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  1. How to Make the King of Composed Salads, Salade Ni oise,...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Chief among les salades composes is the salade Nioise - which is named after the beachy city of Nice in the south of France, should you need further convincing that this composed salad is, at its best, a relaxed finger-food affair. It is sharp and bitey in all the right places, it satisfies the craving for little oily potatoes, and it is fresh and green and hearty and comforting all at once.


  2. A dog tells you why Syracuse football finishes 8-4 this yearRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician

    Last week, TNIAAM gave you well-measured thoughts on why the Syracuse Orange could go anywhere from 3-9 to 7-5 this football season. Today, occasional guest writer James Arthur tells you why he's all in on 8-4, despite my insistence it's highly unlikely.


  3. Pastures sow profitRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Stephen and Tania Luckin operate a 500-head dairy farm on 291 hectares and keep a keen focus on producing home-grown fodder - the largest cost in their budget. The couple continue to achieve pasture harvest totals in the top 25 per cent of the south-west dairy region and warn of hidden costs in not spending money on fertiliser, seeds and spray.


  4. Vincent Hotel has plans for a new Asian restaurant approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Southport Visiter

    Vincent Pacific will be the latest addition to the Vincent's award-winning V Cafe which has been welcoming customers since the hotel opened its doors back in 2008. The eatery will boast a menu filled with the spices and flavours of Asia.


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    13 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    If Rene Cornish's grandmother was here today, he thinks she'd be delighted that the store she started 100 years ago is still operating. She'd be obviously flabbergasted with the changes.


  6. Free cuppa in friendly Conisbrough cafeRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | South Yorkshire Times

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Take a break from your shopping or meet a friend and enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee at one of Conisbrough's friendliest cafes.


  7. Research hopes to save the planet, and money, one cow burp at a timeRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    At the Lacombe Research Station, heifers take turns sticking their heads into a computerized feeder for a mouthful of pellets. "Essentially what we're doing here is measuring methane emissions of beef cattle under fairly typical and normal production practice," said research scientist John Basarab.


  8. Dreaming of fall comfort foodsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    I know I am jumping the gun, but if you are a friend of mine, you know this is not the first time that, as summer is clinging on for all it is worth, I am thinking about the approaching fall and the wonderful, filling comfort foods that we crave when the weather gets even a little bit chilly. You can stuff and roast the whole bird if you like, but I love to select a few fat chicken thighs, season them aggressively with herbs de Provence, or Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning, if you don't have the French stuff in your pantry.


  9. Field day: From special seeds to better beefRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Greener grass: Weeran Angus principals Jo and Alec Moore will host a combined field day with Upper Murray Seeds on Wednesday, September 7. South-west farmers will be encouraged to grow more grass to "build better beef" at a field day in Byaduk next week. Weeran Angus and Upper Murray Seeds will host a combined event to demonstrate the benefits of various pastures on livestock.


  10. Fish Fry serves up fun in GulfportRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Hawk Eye

    Burlington residents, Bonnie Garmoe, bottom left, Lyle Garmoe, left, Laci Ryan, top, Lori Gohn, of West Burlington, upper right, and 7-year-old Isaac Griesman of Burlington enjoy multiple types of fish, bens, cookies, fried chicken, potatoes and coleslaw during the annual fish fry Sunday in Gulfport, Ill. Burlington residents, Bonnie Garmoe, bottom left, Lyle Garmoe, left, Laci Ryan, top, Lori Gohn, of West Burlington, upper right, and 7-year-old Isaac Griesman of Burlington enjoy multiple types of fish, bens, cookies, fried chicken, potatoes and coleslaw during the annual fish fry Sunday in Gulfport, Ill.


  11. 5 No-Cook Healthy Meals That Cost Less Than $5Read the original story

    16 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    ... with a generous drizzle of your favorite buttermilk dressing. This hearty sandwich is so satisfying you won't miss the meat when dinnertime rolls around. The white beans add a load of fiber, calcium and protein, making them a sensible choice for ...


  12. Best Comfort Food ClassicsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | MSN Living

    King Ranch Chicken Mac and CheeseAll the flavors of a favorite casserole come together in the comfort of mac and cheese. Serve this dish to your family, and it will become a quick favorite."


  13. Massive New Pork Processing Plant In Northern Iowa Gets Final ApprovalRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    MASSIVE NEW PORK PROCESSING PLANT IN NORTHERN IOWA GETS FINAL APPROVAL Aug. 29, 2016 Iowa Soybean Weekly reports: It's a done deal. The Wright County Board of Supervisors on Monday unanimously approved a development agreement with Prestage Farms of Iowa and an urban renewal plan that all but assures the company will build a $240 million pork processing plant 5 miles south of Eagle Grove.


  14. Mumbai Food: Savour authentic Awadhi, Mughlai cuisine at KanganRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    ... on my plate was quite a sight in itself. They melted in my mouth even before I knew it and that's a sign of well cooked meat. Just when I realised I hadn't tasted any seafood preparations yet, the Khatti Jhinga arrived at our table. The kaffir lime ...


  15. Tucker County Fair wraps up with successful closing dayRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Inter-Mountain

    It's Saturday, day six and last day for the Tucker County Fair. The mid-afternoon sun is keeping attendees in the shade under the pavilion near the 4-H kitchen, where kids serve up a menu of hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries and what seems to be a favorite, cheese nachos.


  16. Purina To Invest $2.4 million To Modernize Iowa Feed PlantRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    PURINA TO INVEST $2.4 MILLION TO MODERNIZE IOWA FEED PLANT Aug. 29, 2016 Source: Purina news release A $2.4 million capital investment will boost production capacity at the Purina Animal Nutrition plant that has been making livestock feed in Mason City, Iowa for 56 years. The upgrades will increase availability of locally produced feed to farms in northcentral and northeast Iowa and southeast Minnesota.


  17. BJP leader Udit Raj promotes beef? MP says Usain Bolt scored 9 gold...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    ... While others trolled him by saying that Pakistani runners would have won all the medals as most of them consume the meat. (ALSO READ: Police detains BJP MP Udit Raj for attacking Northwest Delhi DM office) Udit Raj clarifying his statement told CNN, ...


  18. Melissa Bryant, right, owner of Bistro 221, with her daughter, Hannah.Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Union

    It certainly wasn't Melissa Bryant's dream job, but working as a bank teller was better than some of the other options out there. But every time Judy Cirino Force - then of Cirino's Italian Restaurant in Nevada City - would come in, Bryant would ask, "Do you hire waitresses with no experience?" Bryant spent the next 16 years waitressing at Cirino's, and eventually became the manager.


  19. The truth behind 5 common nutrition mythsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    Is agave really better than white sugar? Will cleansing help my body detoxify? We all hunger for nutrition advice, but not all the advice you hear is worth believing. Here are the truths behind five common nutrition myths: 1. PROCESSED MEAT CAUSES CANCER Remember last year's scary headline? World Health Organisation says processed meat causes cancer .


  20. It's known as the city of spies and intrigue - but there's...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    Nowdays it has an altogether friendlier feel, making it ideal for a fun and active city break for all the family With 14 palaces, seven lakes and vast swathes of parkland, it's easy to see why Potsdam was once the playground of Prussian kings and queens. Yet this stately German city has a darker side to its history - as a key setting for Cold War espionage and Iron Curtain escape attempts.