Two weeks after being named one of the best ramen spots in the country, roving Philly vegetarian food cart Kung Fu Hoagies announced in a Facebook post it’ll be closing up shop at the end of the year. “Due to some life and business changes, Kung Fu Hoagies will be (un)officially closing at the end of this season,” the post explained. "Its been a really great experience sharing our food and passion for Kung Fu, and having such positive reception from amazing customers. Thank you so much for supporting and inspiring us through the years!" The food cart, owned and operated by Paul Davis and Steve Renzi, has been in business for eight years, earning local and national acclaim. Food Network praised the cart for its ramen, which it called “a great bowl of noodles” featuring "springy noodles and sharp, oily pickles," and the Inquirer’s Craig LaBan highlighted the cart's sandwiches, which he said "offer inventive vegan twists on banh mi, BBQ … [Read more...] about Philly’s vegetarian food cart Kung Fu Hoagies is closing in December
Tegal, C Java, (ANTARA News) - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has ordered the management of rest areas along toll roads to provide outlets selling local foods to help the development of economic growth spots. "I have ordered the public works and housing minister, the mayor, and the district head (of Tegal) to build rest areas selling local products or foods after it (the construction of toll roads) is completed. There has been a proposal from the mayor and district head (to build outlets) selling salter eggs, tofu, Tegal satay and onion," the president remarked after inaugurating the Pemalang-Batang toll road section in Central Java on Friday. The president noted that rest areas should not mostly sell imported products as they did in the past. Imported products are sometimes needed to attract buyers, but local products must dominate the merchandise sold in the rest areas, he noted. In response to queries on whether the traders will be exempt from rents to use space in the … [Read more...] about President orders rest areas to sell local foods
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 4:06 pm CST, Friday, November 9, 2018 Market Square 514 W. Commerce Market Square 514 W. Commerce Photo: Courtesy, Erik Gustafson "Urban Porch" Bus Shelters Near the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center on the West Side "Urban Porch" Bus Shelters Near the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center on the West Side Photo: Photo Courtesy Frederick Gonzales Riverwalk river barges Riverwalk river barges Photo: Marco Garza Buy photo “La Veladora of Our Lady of Guadalupe” mosaic sculpture created by Jesse Trevino 1315 Guadalupe St. “La Veladora of Our Lady of Guadalupe” mosaic sculpture created by Jesse Trevino 1315 Guadalupe St. Photo: Bob Owen /SAN … [Read more...] about All the places, events, foods and things that make San Antonio the colorful city it is
Nov 09, 1:25 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Dawn Geske 11/09/18 AT 12:55 PM Two dog food brands, Natural Life Pet Products and Nutrisca, have recalled dog food products, and pet owners affected are eligible to receive a refund. Both recalls are voluntary and being done in coordination with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Natural Life Pet Products has recalled its Natural Life Chicken & Potato dry dog food because it contains high levels of vitamin D. The 17.5-pound bags being recalled have a UPC of 0-12344-08175-1 and a best buy date of May 29, 2020 through Aug. 10, 2020. The best buy code is found on the back or bottom of the dog food bag.The affected Natural Life Pet Products’ Chicken & Potato dry dog food was distributed in stores throughout Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and California.Nutrisca has also recalled one … [Read more...] about Two Brands Of Dog Food Recalled: How Can You Get A Refund?
The culinary marketplace going into Rosedale Center will open just in time to feed holiday revelers. Revolution Hall, originally called Craveable Market but has since been renamed, is slated to roll out Nov. 16. “We wanted to change the name to reflect what the concept was,” said Craveable Hospitality Group culinary director Matt O’Neill, whose restaurant resume includes Daniel Boulud’s Bar Boulud in New York City and The Little Nell in Aspen. “(Those involved in this project) have a fine-dining background. We have the same mentality of made-from-scratch cooking, high-end chef-curated and local ingredients. It’s fine-dining type of food, but you get your food quick and at a lower price point.” The hospitality group out of New York has zoomed in on Minnesota as the first location for a concept they’re likening to a food hall, with multiple kiosks specializing in various foods, only run by one operator. About a dozen kiosks are on the … [Read more...] about New Rosedale Center food marketplace will be open for holiday season