Dessert Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Ben & Jerry's Joins Fight to Protect Vermont Law Requiring...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Common Dreams

    Ben & Jerry's joins other Vermont businesses and consumer groups in defending Vermont's new labeling requirements for genetically engineered foods - one of the first such labeling laws in the country - against a federal court challenge brought by the food industry. The groups submitted a brief yesterday supporting the disclosure of GE ingredients so people have more information about the health, safety and environmental impacts of the foods they consume.

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  2. Starving Student: Something for everyone at Fresh Twisted CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mercury-Register

    While I'm happy to tuck into a burger or dunk a doughnut in my coffee any day of the week, I'm also quite partial to all things vegetable. So when I had the urge to satisfy my green tooth this past week, I sought out a meal at the Fresh Twisted Café .

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  3. Big cone returns to Alice's Place in ElburnRead the original story

    Yesterday | Kane Co. Chronicle

    Kevin Theisen, co-owner of Theisen Roofing in DeKalb, helped return the original fiberglass ice cream cone shown here to the roof of Alice's Place in Elburn. The 9-foot tall, fiberglass ice cream cone was placed back on the roof Aug. 20 of Alice's Place for the first time since 2013, said Audrey Hanson, owner of the restaurant at 208 S. Main St. in Elburn.

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  4. Grandmother ready for her sweet challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tewkesburyadmag.co.uk

    A GRANDMOTHER of three is rolling up her sleeves in readiness for a 12-hour charity bake-off challenge to raise money for two good causes. Instead of her initial plan to plunge from a plane to mark her 50th birthday, Ruth Winters, a school caretaker who grew up in Winchcombe but now living near Tewkesbury, will be mixing, beating, baking and icing hundreds of cup cakes to raise money for two charities close to her heart.

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  5. UMass sculpture would be icing on Dartmouth's birthday cakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SouthCoastToday.com

    DARTMOUTH - A UMass Dartmouth art professor is tackling a project to celebrate the 50th and 350th anniversaries of the university and town, respectively. Stacy Latt Savage is working on a piece to be completed and unveiled on campus in the next academic year.

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  6. Flavor: Cookbook author enters new territoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Capital-Journal

    Judith Fertig wanted to try something different. The author of numerous cookbooks, including eight as one of the BBQ Queens with co-author Karen Adler, had a clear knowledge of how to succeed in that writing genre.

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  7. Monstrous chicken fried steak cake could be most Texan cake everRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    A restaurant in Abilene, The Taylor County Taphouse, made a chicken-fried steak "cake" by special request and now many Texans are likely rethinking their cake plans for upcoming celebrations.

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  8. Melba's Swap ShopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NewsOK.com

    DEAR READERS: I read that eating ice cream is good for you. And I know no one would write that if it weren't true! I hope it's true, because Sandy Killian and I recently judged the homemade ice cream contest at the Oklahoma County Free Fair.

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  9. Readers' gluten-free recipes: cookies, banana bread, pancakes, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Morning Call

    Scott Gruber has spent the last 10 years gluten free and he's recently become an award-winner baker. His gluten-free blueberry dessert took home a blue ribbon at Burnside Plantation's Blueberry Festival last month.

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  10. Review: Francesco's Restaurant in Phillipsburg serves heaping plates of Italian goodnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Morning Call

    ... crispy bread and large salads. Francesco's also has gluten-free pasta and pizza, and wheat pasta is also available. Dessert: Francesco's takes its gelato seriously, with 19 flavors and three sizes - small, medium and large. Although they were all ...

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  11. Vic's Vegan Kitchen: how to make a moist and moreish Victoria spongeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    Everyone likes cake right? I mean sometimes I tell a white lie and say I don't but I really mean yes, I want a bit of cake. Baking isn't really my forte but I'm competitive and stubborn enough that when I put my mind to something I can normally do it well, or at least mess it up a few times then get it totally right on the last go.

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  12. 'Meet the Tigers' successful at NEMCCRead the original story

    Tuesday | Daily Times Leader

    The Northeast Mississippi Community College football program showcased appreciation towards its many advocates by devoting an entire evening to them. An outstanding approximate total of 500 individuals flocked to the Domino's Pizza restaurant in Booneville to unofficially start the campaign with a "Meet the Tigers" night on Tuesday, August 25. "We're really proud of each and every one of our fans," said Northeast head coach Greg Davis.

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  13. UPDATED: Harper promises manufacturing hub for BurlingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | InsideHalton.com

    Conservative Leader Stephen Harper announced new measures for job creation in the manufacturing sector on Tuesday, as Statistics Canada released GDP figures showing the economy was in a technical recession. At an event at Burlington's Laurel Steel manufacturing plant, Harper promised that a re-elected Conservative government would create a new advanced manufacturing hub locally.

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  14. No-cook recipes for Labor DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dallas Morning News

    September brings no relief from the heat, but that won't keep us from entertaining outdoors this holiday weekend. Summer's last hurrah means another round of barbecues, pool parties and picnics.

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  15. Cookbook review: A Taste of Haida Gwaii inspires the urge to roamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Canada.com

    They say a good cookbook is one that inspires you: it will make you want to try every recipe in the book; or at the very least to taste them all. This book, then - A Taste of Haida Gwaii: Food Gathering and Feasting at the Edge of the World - is perhaps the ideal representative from both genres: it made me want to immediately set the book aside and email Copper Beach House on Haida Gwaii to reserve a room in anticipation of breakfasting on Susan Musgrave's signature scrambled eggs, accompanied by a slice or two of her still-warm-from-the-oven sourdough bread, with the legendary B.C. poet herself presiding at the stove.

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  16. Penn State's Berkey Creamery ice cream coming to Abington Shopping CenterRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2010 | The Times-Tribune

    Fans of Penn State ice cream won't have to wait until football season and travel to University Park to indulge in the popular treat. Campus Creamery in South Abington Twp.

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  17. Fall Flavors Are Back At Oh My CupcakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KDLT-TV Sioux Falls

    Melissa Johnson and the Cupcake Ninjas are at it again, this time showing off their new flavors for the Fall. Back are the cupcake crowd favorites, Caramel Apple Cheesecake and Harvest Caramel Apple.

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  18. Scientists Develop Non-Melting Ice CreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WFLA-AM Tampa

    In the future, ice cream will melt slower. That prediction may come true thanks to a team of scientists in Scotland. 14 comments

  19. The Atomic DashboardRead the original story

    Tuesday | Journal of Chemical Education

    Rebooting JCE Online into a new, interactive web CMS platform is a large undertaking. JCE Online has had a fairly long history, several contributors, and contains a lot of content.

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  20. New Owner Trades Seafood for Ice CreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WNEP-TV Moosic

    ... hoping they get a crowd like that, too," said customer Karen Brenner. The building's new owner has traded dinner for dessert. Cora Blackwell was a nurse until she opened the ice cream parlor. Her son Kyle Eckrote and his girlfriend Courtney Leigh ...

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