Slow news week in peppers and barbecue, folks. Y’all need to try harder; eat something far too spicy and go to to the hospital (no, really, don’t do that). But you get the point.
Like a side of beef, this week’s Hot News is heavy on the barbecue. Between the American Royal, a Barbecue Hall of Fame induction, and a Texas barbecue joint hitting its 60th birthday, there’s a fair amount to talk about.
Crying kids, crying vegans, Iceland learns to fear the reaper; and that’s just the tip of this week’s Hot News, covering the worlds of peppers and barbecue.
Aramark celebrated National Hot Dog Day with a decadent selection of a dozen loaded hot dogs, sausages and vegan dogs at the ballparks it serves.
Members of Gen Z have grown up in a world that has always been connected and multicultural so, for them, there is no such thing as ethnic cuisine…
By José C. Marmolejo The renewed interest in both Mexican and international gastronomy by the young, educated, and curious class of Mexicans has created the demand for a new market concept in Mexico City. While traditional markets in Mexico are hot, crowded, and smelly along with the ever-present threat of pickpockets and not exactly honest vendors, it takes the right …
Next project? A 300-seat restaurant in Washington, D.C. Buena suerte Roberto!