Colorado Springs cooking school chef offers new food trends for 2022 | Lifestyle

Halloumi burgers, shiitake “bacon” and potato milk. Have you ever heard of these foods?

I hadn’t until I started doing research for a story on recent food trends.

After I wrote the article, I spoke with David Cook, co-owner of Gather Food Studio & Spice Shop, to see if he was familiar with any of these.

“I could write an entire book about what I’ve been noticing trending in the food industry,” he said.


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Many of the trends I’d discovered were on his radar,

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New AppeThai food truck offers tasty Southeast Asian cuisine

Thitinart Boriboon arrived in California to start a certification program at UCLA on March 16, 2020, just as all classes went virtual.

“March 20 the classes were moved online, and I realized that I didn’t need to be in LA,” the Fountain City resident said. “So, I reached out to my family here in Knoxville. I thought I would eventually move back to LA, but then I met more Thai people here and stayed.

“Before I moved here from Bangkok, I didn’t know how to cook,” Boriboon said. “I missed Thai food a lot, so I learned to cook.”

When

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Coastal Bend Food Bank offers culinary kits to kids as a summer activity

As summer kicks off, the food bank is giving kids a chance to learn culinary skills while having fun

There are plenty of fun activities for kids to do throughout the summer but one at the Coastal Bend Food Bank is teaching them something new while also feeding their taste buds.

“We have found that this is a really good way to introduce children to more fruits and vegetables, getting that hands on experience,” said Shelby Cook, a community registered dietitian.

Through recipes and a follow-along instructor, children learn how to make a variety of meals from quesadillas to homemade

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Myanmar Restaurant in Thailand Offers Free Meals to Fight Coup Back Home

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A fundraising bowl at the Mandalay Food House restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Teirra Kamolvattanavith

Mandalay Food House is cooking up a plan to fight back after the Myanmar coup.

For one week at the beginning of this month, the restaurant, which is based outside Myanmar in the Thai capital Bangkok, is asking diners to donate to a fund aimed at helping people affected by the military’s seizure of power this week. Meals are on the house.

“When I saw the news on February 1st, I didn’t want to do anything. I didn’t want to sell anymore. I was extremely sad…

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