“Oh I do a lot of things,” she said with a laugh, taking a sip the tea-infused cocktail in her hand. “I like telling people, when asked what I do, that I’m an Expediter”.
We wanted to explore ways in which global cuisines and flavors can be brought to local tables without losing the original spirit, adversely affecting other communities, and still appealing to the consumer (this is the Fancy Food Show after all!). Here are five things I learned from the panel:
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In this lookback of the first #FKEDUP live collaboration in Boston this past February, Paolo Espanola and Sarahlynn Pablo reflect on the team’s brunch pop-up and participation in a regional conference for Asian-American students. PART 1 It takes a certain kind of muted masochism to pull… Read More
Oh wow…it’s been a good minute since my last post and boy let me tell you…it feels like I’m starting over again! For those who’ve been asking me what ever happened to the blog and what culinary adventures I’m been throwing myself into, suffice it… Read More