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  1. Last chance for Heyshott bonfire spectacularRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Midhurst and Petworth

    ... ion from Hoyle Lane and a fireworks display at 8pm. The Unicorn Inn, although closed, will be offering drinks and roast pork baps. Hot dogs will also be for sale and there will be a Punch and Judy show.

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  2. Picture Gallery: Food champions Scotts Field Pork and Icarus Hines...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    ... a legacy of the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival. The EDP Norfolk Food and Drink Awards brought success for Scotts Field Pork, whose herd of rare-breed, free-range Large Black pigs at Oxborough, near Swaffham, won the Field to Fork category. ...

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  3. Feeding Vancouver's insatiable appetite for Neapolitan-style pizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    ... mozzarella and Danish fontina has the heft needed to match such full-flavoured toppings as double-smoked bacon and pork crackling, spicy chorizo and raw jalapeno or house-baked ham and fresh pineapple. On a short list of side dishes, you'll find ...

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  4. Mary's Kitchen: Move over Ezell's, there's a new head chicken in townRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    ... where each). They're served with coleslaw on the sandwich and a side of potato salad. Chicken and Asian-style pork ribs come in lunch-sized portions, served with cornbread and choice of one side-dish: Cajun fries, coleslaw, potato salad, spicy mac ...

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  5. ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen: Add a flavourful chutney to your supper tableRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Canada.com

    ... layered. For a couple of other options, we've included recipes for Apple Chutney with Thyme, a lovely side with roast pork, and Winter Peach Chutney, which works with turkey, chicken, pork or ham. Unlike many store-bought varieties that can keep for ...

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  6. Analyst warns of long-term damage of PED, COOLRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Western Producer

    ... labelling (COOL) for American farmers, says economist Al Mussell. But a general shrinking of demand for pork is the long-term consequence that helps nobody in the North American hog industry, including those who pushed for COOL. "Markets continue to ...

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  7. Vote for the Next Faces of Farming and RanchingRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Pork Checkoff

    It's time to cast your vote for the next Faces of Farming and Ranching, and two pork producers are in the running. From Oct. 24 through Nov. 2, visit the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance Facebook page to learn more about each of the finalists and the work they do, including short videos highlighting their farms and ranches.

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  8. Venezuelan Arepas Gain Foodie Fans at Forest Hills EateryRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | DNAinfo.com

    The popular South American street snack, made of corn dough filled with anything from pork to sweet plantains, is winning fans in the neighborhood, according to the owners of TuArepa Pizza Cafe , which began serving arepas earlier this year. "It took some time to get recognized, but now people really like them," said Ysabel Chang, who co-owns the restaurant with her sister Elena and her sister's husband, Francisco Duran.

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  9. Grocery bill increases 2 percent as beef and pork prices riseRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Virginia Farm Bureau

    National food prices rose about 2 percent from a year ago, according to a quarterly survey conducted by the American Farm Bureau Federation . Leading the trend are beef and pork prices, as sirloin tip roasts, ground chuck, sliced deli ham and bacon prices all rose 9 percent or more in that time period.

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  10. Employment: Commission proposes a 918,000 from Globalisation Fund to ...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    The European Commission has proposed to provide France with a 918,000 from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund to help 760 former workers of GAD, an enterprise which slaughters pigs and processes pork. The proposal now goes to the European Parliament and the EU's Council of Ministers for approval.

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  11. The Chaos Theory Behind Anita Lo's Perfect PlatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Serious Eats

    A typical restaurant would serve a pork chop with little embellishment - there may be some braised greens underneath, but the star of the plate is the giant hunk of meat, brandishing dark grill marks and a protruding bone-cum-handle. It's a classic presentation that appeals to our primitive appetite for flame-cooked meats .

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  12. Mary’s Kitchen: Move over Ezell’s,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seattle Times

    ... best meal values in a neighborhood where $10 food-truck sandwiches are the norm. The menu: Sandwiches include pulled pork, baked brisket, portobello mushroom and Cajun meatloaf ($8.50 each). They're served with coleslaw on the sandwich and a side of ...

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  13. Foodies: Bacon, mead and three other events you won't want to missRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NJ.com

    ... will pair the following with seasonal meads from Colony Meadery: NYC restaurateur Harold Moore will headline the Pork and Oyster Dressing Dinner on Nov. 1 at Spruce Run Evangelical Zion Lutheran Church in Lebanon Township. Moore, who has appeared on ...

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  14. Done with turkey at Thanksgiving? Try roasted pigRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    ... it's all about the intoxicating smell of roasted meat wafting through the house, and nothing smells as good as roast pork! And I can't think of a better meat to go with the traditional sides of sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and dressing (except ...

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  15. Coronavirus found in Alta. hog facilityRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Western Producer

    A positive test for swine delta coronavirus at an Alberta hog handling facility is "a shot across the bow" for pork producers, says Alberta Pork president Frank Novak.a The often-deadly hog virus was confirmed last week at an unnamed high-traffic pig site, but as of Oct. 20 there were no sick pigs or evidence of herd infection in Alberta.a SDCV is in the same family as the deadly porcine epidemic diarrhea virus that has infected 69 hog facilities in Canada and killed millions of piglets in the United States since May 2013.a "The problem is people either get tired or they get complacent or both, and the reality is, that bug's going to be around for multiple years, probably, and we just absolutely cannot afford to drop our guard," said Novak.a The positive environmental test, one of thousands conducted by Alberta Agriculture and Alberta Pork each month, is the ... (more)

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  16. How to satisfy your appetite for meat without ruining the planetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Raw Story

    ... Christopher Leonard found that in the United States today, a large hog producer with 5,000 pigs can raise a pound of pork with 28% less feed and 70% less human labor than a smaller producer with only 500 pigs. In developing countries, however, ...

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  17. Bottle Bone butcher shop and deli opens today in Birmingham's Uptown entertainment districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Alabama Live

    At the new Bottle & Bone butcher shop and deli that opens today in Birmingham's Uptown entertainment district, guests may find everything from North Alabama Wagyu beef and Fudge Family Farms pork to Dr Pepper-brined chicken salad and a house-made hot dog with Good People Brown Ale mustard. Coming soon will be a selection of about 350 craft beers -- including 100 or so Alabama brews -- and more than 70 wines.

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  18. Domenica spinoff forges its own identity in N.O.Read the original story

    Thursday | The Advocate

    ... sharp, broad-leaf Italian arugula, to some distinctive house specialties. The top of this list for me is the smoked pork ($15), with its aromatic, crisp edges nestled between sharp chiles and bright-tasting, oily salsa verde on a bed of mozzarella. ...

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  19. Generations at 5 Points a go-to Sunday brunch spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    ... own split biscuit - is quite shareable. One for you, one for me. So is the hearty smokehouse panino ($8): bacon, pulled pork, smoked Gouda, chipotle mayonnaise and pickles pressed between a large ciabatta roll, served with plenty of fried potatoes. ...

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  20. Mallard Creek BBQ kicks off 85th year of pork, politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WBTV

    ... they'd run out at all sounds remarkable when volunteers talk about the amount they've made. Almost 15,000 pounds of pork, 2500 gallons of Brunswick stew, and two tons of cole slaw. The church says the event started 85 years ago in the Great ...

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