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3 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Yeah, Mother's Day is just about two weeks away on May 11, 2014 and it's time to start planning how to make Mom feel special this year.
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8 hrs ago | BlogTO
This bakery and cafe located near Eglinton and Avenue does it all. In addition to breads, cakes, pies, squares, cookies and muffins that draw rave reviews from locals, it does a brisk business in lunches, including ready-made soups, stews, and a well-stocked salad bar - all within a homey, whimsical atmosphere.
12 hrs ago | GPB.org
Leave it to San Francisco to turn one of the simplest and cheapest dishes into the trendy snack du jour.
16 hrs ago | The Island Packet
The entire family was here recently, 14 in all including six crumb-crunchers under the age of 5. We had a joint birthday party for two of the grands with pink princess cupcakes and chocolate train cupcakes.
20 hrs ago | Marshfield News-Herald
Ruth Elderbrook makes chocolate chip bars, while her husband, Gary, left, helps in the commercial kitchen at their home in Marshfield.
Two Boulder brothers saw a hole in a local industry and have sought to fill it with some dough and double entendres.
LongHorn Steakhouse is a popular destination for delicious steaks at a value where the entire family can enjoy these tender, juicy morsels.
Her biggest guilty pleasure: French fries. "How would you appreciate vegetables if you never had chocolate?" she asked.
Nothing beats the aroma of freshly baked bread permeating the room. It is comforting, uplifting, and tends to immediately activate the saliva glands! For most people, walking into a local bakery brings fond memories of childhood and the anticipation of knowing you will be partaking of something delicious very soon.
A heartbroken dog owner whose pet died suddenly after a suspected poisoning is warning other owners in Rugby to be on their guard.
A long-awaited Easter is almost here, so venture down the home stretch with a few of our favorite blogger-inspired sweet treats.
Ray "Pete" Peterman joined the Blue Grotto staff after closing his own 39th Street restaurant, Peanches, last year.
Theano Peros, 89, picked out a dozen eggs to take home after she and the Women of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral dyed more than 1,200 of them to be sold or handed out to worshipers on Easter Sunday.
A granola bar here, a cheese sandwich there - the lunches given to prisoners in Ontario courthouses don't provide nearly enough nutrition to allow them to properly defend themselves, some lawyers say.
The students visited the building and painted an array of sporty "Looney Tunes" characters on the walls inside the entryway.
Sarah Singley of Colerain picks up bread at the Healing Center in Springdale. "A single working mom can't do it all," she said.