• Authentic Veal Dishes To Try At An Italian Restaurant


    Veal is quite common in Italian cuisine. Since it is not a meat enjoyed as often in other cuisines, it is a good and unique thing to order when you go to an Italian restaurant. But what veal dishes, in particular, should you look for? Here are a few authentic ones to keep your eyes out for. Veal Saltimbocca Veal saltimbocca is a dish made with veal wrapped around prosciutto and sage leaves.
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  • Lesser-Known Caribbean Cuisines To Explore


    Some Caribbean cuisines are quite common and are featured often in Caribbean restaurants. Puerto Rican and Jamaican cuisines fall into this category. But these are far from the only islands in the Caribbean. Each other island has its own, unique cuisine as well. Here are some of the lesser-known Caribbean cuisines that are well worth trying if you see them at a Caribbean restaurant. St. Lucia St. Lucia is a small island on the eastern side of the Caribbean island system.
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  • Why Take A Trip On A Fine Dining Train?


    Trains can be an efficient way to get from one place to another. However, there are many reasons to enjoy train rides beyond the strictly practical. Trains can be a romantic way to experience the countryside. They can also offer excellent dining opportunities for food enthusiasts. Fine dining trains are specifically geared toward people who are hoping to enjoy a great meal. Here are four reasons to take a trip on a fine dining train:
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  • Frozen In Fear? 3 Foods Your Restaurant Shouldn't Ever Freeze


    Your freezer may be one of your most beloved appliances back home, but when you go out to a restaurant, you generally expect that everything you can be served is made fresh right on the spot. Restaurants freeze a lot of different foods, however, with the vast majority being frozen for a short time to preserve them before they're cooked; this type of freezing fun doesn't hurt the ingredients nor the flavor and can help stretch a restaurant's budget.
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  • Have A Catering Company Provide Refreshments For Your Football Party


    If you don't live in an area in which you're in close proximity to a professional football team, the next-best thing to do is gather your football-loving friends together for a tailgating-inspired party in your yard. You can enjoy throwing the pigskin around, dining on apropos food selections and then head inside to watch the game on the big screen. Instead of going to the fuss of preparing all the food yourself, think about hiring a catering company instead.
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  • Auditioning Pizza Chefs For Your Italian Restaurant: What To Look For


    Opening an Italian restaurant is sure to please many hungry customers in your city. However, you need to make sure you have a really good pizza chef. There is an art to making pizza, and it is not just stretching dough and sprinkling toppings on it. You should "audition" all pizza chef candidates before you finally hire a couple, and here is what you should be looking for when the chefs are making you a sample pizza.
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  • Four Ways Facebook Can Help Your Family Restaurant Drum Up Business


    Oftentimes, the family-restaurant business owner has a good following of senior citizens lining up for the early-bird specials. The after-church crowd on Sunday mornings is also usually good for business. But that leaves a lot of week left in which to generate much-needed revenue. Here are four ways you can use social media to let customers know about your unique daily and weekly specials and get those customers in the door.
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  • Two Tasty Meals To Try At A Vegetarian Indian Buffet


    If you're heading out to an Indian restaurant that serves strictly vegetarian fare, then you are in for a treat. One of the great things about a buffet lunch served at an Indian restaurant is that you get to try a bunch of different entrees. Here are two really great Indian meals that you should try.  Saag Paneer This is a rich and creamy dish made with spinach and cheese. The spinach (saag) is cooked in a cream sauce that has a light floral spice mixture.
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  • 3 Tips For Cutting Calories When Eating At A Seafood Restaurant


    Dining at a seafood restaurant can be a real treat. However, many seafood restaurants are filled with diet-busting food that is overloaded with calories. If you think that you will have to skip the seafood restaurant in order to stay within your daily calorie limit, fortunately, you should know that you are wrong. However, you will need to follow a few tips if you want to reduce the number of calories that you take in while dining.
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  • Two Delicious Pesto Sauce Recipes For Your Pizza


    It's no secret that pizza is delicious, but even the most enjoyable traditional red sauce-topped pizza from your favorite restaurant can get a little mundane after a while. A fun alternative to keep things interesting is topping your pizza with pesto. Made from basil, olive oil, and any number of other ingredients, pesto makes a flavorful sauce that pairs well with any number of toppings, from veggies to meats. Here are two delicious pesto recipes to try using on your homemade pizza.
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