A woman has been left terrified after her Tinder date broke into her home, stuffed tinned spaghetti in her shoes and cut electrical cords – because she had broken up with him. Alisha Moy met 21-year-old Jordan Cobbold on the dating app in January 2021, shortly after moving into herRead More →

While food trends come and go, there is one food that never goes out of style and that is pasta my friends! With the rising cost of food, you’ll find that pasta remains a fairly inexpensive ingredient at any time of the year. Another thing I love about pasta isRead More →

Marco’s Pizza has announced a 50-store pilot of its proprietary voice-to-text ordering system with the goal of a system-wide rollout by the end of 2022. The voice application uses artificial intelligence (AI ) conversational that yielded 100% order accuracy in initial beta testing as well as increased employee and customerRead More →

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot ofRead More →

The First Pint-Sized Chef Junior Master Chef Season 8 was sent home with a broken heart. Fifteen chefs stay to see who can impress Gordon Ramsay, Aarón Sánchez and Daphne Oz and walk away with the $100,000 prize and the title of MasterChef. Last week, Ramsay made a point ofRead More →

MOORESVILLE, NC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – The past two days at Pie In The Sky Pizza in downtown Mooresville have been busy, and for good reason. This week they posted a notice on social media saying that on May 22n/athey would close following redevelopments and renovations in the space theyRead More →

Although not as good as freshly made, you can freeze cooked pasta. As explained by Food, cooked pasta that is not yet tossed in the sauce will generally freeze better than pasta already in the sauce, retaining its texture better when thawed. If you plan to freeze pasta, the outletRead More →

“I’m the black sheep leaking the secret,” Selis, 60, from Nuoro, Sardinia, said in Italian. The recipe calls for only three ingredients: durum wheat flour, water and salt. However, the long and intricate work that makes the dough elastic eludes most who try. When the dough reaches the right consistency,Read More →

Joe Biden himself is of Irish descent, but it’s no mystery why he loves Italian food so much. After all, who wouldn’t? Corned beef and cabbage vs chicken parmesan…it’s not a contest, really. In fact, Dr. Jill Biden, who comes from an Italian background, is doing a pretty nasty versionRead More →

Five months after the closure of the Meck Goods Stand at Lancaster Central Market, Lancaster Town Center Market has announced its replacement. In fact, his replacements. Four stalls, including a current food vendor and a fresh pasta maker already at the downtown market, will occupy the former space of Meck’s,Read More →

Food Network star Katie Lee Biegel brings the heat with her satisfying and refreshing Spicy Lobster Pasta. For those who like to bring seafood and pasta—and plenty of spices—to the table, this recipe won’t disappoint. Food Network Personality Katie Lee Biegel | Chance Yeh/Getty Images for NYCWFF Katie Lee Biegel’sRead More →

Even at age four, Linda Miller Nicholson was fascinated by pasta. For a few months every year, she would roll bottles of wine against unleavened dough on her grandparents’ kitchen counters. They didn’t have any traditional pasta making tools, but that didn’t matter – this was his first (albeit humble)Read More →

So what does Rachael Ray’s perfect pizza look like? A bit rustic and oddly shaped, but that makes it more “artisanal”, we suppose. She doesn’t just like plain old pepperoni either. In fact, his personal pizza was meatless but had three different cheeses: mozzarella, provolone, and pecorino. She also optedRead More →

Sunday, March 20, 2022 Kate Nagle, Editor-in-Chief of GoLocal View larger + RI pasta company goes global – 100% of merchandise proceeds go to World Central Kitchen. PHOTO: GF Pasta’s Instagram A small Rhode Island company specializing in making gluten-free pasta wants to help feed those affected by Russian aggressionRead More →

Caliente Pizza regional chef Eric Von Hansen slides a decadently decorated silver tray of pizza slathered in thin slices of pork and brandy jam onto a gleaming wooden table inside the Aspinwall location of the chain. “They haven’t tried it yet,” smiles Von Hansen, watching Caliente district manager Jay FalkRead More →

Johnny Crawford and Chuck Connors in “The Rifleman”. Picture: ABC-TV “Recollections of a Pittsfield Kid” is a series of vignettes exploring the author’s early life in the Osceola Park neighborhood of Pittsfield, Massachusetts during the 1950s and early 1960s. author was between seven and 12 years old. Remember when weRead More →

It took Pashman three years and $10,000 to turn Cascatelli into reality. Pashman teamed up with American company Sfoglini to bring cascatelli to life. Scott Gordon Blecher Pashman – who details his full journey through the five-part series “Mission: ImPASTable” – told me that inventing a form of pasta wasRead More →

A DNA sample was the damning evidence that led investigators to find a thief who stole property from the Southland Church Donation Center in 2019. Elton Verestiuk was caught by a drop of blood taken from the scene of the crime during the December 2019 inquest. A shattered window cutRead More →

Licorice Pizza, a coming-of-age comedy set in 1970s Los Angeles, was criticized for including controversial scenes in which a white character uses a racist accent to impersonate his Japanese wife. Critics and audiences have questioned whether the scenes simply portray a racist character or are racist as a whole sinceRead More →

We have recipe recommendations this week, as always, but we also have something more exciting for you: restaurant recommendations. Please say hello to Where to Eat, a new weekly newsletter from Nikita Richardson, a wonderful Food and Cooking staff writer who always knows where to go and what’s good inRead More →

NEW YORK — The founder of Brooklyn’s beloved, decades-old Di Fara Pizza has died, his daughter announced Thursday. Chef Domenico De Marco has died aged 85, his daughter, Margie De Marco Mieles, wrote on his Facebook page. “It is with a broken heart that I must share this [De Marco]Read More →

PINHAS NAKAZIKO ENTREPRENEUR, final year student and self-taught cook Juliana Jason broke the internet this week by showcasing her innovative mahangu pasta, made from mahangu flour. After much experimentation, she documented the process of making mahangu pasta from scratch in videos and photos shared online. “Creating this pasta was veryRead More →


Blaze Pizza signs an agreement for 3 local franchises CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – A national pizza chain has signed an agreement to enter the Chattanooga market. Blaze Pizza has signed a franchise agreement with developer Bob Martin for three restaurants to open in our area over several years. The first willRead More →

Su filindeu is extremely rare; in fact, it’s one of the foods most at risk of extinction, as Raffaella Ponzio, chief coordinator of Slow Food International’s Ark of Taste, said. BBC trip. the Ark of Taste is a project that aims to collect and protect culinary products threatened with extinction.Read More →

Photo of Nick Freer by Stewart Attwood The ten thousand NFT keys made available can be used to unlock a digital vault of curated content from the English language cover of the publications. The fundraiser – “Keys for Kyiv” – was conceived by VAULT CEO and co-founder Nigel Eccles, whoRead More →

A large Marks and Spencer can hold everything from furniture to fresh groceries, but one thing you might not expect to find inside is a pasta restaurant. However, that’s exactly what you’ll see if you walk up to the big M&S on High Street Kensington. A short trip through theRead More →

With a creamy texture and a nice hint of salt, this paste completes an assortment of flavors. It’s a versatile dough great for pizza, focaccia, calzones or even cut into strips, topped with crushed anise seeds and baked for a snack. Game plan: To make this ahead of time, prepareRead More →

Has time also become a four-letter word, screwing up the grocery delivery industry? Looks like, seeing how each player tries to outplay their rivals’ latest quickie. Eat your heart out, pizza. You promised a free one if it wasn’t delivered in 30 minutes, but that record fell like dominoes. Q-commerceRead More →

The food served in any school cafeteria can make former students nostalgic. Iowa commercial kitchen owner Bob Mulvihill recreates school lunches using an old USDA cookbook. (Photo: Getty Creative) There will always be something nostalgic about the foods we ate as kids in the school cafeteria. The memories of rowsRead More →

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Ever since the very first trip to Italy in 2020, I’ve been addicted to recreating as closely as possible some of the Italian dishes we ate on our vacation. My favorite Roman pasta dish is carbonara. In total, there are four pasta dishes that are Roman staples. Pasta all’Amatriciana isRead More →

The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is now assisting in the investigation into the shooting of an Oakmont pizzeria owner. Watch Oakmont’s report in the video player above. Investigators went door to door Monday, looking for video of the suspect. Police responded to Fox’s Pizza at 314Read More →