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Provincefoodstyling

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  • Location: St. Louis, MO
  • Favorite foods: Chilaquiles -egg, kimchi, gomae, oshinko, green Tabasco, chalula, pesto, arabiatta sauce, insalate caprese-balsamic vinegar, baguettes, ricotta pecorino, Camembert, green olives, fried pickles/olives, bunchim, tiramisu, homemade caramels, Triple latte,

Hangover Helper: Fried Green Tomatoes at The Monterey, San Antonio TX

I'll second that yum by Burger365!
That sounds SO goooooddddd!!!!

Knockout Noodles: Cho Sun Ok

Yay! Excited for the new column!!

Nightly Specials at Parm: Check Out All 7 Plates

That eggplant guy dish is so beautiful! Beautiful dish and great picture!!!

A Sandwich A Day: Sabich at Chick-P in Brooklyn

What was in the Israeli salad? That sandwich sounds good!!

Vegetarian French onion soup recipe anyone?

Thanks again everyone.... Excited to try the ideas!

Vegetarian French onion soup recipe anyone?

Thanks again everyone.... Excited to try the ideas!

Vegetarian French onion soup recipe anyone?

Dried Cherries!

I agree with Trader Joe's....love their dried cherries!!!

Vegan sandwich ideas

I saw some comments recommending pesto..... Remember if u buy pre-made pesto there will probably b cheese in it. I'm not sure if these are vegan so check to make sure but Whole Foods has some great "fake" meat BBQ pulled pork and "fake" meat kebabs. They r in tHe refrigerated section across from the yogurt, milk etc.

Cereal Eats: Japanese Coffee Milk Cereal

This isn't a cereal comment, but I looked at your link to kit kats.... That is so funny all the flavors available in japan...... Who knew!

Kimchi Fried Rice

This looks so amazing! I've recently discovered kimchi and I LOVE it!!! Yum....sour cream and Bok choy sounds so good too. I will definitely have to try making this! Thanks for the recipe.

Cook the Book: 'The Mozza Cookbook'

It had to be pesto, wine, cheese, and tiramisu overlooking the water in Cinque Terre Italy on our honeymoon with the owners' cat lounging nearby .

Cook the Book: 'The Splendid Table's How to Eat Weekends'

I think one of my favorite weekend meals is when my husband and I make pesto with basil from our garden and have a some wine OR going out for Japanese food with friends. I love getting oshinko, miso soup, gomae, pot stickers, veggie sushi rolls, veggie tempura... Love it!

Cook the Book: 'The Homesick Texan Cookbook'

I absolutely love EatingAsia! The blogger is a writter and her husband is a photographer who does the food photography for the blog. I love that she writes about restaurants, markets, street food, their travels, and gives recipes.... It's great! The descriptions and pictures make you so jealous ( in a good way)that you can't go out and eat the same food.

Ideas to dress up boring pasta?

I know you probably were looking for a hot pasta idea but if you ever want a cold pasta salad recipe go to epicurious.com and search for the " Modern Macaroni Salad"... I substituted dill pickles for the bread and butter ones noted in the recipe.... But it is an awesome pasta salad!

Cook the Book: 'The Glorious Pasta of Italy'

When my husband and I were in Riomaggiore Cinque Terre, Italy for our honeymoon we had the most amazing pesto I have ever had in my life! It was indescribable!
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Cook the Book: 'The Glorious Pasta of Italy'

When my husband and I were in Riomaggiore Cinque Terre, Italy for our honeymoon we had the best pesto I have ever had in my life. It was indescribable!

One day in Minneapolis...

The French Meadow in Uptown and ChinoLatino in Uptown. The French meadow is very vegetarian friendly but my husband is a meat eater And loved it too.
I did my undergrad degree at the U of MN twin cities and lived there for 5 1/2 years.... I went back about a month ago after being gone about 12 years and still loved them!

Where Would You Go?

Cinque Terre.... Pasta, cheese, insalate caprese, wine, tiramisu, strawberry juice, awesome bread, coffee, gelato.... Anything at their little restaurants is amazing.

We Try Every Sandwich At Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

When we set out to find the best banh mi in Manhattan, we used the mixed cold cut banh mi as our benchmark. With this criteria, we know that within the confines of Chinatown, Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich on Broome Street serves the best. That said, how do their other sandwiches stack up? Do they do as well with hot sandwiches? Vegetarian sandwiches? Chicken? Are any of their salads worth a damn? And what about those summer roll appetizers? We decided to find out the only way we know how: by tasting everything on the menu. More