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Expand Your Culinary Horizons : Celebrating “World Food Day” Oct. 16

Gourmet Food & Specialty Products From Global Cuisines Are Increasing in Popularity World Food Day | October 16, 2012 ~ A visit to your local grocer provides all the proof you need. From various spices and sauces to quinoa, galongal root, chilies and grape leaves they are growing diversely to meet the demand for more […]

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SouthPark Magazine : Delicious Do’s & Don’ts

I’m proud to be a cancer survivor. Six years and counting! I was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma when I first moved to Charlotte. The cancer was too advanced to do anything but remove my kidney and, fortunately, the doctors successfully removed all the cancer too. After a period of recovery I’ve been able to […]

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Eating Healthier in The Dorm ~ Ramen Vs. Couscous

Students will be flocking back to college soon and that means all those kids we are sending off to study hard and live on their own in the dorms are going to come back home just a bit smarter and….heavier. Join Chef Carrie Hegnauer and FOX News Rising’s Terrance Bates as she shows you how […]

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Microwave Potato Chips

It’s hard to believe that the world’s most famous snack food began as a joke. Potato chips were first made in 1853 while Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt was on vacation in New York. At one restaurant he kept sending his fried potatoes back to the kitchen complaining that they were “too thick”. The chef, George Crum, […]

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