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There is no doubt that food is a solution to some of our problems, and if you love food and dining with your partner, then this might spark your attention. Many U.S. cities have different food cultures, but when it comes to affordability, best specials, and dishes, these top destinations mig…

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Few relationships areas special as a bond between a mother and her child. There is often so much laughter, so much love and so many good times spent around food and family over the years.

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CULINARY.NET Easter is about coming together with loved ones, enjoying beautiful spring weather and eating your family’s favorite foods. The kids will be playing, adults will be chatting, and all will be patiently waiting for the table to be set. If you’re visiting and making memories with f…

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Mug cake is sweet and simple CULINARY.NET On the most romantic day of the year, a day full of flowers, love and sweets, Valentine’s Day is the ultimate opportunity to try a different dessert meant for two. It’s hard to resist a perfectly blended, rose-red, luscious Red Velvet Mug Cake. It’s …

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FROM FAMILY FEATURES Holiday festivities with immediate family members or just a few friends rather than larger gatherings may feel different than normal, but you can make the most of the situation with these tips to add intimacy and special meaning to celebratory moments: Use special dishes…

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BY SUSAN SELASKY DETROIT FREE PRESS/TNS Intense and fierce storms bring heavy winds and rains and can knock out power for many people. That means refrigerators and freezers full of food not being powered by a generator are not working. It also brings on food safety issues and plenty of food …

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BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES With more than 60 sites in 14 municipalities across Volusia County participating in a summer food program, there are plenty of places available now for local children in need to get free meals. The program, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, runs th…

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BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Hundreds of people flocked to Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard (historically Second Avenue) in the heart of Daytona’s Black community for a day of seafood, culture, music, fun and more at the Crab & Seafood Festival on May 18. The event brought 30 vendors bot…

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Food and fun awaits at the Daytona Crab & Seafood Festival on Saturday, May 18. This family-friendly event is from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard between Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard and Charles Street and a portion of Walnut Street. Entertainment will includ…

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Halifax Health to present “Eat A Rainbow, a program presented during Colon Health Awareness Month event. Attendees will learn to cook a rainbow of colorful vegetables and fruits.  Eating a healthy diet can improve your health and reduce your risk of cancer, including colon cancer. It will be…

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DAYTONA BEACH – The annual “A Taste of Allen Food Feast” will be held March 23 in the parking lot of the Allen Chapel AME Church, 580 George W. Engram Blvd., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (rain or shine). The cost is $12, which will allow people to sample the varied menu that includes […]

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BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Food trucks are appearing on Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard (MMB), a street that runs through the heart of Daytona’s Black community and the Midtown Redevelopment area. MMB, formerly Second Avenue, also houses many Black-owned businesses, including eateries. Th…

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