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15th annual - Taste of Franklin' set for April 5 15th Annual - Taste Of Franklin' Set For April 5

If you enjoy good food, you'll want to get a ticket for the 15th annual "Taste of Franklin" scheduled for Thursday, April 5, at the River of Life Church south of Winnsboro. The popular Chamber event is sponsored by the Winnsboro-Franklin Chamber of Commerce, along with the Franklin Parish Tourism Commission.

The Age-Old Cookbook Aiding Scandinavia's Master Chefs The Age-Old Cookbook Aiding Scandinavia's Master Chefs

In the Swedish countryside, an unassuming farm stands as the mecca for Scandinavia's fanciest restaurants. Jan-Anders Jarebrand and his family have been producing some of the world's finest ingredients and top recipes that have become staples for Scandinavia's master chefs.

We Know It's Cheesy But St Paul's Cheese Nights Are Grate We Know It's Cheesy But St Paul's Cheese Nights Are Grate

Wine and cheese soir e es might sound like the reserve of the supercilious or hipster folk, but newly-opened St Paul is hoping to shake things up with its evening menu. The restaurant-stroke-cafe is an "informal destination" serving "uncomplicated hearty fare" in the evening; a selection of charcuterie and cheeses with sourdough bread.

Introduce your grill to delicious, nutritious vegetables this spring Introduce Your Grill To Delicious, Nutritious Vegetables This Spring

Spring means its time to fire up the grill again. But grilling is more than just hamburgers and hot dogs.

Toni Rodriguez named the 70th Miss La Habra Toni Rodriguez Named The 70th Miss La Habra

Toni Rodriguez being crowned Miss La Habra 2018 at the 70th annual Miss La Habra Pageant, held at the La Habra Community Center, Saturday, March 17, 2018. Saturday night, March 17, she became the 70th young woman to be crowned Miss La Habra in the annual pageant sponsored by the La Habra Host Lions.

Editorial: 'Food box' plan has too many negative aspects Editorial: 'Food Box' Plan Has Too Many Negative Aspects

In this Feb. 26, 2018 photo, Dianne Shenk talks to a customer in her Dylamatos Market in Hazelwood, Pa.

ALES: International beers feature in the Wetherspoon beer and cider festival ALES: International Beers Feature In The Wetherspoon Beer And Cider Festival

WETHERSPOON pubs in Worcester, Malvern and Evesham are taking part in the company's real ale and cider festival this month. Beer and cider lovers in the area will be able to sample a selection of specially chosen ales and ciders until Sunday March 25 at A 2.19 per pint.

Dairy Queen to host fourth annual 'Free Cone Day' Tuesday Dairy Queen To Host Fourth Annual 'Free Cone Day' Tuesday

All non-mall locations in the United States will be giving away free small vanilla ice cream cones to celebrate the start of Spring, and to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

Attention apartment dwellers: the secret to small space gardening Attention Apartment Dwellers: The Secret To Small Space Gardening

Master gardener Brian Minter says there's a wide variety of berries that do well when planted this time of year. The first day of spring is just around the corner, and master gardener Brian Minter says it's the perfect time of year to start growing small fruits.

Taste of Ireland in Santa Paula Taste Of Ireland In Santa Paula

Garmans offers a variety of Irish fusion dishes as well as American dishes, including a grilled portobello mushroom and veggie sandwich on a ciabatta roll, onion rings and sweet potato fries. It was two hours before taking the stage for the first time ever that I decided I'd have two imperial pints to calm my nerves, and Garman's Pub was the obvious choice to fulfill my dreams.

Global vanilla prices squeeze margins for ice cream, cupcake makers Global Vanilla Prices Squeeze Margins For Ice Cream, Cupcake Makers

Prepare to shell out a little more for the sweet treats of spring and summer as a global surge in the price of vanilla makes its impact at some small-batch ice cream shops and neighbourhood bakeries. The cost of the foodie staple has been on the rise for years, but is now starting to really be felt on retail shelves and mom-and-pop eateries that pride themselves on natural ingredients, say observers.

How to Make Luscious Cream Pies How To Make Luscious Cream Pies

Who can resist the old-fashioned deliciousness of a silky cream pie? I've been eyeballing the cream pies displayed in the glass enclosures at diners for as long as I can remember . There they sit, tempting me with whipped cream piled a mile high on top of thick layers of pudding.

If you savor scallops, good news: Price drop may be in store If You Savor Scallops, Good News: Price Drop May Be In Store

In this Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, file photo, scallop meat is shucked at sea off Harpswell, Maine.

Mindful eating: 5 ways millennials are driving healthier diets Mindful Eating: 5 Ways Millennials Are Driving Healthier Diets

As millennials become more conscious of how their diets affect their daily well-being, they're driving demand across all generations for greater transparency in the food supply chain.

I Turned My Favorite Breakfast Taco Into a Cheesy Big-Batch Casserole and the Results Are Insane I Turned My Favorite Breakfast Taco Into A Cheesy Big-Batch Casserole And The Results Are Insane

Layering corn tortillas, potato wedges, soft scrambled eggs, and more than a pound of cheese makes for a mouthwatering brunch casserole that's re-defines the taco. I eat a breakfast taco almost every weekend.

Where to Eat Hot Wings in D.C. Where To Eat Hot Wings In D.C.

While D.C. chefs have been known to spike chicken wings with everything from Old Bay seasoning to creme fraiche sauce, for many the classic hot wing still reigns supreme. For those in search of a pulse-quickening snack, here are several destination bars and restaurants serving spicy, saucy wings around town.

Gardening: Spring brings new blooms along with fresh excitement Gardening: Spring Brings New Blooms Along With Fresh Excitement

The sages taught that whenever you see a beautiful tree , you should bless God for having created it. This instruction was recorded nearly 2,000 years ago in the Babylonian Talmud , a text that was compiled in Sura, a city that exists today in southern Iraq.

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