Chipotle adds plant-based chorizo to menu for limited time

A new, craveable protein from Chipotle, Plant-Based Chorizo is certified vegan, packed with 16 grams of protein per 4oz serving, and is made without artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, grains, gluten, or soy.

Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that it will add plant-based chorizo to its menu for a limited time at U.S. locations. 

“A new, craveable protein, Plant-Based Chorizo is made using all real, fresh ingredients grown on a farm, not in a lab,” the company said in a news release Monday. 

The company expanded its rollout after testing out the food option in Denver and Indianapolis in August 2021. 

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“We are thrilled to introduce guests to our new, flavor-packed Plant-Based Chorizo during a season when healthier options are top of mind,” Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer, said. “Plant-Based Chorizo is our best chorizo ever

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Bringing Malaysians Together, One Toast Bread At A Time

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For more than 18 years, Kopitiam Kita has been a melting pot of the ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ spirit.

The extensive menu selection makes Kopitiam Kita in Kota Bharu a popular choice among locals looking to start the day with a hearty breakfast.

Kopitiam Kita is also a must-visit location for visitors on holiday or on a working trip to Kota Bharu.

The piece-de-resistance is the ‘roti titab’ – a combination between slices of toast, kaya and half-boiled eggs.

Workers preparing roti titab at Kopitiam Kita. (Credit: Fernando Fong)

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Workers preparing roti titab at Kopitiam Kita. (Credit: Fernando Fong)

Kopitiam Kita was founded 18 years ago by Wong Nye Hua, a Hokkien from Raub, Pahang.

The coffee shop – which is also the family home – started with only 18 tables. Now, they have 108 tables!

Wong said the business never looked back since he

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The weekend’s here! Where are we headed on Staten Island this Daylight Saving Time?

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Even if the New York City Marathon doesn’t have you sprinting, this line up of food, drink and events will have you traveling the borough this weekend.

What’s on tap? Let’s start with soul food.


Fried chicken (Courtesy of Shaw-naé Dixon)


Shaw-naé Dixon will be open on the weekends at her soul food restaurant Shaw-naé’s House. The Stapleton spot at 381 Van Duzer Street is open Friday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. for pickups. Sit-down service is available by reservation.

For the menu, go to the restaurant’s Facebook page.

Customers can place orders at 845-595-8511 and email [email protected]


Boy scouts from Troop 37, sponsored by St. Teresa’s Church in Westerleigh, collect nonperishables during their annual Scouting for Food drive — a citywide Boy Scouts of America event that typically takes place on the first or second Saturday of

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Meal program bridges cultural divisions, 1 plate at a time

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — On the menu, the flavor profiles seemed incongruous: Chinese dumplings, Italian-style roast pork and a Mexican chicken dish featuring an edible weed.

But when dinner was served, the guests seated and plates bearing foods of three different cultures shared, it all made sense.

The meal was part of “Breaking Bread; Breaking Barriers,” a yearlong program that brings people of different backgrounds together for a meal featuring their cultural favorites, bridging differences one plate at a time.

“People cooking and eating together happens every day, but it doesn’t often happen across our social boundaries,” said Anuj Gupta, general manager of Reading Terminal Market, the historic and sprawling indoor market and home to the program. “It’s an incredibly powerful tool to cut through whatever social barriers you want to erect.”

Jews and Muslims have shared Jewish apple cake and baklava as part of the program. Members of the African-American

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