cuisine

Indianapolis cook demos Japanese cuisine

Sure, William Shatner will be there, as will Will Friedle, but it is Mori Lemau Willhite who will blaze the path to a new world — one that has food discussions and cooking demonstrations at the Indiana Comic Convention this weekend.

She will do a cooking demonstration as part of two panels on Japanese culture and cuisine during the show, which runs Friday through Sunday at the Indiana Convention Center

The sessions address how Japanese food relates to comics and animation.

It’s the first time for a food panel at the con, which it launched in 2014, organizers

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Get Indian Cuisine To Go at This Punjabi-Owned Gas Station in Virginia

On a recent lunchtime visit to a nondescript ExxonMobil gas station in Vienna, Virginia, a handful of curious onlookers were drawn to a line attached to a little kiosk inside. Alongside soda and the usual lineup of packaged snacks, grab-and-go mango lassis were lined up in a refrigerated case. When people forked over their money, they left with boxes of chicken biryani, assemble-yourself pani puri, and burritos stuffed with fried vegetable samosas.

Raja and Bindu Puri opened Chit Chaat cafe inside the gas station at 200 Maple Avenue E a few months ago. The husband and wife do all the

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Potter Village getting new Asian Buffet that fuses Asian and American cuisine

Potter Village will soon carry the smells of a fusion of Japanese, Chinese and American cuisine with the return of a buffet.

Asian Buffet, 1114 Oak Harbor Road, will take over the former Wang’s and Xian’s Buffet at the shopping complex, with a lofty goal of offering all types of food along with healthy options in a buffet style.

Manager Tyler Liu is bringing the buffet concept of the Tiffin restaurant to Fremont after Fremont residents visited his Asian Grill Buffet location.

The new Asian Buffet in Fremont will open Oct. 14.

A buffet 200 items strong

“We’re going to

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My Experience at “Food Terminal,” Malay Cuisine

As I tumbled out of the Uber and joined my friends on the sidewalk, I was instantly captivated by the glowing neon sign that read “Food Terminal.” After the grand welcoming to the restaurant, I stepped inside only to be amazed by the sheer size of the place. Flood lights and tables seemed to stretch across the entire block, and servers were bustling around to deliver food to hungry customers. The atmosphere was electrifying, hyping me up even more as we sat down.

Having only truly lived in Atlanta for the last two weeks, I haven’t had much satisfying

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