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  1. DIY: 7 Valentine's Day gifts you can make for your sweetheartRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Inhabitat

    ... feel 1000 times better immediately. Does your honey have a sweet tooth? Try this simple recipe for a sweet, spicy dessert they're sure to love. Pastry dough of your choice (puff pastry or croissant pastry works best, but you can also use pie crust ...

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  2. Delicious and easy chicken casserole recipe with crunchy toppingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Examiner.com

    This chicken casserole recipe was a staple in the 70s - a comfort recipe like no other! The sauce is yummy, the chicken and rice are delicious, then top it all off with those crunchy chow mien noodles - this is pure yum! The perfect combination of chicken, sauce, and crunch. As with all casserole recipes , you can mix and match the ingredients to meet your own tastes and to use whatever ingredients you happen to have on hand.

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  3. Super Bowl: Tips for throwing a perfect partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gloucester County Times

    ... of lunch meats and cheeses. A crock pot full of meatballs with a side of Parmesan cheese is also a fun ingredient. Dessert - Easy to carry, pop-in-your-mouth goodies is best for a Super Bowl party. Football-shaped Rice Krispie treats, cookies and ...

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  4. Shout OUT: Jen MulhernRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Austin Chronicle

    Name: Jen Mulhern Status: Austin, TX homegrown ID: Lesbian Queerly Quotable: "My favorite sound is the silence in between the beats.

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  5. Chocolate Red Wine CupcakesRead the original story

    Wednesday | All Cupcakes, All The Time

    These cupcakes would be a nice dessert after a romantic dinner. Karen of Cupcake Queen made these chocolate cupcakes with red wine buttercream frosting topped with royal icing grapes.

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  6. Harvard Sweet Boutique Supports Boston Children's Hospital Patient with Free Tasting Feb. 13Read the original story

    Wednesday | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 28, 2015 - HUDSON, Mass. -- Harvard Sweet Boutique invites the public to its storefront to support Boston Children's Hospital patient Keelan Peterson during a free light lunch and dessert tasting event Friday, Feb. 13. Bakery owner and founder Sue George is running in the 2015 Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Boston Children's Hospital Miles for Miracles team.

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  7. Honey-mustard meatballs and other game day recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cape Cod Times

    They would not recognize me once the Jekyll-and-Hyde transformation takes place when I sit down to watch the Patriots play. Then I turn into a snarling, cursing , apoplectic partisan.  That's when things are going badly.

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  8. New Albany cook wins blue ribbonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newms360.com

    New Albany home cook Renae McVay's cherry-berry cake recipe has been awarded a blue ribbon at Just A Pinch Recipes, a recipe and coupon social network for home cooks. McVay's cherry-berry cake was named a blue ribbon winner by Just A Pinch Food Editor Janet Tharpe.

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  9. Super Bowl guide: Local restaurants featured on national TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Arizona Republic

    Super Bowl guide: Local restaurants featured on national TV Super Bowl visitors: Your guide to top local spots that have been featured on national TV Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1CznGyT "Sweet Julia" - Cooking Channel host Julia Baker is Phoenix's grand dame of ganache, and she has a flagship boutique at Biltmore Fashion Park. The Julia Baker Confections is part retail chocolate shop, part wine bar.

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  10. PW's Year of Beer: Captain Lawrence Smoked PorterRead the original story

    Wednesday | Philadelphia Weekly

    We love beer. That's why we're devoting an entire year to discovering cold ones from near and far.

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  11. What Should You Do with All of That Snow? Eat It, Of CourseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Patch.com

    ... are easy ways to do so. Cake Batter Snow Ice Cream : Have your cake and ice cream wrapped into one easy-to-make dessert. This blogger uses yellow cake mix for her recipe, but says you can substitute any flavor of cake you like best (funfetti ...

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  12. Analysis of snowfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Milford Mirror

    Winter arrived on Monday night, another opportunity to realize that snowstorms often find us at our most absurd. The beginning, middle, and end of snow events unveil Northeasterners for the oddballs we are.

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  13. Brooklyn federal court puts stop to fraudulent Mister Softee ice cream trucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    A Brooklyn court has ordered a Queens man to pay thousands in attorney fees and costs for defaulting on a suit alleging trademark infringement and the use of fake ice cream trucks to confuse consumers into thinking that they were enjoying Mister Softee ice cream. On Monday, federal Judge Joan Azrack found Gus Anthony Toufos in default of a 2013 action for failing to appear after being served notice of a trademark lawsuit and ordered the defendant to pay $7,337 for Mister Softee's attorneys' fees incurred for having to bring and prosecute the trademark claim and $1444.86 costs.

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  14. Firefighter makes the grade for Team CanadaRead the original story

    Wednesday | Western Wheel

    For Okotokian Chris Cederstrand it has been the vehicle for an athletic reawakening transporting him from a horrific injury to a spot on Team Canada's entry at the 2015 World Sledge Hockey Challenge in Leduc. "Sport has really turned my life around for me and I'm going to credit sledge hockey for that," said Cederstrand, an MD of Foothills volunteer firefighter.

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  15. Mar Vista Cooling Down With Sweet Lucie's Ice Cream Shop This SpringRead the original story

    Wednesday | Eater

    No need to go to Whole Foods for Sweet Lucie's delicious ice cream pints. Scoops can be purchased in-house soon.

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  16. 11 Foods That Should ALWAYS Be In Your FridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Peninsula

    ... Yogurt Health benefits: If you've had a stressful day and are feeling worried, then have some yogurt for dessert. A study conducted by researchers at Toronto University found that a probiotic bacteria found in some yogurts could help decrease ...

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  17. A model menu: Rozanna Purcell's top 'guilt free' treatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Independent.ie

    ... made by Ross Lewis in Chapter One. For the main, Kobe beef with my dad's buttery mash potato and his gravy. My dessert is actually the dessert I made on 'The Restaurant', it's a combination of donuts and custard and chocolate - you'll have to wait ...

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  18. The Bread Box Outlet to have grand opening in Federal WayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Federal Way Mirror

    Like the bread they bake in the oven, LeeAnn Miller and her husband's wholesale bakery business is also expanding -- to an outlet store. Owners of a longtime Federal Way bakery, which produces The Bread Garden, Jasmine Bakery and Brenner Brothers product, will have their grand opening of The Bread Box Outlet on Thursday, Jan. 29. The bakery outlet store will sell fresh, day old breads, pita, cookies and muffins.

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  19. For The Ladies: Frilly Underwear That Look Like CupcakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hedonistica

    Remember those animal face with ears panties made by Etsy store Knickerocker ? Well now they're back with these cupcake panties . They have frills and look like cupcakes and cost $45 a pair.

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  20. March/April 2015 RecipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cook's Illustrated

    Julia Child made the French classic red wine-based coq au vin a popular dish, but we were drawn to the rich and refined white wine version. Dense, doughy slabs of thick-crust pizza are all too familiar-and forgettable.

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