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Twenty-one restaurants have signed up to participate in the 5th Annual East Coast She-Crab Soup Classic to be held from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at 24th Street Park along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Each restaurants will serve up its...
Curry and sushi lovers beware: the issue of arsenic in rice is set to come back on the table this year. The toxic problem first grabbed the headlines in September 2012, when Consumer Reports announced the results of its investigation into what it called...
Around 10 years ago the residents of Balboa Peninsula were stunned to awaken one morning to find the city cutting down all of its grand old ficus trees. At the time a Laguna Beach councilmember was quoted in the paper saying, "We could never do that...
WASHINGTON -- When authorities got wind of a demonstration planned for Monday outside the Food and Drug Administration's offices in College Park, Md., they fortified their defenses. A motorcycle and nine police vans, ominously marked "Homeland Security,...
Tribune reporterA man who wrapped his face in white tape and carried a cane when he robbed a bank in the North Center neighborhood Sunday was caught two hours later riding a bike near his home, according to the FBI. Erwin Acox, 39, of the 5100 block of North Kimball...
McClatchy-Tribune Information ServicesAmericans create an average of 4.5 pounds of trash a day and much of it is created in our kitchens. Recycling is one option to reducing all that trash and composting is another. But sometimes there are items that we toss because we don't have a greener...
Sun SentinelCelebrate Earth Month with expert advice on gardening from a Delray Beach farmer. Jason “Farmer Jay” McCobb, 38, who runs two sustainable farms in Delray Beach and supplies his crops to local restaurants, will teach three gardening...
What's a healthful food and what's a healing food? Is there a difference? At least since the mid-19th century, when the Battle Creek Sanitarium opened its doors and people flocked there to follow John Harvey Kellogg's regime of whole grains, nuts and...
The Hartford CourantIf there's one thing that stands out for me during my 25 years in Connecticut, it was the quiet but delicious return of good food and local farms. For readers who are less than 40 years old, please remember, there were no farmers markets in the state...
Ever thought homemade bagels were possible? And great bagels at that? They are, and Peter Reinhart wrote a great story for Food to share his secrets: "What I am about to explain could get me barred from the Lincoln and Holland tunnels or any other...
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