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All the Vietnamese favorites, without the meat - Salt Lake Tribune

Of all the world cuisines most adept at demeatification (put the dictionary away, please), those originating from Southeast Asia rank among the more versatile. From Thailand to Indonesia, vibrant flavors such as tamarind, lemongrass, ginger and myriad more mean even the most committed carnivore should be able to entertain the prospect of a gratifying meat-free meal. Which is exactly what you can expect at All Chay, a new Vietnamese restaurant in Rose Park. While the word chay in Vietnamese alludes to vegetarian cuisine, All Chay goes one step further: Everything here is vegan. That means the menu features not a trace of fish, fowl or farmyard. The menu opens with a modest number of appetizers, of which my pick would be the All Chay Fresh Rolls. These rice-paper rolls come in four seasonal varieties, each stuffed with a different vegan protein as well as vermicelli, fresh herbs and pickled vegetables. Spring (vegan shrimp), Summer (fried tofu), Autumn (vegan "chickun" and kim chee) and Winter ( barbecue "beef") are $2. 95 each or $5. 95 for all four. Should you opt for the foursome, the rolls come served with sweet and sour, sweet chile and peanut dipping sauces. On these blazing hot summer days, this chilled quartet would make for an alternative and interesting lunch, cooling and light. I should note the restaurant is more accessible than it might seem. The 600 North exit of Interstate 15 deposits diners just a few blocks away, making All Chay mere minutes from downtown and surrounding areas. The menu begins in earnest with a trio of noodle soups and the curiously titled "Noodle Veggies" section which all comprise thin vermicelli rice noodles, crushed roasted peanuts, oiled scallions, pickled carrots and daikon and sweet and sour sauce. Five dish options afford a variety of additional ingredients such as Mongolian noodles ($8. 50) with bean sprouts, cucumber, mint, "Mongolian chickun" and egg-roll pieces or Lemongrass tofu noodles ($8. 50) with lemongrass tofu and egg-roll pieces. My mild disappointment with these dishes didn't stem from the lack of meat. I was caught more off guard by the absence of umami smack from the omission of pungent fish sauce, commonly used in much of Southeast Asian cooking. True veganism means this crucial condiment — derived from deliciously fermented anchovies — is strictly off limits. As a result, these dishes lacked a depth of character. The menu progresses with rice. Source: www.sltrib.com

Independence Day eats top $70 per family - WSLS

Fire up the grill and break out the red, white and blue cutlery. This July Fourth is going to bring sizzling food and retail sales totaling $6. 6 billion, a 6. 4 percent increase from last year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation. Whether it’s potato salad, barbecue meat or buns, the average American household will spend $71. 23 on food items this year for Independence Day, up from last year’s average of $68. 16. The uptick in spending is likely a mix of factors including... The consumer price index for grocery store food items—a measure of price change—is 0. 6 percent higher than last May. The increased July 4 food spending comes despite a 60 percent decrease in the cost of propane on a year over year basis and a price drop to certain foods like poultry and beer. Most of the data on people’s plans from this year was in line with last year’s findings , with a slight uptick in those attending a barbecue, cookout or picnic. Like last year, about 11 percent of survey responders won’t be celebrating July Fourth at all. The National Retail Federation’s 2015 Independence Day survey, conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, surveyed 6,431 consumers between June 2-9, 2015. For several food industries, July 4 means the beginning of a crucial sale period. “July Fourth is huge for us,” said Bob Morrissey, executive director of National Watermelon Association, a group of about 500 growers. With the exception of those impacted by severe rainfall in Texas, most watermelon growers have seen a good season, said Morrissey. Hot dog sales also peak on July 4 weekend. “It’s the single biggest weekend for hot dog sales,” said Eric Mittenthal, vice president of public affairs at the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. About 150 million hot dogs are sold over the July 4th weekend, according to Mittenthal. Hamburgers won’t be cheap this year. Ground beef costs about 7 percent more this year, accounting for inflation at $4. 136 per pound. This is just below the 10 year historical high of $4. 235 per pound this past January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Chicken prices have inched down this year the aftermath of an avian flu outbreak. With multiple countries banning or partially banning U. S. poultry exports, there’s been downward pressure on retail chicken prices,. Source: wsls.com

This is how much Americans will spend on July 4 - CNBC

Like last year, about 11 percent of survey responders won't be celebrating July Fourth at all. The National Retail Federation's 2015 Independence Day survey, conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, surveyed 6,431 consumers between June 2-9, 2015. For several food industries, July 4 means the beginning of a crucial sale period. "July Fourth is huge for us," said Bob Morrissey, executive director of National Watermelon Association, a group of about 500 growers. With the exception of those impacted by severe rainfall in Texas, most watermelon growers have seen a good season, said Morrissey. Hamburgers won't be cheap this year. Ground beef costs about 7 percent more this year, accounting for inflation at $4. 136 per pound. This is just below the 10 year historical high of $4. 235 per pound this past January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Chicken prices have inched down this year the aftermath of an avian flu outbreak. With multiple countries banning or partially banning U. S. poultry exports, there's been downward pressure on retail chicken prices, according to the USDA. Chicken prices are down about 2 percent from last year, with inflation factored in. Party-throwers will be also paying slightly less for beer than they did last year. Prices of all malt products are down about 4 percent compared to last year. For backyard grillers and celebrity chefs alike, this year's Fourth of July will mean a lot of delicious food purchases. Source: www.cnbc.com

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    07/21/15 ,via TakePart

    White plates, stainless-steel cutlery, wineglasses, and tables covered with linens are more five-star restaurant than fast-food joint. But with Restaurant M, a one-day pop-up location in Tokyo, McDonald's plans to This pop-up fine-dining stunt

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    07/20/15 ,via The Jewish Press

    Kitchen: hand towels, mugs, small set of meat and milk dishes, two sets of cutlery, one dish drying rack , two frying pans, two 8-quart pots, two 2-quart pots, hand mixer, hand blender, teakettle if you like tea, French press for coffee lovers, a set of

  • All the Vietnamese favorites, without the meat

    07/14/15 ,via Salt Lake Tribune

    From Thailand to Indonesia, vibrant flavors such as tamarind, lemongrass, ginger and myriad more mean even the most committed carnivore should be able to entertain the prospect of a gratifying meat-free meal. Which is exactly what you can expect at All

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    07/14/15 ,via Boston Globe

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