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Food & Drink: Orlando’s Living Room: The Monroe

Small clusters of seating in The Monroe’s lounge area encourage conversation and collaboration.ROBERTO GONZALEZ. On a warm spring evening, I park in the Union West Garage, one of only a handful of patrons. Walking toward The Monroe, I encounter sounds and sights of construction everywhere—and little else; not much foot traffic, and the park that’s taking shape across Terry Avenue still looks more like a big dirt pit than the welcoming green space it’s destined to become. But times are changing. This is the heart of Creative Village, and soon the district will buzz with energy that matches the warmth…
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers announce new local food & drink options

WINNIPEG, MB., July 30, 2021 –The Winnipeg Blue Bombers today announce a new selection of local food and drinks that will be available at IG Field concessions for the 2021 season. In addition to returning local favourites Danny’s Whole Hog BBQ & Smokehouse, Shawarma Khan, Winkler Meats and Granny’s Poultry, this year will also see the addition of Little Pizza Heaven along with Brazen Hall and TransCanada Brewing Co. “We would like to thank the Winnipeg Football Club for supporting local and we are proud to be the official pizza of the Winnipeg Football Club,” said Dave Fox, owner of…
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Gluten-free food costs rise could force makers to change recipes | Food & drink industry

The premium paid by shoppers for gluten-free versions of staple foods could increase in the coming months as the soaring cost of ingredients such as rice flour casts a shadow over the “free from” aisle in supermarkets.These specialist foods already cost a lot more than mainstream products, making any price rise a source of concern, particularly for people who follow a gluten-free diet out of medical necessity. The scale of the problem means some firms could opt to rewrite recipes with cheaper ingredients.Jason Bull, of the West Yorkshire-based ingredients firm Eurostar Commodities, said the wholesale price of rice flour, which…
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Where to Find D.C.-Area Food and Drink Specials During the Tokyo Olympics

The Opening Ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics is set for Friday, July 23, but the Summer Games have already begun. The Japanese softball team opened the long-delayed sporting extravaganza Tuesday night with an 8-1 victory over Australia. This week, D.C.-area bars and restaurants will start offering specials for sports fans who want to follow the action away from home. Here’s a look at five businesses advertising deals, with more to follow. This list will be updated as Eater learns of more specials. NBC’s full schedule of live streams and TV broadcasts can be found here. Want to share more deals?…
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Our readers share their picks for Best of the North Fork in food and drink

If the results of our readers’ choice poll for Best of the North Fork is any indication, our readers like to start their days off in Mattituck with breakfast at Love Lane Kitchen or a sweet treat at nearby North Fork Doughnut Co. When they’re feeling healthy, they might head a bit farther east for a juice at The Giving Room in Southold or to pick up produce at Sang Lee Farms in Peconic. The Best of the North Fork results are in and we’re happy to report our readers have great taste. For the month of July we asked…
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5 things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news this week

Jewish Food Festival in MequonThe Peltz Center for Jewish Life in Mequon is holding its annual Jewish Food Festival from noon to 7 p.m. Aug. 1 and 2 in Rotary Park, 4100 W. Highland Road, Mequon.The menu features the Israeli falafel and shwarma, pastrami and turkey sandwiches, matzah ball soup, stuffed cabbage rolls, knish and kugel, with a dessert menu of sweet pastries with European origins, such as babka, turnovers and a chocolate rugelach. The Sunday dinner special is a smoked brisket sandwich, and the Monday dinner special is glazed beef ribs, both served from 5 to 7 p.m.Enjoy live music, a…
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