Tagged - food

Animals or veggies?

When people assume that vegans only eat salads, I believe that it’s because people don’t know what you can actually eat.

Mujeres Divinas NUEVA York seek feminist change for migrant farmworkers 

“I think we’re in a time where as women, we should be helping each other, not pitting ourselves against each other. Because we know when we see women coming together, and uniting, we can change not only our community but the world.” 

The Commissary revitalizes the food industry in downtown Rochester

In the heart of downtown Rochester sits the only community kitchen in Monroe County. Launched in October 2020 in the Sibley Building, The Commissary is Rochester’s first food business incubator.

Muskaan’s Musings: A hug on a plate

What’s the quickest, fastest, and most effective way to cure homesickness?

CT Eats: Douggie

I found some real delicacies there, and I’m honestly impressed... that I’ve been eating the same three things without ending up comatose.

CT Eats: Day of the Dead delights at La Casa

This year, I decided to explore another day of sweets and skeletons: Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead.”

Ask the locals: Best restaurants in town

It’s more important now than ever to support locally owned restaurants instead of national and international chains.

CT Eats: Noshing on Nosh

I’d heard raving reviews of the food already, so upon first glimpse of the interior, I was excited to see what more Nosh had to offer. 

I have taken the Flag Lounge into my own hands

There were 163 flags hanging in the lounge, each one three by five feet. That’s a lot to just "hide." Where are they now?

Study shows food provides protection from COVID-19

“Because social distancing is required at all times, and I can’t have any visitors, the news that food prevents coronavirus spread has completely saved my social life,”