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Food And Beverage

Hey, Let’s Grab a Beer…

September 2, 2012

When President Barack Obama became the first person of color to hold the title “Most Powerful Man In the World”, a lot of folks thought that this meant that we as a nation would never have to discuss one thing ever again: Race.

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The hottest restaurant trends and how they get their sizzle

August 17, 2012

You don’t have to be a “foodie” to be aware of restaurant trends. When a particular ingredient or style of preparation is “hot,” it will show up on the menus of everything from chain restaurants to fine-dining establishments. So what’s hot right now in restaurant trends? And how do those trends evolve?

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Stay Hungry

August 13, 2012

From the chicken wings at Diemer’s, the Reuben sandwiches at Hershel’s East Side Deli to the apple dumplings from the Dutch Eating Place to the Frozen peach lemonade at Basset’s Ice Cream, the Reading Terminal Market is one of those places where if its food, you can find it.

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When parties move outdoors, try these simple ideas

August 8, 2012

Sit back and relax this summer with family, friends and great food at your next backyard barbecue. No matter who or how many guests, you’ll want to create a memorable gathering that keeps people talking. Plan your next summer celebration with these no-fuss party ideas.

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How cheese can take your grilling from average to amazing

July 15, 2012

The sun is shining and the smell of charcoal is in the air – it’s officially grilling season. Eighty-five percent of consumers will take to the tongs for some outdoor grilling this summer, according to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association. So what’s on the menu?

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Creating super summer snacks with grapes is a breeze

July 8, 2012

Early summer marks the beginning of the California grape season. These bite-size treats are the perfect snack – crisp, sweet and only 90 calories per 3/4 cup serving. Grapes are also very juicy, making them a welcome source of hydration as outdoor activities and temperatures increase.

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How to make your salad the life of the summer party

June 24, 2012

As summer approaches, you’re more inclined to opt for fresher foods and simpler meals. But lighter fare doesn’t mean a boring bed of lettuce. There are plenty of delicious ways to get creative with your leafy greens, making your salad the star of the cookout.

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Ten secrets for grilling perfection

June 10, 2012

From the way the charcoal briquettes are arranged to finding that perfect set of tongs, every home grilling expert has his or her secrets. For many, grilling goes beyond just a practical warm-weather cooking method and it becomes more of an art form.

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