Tag: Food

Hot And Healthy Meals For Cold Days

While we might not be seeing any cold like we had a few weeks ago again this winter, it’s not exactly going to be warm. So if you’re looking to warm up on the inside you might like to indulge

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Chicago Restaurant Owner Buys Out Street Vendors Stock Because Of Cold – GNSOTD Thur, Feb. 11th 2021

The North East of the United States often sees cold snaps in winter. When it is sitting at -12 in Chicago and you can see your breath in the air, you have to feel for those who are stuck outside.

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The Comfort Foods That Got Each State Through 2020

Comfort food is generally a matter of personal preference, but it turns out there are some interesting regional trends across the U.S. Lighting retailer e-conolight released a report this month breaking down the favorite comfort foods by state, based on

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Girl’s Virtual Lemonade Stand A Huge Success – GNSOTD Mon, Jan. 25th 2021

In Madison, Wisconsin, a young lady by the name of Morgan Marsh McGlone wanted to help people over the summer. She started a virtual lemonade stand last spring to raise money for a local food charity that lets people pay what

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Northern Indiana Food Bank Helped Record Number Of People Last Year – GNSOTD Wed, Jan. 20th 2021

Food Banks last year were inundated with record setting numbers of requests for help as people struggled in a world where they suddenly had their financial situations rocked. We learned quickly how close to loss we all truly are, and

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Medicine Hat Man’s Idea Help Restaurants And Food Bank – GNSOTD Mon, Jan. 11th 2021

Torrey Mattson, a realtor from Medicine Hat, Alberta, found himself at home when everything closed due to pandemic, looking at the situation with an idea forming. “I kind of walked like a zombie around my house, and my wife was wondering, ‘What’s

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Fast Food Stall Unearthed At Pompeii

A 2,000-year-old fast-food stall unearthed from the ash of Pompeii has given researchers new clues about the snacking habits of the ancient Romans. The ornate snack bar counter, called a thermopolium, decorated with polychrome patterns and frozen by volcanic ash,

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A Pair Of Tow-Truck Operators Opened A 24-hour Centre For Homeless People – GNSOTD Mon, Dec. 21st 2020

Last March, when the pandemic had just begun, the City of North Bay closed its only warming centre out of fear that the virus would spread among the local homeless population. That night the temperature dropped to -20. It left

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Lamb, Wine, And Cheese Consumption Slows Cognitive Decline – Study Says

In the battle against Alzheimer’s disease, cheese and red wine may be two of our biggest allies. That’s according to a study led by researchers at Iowa State University and published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. These researchers looked at “how diet is

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Charcuterie Wreaths

There has been a bit of a switch away from traditional holiday treats and decorations to one with more cheese and meats. Charcuterie is the hot new trend and recently someone came up with a new way of enjoying these

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