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  1. Denver's Ten Best SteakhousesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    ... dignified space, you feel like you're part of a very secret club: the royal order of carnivores. This steakhouse serves food fit for a king, in king-sized portions. Order the town's best martini, and ask your smooth, practiced server to roll out the ...


  2. Kris Smith takes a punt on traditional Anzac Day game after attending dawn serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'I'm a woman': Tearful Bruce Jenner reveals he considered suicide while transitioning to his 'true self' in Diane Sawyer interview which will be his last as a man Inside Bruce Jenner's new life as a woman: Reality star shows Diane Sawyer the little black dress in secret closet of women's clothing and reveals plans for 'glam room' Kris Jenner DID know about Bruce Jenner's transition attempt during 1980s: Olympian confessed to wife because he could no longer hide his 36B breasts 'Kim caught me in a dress... and Kendall and Kylie did too': Bruce Jenner reveals his children kept 'family secret' and shares touching story of how Kanye West help wife accept transition Furious Kris Jenner hits out at Diane Sawyer for claiming she did not provide a comment on Bruce - and insists he is her 'hero' Husband and wife whose two dogs mauled father-of-three jogger to death as he begged for help could be ... (more)


  3. How french fries may help you recover after a workoutRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Fox News

    Fast-food lovers everywhere are celebrating! Researchers at the University of Montana released a small study that showed there was no difference in blood glucose, insulin response, and glycogen recovery between cyclists who ate a small portion of fast food after a workout versus those who consumed a sports-recovery product like Gatorade or energy bars. But before you run out and place a super-sized order, let's take a closer look at the results.


  4. Cambridge News published The Clarendon Arms, Cambridge: restaurant reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    In the holiday spirit, Jude Clarke treats the family to a feast of brilliant bistro-style food in a traditional pub setting at The Clarendon Arms in Cambridge. We were feeling a bit 'demob-happy' one Thursday evening recently.


  5. Regional BriefsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune

    "Hillary has dedicated her life to public service and the fight for everyday Americans. Having served with her in the Senate, I know she has always been a strong advocate for the middle class, and I'm confident she will work tirelessly to ensure that Pennsylvania families have the chance to get ahead and stay ahead," Mr. Casey said.


  6. Community briefsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Animal Advocates is having a cat adoption event from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at their low-cost spay/neuter clinic, 606 State Road, Dartmouth. All cats up for adoption are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, have tested negative for Feline Leukemia and have received a veterinary health examination.


  7. Get involved with this year's Altrincham French FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers

    Visitors enjoy all things French at last year's festival in Altrincham, which organisers say attracted more than 3,000 people Visitors enjoy all things French at last year's festival in Altrincham, which organisers say attracted more than 3,000 people Visitors enjoy all things French at last year's festival in Altrincham, which organisers say attracted more than 3,000 people ALTRINCHAM'S French Festival returns this year with a two day celebration featuring food, drink, and fireworks that promises to be magnifique. Now in its third year, the festival will take place on Saturday, July 11 and Sunday July 12, the weekend before Bastille Day.


  8. Richard G. 'Dick' MorganRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Join us for great food and art! Rosemary creates abstract fiber art in a painterly style, at times layering translucent fabrics creating value transitions.


  9. Sarah Littlewood and a giant chilli set the flavour at EastnorRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bromsgrove Advertiser

    NO MATTER what the weather there will be plenty of heat at Eastnor Castle , near Ledbury, over the May Bank Holiday Weekend. The castle is hosting its fourth Chilli Festival on Sunday May 3 and Monday May 4 and visitors can browse more than 50 stalls and enjoy entertainment or the hottest nature.


  10. Savouring Savour Food and Wine 2015Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Telegram

    Savour Food and Wine, the annual shindig featuring local restaurant food and wines, is evolving. What it will eventually look like is really up to the industry, specifically the members of the Restaurant Association of Newfoundland and Labrador.


  11. Judice's new Bridge City spot delights with Cajun classicsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Judice's Cajun CafA , a sister establishment to Judice's French Market in Port Arthur, is pumping out Cajun creations from boiled crawfish to boudin omelettes in Bridge City.


  12. Connecticut electrician to appear in 'Shark Tank' episodeRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Four years ago, Greg Myerson received a form from ABC's "Shark Tank." Thinking nothing of it, he left it on his kitchen table, where it stayed until a friend urged him to fill it out.


  13. Grab a pair of hiking bootsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | This Is Grimsby

    WITH 128 walks organised for this year's event, the 11th Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival is all set to be the biggest of them all! After last year's launch at a newly refurbished Healing Manor, this year, the festival will launch at Welton le Wold Quarry, near Louth. A whole host of walks and activities have been planned at this special site of scientific interest, including digging in an archaeological sand pit and meeting the aptly dressed history experts! The Lincolnshire Wolds achieved Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status 41 years ago.


  14. Laneway gardens upset neighboursRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    ... razor gang is considering ending a perk that allows employees of not-for-profit organisations to avoid paying tax on food, alcohol, holidays, cruises, weddings and corporate boxes. A BRITISH boy aged just 14 will stand trial by September for his ...


  15. Taste of Home Cooking School to host spring cooking demonstrations in Eaton, GilcrestRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Windsor Now

    Taste of Home's Culinary Specialist Kristi Larson presents a plate of food during a Taste of Home Cooking School event. Larson will be in Eaton for an event on Thursday and in Gilcrest for an event on May 2. The Taste of Home Cooking School demonstration is looking for five assistants for each show to prepare food with Culinary Specialist Kristi Larson.


  16. Store type and demographic influence on the availability and price of ...Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | CiteULike

    ... Florida. We analyzed the price and availability of foods defined by the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans as "food groups to encourage." We used descriptive statistics, t tests, analysis of variance, and I (2) tests in the analysis. Measures of ...


  17. Lakes Sports therapist will help runners run ten marathons in ten daysRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

    A SOUTH Lakes man whose career has seen him help the world's sporting elite make history is helping 15 ordinary people with an extraordinary challenge this May. Sports therapist Adam Smith has provided strength and conditioning training to an array of super star athletes, backed by millions of pounds of sponsorship and support. They include the England and Australian Rugby Teams, Commonwealth and Olympic athletes, and the World's Strongest Man competitors.


  18. News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EDTRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Tammy Stewart makes about $1,600 a month and it goes quickly: a mortgage and a car, insurance, utilities and student loans. "That little bit of increase is a loaf of bread, a gallon of milk, maybe a jar of peanut butter," she told the Kentucky Public Service Commission last month.


  19. Three wines perfect to enjoy with a Bank Holiday barbecueRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | York Press

    STAR Wars fans will be pleased to note that the upcoming Bank Holiday falls on May 4. As will lovers of puns. I wouldn't be Solo as to include any wordplay here of course; not unless you force me.


  20. Ploughing into a lunch with traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | York Press

    GAVIN AITCHISON sings the praises of the ploughman's lunch and finds an impressive serving at a pub in Sledmere. Those in the know would cite Pierce The Ploughman's Crede, a 14th-century poem that refers to its ingredients, or tell you about the Scottish ploughmen who sued their landlord in 1891 for daring to give them a lunch other than the obligatory cheese, bread and beer to which they were accustomed.