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Pizza Amore posts up at the First Niagara Center - PHOTOS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Armed with the knowledge that Pizza Amore, Western New York’s only wood-fired pizza trailer, would be perched just outside the First Niagara Center Wednesday, Kat, S.J. and Ben T. swung over to sample the fare.

The pizza-making process is worth watching, as one Perri family member molds the “personal pan”-style dough and adds the toppings, while another wields the long pizza…

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Pepperoni ousted as No. 1 pizza topping

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / Collin Anderson

Impossible as it may seem, pizza’s more popular than ever, and it’s not standard pepperoni slices that are all the rage—it’s chicken.

Pizza consumption, according to Technomic, has grown significantly in the last two years. In a poll, 41 percent of consumers said they buy pizza once a week. Back in 2009, just 26 percent were purchasing ‘za at the same rate. The rise in popularity…

Podcast update: Donnie uses his noodle, lands great guest

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It tastes as good as it looks. And it looks damn good.

If you haven’t been to NoNoo Ramen (480 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo), you are missing out on an amazing noodle experience—(OBLIGATORY COLLEGE RAMEN REFERENCE) we’re not talking about the salty little packages you fired up in the dorm room microwave (REFERENCE COMPLETE).

Listen now.

NoNoo Ramen boasts a four-star rating on Urbanspoon.com and was noted for its “...Japanese comfort food…

Lloyd Taco Truck’s Dorsaneo downs Torches’ Richert in Nickel City Chef - VIDEO

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Photo of Lloyd Taco truck trio celebrating the win from the Lloyd twitter account

(Video courtesy of Nickel City Chef.)

In the final head-to-head culinary contest in Season Four of Nickel City Chef, reigning Nickel City Chef J.J. Richert of Torches squared off against challenger Chris Dorsaneo, head chef of Lloyd Taco Truck. The secret ingredient was chevre and feta cheese from First Light Farm & Creamery, housed in East Bethany (Genesee County).

Lloyd fans…

Sole crowned winner of Buffalo’s Best Mac and Cheese Challenge

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Photo courtesy of the Mac and cheese challenge website

Lactalis Foodservice announced the winners of the 2012 Buffalo’s Best Mac & Cheese Challenge, and Sole Restaurant, 810 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, reigned cheesily supreme.

With her Latin macaroni and cheese, featuring smoked gouda and Don Bernardo Manchego—a sheep’s milk cheese from Spain—Sole owner and head chef Maura Crawford prepared the dish that received the most votes from…

Perry’s announces new summer ice cream varieties

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

There’s no denying summer’s near when the Mister Softee jingle echoes through the streets and all the local ice cream stands are back in action—and many of those stands will be serving new summer flavors from Perry’s.

The five new Perry’s flavors available at ice cream stands are carrot cake, PB s’mores, Caribbean coconut, root beer float and panda paws extreme (light, no sugar…

Kinda customizable cups

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Tim Hortons customizable cup

Having wrapped up the Roll Up the Rim to Win campaign, Tim Hortons has moved on to an interactive virtual project that allows fans to personalize the iconic Timmies coffee cup—but don’t even dare get cheeky, Dunkin’ Donuts fans.

You get 12 characters, but certain strings of letters are prohibited. For example, try typing “Dunkin’ Donuts” or “Mister Donut”—a chain once present in…

Family fuels the fire: Pizza Amore excels, expands

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Photo from the Pizza Amore Facebook page

Family is unquestionably central to Italian tradition, and Dave and Diana Perri have strengthened their household bonds around another quintessential slice of Italy: pizza.

With children DJ, Danielle, Dominique and Devon—who range between 15 and 22 years old—the Perri family runs Pizza Amore, one of fewer than 10 wood-fired pizza trailers in the country. Based out of Grand Island,…

Buffalo wings explained, FINALLY - VIDEO

video by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  


He's very passionate about clearing up any confusion there might be over the origins of Buffalo wings.

"The bones, the legs, the thighs, the breasts, the drumsticks -- they all look like chicken. Buffaloes are HUGE. Chickens are small."

Allen Street bar in trouble for possible trademark infringement

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

The name of Duke’s Bohemian Grove Bar, a popular bar on Allen St., is in grave danger, as a world-renowned French chef in New York City has filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement.

According to Robert Gearty of the New York Daily News, NYC celebrity chef Daniel Boulud believes that his restaurant entitled DBGB Kitchen and Bar owns the trademark, and that Buffalo owners Pat…

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