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This list of off-the-menu dishes doesn't include anything from In-N-Out or McDonald's; you already know about those. These, which you might not be familiar with, are iconic items from places particular to Los Angeles. And though access to a couple of...
Change of SubjectBy Jessica Reynolds Did you start your morning off with a to-go cup of joe? The amount of caffeine you consumed depends on where you bought the coffee. A recent Chicago Tribune story about the effects of caffeine on children......
READER SUBMITTED: The Modern Riffs Playing At "Fourth Friday At The Arts Cafe," Marlborough Arts CenterMarlboroughThe Marlborough Arts Center at 231 North Main Street in Marlborough, hosts "Fourth Fridays at the Arts Cafe," coffee-house style convivial musical evenings in the beautiful Charles W. Hall Memorial Art Gallery which are perfect times for meeting artists,...
Tags: Fine Artists, Artists, Arts, Music, Entertainment
Caffeine-infused waffles and maple syrup are promoted as energizing alternatives to a morning mug of coffee. But the recent craze of adding caffeine to a range of kid-friendly snack foods — including popcorn, chewing gum, candy bars, mints,...
As one of the many new vendors participating in Grand Central Market's current revamp, Valerie Confections will open Valerie, a coffee shop/lunch counter hybrid version of the L.A. bakery Friday. The shop is located at the stall formerly occupied by MF...
Sun SentinelGet a free tall Starbucks coffee on Wednesday when you make a United Way donation to benefit tornado victims in Oklahoma. Make a donation to benefit the United Way of Central Oklahoma and you'll get a free tall brewed coffee at participating locations,...
Tags: Human Interest, United Way , Starbucks Corp.
BYRON BAY, AUSTRALIA — My face flushed cherry red and my sweat-soaked sundress clung to my body. I stood, elated, on a wooden platform at the summit of Mt. Warning, a jagged peak in the Gondwana rain forest. The mountain, in the far northeastern...
'The Adobo Road': Food-blogger-turned-cookbook-author Marvin Gapultos will be celebrating the launch of "The Adobo Road Cookbook," a Filipino food journey, on Thursday at Max's of Manila in Industry. The event, which starts at 6 p.m., will include a...
Summer's coming up quick, and the Southland's craft breweries are preparing a varied slate of new brews to bottle (or can) for your summertime celebrations. Summer Ale and IPAs Golden Road Brewing has begun to can a new seasonal beer for the warmer...
The free egg salad sandwiches served at the farm auction on the north edge of Aurora in eastern South Dakota about 1922 was the culprit, ushering in ptomaine poisoning. Then there was the infamous Ed Ziebarth sale near Elkton in February 1931. At that...
For a while Monday night, the lead story on The New York Times website did not involve Angelina Jolie, Benghazi or a single politician. The hot, hot news? Intelligentsia, the Chicago coffee company, is opening a coffee bar in Manhattan. I can't...
Daniel Rose, the American-born chef of Spring restaurant in Paris, says he doesn't get out much. But in the last week, he taught cooking classes in New York as part of the James Beard award festivities, sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose and...
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