Launched in 2014 by Russian real estate kings God Nisanov and Zarakh Iliev, Food City is a unique marketplace where fresh produce, dairy, fish and meat are brought in and traded directly by manufacturers. Because it comes directly from suppliers, food items spend less time in transit and storage and are of higher quality. By cutting out the middleman, it makes it possible for families to buy fresh food at wholesale prices. Located on the Moscow Ring road, Food City is easy to get to by metro or car.
All pro level athletes know about the dedication needed to not just accomplish their goals, but to achieve even bigger targets in their lives. It's also a commonly known fact that fitness and exercise alone cannot get them there. Putting the right food into their bodies is equally important.
Asian nourishment all in all is substantially more sound than Western cooking. With the absence of dairy fat and added substances, alongside an emphasis on zingy season and crisp fixings, it's anything but difficult to discover solid alternatives on any Asian-propelled menu.
Food is always an excellent gift choice at Christmas. But how do you select which edibles to give your loved ones? Well, help is at hand. Take a look at the following food gift ideas so you can decide who should receive them.
Breakfasts are, indeed, an early-morning necessity if one is to set the right tone for the day. But strangely enough, many of us still manage to miss our breakfasts before setting out for the day.
Long John Silver's is famous for their chicken, cod and fried shrimp platters. It was started in 1929 by Jerome Lederer as a hamburger stand. Gradually, Lederer formed Jerrico Inc. and opened Dime Chain, Jerry's Five and other restaurants.
Gift-givers know the joy, and sometimes the frustration, of shopping online for specialty food items. If your loved one is a fan of gourmet chocolate or specialty coffee, there are so many options that choosing just one item from the thousands available can be a dizzying task.
You are having a fantastic party at your house, complete with a full course meal, salad, dessert, and of course, wine. Your guests arrived on time; you started the music to create the right atmosphere. You start serving the wine, and before you know it, everybody is enjoying themselves in the party conversations between acquaintances over a delicious glass of wine.
Adding foodservice to a retail environment is hardly new. Department stores have married retail and restaurants for well over a century, and drugstores routinely had soda fountains. Brands like Ikea have become almost as well known for their meatballs as their dressers and have contemplated having freestanding versions of their restaurants.
There's one way to cook fresh, delicious meals at home without doing all the planning, preparing and shopping: meal-kit delivery services. These services deliver a box of ingredients to your door, and you do the cooking at home. Most kits offer the option to serve two, three or four people, and you can customize how many meals per week you would like.
The newly appointed editor-in-chief of Esquire Magazine, Michael Sebastian, recently told the press that he wants to get away from the idea that the magazine's reader is "a middle-aged white guy who likes brown liquor and brown leather"). Which should send chills down the ad dept's spine working on those Scotch and bourbon accounts!
Campbell Soup has announced it will sell its Danish baked snacks manufacturer Kelsen Group to CTH Invest, a Belgian holding company affiliated with the Nutella maker Ferrero, for $300 million. The transaction is subject to customary purchase price adjustments, and it is expected to be completed in the first quarter of fiscal 2020.
Adding a squeeze of fresh lime and a dash of salt to a lager or pilsner has long been Mexican tradition, and in the 1980s, this practice evolved into the refreshing beer cocktail known as a michelada. The popularity of the drink grew across Mexico and, thanks to the influx of immigrants, it translated well to restaurants and bars across the U.S.
Soups are a classic choice for warming up on a cold winter's night. We don't often appreciate its value as summer fare, though. However, there's actually some fantastic soups perfect for the lighter, warmer season.
Most people love an order of fries, but how they enjoy those fries does indeed vary. Whether skinny or thick, spicy or curly or covered in truffle salt or a mix of herbs, it's a sure hit at any dinner table. Even the most classic of fun favorites though can be improved upon and some spots around the country are doing exciting things with their fries!