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New Nutella cafe in New York City

New Nutella cafe in New York City You did not need another excuse to eat Nutella, but you’ve got one. A Nutella cafe is set to open this year in New York City. Created in post-WWII Italy as an affordable alternative to chocolate, Nutella is now popular worldwide, even inspiring riots in France. Nutella’s parent company, Ferrero International S.A., is capitalizing on the fervor by opening a Nutella Cafe in New York City’s Lower East Side. While the city has had its share of Nutella-themed pop-up experiences, this will be its first full-fledged cafe, and the second in the world (the first being in Chicago). New York residents can expect a similar experience to Chicago’s Nutella Cafe — a…

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The definitive guide to the best street food in Thailand (and where to find it)

The definitive guide to the best street food in Thailand (and where to find it) Thailand is synonymous with street food for good reason: it’s everywhere. From outdoor markets to roadside carts, there’s no escaping street food no matter where you go, especially in major cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Too many tourists skip out on street food for fear of food poisoning, but you’d be a fool to follow their paranoid lead. Street food is an integral part of Thai culture, and if it’s good enough for millions of locals, it’s good enough for you. Just be smart in your decision making: Always choose stalls that prepare the food fresh in front of you. This ensures it…

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9 white-hot restaurants in Ireland

9 white-hot restaurants in Ireland The food scene in Ireland is full of excitement these days, with new restaurants seemingly opening in the big cities every other week, and pockets of dynamism popping up all across the island. Prepare to leave your preconceptions about Irish food behind. Nope, it’s not all bacon and cabbage anymore. Come, and you’ll be immersing yourself in a food culture that’s found its feet and is celebrating the magnificence of ingredients from the Irish land and sea with a newfound confidence. 1. Miyazaki, Cork Photo: Miyazaki Takashi Miyazaki is a Japanese chef based in Cork. For the past few years, he’s been serving his impeccable food in a tiny takeaway with a few stools,…

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