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The tiny Cardiff restaurant that made it into the Michelin Guide amid a pandemic
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Castro Valley is on the brink of being more than mini golf and fast food. The census-designated place is already home to a sparkling marketplace of artisanal vendors , from Seven Hills Baking Co to Akemi Japanese Cuisine. Sunday brunch is coming soon. Hermanos Verdes specializes in Mexican food, with bold and modern takes on tacos and other fare. In an email, Ochoa explained that he started Hermanos Verdes in his apartment back in June after being laid off from his job as a chef at Linked In. Garcia, a lifelong friend, was there from the start. They sold out and were humbled by the support.
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The Michelin guide is the world's top barometer for exceptional dining. The acclaimed South African chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen is the mastermind behind Jan, the fine-dining restaurant he opened in Nice, France, in Michelin stars are the oldest and most revered international restaurant accolade. Earling one — alone keeping it — is one of the toughest challenges, not to mention the highest honour for chefs. These range from the quality of the ingredients to the table setting.
Here's a list of cabbages that go beyond the usual green and red. Savoy Cabbage Probably the most photogenic of the cabbages is this lacy variant. The leaves of the savoy cabbage are more loosely layered and less tightly packed than green or red cabbage, which gives it a shorter shelf life. Prep tip: Savoy cabbage is more tender than the other cabbages and eat beautifully as a fresh, crunchy wrap or braised in butter and stock. But one of our favourite ways to prepare the savoy cabbage is by steaming its leaves and wrapping it around a filling of minced meat and rice; a dish the Polish call golabki and Czechs and Slovaks, holubky.