Mom’s Touch Brings its Exceptional Fried Chicken Restaurants to Southern California

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Popular Korea-based chain is excited to serve patrons in Long Beach and Gardena, with a City of Industry location coming soon
LONG BEACH, Calif., Aug. 10, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Mom’s Touch, a renowned brand with more than 1,300 restaurants across Korea, is pleased to bring its unique and inspired take on fried chicken to the United States.

The Mushroom Council plans year-round promotions

The Mushroom Council plays an important role in the national promotion of fresh mushrooms. Membership is comprised of fresh market producers or importers that average more than 500,000 pounds of mushrooms produced or imported annually. The mushroom program is authorized by the Mushroom Promotion, Research and Consumer Information Act of 1990 and is administered by the Mushroom Council under the supervision of the Agricultural Marketing Service. Research and promotion programs help to expand, maintain and develop markets for individual agricultural commodities in the United States and abroad.

Milky Lane brings back its $15 Carbonara Cob Loaf due to popular demand

By Shania Obrien For Daily Mail Australia and Carina Stathis Published: 03:51 BST, 5 August 2022 | Updated: 03:51 BST, 5 August 2022

A popular restaurant known for its monstrous creations has brought back its best-selling menu item: an indulgent Carbonara Cob Loaf.
Sydney’s Milky Lane had broken every food sales record in the cafe’s history when it first introduced the creamy cob loaf in 2021, selling more than 3,000 pieces in just three weeks. Priced at a mere $15, customers can get their hands on the crispy bread loaf filled with cheesy fettuccine carbonara in stores now.

Popular Pakistani restaurant stands test of time in courses Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — In a city boasting champagne brunches with views of the sea, Michelin star restaurants, and endless high-end Asian food options, a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant with plastic chairs and metal tables is one of Dubai’s go-to spots.Ravi restaurant, a small, family-owned Pakistani place, is rooted in the community of South Asian workers who helped build Dubai. Yet over the decades, it has become a staple of the food culture in a city that usually gravitates to everything glitzy and over-the-top.

Garden Goals: 5 Edible Flowers Everyone Should Grow

Photo by Jeffry Surianto (Pexels)

Any good cook knows that appreciating a good meal starts with your eyes. Forget the curly kale when it comes to garnishes and reach for some of these gorgeous blossoms instead.
1. Marigolds
Not only are flowers edible, but they also do double duty as critter repellants when you plant them around your vegetables. Their spicy scent is intoxicating on a buttercream-frosted cake, and you can press individual petals onto goat cheese on a charcuterie board.

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How to create a food forests out of your front lawn

(Natural News) Turning just half of the people’s lawns into food forests will be enough to solve their problems with food supply and can keep them and their families well fed during the inevitable food collapse.
This is according to Jim Gale, founder, CEO and chief storyteller of Food Forest Abundance, an organization dedicated to helping people grow their own food and become more self-sufficient. On April 20, Gale joined Dr. Peter Breggin on the latter’s Brighteon.TV program, ‘ReFounding America,’ to talk about creating food forests in people’s yards.

Indonesia bans palm oil exports as global food inflation spikes

By Fransiska Nangoy
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia, the world’s top palm oil producer, announced plans to ban exports of the most widely used vegetable oil on Friday, in a shock move that could further inflame surging global food inflation.
The halting of shipments of the cooking oil and its raw material, widely used in products ranging from cakes to cosmetics, could raise costs for packaged food producers globally and force governments to choose between using vegetable oils in food or for biofuel.