Fruits Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. The Secret Loneliness of Art Collector Rhoda PritzkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Forward

    The Yale Center for British Art has just reopened after an extensive remodeling. On the fourth floor is Paul Mellon's British art collection, and on the third floor, now through August 21, is the opening exhibition, "Modernism and Memory, Rhoda Pritzker and the Art of Collecting."

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  2. The Best Grab-and-Go Snack BarsRead the original story

    Thursday | Phillymag.com

    A couple weeks ago, a survey of nutritionists let us in on the secret that many foods Americans typically think of "healthy" may not actually be that great for us. Since then, that same New York Times article has been popping up all over my Facebook and Twitter feeds, sparking a lot of healthy conversation.

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  3. Colorado Springs bakers entered pie-baking contest for bragging rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Gazette

    Pies for the Good Ole Summertime Ice Cream Social & Pie Making Contest in Manitou Springs. Photo by Teresa J. Farney There was pie galore at the Good Ole Summertime Ice Cream Social & Pie Making Contest at Soda Springs Park in Manitou Springs on July 11. There were 13 adults and one child in the kids division who baked pies in hopes of earning bragging rights.

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  4. Heat has Tuscaloosa organization needing fans, but giving away fresh produceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    ... summer harvest season has TES wanting people to know about something new they have to give away: fresh vegetables and fruits. With the help of Community Service Programs of West Alabama and other local organizations, TES has started a new community ...

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  5. Norway in a nutshell, from fjords to mountaintopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stuff.co.nz

    A recorded voice instructed me to get off the train and admire the massive waterfall, Kjosfossen, to my left. The roaring cascade was so large and close that the spray gave all of us a slight soak.

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  6. Backyard farming for real a in Blue Ash?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cincinnati.com

    ... this far north, he said. Or the spicebush, which, like the pawpaw, can be found in healthy woods around here. "The fruits in the fall can be substituted for allspice," or you can wrap meat in the leaves to add flavoring, Neumann said. Over the ...

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  7. This App Puts Fate Of Refugees In Your HandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Switched

    Looking to change public perception about migrants in the Netherlands, two journalists have launched a Smartphone app that dramatizes the asylum-seeking process and lets users ask tough questions of would-be refugees. With "The Detailed Interview" app, users select questions for actors portraying migrants from Syria and Guinea as they explain why they fled their homelands.

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  8. That's bananas! Exotic fruit grows at Wakefield's Nostell Priory for the first timeRead the original story

    Thursday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    YOU wouldn't usually associate Wakefield with the tropics - but the sunny weather has had an exotic effect on Nostell Priory's kitchen garden, with banana plants growing fruit for the very first time. The plants have been nurtured purely for their aesthetic look at the National Trust site's kitchen garden since 2012.

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  9. Citrus Might Help You Burn More Fat During Your WorkoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Shape

    Oranges have long been a favorite halftime snack for athletes, from pee-wee leagues to the pros. Turns out, citrus fruits are more than a healthy, hydrating snack .

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  10. Market watch: Prices of fruits, veggies, meat upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sun-Star

    PRICES of commonly bought fruits, vegetables, and meat mostly increased while some are stable as compared to last week's prices based on the monitoring conducted at Bankerohan Public Market Thursday. The price of squash remained at P30 per kilo, pechay increased from P80 to P90 per kilo, cucumber from P30 to P50 per kilo, batong and okra for P5 per bundle, talong for P10 per bundle, kangkong and malunggay also P5 per bundle.

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  11. Blackberry CEO chides Apple over encryption stance in San Bernardino iPhone caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Washington Times

    Apple neglected its "basic civil responsibility" when it refused to decrypt data from San Bernardino mass shooter Syed Farook's iPhone, BlackBerry's top executive said Tuesday. Speaking at the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York, CEO John Chen said he was unnerved by the way competing phone maker Apple acted when approached by the FBI for assistance earlier this year.

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  12. 3 Tips for Getting The Freshest and Healthiest ProduceRead the original story

    Thursday | BFeedMe

    ... food brought right into your home. According to Tracey Roizman, a contributor to SFGate.com, the color of the fruits and vegetables you buy and eat can tell you a lot about the nutritional value of them. For example, red and orange signifies vitamin ...

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  13. Pat Christofolo of The Farm at South Mountain on the Lack of Phoenix James Beard NomineesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Phoenix New Times

    ... a higher standard than before. I'm totally obsessed with little gem lettuce salads and the abundance of locally grown fruits right now and totally over mac and cheese. Although you cannot always source the little gem lettuce, the texture and taste ...

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  14. City slicker monkeys are overweight and have high cholesterolRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Scientist

    Many white-footed tamarins seem to have been only too happy to change scenery and jump from a pristine forest into a concrete jungle . "This species is the true native of the city," says IvA n Dario Soto , a conservation biologist from the University of Antioquia in MedellA n, Colombia.

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  15. Corn Belt farmland prices fall again, despite crop price firmnessRead the original story

    Thursday | Agrimoney.com

    ... particularly in areas with large areas of farmland put down to permanent crops, such as almonds, apples and stone fruits, rather than to annual crops, such as corn. Indeed, while values of annual US cropland declined by an average of 0.8% over the ...

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  16. Healthy Food for TwoRead the original story

    Thursday | Williston Observer

    ... to our lifestyle. This includes eating more uncooked food and avoiding hot and spicy food. Choose ripe, sweet fruits and green vegetables. Watermelon and cucumber are especially good to include in your diet, as they have cooling qualities. Eat your ...

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  17. CNY Regional Mobile Market Trailer coming to Remsen, offering fresh fruits, veggiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WKTV

    ... get the exercise in, try taking stairs, going on a walk during break, or choose a farther parking spot! Eating more fruits and vegetable and exercising also helps you sleep better! So pick up a fruit instead of a candy bar or get outside instead of ...

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  18. 10 dishes to try in the PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... the suffocating heat of South East Asia. Unapologetically messy, devastatingly sweet and filled with unidentifiable fruits and jello; Halo-Halo is an experience, more than just a dessert. I know what you're thinking, why are empanadas on the ...

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  19. BlackBerry CEO blasts Apple for not unlocking San Bernardino iPhoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Apple's quarrel with the FBI over the San Bernadino terrorist's iPhone may now be water under the bridge to some extent, but the question of whether Apple did the right thing in not creating a way to access that iPhone is one that has chosen to criticize, reports The Inquirer .

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  20. Summer peaches, other fruit arrives at Rockmart Farmers Market; recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Rome News

    "I can remember visiting my grandparents farm," said Helen Mobbs. "Homemade peach ice cream was served during our visits in June, July and August.

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