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J Weekly
Hold the bubbly and say hello to these Rosh Hashanah drinksSecular tradition dictates drinking a glass of sparkling wine on New Year’s Eve
Hold the bubbly and say hello to these Rosh Hashanah drinks
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
Secular tradition dictates drinking a glass of sparkling wine on New Year’s Eve. But what can give you a nice buzz to celebrate the Jewish New Year? These Rosh Hashanah drinks from the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller magazine and JoyofKosher.com... Read more
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J Weekly
Hold the agony: Here’s an easy, elegant holiday menuWe love to kvetch about how early or late Rosh Hashanah falls — as if we have a
Hold the agony: Here’s an easy, elegant holiday menu
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
We love to kvetch about how early or late Rosh Hashanah falls — as if we have any control or say as to when the holidays will appear. But this year, the Jewish New Year falls on the early side for us Americans, right after Labor Day and the start of... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Three new East Bay pizza spotsNew Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, ind
Three new East Bay pizza spots
Silicon Valley / Posted 2 days ago
New Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, indeed. There's no such thing as "too much pizza" in our books. Why, that would be as ludicrous as complaining about an excess of decadently molten mozzarella, fragrant... Read more
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The Mercury News
Three new East Bay pizza spotsNew Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, ind
Three new East Bay pizza spots
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
New Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, indeed. There's no such thing as "too much pizza" in our books. Why, that would be as ludicrous as complaining about an excess of decadently molten mozzarella, fragrant... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Three new East Bay pizza spotsNew Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, ind
Three new East Bay pizza spots
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
New Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, indeed. There's no such thing as "too much pizza" in our books. Why, that would be as ludicrous as complaining about an excess of decadently molten mozzarella, fragrant... Read more
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The Daily Review
Three new East Bay pizza spotsNew Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, ind
Three new East Bay pizza spots
The Daily Review / Posted 2 days ago
New Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, indeed. There's no such thing as "too much pizza" in our books. Why, that would be as ludicrous as complaining about an excess of decadently molten mozzarella, fragrant... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Three new East Bay pizza spotsNew Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, ind
Three new East Bay pizza spots
Oakland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
New Bay Area pizza spots seem to open every week -- which is a happy thing, indeed. There's no such thing as "too much pizza" in our books. Why, that would be as ludicrous as complaining about an excess of decadently molten mozzarella, fragrant... Read more
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Daily Herald
Grammar Moses: Good communicators are good readers, tooReading, as they say, is fundamental. If you're not a good reader, odds are sl
Grammar Moses: Good communicators are good readers, too
Daily Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Reading, as they say, is fundamental. If you're not a good reader, odds are slim that you'll be a good writer or speaker. There are myriad reasons, but I'll focus on one: If you base your knowledge of the spoken word on what you hear from others,... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Centsable Health: Pulled PorkYou can freeze ready-made sandwiches by wrapping in clear plastic wrap and alum
Centsable Health: Pulled Pork
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 6 days ago
You can freeze ready-made sandwiches by wrapping in clear plastic wrap and aluminum foil. To reheat, remove the wrapping and wrap in a paper towel. Heat in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes, or until heated through. Total time: 6-10... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Share and share alikeShared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. E
Share and share alike
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
Shared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. Eileen Fischer: Restaurants come and restaurants go and some restaurants reboot. Rizzuto’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Westport recently did the latter. Lee Steele: And a... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Share and share alikeShared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. E
Share and share alike
Greenwich Time / Posted 8 days ago
Shared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. Eileen Fischer: Restaurants come and restaurants go and some restaurants reboot. Rizzuto’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Westport recently did the latter. Lee Steele: And a... Read more
3 related stories
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The News-Times
Share and share alikeShared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. E
Share and share alike
The News-Times / Posted 8 days ago
Shared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. Eileen Fischer: Restaurants come and restaurants go and some restaurants reboot. Rizzuto’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Westport recently did the latter. Lee Steele: And a... Read more
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IGN
Under the Dome: "Love is a Battlefield" ReviewWarning: Full spoilers for the episode follow... Firstly, for those of you who
Under the Dome: "Love is a Battlefield" Review
IGN / Posted 8 days ago
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode follow... Firstly, for those of you who click on these weekly Under the Dome reviews, you'll have surely noticed that there wasn't one last week for "Legacy." I was away, doing SummerSlam related things, and it... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Share and share alikeShared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. E
Share and share alike
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
Shared Dish is a he said/she said look at food, food trends and restaurants. Eileen Fischer: Restaurants come and restaurants go and some restaurants reboot. Rizzuto’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant in Westport recently did the latter. Lee Steele: And a... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
What To Do If You Think You Have Food PoisoningThe worst food poisoning I ever had was a few days after returning from a weeke
What To Do If You Think You Have Food Poisoning
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 8 days ago
The worst food poisoning I ever had was a few days after returning from a weekend getaway with friends. When I finally dragged myself out of the bathroom after 24 hours of hell, an email from one of my besties was waiting for me: “Is everybody else... Read more
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The Brown and White
5 things to do: Jam with clams, drink A-Treat, go to the fair1.) Happy as a clam in Easton An estimated 12,000 people are expected for the
5 things to do: Jam with clams, drink A-Treat, go to the fair
The Brown and White / Posted 8 days ago
1.) Happy as a clam in Easton An estimated 12,000 people are expected for the second annual seafood fest. The festival will be held around the restaurant, covering Ferry Street from South Third to South Second streets and also South Third Street,... Read more
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SportingNews
Scott's Mailbag of Doom! - Sting as champion, Sasha Banks, NXT vs. WWE audiences, HHH in charge?Scott's Mailbag of Doom! - August 25 2015 The WWE Network's buffering issues h
Scott's Mailbag of Doom! - Sting as champion, Sasha Banks, NXT vs. WWE audiences, HHH in charge?
SportingNews / Posted 10 days ago
Scott's Mailbag of Doom! - August 25 2015 The WWE Network's buffering issues have rendered anything outside of the live stream completely unwatchable, so let's hit the mailbag! With Raw ending with Sting holding the WWE WHC up high, how does he not... Read more
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Medical News Today
8 weeks pregnant: your pregnancy week by weekDuring week 8 of pregnancy, your baby will continue taking huge developmental s
8 weeks pregnant: your pregnancy week by week
Medical News Today / Posted 11 days ago
During week 8 of pregnancy, your baby will continue taking huge developmental strides; your baby's vital organ systems are continuing to grow. Your baby is growing rapidly in all directions at a rate of one millimeter per day and has begun to... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Rockport man pleads not guilty to manslaughterJeremy Stone pleaded not guilty Monday during a hearing in Knox County Unified
Rockport man pleads not guilty to manslaughter
Bangor Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
Jeremy Stone pleaded not guilty Monday during a hearing in Knox County Unified Court before Judge Susan Sparaco. The next court appearance for Stone is scheduled for Oct. 16. A Knox County grand jury indicted Stone earlier this month on charges of... Read more
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Philly.com
Was viral arrest of Pa. street singer justified?Manuel Gamiz Jr. and Laurie Mason Schroeder, The Morning Call Last updated: Sun
Was viral arrest of Pa. street singer justified?
Philly.com / Posted 12 days ago
Manuel Gamiz Jr. and Laurie Mason Schroeder, The Morning Call Last updated: Sunday, August 23, 2015, 12:05 PM The takedown, recorded by a patron and a restaurant employee with smartphones and shared on social media, sparked a police review, a slew... Read more
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iol.co.za
Hennessy chief visits SAJohannesburg - Hennessy Cognac chief executive Bernard Peillon was this week pl
Hennessy chief visits SA
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
Johannesburg - Hennessy Cognac chief executive Bernard Peillon was this week pleasantly surprised that South Africa has its own unique way to embrace the drink. “Yesterday, I was introduced to a typical South African way of drinking my Hennessy. It... Read more
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The Express-Times
A-Treat soda cans again rolling down lines in the Lehigh ValleyMonday morning the first orders of A-Treat soda went into production at Coca-Co
A-Treat soda cans again rolling down lines in the Lehigh Valley
The Express-Times / Posted 17 days ago
Monday morning the first orders of A-Treat soda went into production at Coca-Cola Bottling Company of the Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem, according to a news release. And A-Treat fans won't have to wait long for their first taste of cream soda. The new... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
First cans of A-Treat roll off the production lineOut of production since January, A-Treat soda is back in business. Jaindl Comp
First cans of A-Treat roll off the production line
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 17 days ago
Out of production since January, A-Treat soda is back in business. Jaindl Companies announced Tuesday that the first orders of A-Treat went into production at Coca-Cola Bottling Company of the Lehigh Valley on Monday morning. The first orders are... Read more
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The Morning Call
A-Treat expected to hit store shelves in 7-10 daysThe first orders of A-Treat went into production Monday morning at Coca-Cola Bo
A-Treat expected to hit store shelves in 7-10 days
The Morning Call / Posted 17 days ago
The first orders of A-Treat went into production Monday morning at Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Lehigh Valley, Jaindl Cos. Announced Tuesday. "This is a monumental occasion for A-Treat," Adam Jaindl said in a statement. "This is just the... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Business briefsElk Grove, Ill.-based Fort Dearborn Co. recently acquired Core Label LLC, which
Business briefs
Altoona Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Elk Grove, Ill.-based Fort Dearborn Co. recently acquired Core Label LLC, which has a facility in Snyder Township. The business is now known as Core Label, a Fort Dearborn Co. Fort Dearborn supplies a complete range of label solutions, including... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Beer buzz coming from hard root beer and now even orange sodaNow here comes hard soda. Fueled by buzz generated by liquored-up root beers—m
Beer buzz coming from hard root beer and now even orange soda
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 19 days ago
Now here comes hard soda. Fueled by buzz generated by liquored-up root beers—most notably Small Town Brewery's Not Your Father's Root Beer—big brewers are jumping into the category. The latest is MillerCoors. The Chicago-based joint venture best... Read more
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Daily Press
Peninsula chefs ramp up 'farm-to-table' cuisine with restaurant gardensTucked alongside The Point at Phoebus restaurant is a mini-garden bursting with
Peninsula chefs ramp up 'farm-to-table' cuisine with restaurant gardens
Daily Press / Posted 20 days ago
Tucked alongside The Point at Phoebus restaurant is a mini-garden bursting with basil, thyme and green peppers. If you order a mojito inside at the bar, chances are good the mint probably was picked there. "People who walk by the restaurant tell us... Read more
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Fort Worth Weekly
The Top Shelf: The Ghost of Cocktails PastWe can all take a lesson from Charles H. Baker Jr. Mr. Baker was and eccentric
The Top Shelf: The Ghost of Cocktails Past
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
We can all take a lesson from Charles H. Baker Jr. Mr. Baker was and eccentric writer that wound up marrying into a mining fortune and traveled the world writing about food and drink for Esquire and Town and Country magazines. To put it mildly, he... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Groceterias redux: Turning a decrepit icon into a mixed-use hubWhen the shelves are stocked and the doors swing open in spring, 2019, I, for o
Groceterias redux: Turning a decrepit icon into a mixed-use hub
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
When the shelves are stocked and the doors swing open in spring, 2019, I, for one, would love to see High Park Coffee, Cherry Valley Butter, Blue Bell Eggs and Alpine Club Ginger Ale on offer. Other folks, I suspect, will care less about these... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Arkansas farmers shaking up their gardens with African cukesGuy Lancaster is best known, perhaps, for his work editing the Encyclopedia of
Arkansas farmers shaking up their gardens with African cukes
Arkansas Times / Posted 21 days ago
Guy Lancaster is best known, perhaps, for his work editing the Encyclopedia of Arkansas, a project of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, but the kiwano he's slicing into at his desk downtown is something new to Arkansas. The yellow-orange spiky... Read more
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Boulder Weekly
Classic refreshmentWhen the stars of the tennis world battled it out on the courts of Wimbledon a
Classic refreshment
Boulder Weekly / Posted 22 days ago
When the stars of the tennis world battled it out on the courts of Wimbledon a few weeks ago, viewers not only be turned their heads left and right following the action on the court, but up and down as well, as gallons upon gallons of Pimm’s No. 1... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Why this popular beverage is bad for your healthSoda is often in the spotlight for its negative effects on health. Primarily, i
Why this popular beverage is bad for your health
Bel Marra Health / Posted 23 days ago
Soda is often in the spotlight for its negative effects on health. Primarily, it is criticized for a high sugar content, but with Americans drinking 57 gallons of the stuff annually, it does more damage to your body than you might think. Soda is the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Rum moves from shooter stereotype to mature and spicy spiritDrinking trends are fickle and often contradictory things. Lately, anything age
Rum moves from shooter stereotype to mature and spicy spirit
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Drinking trends are fickle and often contradictory things. Lately, anything aged and complex is red-hot, from bourbons to tequilas to single malt whiskies, and the older the better. And yet, youthful flavoured spirits such as imaginative gins, spiced... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Celebrate National Peach Month with these cocktailsAugust is National Peach Month, and Brian Phillips from Fine Wine and Good Spir
Celebrate National Peach Month with these cocktails
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 24 days ago
August is National Peach Month, and Brian Phillips from Fine Wine and Good Spirits helped us celebrate with some signature cocktails this morning. o The Gingered Peach 1½ oz Paul Masson Peach Grande Amber Brandy ginger ale or ginger beer 1 lemon... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cindy Crawford's husband gives a glimpse inside family fridgeInside Cindy Crawford's fridge: Almond milk, dozens of eggs (and some beers for
Cindy Crawford's husband gives a glimpse inside family fridge
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Inside Cindy Crawford's fridge: Almond milk, dozens of eggs (and some beers for husband Rande Gerber) Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber have 14 mouths to feed as they host guests during their lakeside vacation in Canada this week. And revealing just... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Rockport man indicted on manslaughter chargeThe Knox County grand jury indicted Jeremy Stone on charges of manslaughter, ag
Rockport man indicted on manslaughter charge
Bangor Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
The Knox County grand jury indicted Jeremy Stone on charges of manslaughter, aggravated criminal operating under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident involving death and possessing improper plates. Police said Stone was driving drunk... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Detroit is emerging from bankruptcy as one of America’s most interesting citiesDetroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED
Detroit is emerging from bankruptcy as one of America’s most interesting cities
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Detroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED in a power outage, got a $A60 parking ticket and drove past dozens of abandoned homes. But as a tourist on my first trip to Detroit, I also sang in the Motown studio, saw... Read more
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Perth Now
Inside America’s most interesting cityDetroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED
Inside America’s most interesting city
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
Detroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED in a power outage, got a $A60 parking ticket and drove past dozens of abandoned homes. But as a tourist on my first trip to Detroit, I also sang in the Motown studio, saw... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Inside America’s most interesting cityDetroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED
Inside America’s most interesting city
Adelaide Now / Posted 30 days ago
Detroit is slowly finding its feet after bankruptcy ruined the city. I ARRIVED in a power outage, got a $A60 parking ticket and drove past dozens of abandoned homes. But as a tourist on my first trip to Detroit, I also sang in the Motown studio, saw... Read more
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The Washington Times
SUZANNE FIELDS: A few grooming tips for the candidatesSome of the gents who are tempted to mock Hillary Clinton’s bad hair days are a
SUZANNE FIELDS: A few grooming tips for the candidates
The Washington Times / Posted 30 days ago
Some of the gents who are tempted to mock Hillary Clinton’s bad hair days are about to feel some of the lady’s pain, beginning Thursday night in the first debate of the presidential nominating season. Bad hair days, and Hillary has a lot of them,... Read more
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FOX News
6 homemade remedies for common illnessesGoing to the doctor can be a hassle and an expense that simply doesn’t seem wor
6 homemade remedies for common illnesses
FOX News / Posted a month ago
Going to the doctor can be a hassle and an expense that simply doesn’t seem worth it when you have a mild or moderate problem. And it can be tempting to find alternative remedies for what ails you online, but beware. “You have to be careful with... Read more
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The Columbian
Very cherry treats are the bombIn the American South, we have plenty of peaches, strawberries, blueberries and
Very cherry treats are the bomb
The Columbian / Posted a month ago
In the American South, we have plenty of peaches, strawberries, blueberries and figs, often in our own backyard. Cherries, not so much. But that does not — should not — stop us from loving the sweet little fruit that appears in stores and markets... Read more
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The Morning Call
Orange cream, black cherry top A-Treat flavor pollA-Treat soda have spoken, and the new A-Treat will include orange cream and bla
Orange cream, black cherry top A-Treat flavor poll
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
A-Treat soda have spoken, and the new A-Treat will include orange cream and black cherry among the 10 soda flavors scheduled to be rolled out by summer's end. Some 17 percent of the fans who voted in a weeklong social media poll that ended Sunday... Read more
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Silver City Sun-News
Very cherry: Tiny fruits lend their tartness to summer treatsTo be perfectly honest, I think cherries are the bomb. Last summer, I went fro
Very cherry: Tiny fruits lend their tartness to summer treats
Silver City Sun-News / Posted 1 months ago
To be perfectly honest, I think cherries are the bomb. Last summer, I went from eating cherries out of hand to cooking with them, and even making drinks out of them. I stirred sweet Bing cherries into cobblers (with or without peaches and other... Read more
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FOX News
12 delicious recipes that use watermelonYou don't need one day to celebrate the sweetness of watermelon--but it helps.
12 delicious recipes that use watermelon
FOX News / Posted 1 months ago
You don't need one day to celebrate the sweetness of watermelon--but it helps. Monday, Aug. 3 is National Watermelon Day, so if you're at a loss for different ways to use it (besides a seed-spitting contest) check out these mouth-watering recipes to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Select: music, food and games by the sea at Dún Laoghaire’s The Beatyard festival We all know festivals are hungry work and there are lots of food options down
Select: music, food and games by the sea at Dún Laoghaire’s The Beatyard festival
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
We all know festivals are hungry work and there are lots of food options down by the water this weekend Dún Laoghaire gets its very own music festival this weekend,... Read more

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