’s Restaurant News the flavors of ethnic bbq are a top summer trend . When it comes to pork and chicken the survey showed that chefs and consumers like the kick and spice of Latin, Caribbean, and Asian cuisines.
So what I want to know is which country makes your favorite version of bbq, what is your “can’t live without it” dish, and where do you go to get it?
Filed under Culinary, Trends
Trend watchers say next up in the ethnic fare popularity contest are Peruvian, Moroccan, Korean, Japanese and New American Southern. According to the Emerging Global Cuisines: Culinary Trend Mapping Report from the Center for Culinary Development (CCD) and Packaged Facts immigration, international travel, cooking shows, and celebrity chefs plus its availability in fast food format are helping to bring these cuisines to the U.S. public’s attention. Full Story
Do you know anything about these culinary newcomers and can you ercommend dishes to try? Here in NEO we’ve got Korean, Japanese, and some New American Southern. Sadly no Peruvain or Moroccan that I know about. What’s your favorite ethnic cuisine and where do you go to get it?
“Mexican cuisine has become so mainstream in American food culture that it is hardly even considered ethnic anymore, says a new report. Now, Asian and Indian cuisine is driving the ethnic tastes.”
Read the rest of this interesting article on FoodNavigator, an online news service.
Back in May when I launched this blog I wrote about the growing popularity of Korean food (The K Word). An interesting article on Indystar.com echoes my observations. (Always feels good to be right, doesn’t it?)
Reading the piece made me want to jump in the car and head to Ha Ahn in Golden Plaza on Superior at 30th. That’s not going to happen today. Happily, I have a lunch meeting there in a couple of weeks. Right now I have to prepare the talk I’m giving tonight from 7-8 PM at the Cuyahoga County Library in Brecksville. It’s open to the public. Since this up and coming Asian cuisine is on my mind, I think I’ll give a special shout out to bulgogi and kimchee in my presentation.