AAPI: Feature Friday, Ohm Suansilphong

Ohm Suansilphong, Chef and Restaurant owner of Fish Cheeks in NYC, is highlighting traditional Thai food in a family-style environment inspired by his family roots and upbringing. Ohm’s love for cooking came from learning and watching in the kitchen at his father’s restaurant throughout his childhood. From this love, Ohm went on to study at […]

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AAPI: Feature Friday, Nicole Ponseca

AAPI: Feature Friday, Nicole Ponseca

Nicole is a chef, cookbook author, James Beard Award finalist, and restaurateur with a mission to share Filipino food and in the process elevate Filipino people. Nicole first dipped her toe into the restaurant business when she launched an incredibly successful series of pop-up restaurants, which eventually turned into Jeepney, a restaurant located in both […]

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AAPI: Feature Friday, Esther Choi

AAPI: Feature Friday, Esther Choi

Choi’s love of food was inspired by her grandmother, who improvised Korean dishes in their home by growing Korean herbs and then making the most of what American grocery stores had to offer. Fast forward from those childhood days in her family’s kitchen, Choi landed her first restaurant job at 14 and later attended culinary […]

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Happy AAPI Heritage Month!

Happy AAPI Heritage Month!

Happy #AAPI Heritage Month; a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions and influence that the AAPI community has made to history and culture! #aapi #aapihm #api #appiheritagemonth

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Earth Week: The Strawful Truth

Earth Week: The Strawful Truth

STRAWS HAVE EXISTED OVER 7.000 YEARS! From the Mesopotamians to Modern Day Americans, straws were used to filter, drink from. & even help prevent the spread of infectious disease. Straws gained rapid popularity after the rise of fast-food restaurants & even more so after the plastic straw replaced paper in the 1960’s. Fact #1: The […]

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Earth Week: Farm Local, Eat Local

Earth Week: Farm Local, Eat Local

Locally sourced produce travels 27 times less distance then conventionally sourced produce 817, of Local Farmers incorporate cover crops, reduced tillage, on-site composting, & other soil health practices 1/2 of products found at farmers market are organic or chemical/pesticide-free Local farms create 3 times the jols for their communities vs. wholesale farms Nearly 100% of […]

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Earth Week: Protect the Pollinators

Earth Week: Protect the Pollinators

A Bit About Bees! Bees are a Keystone Species meaning other species depend on them to survive they create sources: nuts, berries, seeds & fruit 90% of flowering plants are dependent on bees A colony of bees can pollinate 250 million flowers in a day!

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AAPI: Feature Friday, Nicole Ponseca

AAPI: Feature Friday, Nicole Ponseca

Nicole is a chef, cookbook author, James Beard Award finalist, and restaurateur with a mission to share Filipino food and in the process elevate Filipino people. Nicole first dipped her toe into the restaurant business when she launched an incredibly successful series of pop-up restaurants, which eventually turned into Jeepney, a restaurant located in both […]

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AAPI: Feature Friday, Esther Choi

AAPI: Feature Friday, Esther Choi

Choi’s love of food was inspired by her grandmother, who improvised Korean dishes in their home by growing Korean herbs and then making the most of what American grocery stores had to offer. Fast forward from those childhood days in her family’s kitchen, Choi landed her first restaurant job at 14 and later attended culinary […]

read more
Happy AAPI Heritage Month!

Happy AAPI Heritage Month!

Happy #AAPI Heritage Month; a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions and influence that the AAPI community has made to history and culture! #aapi #aapihm #api #appiheritagemonth

read more
Earth Week: The Strawful Truth

Earth Week: The Strawful Truth

STRAWS HAVE EXISTED OVER 7.000 YEARS! From the Mesopotamians to Modern Day Americans, straws were used to filter, drink from. & even help prevent the spread of infectious disease. Straws gained rapid popularity after the rise of fast-food restaurants & even more so after the plastic straw replaced paper in the 1960’s. Fact #1: The […]

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Earth Week: Farm Local, Eat Local

Earth Week: Farm Local, Eat Local

Locally sourced produce travels 27 times less distance then conventionally sourced produce 817, of Local Farmers incorporate cover crops, reduced tillage, on-site composting, & other soil health practices 1/2 of products found at farmers market are organic or chemical/pesticide-free Local farms create 3 times the jols for their communities vs. wholesale farms Nearly 100% of […]

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Earth Week: Protect the Pollinators

Earth Week: Protect the Pollinators

A Bit About Bees! Bees are a Keystone Species meaning other species depend on them to survive they create sources: nuts, berries, seeds & fruit 90% of flowering plants are dependent on bees A colony of bees can pollinate 250 million flowers in a day!

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