Dani McGuire and Julia Haller are excited about Friday. The two will celebrate the grand opening of their business, Jai Juice and Cafe, of which they are co-founders. It’s located at 1301 Lafayette St. in the building that houses Pranayoga School of Yoga and Health.
You say “potato” but Bo Gonzalez and his legion of followers say “patatas.”  The cubes of fried potato drizzled with a pair of sauces are a signature item on the Bravas food truck, which has been hitting the street since 2012.
With fall’s dropping temperatures, it’s time to add more salads to the menu. The season’s frost-sweetened, intensely flavored greens – collards, cabbage, mustards, chicories and, yes, kale – add some glamour, and perhaps some respect, to the salad course.


  • Recipes
    Cabbage Salad With Winter Roots and Popped Mustard Seed Turn this salad into a vegetarian main dish by folding 1/4 cup of red quinoa, cooked and cooled, into the finished salad and scattering cubed extra-firm tofu around each plate.
  • Love at first bite at humble Wabash pizzeria
    I noticed the little pizza shop in Wabash before it even opened in 2012.
  • It's not French, but it is tasty
    So many of the foods we eat have names that, surprise, have nothing to do with the country tied to their name.