There are two types of series in the world; those that provide mystery and intrigue with enigmatic titles and vague plot descriptions, and Cooking With Paris. The first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming “cookery” show from the kitchen of Paris Hilton really isn’t trying to fool anyone, or pull any Marvel kind of bait and switch, Cooking With Paris does exactly what it says in the tin, even if, judging by the trailer, she often can’t. While in principle, a few years ago this would have sounded like a completely self-indulgent horror show, the trailer
Elizabeth Coots strapped on her apron, washed her hands and hit her mark in the demonstration kitchen at the Woodford County Extension Office. With two smart phones on video mode she began to show the world on Facebook Live how to make Garden Patch Salad, a mix of sliced summer vegetables tossed with a vinegar dressing.
“I’ll be honest…when I first saw this I thought ‘that seems kind of boring,’” she said, but she persisted and found out otherwise.
Since there was a lot of cutting and no cooking in this recipe,
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M Cantina specializes in gourmet street food – cooked to order. The menu features flavors and ingredients inspired from central Mexico. Executive Chef, Junior Merino, uses ingredients both familiar and exotic fused together to create an unforgettable and shareable experience for your senses.
Merino, who was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico, is known as “the liquid chef.” He has hundreds of drink recipes under his belt, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic.
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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — Food stands and rides lined up throughout the fairgrounds Sunday, in anticipation of the County Fair’s long awaited return.
“We’re back. The fair’s gonna look a little bit different with some of the changes that were made to the grounds during the pandemic but all the things that you know and love will be here,” said Brandon Helgeson, a voluntary fair board member.
“This year, we are open. We’ve done the Rochester fest already a couple weeks ago, so now we are excited to come back and do the fair, like