The emails continue to arrive, with suggestions from readers for meal deals dining out -- food fare with value. There are places like the vegetarian-friendly Taloola Cafe, 396 Devonshire Rd., with its stew of the day, including a vegetable bean version with chocolate, and nearby The Velvet, with more than breakfast porridge, 1646 Wyandotte St. E., corrected from last week's reference on the food pages.
A former Italian restaurant on Erie Street East near Parent has opened recently with a new look, menu and approach as a Pakistani and Indian eatery. The name's ambitious: Lazeez translates as delicious in Urdu, spoken in Pakistan and northern India. Open several weeks, Lazeez is operated by Rafat Jafri in space occupied by several restaurants over the years, including La Scala, at 914 Erie St. E."We have the best cook in the world," Jafri says of her sister-in-law Iffat Jafri.
Two people from this area's food industry are expected to appear as guests on a Lifetime TV network show that airs across the U.S. this Friday. The guest segment during the weekday lifestyle show for women The Balancing Act, from 7 to 8 a.m., features Windsor-area chef Daniele Palanca and Danny Mucci, an owner of Kingsville's large greenhouse vegetable enterprise Mucci-Pac. They talk about cooking and growing greenhouse vegetables, Palanca said.
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