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WASHINGTON — In one of nature's best comeback stories, endangered green sea turtles have multiplied in Florida during the past two decades and are now thriving in protected waters from Melbourne to the Florida Keys, marine scientists have...
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....
South Bend TribuneLaura Kapala will receive her bachelor’s degree Saturday, having earned it while facing far more challenges than the average undergraduate. Kapala, 49, of Edwardsburg, is graduating from Bethel College with a bachelor’s degree in...
Since Shavuot is z'man matan Torateinu (the commemoration of the giving of the Torah to the Israelites on Mount Sinai), many dedicated religious Jews admirably stay up the entire first night of Shavuot to hear talks about and discuss Torah teachings....
Four Café in Eagle Rock feels a little like walking into a pal's kitchen. (OK, if your pal had a glass dessert case and a cash register right by the kitchen door.) The vibe is friendly and relaxed and the locavore food is worth lingering over. The...
Tags: Soups, Salads, Potatoes, Arugula, Cheese Corn
Is Laughter Really the Best Medicine? A new study suggests, people who are happier in their daily lives have healthier levels of key body chemicals than those who muster negative thoughts. The study further suggested that happier people may have...
Asparagus is spring's first vegetable — its very name in Greek means shoot or sprout. Firm, fresh spears start appearing in late April and keep coming until June, giving inventive cooks plenty of time to create delectable dishes. Asparagus makes a...
One of the hottest sites on the Web is Pinterest, www.pinter-est.com. What is Pinterest? It’s an online bulletin board, or pin board, where you can find out about everything from aardvarks to zoology — literally. I checked both topics and...
Re "Restaurant gives up foie gras fight," posted on coastlinepilot.com April 19: Sounds like Broadway by Amar's chef Amar Santana has heard the community loud and clear, whereas his conscience was mute. We in Laguna will be keeping an eye on things to...
Tags: Stranger Than Fiction, Earth Day
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When it comes to food choices, pickiness stays with some diners beyond childhood. Like my sister, who at age 23 cringes at the thought of trying a tomato or beet, refuses a banana unless it's sliced and each piece smothered in peanut butter, and...
An animal-rights group has sent letters threatening legal action to two Orange County chefs who serve foie gras. The chefs serve fattened duck liver at Arc in Costa Mesa and Broadway by Amar Santana in Laguna Beach, drawing the ire of People for the...
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