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Dissatisfied with the poor 'play value' of many modern toys, Frenchman Thierry Bourret launched an annual award to promote designs that fire up imagination, writes Victoria Finlay Three years ago a major British toy fair identified the best toy of the year.
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15 hrs ago | Business Journal
The bacon-with-everything trend may finally be waning. The National Restaurant Association has announced the hottest restaurant trends for 2014, and at the top of the list are locally sourced meats and seafood, locally grown produce and foods that promote environmental sustainability.
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Pearl District denizens will soon have a " salad-centric " grab-and-go option for their daytime lunches.
Milan, December 6 - Poland has become the latest country to sign on to participate in Milan Expo 2015, pushing the list of signatories closer to the 140 milestone.
The National Restaurant Association has announced the hottest restaurant trends for 2014, and at the top of the list are locally sourced meats and seafood, locally grown produce and foods that promote environmental sustainability.
Slow Food Upstate and Earth Fare will present a special wine and cheese pairing event Dec. 6. The tasting will include a look at 10 Old World wines, cheeses, olives and other food from Earth Fare.
From the slow-food to locavore movements, more and more people are taking control of how their food is prepared and where their food originates.
Tuesday, Dec. 10, will be a celebration of local food, all around the world. On this day, the international Slow Food network will celebrate fair, local food for the fifth year in a row.
Thomas, Danny and Charlie Broder will display the flavors of Italy at Broders' annual Fresh Off the Boot event Saturday.
Tourism is coming to Sebastopol, and in a style typical of the west Sonoma County town, everyone has the opportunity to voice an opinion on how to capitalize on the added revenue while maintaining the town's quirky charm.
It was a chilly Monday afternoon in November but the students at Diablo Community Day School were upbeat and full of energy.
Judy Rodgers, whose no-nonsense approach to food at the Zuni Cafe in San Francisco had a profound influence on a few generations of young cooks, has died at the age of 57. The Chronicle confirms the news through Gilbert Pilgram, Rodgers's business partner at the restaurant.