Food

Favorite Food Show | Fort Scott Biz

4-H Favorite Food Show Participants with their prices. In the back row photo (left to right) are Carly Kramer, Jenni Armstrong and Henry Kramer. In the front row are Kason Botts and Carly Taylor. The District of Southwind recently hosted the 4-H Favorite Food Show on June 5 at Moran …

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New Food Festival Brings National Food Stars to Houston

A massive new food festival is coming to Houston this summer. The eyes of the culinary world will be on Houston from August 21 to September 5 when Commune takes over the Heights House hotel. Organized by the Community of independent chefs, a Texas-based group known for their collaborative multi-course …

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Filipino food truck vandalized with anti-Asian graffiti returns to service thanks to Utah Jazz player Jordan Clarkson

Utah Jazz Player Jordan Clarkson provided an assist after a Filipino food truck was vandalized with anti-Asian graffiti. The Guardian has teamed up with the Identity Graphx vehicle wrap store to get the world famous Yum Yum food truck back on the road, reports CBS affiliate KUTV-TV. The owners of …

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Military families can receive food, meals on Saturdays at Fort. Bragg region

To address food insecurity among military families in the Fort Bragg area, the Military Family Advisory Network will host a third food distribution event on Saturday, according to a press release. The organization aims to help feed military families who struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic through their food aid program, …

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Food delivery workers rely on New York City Council to pass package of bills regulating delivery apps – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – New York City food deliverers, deemed essential in the pandemic, demand better working conditions, hoping city council achieves this. In solidarity, Los Deliveristas Unidos, a group of application-based delivery men, are fighting for better working conditions. READ MORE: Family members speak exclusively to CBS2 following …

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2021 senior report shows lower poverty, less food insecurity and more vaccines for Virginia

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – The report produced by the United Health Foundation is in its ninth year. Officials receive data for more than 49 different measures of health, from the environment to clinical care received. Virginia has seen lower poverty rates, less food insecurity, a low prevalence of binge drinking, …

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High Dive Food Truck Rally Benefits Gainesville Girls’ Rock Camp

With mask warrants falling apart as vaccine distribution increases, attendees’ noses were able to enjoy the tantalizing aromas of barbecue, Asian and vegan cuisine on Saturday. The Original Food Truck Rally, organized by High Dive, invited eight restaurants to present different cuisines to the people of Gainesville. The event takes …

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SWFL food ration, week of June 7

Wink Is Harry Chapan Food Bank Will be offering free meals at these locations June 7-12. Monday, June 7 10 a.m. to noonOld Bonita Library, Bonita Springs26876 Pine Avenue, Bonita Springs, Florida 34135 10 a.m. to noonFleamasters Flea Market, Fort Myers4135 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Fort Myers, Florida …

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Exit Zero Hospitality to operate the food operation of the Cape May terminal

Delaware River and Bay Authority officials announced the selection of Exit Zero Hospitality to redevelop, reposition and operate the restaurant and associated facilities located at the Cape May-Lewes ferry terminal in Cape May, New Jersey. Exit Zero Hospitality will begin operating franchise and retail operations in early June 2021. “At …

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Mobile summer pantry starts Friday | News, Sports, Jobs

PREPARATION – Browsing the Urban Mission Ministries Mobile Summer Pantry program which starts Friday at five stops in Steubenville and Wintersville and continues every Friday through August 12, Jennifer Cesta, Public Relations Coordinator for the library public. from Steubenville and Jefferson County, representing the bookmobile that will be present on …

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