First look at the mouthwatering Mexican food being served up at Sheffield’s newest vegan eatery

We may be in the middle of yet another national lockdown but that did not stop the owners of Make No Bones, David Shaw and Lauren Hird, from teaming up with Sean O’Callaghan to open La Fonda on January 15.

La Fonda is located within the kitchen at The Tramshed’s premises at 53 Chesterfield Road, Heeley, and will form the popular bar’s food offering once pubs are permitted to reopen.

For now, La Fonda’s full menu – which includes Chorizo Sopes and Vegan Tinga Taco Dorado – is available for both collection and delivery from Friday to Sunday.

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Asia Pacific Food Emulsifiers Market Size : Technological Advancement and Growth Analysis with Forecast to 2026

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Feb 05, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware According to the research report titled ‘Asia Pacific Food Emulsifiers Market Size By Product, Application, Industry Analysis Report, Country Outlook, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2020 – 2026’, available with Market Study Report LLC, Asia Pacific food emulsifiers market is projected to reach USD 1 billion by the year 2026.

Increasing per capita income of individuals, and rising consumer inclination towards naturally derived foods are the major factors propelling the growth of Asia Pacific food emulsifiers

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New Rio Tacos & Tequila brings Mexican food with a Louisiana twist to downtown Baton Rouge | Food/Restaurants

Tonnie Pointer knows everyone loves a good street taco, so she’s serving a half-dozen varieties at Rio Taco & Tequila, a new downtown eatery.

The street tacos, so called because they’re small and can easily be held in your hand and munched on as you walk down the street, are a specialty at the just-opened spot where Pointer is executive chef.

“That’s probably our biggest seller so far,” said Pointer, adding they’re offered with brisket, steak, vegetables, chicken tinga (shredded chicken), ground beef and al pastor (spit-grilled) pork.

“They’re traditional with two tortillas, protein, cilantro and red onions,” Pointer said.

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30 Sneaky Ways Restaurants Trick You Into Spending More Money

There are a lot of ways you could describe dining out, but “psychological warfare” probably isn’t the phrase that springs to mind. In truth, it’s not a bad metaphor for the barrage of techniques restaurants use to coax a few extra dollars out of you. Restaurants have a number of ways that will have you leaving with a wallet that is more empty than your stomach is full.

Last updated: Jan. 31, 2020

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