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  1. Helpful HintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Arkansas Online

    DEAR HELOISE: We have three children and like to take short trips with them. To save money and curb early morning crankiness, here is what we do: We use a rolling ice chest as a piece of luggage.

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  2. New Station Park Restaurant Serves Up Homemade Fruit CobblersRead the original story

    Thursday | Utah Business

    ... the community, Kimball said. Each of Cobbler Cove's fruit cobblers are made fresh daily, and most are made with fresh fruits. Kimball said he tries to source most of the fruit locally before turning to national and international options. Cobbler ...

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  3. Lab still studying poisoned Roy Hill fruitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    A Perth laboratory is still trying to work out how cyanide got into a kiwifruit served at a mine site in WA's Pilbara region. A worker at the Roy Hill mine noticed a bad taste when he bit into the fruit on Monday, and also saw it was discoloured.

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  4. USDA: Strawberry Consumption Continues To GrowRead the original story

    Thursday | Agri Marketing

    USDA: STRAWBERRY CONSUMPTION CONTINUES TO GROW Dec. 19, 2014 Economic Research Service reports: U.S. per capita strawberry use has generally trended higher since 1980, and the current production forecast supports the outlook for continued growth in 2014. Per capita use of fresh strawberries is expanding the fastest, reaching a record 7.9 pounds in 2013, in response to greater awareness of the importance of healthy diets, increased year-round availability through domestic production and imports, and adoption of improved varieties.

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  5. Ten last-minute Christmas ideasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | West Australian

    ... also write your guests' names on them in chocolate or icing and use as place settings." "With all of the delicious fruits that are in season, it's a great time to make homemade chutney," Mr Murphy said. "When presented in preserve jars, such as the ...

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  6. Foraging in Asheville serves up real a finda diningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Miami Herald

    The FAQ section on Alan Muskat's No Taste Like Home Web site addresses 50-plus questions that potential participants in his wild-food foraging tours might pose. But it failed to answer my only question: How do you distinguish between a wild mushroom that's merely delicious and one that could land you in a dialysis clinic? Or, in Muskat's parlance: When is a wild food edible and unforgettable vs. edible and regrettable? Call me cautious, but that's my No.

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  7. 8 Ways to 'Green' Your KitchenRead the original story

    Thursday | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    ... from what is grown near you stay in your community. Check out your local farmer's market for the best just-picked fruits and vegetables of the season, and select produce that was grown using organic methods to compound the eco-benefits. Buy large ...

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  8. 6 simple steps to health that you can start nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsTarget.com

    We are quickly approaching New Year's Day and the annual accounting that accompanies it. Did you keep your New Year's resolutions last year? The year before? Most of the time, resolutions focus on health issues.

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  9. ANKARA: Who Let The Dogs Out?Read the original story

    Thursday | Groong

    WHO LET THE DOGS OUT? Today's Zaman, Turkey Dec 18 2014 by GUNAL KURÅ~^UN December 18, 2014, Thursday There is an anecdote told by some old grandfathers in Turkey who are rare because they are not very nationalistic. Three good friends -- a Turk, a Kurd and an Armenian -- were walking near a garden.

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  10. Michael's Best Gourmet Ice Cream expresses Lowes Foods' dedication to buy local, buy freshRead the original story

    Thursday | PR Log

    ... passion and distinct palate to combine the freshest cream from a local dairy farm, highest quality nuts and fruits, and selected natural ingredients to create unique tastes. "Each flavor is churned in small batches to ensure excellence that will ...

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  11. Hints from Heloise: Breakfast in hotel room calms crankiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Erie Times News

    Dear Heloise: We have three children and like to take short trips with them. To save money and curb early morning crankiness, here is what we do: We use a rolling ice chest as a piece of luggage.

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  12. Sense of Christmas takes over Nose Creek Valley MuseumRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Airdrie City View

    This year, the Nose Creek Valley Museum opted out of its yearly Christmas teddy bear festival for a new exhibit, Sense of Christmas, running until mid-January 2015. 'It was time for something new, something that embodies Christmas and the spirit of the holidays,' said Laurie Harvey, curator at the museum.

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  13. MarketBasket: Handmade trivets crafted from traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Philly.com

    Local artist Matthew Price is carrying on the fine woodworking tradition of his ancestor, John Alden, who came over on the Mayflower as the ship's carpenter and built a life here as a woodworker. This trivet, made from upcycled salvaged wood and laser cut into its weave pattern, is part of his collection of handmade objects.

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  14. Rare, gorgeous bronzy spirits to really warm up the giftingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Philly.com

    It's not as if I need an excuse to buy a great bottle of brown liquor. But the holidays are an especially perfect time to indulge the gifting spirits.

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  15. Saturn Transits Sagittarius: A Planetary Passion Play, Part IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Examiner.com

    I have the time so I will sing yeah I'm just a boy but I will win yeah I've traveled and unwound my own truth yeah I've laid my head on the rock of youth yeah In order to yield the most growth from a plant, tree, or any other kind of vegetation, every competent gardener knows the act of pruning must take place. Among blossom and fruit bearing trees in particular, pruning is perceived by the non-gardening populace to be too severe or extreme.

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  16. Tacos are a delicious way to use leftoversRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Cape Cod Times

    ... pork and calls for a topping of Pico de Gallo - a relish of sorts made with finely chopped fresh onions, cilantro, fruits (mango), bell peppers or hot peppers. Don't feel like making the Pico de Gallo? Top the tacos with any favorite chunky salsa. ...

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  17. My, Oh My, It's Apple Rustic PieRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2012 | The Star Online

    We've found the perfect pie. It has four pounds of tart apples, more than any pie we saw on the web.

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  18. Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression: StudyRead the original story

    Thursday | Newkerala.com

    Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression, especially in middle-aged women, according to a study published Thursday by Australian scientists. The study, in which some 6,000 people participated, showed that fruit has anti-inflammatory properties that help increase the chemicals linked to the production of sensations of well-being in the body and the mind.

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  19. Morgan County has history of changing Christmas traditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Fort Morgan Times

    ... St. Lucia. ( Ruth Tryon / Courtesy image ) Pioneers who kept diaries wrote of mothers hiding food, especially dried fruits and nuts, so that the Christmas "feast" would be more festive. Since there were so few trees on the prairies of northeast ...

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  20. Perth Zoo gets a beary merry ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    Like a small child under the tree, Bopha the sun bear rips into her Christmas gift with her powerful claws and jaw to reveal a box of puffed oats and honey. The animals at Perth Zoo don't know its Christmas, but keepers have treated them to their favourite food as part of the zoo's enrichment program, which stimulates the animals' foraging and hunting instincts.

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