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Blue Hill restaurant in New York: grow nature and encourage more of it

Blue Hill restaurant in New York: grow nature and encourage more of it

Straight from the farm an eco-conscious chef, Dan Barber, with his forward looking team of farmers, growers, cooks, as well as the backer of the project, David Rockefeller, together bring ...
Juice Press: organic fast food for healthy Manhattan's future

Juice Press: organic fast food for healthy Manhattan’s future

Juice Press is bold, braver than most food and beverage companies out there. Like some of their millennial competitors born in the US, also often nicknamed 'the fast food nation', Juice ...
Beyond Sushi: fish-free vegan sushi rock'n rolls Manhattan

Beyond Sushi: fish-free vegan sushi rock’n rolls Manhattan

A slice of cucumber on sushi rice would not excite most foodies, but there is much more plant-based bounty that can chase your taste buds in vegan sushi. The idea ...
Souen: in harmony with nature and ourselves through macrobiotic lifestyle

Souen: in harmony with nature and ourselves through macrobiotic lifestyle

Souen is Manhattan's pioneer of Japanese macrobiotic dining. The first location in Soho has been open since 1971, which was later extended to another two distinctive branches, each with its ...
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Dirt Candy: veggies in sweet leading role

Dirt Candy, as its raunchy name evokes, is once again back on Manhattan to provoke. Teasing carnivores with its vegie-centric menu has swirled over the years of its existence into ...
American plant-based Cuisine by Tal Ronen, Matthew Kenney and Tim Andriola

American plant-based Cuisine by Tal Ronen, Matthew Kenney and Tim Andriola

Now trendy the American plant-based cuisine is enjoyed beyond vegans.The chefs Tal Ronen,Matthew Kenney and Tim Andriola showed in Miami its creative appeal ...
American Tea Room: blended tea made better

American Tea Room: blended tea made better

The philosophy of the company is inspired by America as a melting pot, which does not have its own tea culture, but is curious about blending different cultures and tastes ...
Ippodo: once tea for Japanese emperors today caters from Kyoto to modern New York

Ippodo: once tea for Japanese emperors today caters from Kyoto to modern New York

Ippodo is one of the oldest and most known tea brands in Japan. Their expanding tea houses specialise in Japanese green tea grown around Kyoto. Various grades of matcha, gyokuro, sencha ...
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