ST. PAUL, MN—Droning on and on about how difficult it was to lead a plant-based lifestyle throughout the ’90s and early 2000s, vegetarian Robert Emery rambled to reporters Tuesday about the days when menus only had one non-meat option. “I’m telling you, kids today have no idea what it’s like to go to a restaurant, scan down the page, and see that your only choice was a grilled cheese, or if you were lucky, two pieces of bread and a portobello mushroom,” said the 47-year-old, adding that back in the day, you couldn’t just walk into any old establishment on
De Fer Coffee & Tea landed a one-two punch of specialty coffee on the Pittsburgh cafe scene this Spring with the opening of two jaw-dropping coffee shops.
One location is by the elevated pedestrian-only park space on Pittsburgh’s South Side riverfront called The Highline, modeled after the original Highline park in New York City. The second new shop is inside the new Riviera building in South Oakland’s Pittsburgh Technology Center.
Even as Disney Parks welcomes more guests and fireworks fill the nighttime sky, those favorite Disney food flavors can come to the home kitchen. From breakfast to dessert, those magical moments can fill the plate with deliciousness. Ready to dig in?
Starting the day with some Disney food flavor is always a tasty choice. Luckily, Joffrey’s offers a Disney Signature coffee subscription service. Featuring favorite blends that are inspired by Disney Parks and Disney Resorts that first morning sip can add a little pixie dust to the coffee cup.
From the classic Mickey Mouse Blend to California Grill to
Straw hat in hand, Tyrean “Heru” Lewis jumped out of his pickup truck along busy Shackelford Road in North St. Louis County and walked into the treeline, where he had something special to show.
On the other side, uniform rows of vegetables — lettuce, radishes and bok choy — sprouted on half an acre. The land is not on a remote country farm, but just 17 miles from the Delmar Loop in the heart of the metro. As Lewis, founder of Heru Urban Farming, checks the crop he gets excited about its progress, raising his voice over the sound of
Tyson Foods Inc. has issued a recall for nearly 8.5 million pounds of frozen chicken products over listeria concerns after one person died as a result of eating contaminated poultry, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The recall was announced Saturday and covers frozen, fully cooked chicken products that were sold between Dec. 26, 2020 and April 13 to retailers, hospitals, nursing facilities, restaurants, schools and Department of Defense locations.
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