Fried chicken spot becomes weed dispensary, probably serves similar clientele
There has been an abandoned Kentucky Fried Chicken in Palms, slumping sadly these past few months on the corner of Exposition Blvd. and Hughes Ave. What, locals wondered, would replace it? A new burger joint? A Peruvian rotisserie chicken stand? It turns out that the KFC has been replaced by... a KFC. In this instance, though, the KFC stands for "Kind For… Continue
Added by TAS Team on August 28, 2009 at 1:59pm —
As a company, Whole Foods has impressively embraced social media more than most, gathering over 1.2 million followers on Twitter and 123,000 fans on Facebook (Facebook) in the process. While it is easy to understand why a relatively young company or one started by a tech-savvy founder would so completely… Continue
Added by TAS Team on August 26, 2009 at 10:09am —
Dublin, Ireland -- The makers of the spice burger have secured a number of High Court injunctions against a former director who it is claimed has been passing off burgers made by him as their product.
Walsh Family Foods Limited have sought the orders against one of its former directors Patrick Walsh, who is the son of the person credited with inventing popular chipper staple, and is one of the few people who knows the burger's secret… Continue
Added by TAS Team on August 25, 2009 at 9:00pm —
One of my favorite “extras” to add to salads is green onions. Green onions are also known as spring onions, or scallions, and have a mild onion flavor that is ideal to toss into salads, omelets, tacos, and stir-frys. To prepare green onions, trim off the roots, remove any… Continue
Having a few friends around for ice tea and some snacks? Or need to whip up something quick for the kids? Try this idea for a really pretty and scrumptious Coconut Layer Cake. Take Vanilla Cake Mix (I used Betty Crocker) and mix according to directions. Add a couple splashes of coconut flavoring at the end - about 2 teaspoons and bake in either small or regular pans. I happen to like using the small 6 inch pans so that I have an exceptionally tall… Continue
Many thanks to tasteandshare.com! In my humble opinion, seasonal ingredients are fantastic to use, but I do not believe in pigeon holing any one type of food to a particular season. I'd love to hear people's favorite out of season dishes.
Added by Molly on August 20, 2009 at 2:23pm —
Whether you love to cook, or just love to eat, there are plenty oBelow are the chefs and foodies you’re likely to recognize from TV. They run the gamut from food critics to cooking competition judges to TV show hosts. Some are household names (like, Martha Stewart) while others are a bit less well-known, unless you’re a Food Network junkie.
This list has over 55 great foodies to follow on Twitter, but please feel free to suggest others in the comments (or if you’re a food… Continue
‘Tis the season for Alaskan Wild Salmon! For us it’s one season that never seems to last long enough. King, Coho or Sockeye, any of the three will do just fine. If it’s fresh from Alaskan waters we’re ready to partake. All that flavor and great health benefits to boot! Here’s a recipe that makes Wild Salmon an especially exquisite dining experience.
A friend who collects stamps and other interesting documents recently gave me an envelope or "cover." Inside is a wine order written in English on a German language form. Destination: the Jacob Brenner Wine Company of Doniphan, Kansas, May 1904.
The customer, John Gruenewald of Wayne R.F.D. Q. (?) Nebraska, ordered ten gallons of Red Seal at $5.35, "extra packing" for 25 cents, and requested "wine corks not to (sic) big" for another dollar. Grand total, $6.60. Incidentally Mr.… Continue
Added by Nancy Yos on August 17, 2009 at 12:26am —
Une suggestion de menu de Hanane du blog Recettes Hanane
Un beau menu à faire sur le barbecue ou à la plancha avec trois recettes de brochettes délicieuses. Petits amuse-gueules en entrée et des iles flottantes au dessert complètent parfaitement ce… Continue
Added by Fleuretta on August 15, 2009 at 1:49pm —
Anyone going to the Wine Bloggers Conference 2010? If so, you may want to register before 8/31/09. The Wine Bloggers Conference partnered with the WineFuture Conference http://www.winefuture.es/ to give away a free all-expenses-paid trip to the WineFuture Conference in Spain for one person who is registered for the 2010 North American WBC by August 31.
Added by reno walsh on August 15, 2009 at 1:13pm —
Depending on the season and your location, certain fruits can be quite costly. Get quality fruits, by picking the best fruits possible. It’s always a good idea to get more for your money!
Apples are often a regular at my household’s fruit basket. They’re great for on-the-go snack ideas and taste wonderful with various simple dips. Here are some tips for picking the best apples… Continue
Added by Gina on August 14, 2009 at 4:00pm —