Panda Express testing two plant-based menu items with Beyond Meat’s beef

Panda Express is working on its new plant-based menu offering, and it is now said to be testing two new dishes. The meals will expand the restaurant’s “meatless” menu that started with its Beyond, the Original Orange Chicken.

The American-Chinese fast food is testing two plant-based food items, and as per VegNews, these are the Mapo Tofu and String Beans. Both dishes will feature Beyond Meat’s beef. The tofu dish was described as spicy with a garlicky taste due to the added Sichuan garlic sauce.

The string beans also have a garlic sauce, but it is not too spicy.

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Pei Wei and Celebrity Chef Jet Tila Partner on Culinary Innovation and Menu Relaunch

Published: Jan. 27, 2022 at 10:45 AM EST

DALLAS, Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Wok’s aren’t the only thing getting fired up at Pei Wei Asian Kitchen! Pei Wei is excited to highlight its partnership with Food Network star Jet Tila on a wide variety of NEW menu items.

Chef Jet Tila launched a trio of signature dishes, highlighted by the incredibly craveable, and...
Chef Jet Tila launched a trio of signature dishes, highlighted by the incredibly craveable, and low-calorie Thai Coconut Curry, along with the Spicy Korean BBQ Steak and Thai Basil Cashew Chicken. Chef Jet’s innovative recipes and unique flavors were an instant hit with guests.(PRNewswire)

On May 13, 2019

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4 Hens Creole Kitchen joins Food Hall at City Foundry lineup | Off the Menu

4 Hens Creole Kitchen has joined the vendor lineup at the Food Hall at City Foundry. The restaurant opens Monday (Jan. 24) at the five-month-old Midtown venue.

4 Hens is a partnership between two married couples, Brandi and Brittany Artis and Brittani Gardner-Evans and Ebony Evans.

“We are a Black, queer restaurant that is women-owned here in St. Louis,” Brandi Artis tells Off the Menu.

Artis is 4 Hens’ executive chef. The Kansas City native first cooked professionally as a teenager at Godfather’s Pizza and later attended both culinary and bartending school. More recently, before relocating to St. Louis with

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KFC China launches regional menu to cater to local tastes

KFC China’s parent company, Yum China Holdings, Inc., announced on Jan. 18 that it had added traditional dishes to its menu lineup to cater to the taste of the local customers. It was said that the restaurant company tapped into some regional Chinese cuisines to create new food items for the Chinese unit of the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.

Moreover, Yum China would like to provide the varied needs of its Chinese customers, so last year, KFC China introduced 12 regionally-inspired food items for the first time. Since then, the restaurant chain has continued to innovate and has added new

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