Opinion: Food to Power seeks to foster a fair food system in the South East | Opinion

Erin taylor First of all, an introduction. This is the first Food to Power recipe column on the Southeast Express and we are so excited to be here. Based in the Hillside neighborhood, Food to Power was once known as Colorado Springs Food Rescue. Since 2015, we have been moving …

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Applications open for the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame 2022

Applications are open until October 31 for the 2022 Arkansas Food Hall of Fame of the Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism, honoring the state’s culinary heritage. Department Secretary Stacy Hurst reports that the department has received more than 2,000 nominations representing all 75 counties for the 2020 honors, in …

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MicroRNA-501-3p inhibits proliferation of kidney cancer cells by targeting WTAP

This article was originally published here Cancer Med. September 30, 2021. doi: 10.1002 / cam4.4157. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: New evidence suggests that miR-501-3p plays an important role in the pathogenesis and progression of various carcinomas. However, its role and the underlying mechanisms in renal cell carcinoma (RCC) …

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FRIDAY FLAVOR: My mom’s kitchen

A Norfolk restaurant on Shore Drive creates great flavors, but the owner’s heart is even bigger. NORFOLK, Virginia – Motier Stevenson has always loved to cook. It reminds him of his childhood, sitting in his mother’s kitchen. “My mother’s cooking brings back so many fond memories to me,” Stevenson said. …

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Harvest season rituals date back thousands of years

The scents of autumn always evoke the most powerful emotions for me. The smell of a roaring wood-burning stove floating in the air, the damp earth and the freshness of the autumn dew, and my favorite: the aroma of tomatoes mixed and cooked in a delicious sauce. Fall food preservation …

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Tyson Foods Achieves 91% Immunization Rate After In Office

This month, Mr Biden called on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to order large employers to make vaccination against the coronavirus mandatory. Tyson expects that when OSHA outlines more details and a timeline for mandates, which could take weeks, more companies will announce vaccine requirements. When this happens, options …

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Valerie Bertinelli’s Garlic Bread Recipe Uses 1 Kitchen Gadget For An Easy Shortcut

Celebrity chef Valerie Bertinelli’s garlic bread is about as simple as it gets. The Food Network star often uses shortcuts in the kitchen, and her no-frills garlic bread is no exception. Bertinelli uses a kitchen gadget to aid in the cooking process. Valérie Bertinelli’s garlic bread is ready in 20 …

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Harvesting from the garden of the governor’s residence benefits the LEAF project

Nearly 500 pounds of produce donated to Landisburg Youth Farming Program The First Lady of Pennsylvania Frances Wolf is proud to share that the harvest from the garden of the governor’s residence was donated to Landisburg’s LEAF project, a regional organization that cultivates youth leadership through meaningful work in the …

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New ways of preparing food are coming, but will consumers bite?

October 2, 2021 WHAT FOR having dinner? The answer counts, at all levels. Food connects people to the planetary. Agriculture uses half of the world’s habitable land and accounts for over 30% of global emissions. Food production links the great biogeochemical cycles of carbon and nitrogen, both globally and also …

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Chef Maynard launched Thyme by Kathleen, a personal chef company

As a chef and chef at Fowler School, Kathleen Currier prepares meals for 300 children every day. Now, the Maynard resident hopes to take that experience for her own business – Thyme by Kathleen, a personal chef service. Currier, who says she plans to continue her work at the Fowler …

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