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WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistThe Virginia State Championship Chili Cook-Off is the largest event of its kind in the state, with local and regional chili cook teams competing for the right to represent VA at the World Championship Chili Cook-Off in Las Vegas or Omaha each year....
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistOctober is National Vegetarian Month and with millions of people choosing to eat a meatless meal at least once a week, vegetarian diets raise a lot of questions. Many people believe that you can't get enough protein without meat. Carolyn O'Neil, a...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City has a wild side and it has nothing to do with its honking yellow taxis, towering skyscrapers and celebrity-studded nightclub crowds. It's about soaring bald eagles, quiet tidal salt marshes and sweet berry brambles...
Here's a wildlife success story that not everyone's thrilled about. Green iguanas, which dropped dead in huge numbers in the frigid winter of 2010, have rebounded, repopulating South Florida neighborhoods and resuming their consumption of expensive...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticProtip: You can tell a lot about a dude from the way he eats buckwheat "popcorn," the crunchy fried grain that tends to show up before the meal at Trois Mec, the new restaurant from Ludovic Lefebvre. The more primitive members of the species worm their...
"I do not like broccoli," President George H.W. Bush famously declared in 1990 in a New York Times story. "And I haven't liked it since I was a little kid and my mother made me eat it. And I'm president of the United States, and I'm not going to eat any...
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Roger Wolfson's backyard is not unlike the others that dot this rugged Silver Lake hillside — a narrow slip of grass, on a steep incline, with a distant view of the reservoir. But Wolfson's yard, unlike the others, also has a Roman-style...
email@example.comMaking food can be as ordinary as peeling potatoes or as extrordinary as creating a delicious sauce for the perfect french fry. Being a father is a bit like that. Sometimes being a parent is a delight, and sometimes it’s a chore. But, like...
More than 100 art and craft booths will be at Arts in the Park, which runs Saturday and June 16 at Melgaard Park. The booths will offer a variety of wares from exhibitors from at least 12 states. There will also be 18 food booths to satisfy people&...
Tags: Arts, Fine Arts, Tacos, Toy Industry, Strawberries
Herb & Soul began last September as a catering and carryout operation in the back part of a Parkville convenience store. The offerings included interesting Southern cuisine and soul food but also typical carryout items like cheese steaks and wings....
"You're taller than I remembered." After 40 years it may seem like a strange greeting, but after four decades memory becomes, at best, a series of snapshots. I, on the other hand, knew her at once. A 60ish version of the girl from the 1960s. My lost...
From this summer’s vegan menu at Grant Achatz’s restaurant Next to the buzz about plant-based diets, veganism is definitely having a moment. “A few years ago, people said, ‘Oh, vegan? What does that mean?” said Don...
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