Chef says climate change can be tackled if you cook the way your momma (really) did

Science and innovation are bringing a dizzying number of new meat alternatives, from the booming rise of Beyond and Impossible to dozens of global startups hoping to replace land-hungry, pollution-belching animal agriculture with protein fermented in labs.

But chef Camilla Marcus prefers to look back to find food solutions. Modern diets are formed by “an overhang from the industrial revolution,” she says. “Which is not how your mom cooked. That isn’t how historical cultures cooked. It was much more about zero waste and being sustainable. Nothing was left on a plate, nothing wasn’t repurposed.”

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How Chef Jordan Andino defines Filipino food

For one of the nation’s leading Filipino chefs, Jordan Andino combined his successes in professional kitchens and seized an opportunity to introduce America to the real flavors of his heritage.

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Food & Cocktail Cooking Series with Chef La Che

The Las Vegas Review-Journal and La Bonita Supermarkets teamed up to bring you a virtual food & cocktail cooking series.  The first episode took place on March 18, 2021, where Chef La Che cooked a delicious paella dish, paired nicely with a refreshing mojito, and ended  with a light dessert of strawberries and cream.  Learn more or register for future episodes.

Paella is a Spanish rice dish from Valencia, Spain, and is one of Spain’s best-known recipes.  Two types of meat are usually in the traditional dish and the original paella recipe called for chicken and rabbit. Seafood is often

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The Art Of Celebrating Culture and Family Through Food with Chef David Rose

The Art Of Celebrating Culture and Family Through Food with Chef David Rose

No matter how far back in our history books you go, you’ll find that Black families have always come together and connected through food. Preparing and sharing meals together is how we enjoy fellowship with friends, connect to those we love and pass down precious family traditions. The magic begins in the kitchen and the memories are made at the table.

The right recipe can honor our cultural history and family traditions while also being the perfect excuse to create new ones. To help kick off your Black History Month celebrations on a deliciously feel-good note, we checked in

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