food

Food truck boot camp offered by Farmington Women’s Business Center

  • “Truckin’ It: Food Tuck Bootcamp” will be held at 5:30 p.m. March 9, 16, 23 and 30.
  • The course will be led by Dawn Facka.
  • Sign up for the class by visiting wesst.org or by calling 505-566-3715.

FARMINGTON — While she encourages anyone with an interest to take part, Dawn Facka is hopeful the free four-week virtual class on operating a food truck that she is leading in March as part of the Farmington Women’s Business Center is something that finds an audience of women.

“I have not seen a lot of women doing that,” said Facka, the regional manager

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Open for Business: Indian Wok brings Indo-Chinese food to Walkersville | Retail

Diya Rajbhandari and husband Suman Pradhan lived in Frederick for eight years, during which they opened Delhi-6 Indian Cuisine on Buckeystown Pike. After moving to Bethesda and opening another restaurant two years ago, the couple is now back in Frederick County and opened a new takeout restaurant in Walkersville: Indian Wok.

Rajbhandari said the idea behind Indian Wok was to provide takeout service that was affordable for families and used fresh ingredients. In order to ensure lower prices, the owners lowered their overhead by renting a small spot in Walkersville and keeping their menu focused.

In addition to classic Indian

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94 of Lancaster County’s best takeout restaurants, as picked by LNP readers | Food + Living

With capacity and safety restrictions in Pennsylvania restaurants, many Lancaster County businesses have turned their attention toward takeout.

We asked readers to tell us the best places to get takeout in Lancaster County and got well over 200 responses.

The restaurants below each got three or more nominations. 

Here are LNP | LancasterOnline’s favorite takeout restaurants and businesses (in alphabetical order).


551 West

551 West is a restaurant and bar that serves a mostly American cuisine. It’s well-known for its fish tacos.

One reader said, “Great, consistent food every time, and always in a timely manner.”

More information: 551 W.

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Expand your horizons with these variations on Chinese food in San Francisco

Outside of China, Chinese food ventures far beyond Americanized dishes like chop suey and General Tso’s Chicken. This remarkably versatile cuisine – born of centuries of immigration, persecution, and scarcity – has been reinvented repeatedly as required by custom and circumstance. Here we explore the history of three very different cultural takes on Chinese food, and where you can find them in the Bay Area.

A few featured dishes of Red Hot Chilli Pepper restaurant in San Carlos, Hakka noodles, left, gobi manchurian, center, and spicy paneer, right.

A few featured dishes of Red Hot Chilli Pepper restaurant in San Carlos, Hakka noodles, left, gobi manchurian, center, and spicy paneer, right.

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For Mission resident Saptarshi Guha, who developed his

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