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What is Charcuterie? How is it made? Why is it Popular?
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Charcuterie’s Ancient History, Humble Process and Exotic Recipes Fuel Its Surge in Demand – An interview with Fabrique Délices.

We’ve talked about fermentation and salt in our last two blog posts… are you catching on to the theme?  With customer demand and sustainability at the forefront, we’re not only talking about ways to add complex flavors to your meat and produce, but how to preserve them as well.  In this article we are leaving …

Marisal Sea Salt is Harvested By Hand and is the Best Salt to Use in your Restaurant
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The Best Salt in the World? An Interview with Local Salt Vendor – Marisal

As a chef, how often do you really sit down to consider the simplest of ingredients in your kitchen? We mean the most granular of all seasonings – salt.  You may have asked yourself: How is salt made? Why is it called kosher salt?  What is the best kind of salt for cooking and finishing?  …

Sinto Gourmet's Owner is a hero in her own right! Immigrating here from the boarder of North Korea and South Korea, she began making Kimchi for her friends and family.
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Local Kimchi Expert Shares Rich History and Benefits of Fermenting Your Own Food

At Cheetah we love staying at the forefront of kitchen and cooking trends. The Bay Area is home to cutting edge cooks from around the world testing out and perfecting their craft. Hyunjoo Albrecht of Sinto Gourmet, a local producer of Kimchi, Gochujang and other Korean specialties, is one such food entrepreneur. A History of …

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Plant Based Desserts to Boost Restaurant Profits This Winter

A generation of conscious diners is seeking out vegan treats and plant based desserts. For restaurant operators, shifting to plant-based ‘cash-cows’ not only makes economic sense, but it has never been easier.  This winter be sure to have at least two vegan desserts with massive profit margins on the menu to increase ticket sizes and …

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Restaurants & Recipes We Love

Nothing says rich flavors and happy vibes like Hispanic Heritage Month! This year we celebrate Peruvian, Cuban, Mexican and all other Latin American cultures with 2 of our favorite restaurants in the Bay Area and 1 winner recipe to add to your menu.  Hispanic Is Our Culture One of the reasons we love celebrating Hispanic …

middle eastern cooking
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Delicious Middle Eastern Cooking and How to Get Started

Middle Eastern cooking is a celebration of colors, rich flavors and intoxicating aromas. Every culture uses its own spices and herbs to bring out the natural taste of meat, chicken and fish dishes. Together, the Persian, Israeli, Moroccan, Syrian and Lebanese cuisines make one of the most unique and diverse food cultures in the world. …

proven tricks to improve you homemade pizza game with flour, tomato sauce, toppings, cheese and a proper oven
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Boost Your Homemade Pizza Game with These 5 Best Tricks

Chewy crust and stretchy cheese pizza is one of the most popular comfort foods ever invented. The best part about homemade pizza is that you don’t have to be Italian to get parlor-quality pies. Whatever happens, you can’t actually go wrong with pizza. In this article, Cheetah chefs share insider pro tips that will help …

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Delicious Mexican Food Dishes You Didn’t Know Existed

Mexican food has been around for centuries and is one of the most historically rich cuisines in the US. Among Americans, Tex Mex is by far the most popular version of it. But more and more, fine dining restaurants are discovering different regional recipes of Mexican food and adding them to the menu. Local restaurants …

tomato salad
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Tomato Salad: Easy Recipe with Fresh Tomato Slices and Burrata

Tomato Salad with Burrata Walking through the Farmer’s Markets and neighborhood gardens at this time of year makes tomato lovers giddy. The stalls and vines are bursting with cherry, round, and heirloom tomatoes and it’s the one fruit (yes, it’s a fruit) from the nightshade family you can pick and eat with your feet still …