Category Archives: Recipes

San Diego’s Obsession With The Beet Salad

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Share it now!During my recent visit to San Diego for the Travel and Adventure Show, I dined at some of the most reputable restaurants in the city. I was delighted to find that many of the places cooked with fresh, … Continue reading

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Difference between Spanish and Mexican paella

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Share it now!If you missed my presentation at Taste of Travel stage at the San Diego Travel Adventure Show, you didn’t get to taste my delicious paella. But all is not lost. You can still watch some clips from the … Continue reading

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Modern Jewish Cuisine with Chef Avi Bitton

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Share it now!Chef, restauranteur and author, Avi Bitton visited Atlanta from Tel Aviv, Israel.  Bitton started working in the restaurant business at 14 years of age, and went on to open restaurants - Bucharest (Romanian inspired), Adora (named 10 best restaurants in Israel), Chill (chic bar on Tel Aviv’s famous … Continue reading

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How to cook pears

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Share it now!This December, the growers of USA Pears are spotlighting a trio of clever pear preparations by top Pacific Northwest chefs. December has again been proclaimed National Pear Month by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), thanks to … Continue reading

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Fried Tempeh in Sweet Sauce

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Share it now!Tempeh is a soy based product, similar to tofu, that originated in Indonesia. Traditionally used as an alternate to meat by vegetarians, tempeh has a firm grainy taste that takes some getting use to. It is made from … Continue reading

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Variations of the Thanksgiving Turkey

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Share it now!What started as a traditional North American holiday is now also celebrated by millions of immigrants and ethnic groups who call the United States home. In 1621, the Plymouth colonists (English) and Wampanoag Indians (Native Americans) shared an autumn … Continue reading

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Gado Gado Recipe

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Share it now!As seen at the Travel and Adventure Show in Dallas! Gado-Gado is famous green beans dish from the island of Bali, Indonesia. Go Eat Give volunteers learn to make this dish from Aunty Puspa at Paon Bali Cooking School. … Continue reading

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Shells with gorgonzola and pistachios

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Share it now!You might think pasta, pistachios and the strong flavor of gorgonzola make for an odd combination, but it works! It is so easy to make and only takes a few minutes. The dish is quite rich so I … Continue reading

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Red, white & blue gelato

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Share it now!White Chocolate Gelato (makes 1 Quart) I created this recipe for a July 4th festival in Atlanta. It combines the red, white and blue colors of the US flag and makes for a delicious patriotic dessert. Serve it … Continue reading

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Birthplace of caramel

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Share it now!Sure you must have heard of dulce de leche before. Italians, Mexican, Spanish, Brazilians, Portuguese and many others have incorporated  it into their cuisines. It is also known as cream caramel, doce de elite, cajeta, confiture de lait, Hamar-pålegg, manjar blanco and arequipe. You … Continue reading

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