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Wednesday, 05 July 2017 09:31

Maine’s fine festival dining

Summer in Maine means some delicious celebrations

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Penobscot Theatre Company presents fun, heartfelt one-woman show

Published in Happenings

If you’ve spent any time watching English celebrity chef Robert Irvine’s programs on Food Network or his daily talk show on The CW – “The Robert Irvine Show” - you’ve probably gathered that his focus is on fitness. 

Published in Livin'
Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:58

‘Eight Flavors’ a tasty treat

Book explores American cuisine’s foundational flavors

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ORONO The University of Maine Cooperative Extension offers advice for gardeners who seek to contribute to their community by donating extra produce.

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NEW YORK The kitchen hums with activity. Rachana Rimal is at one table, making momos, the traditional dumplings from her native Nepal. Next to her, Iraqi immigrant Dhuha Jasif mixes some pureed eggplant for baba ghanouj. Containers of adas, a lentil stew from the East African nation of Eritrea, sit on a counter.

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Wednesday, 30 March 2016 11:52

Calorie labels on menus delayed again

WASHINGTON Wondering how many calories are in that restaurant hamburger? You may not be able to find out until 2017.

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On the eve of the Oct. 22 season 12 premiere of the Food Network's highly rated 'Restaurant Impossible,' fearless chef and restaurateur Robert Irvine took some time to talk about the show and his new book 'Fit Fuel: A Chef's Guide to Eating Well, Getting Fit and Living Your Best Life.'

A virtual poster boy for becoming (and staying) fit in a sedentary world of culinary temptations, Irvine has a two word philosophy for healthy living: 'No excuses.'

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 11:56

Locally grown feasts

The holidays are just around the corner, with Thanksgiving leading the parade. Food, family and friends are our ways of keeping the dark and cold at bay during the long winter months. Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas treats and New Year's celebrations are fun, and typically filled with fancy foods of all kind. But from where?

Many local farms can provide you with the fixings for any of your favorite holiday traditions. Though you may think that buying farm-fresh is a summer activity, it's something you can incorporate easily into your holiday traditions.

Published in Cover Story
Thursday, 11 July 2013 10:46

Arts in the Park

BELFAST - Next weekend, July 13 to 14, Belfast will hold its annual Arts in the Park festival. The event will be held in the Heritage Park nestled right on the banks of the Passagassawakeag River. Sailboats and dinghies dotting Belfast Bay make up the backdrop. In its 18th year, the festival promises a day long activities, art, music and food. It's a great event to visit with family and kids or solo, for the day or a quick visit.

This year the Arts in the Park Committee and Jury selected 85 applicants out of the pool of artists that submitted work for showing. Many different medias are represented. From paintings and photography, to jewelry, craft objects and recycled goods, there is something to pique everyone's interest. There will be clothing and bags, glasses and jugs. Purchase something as a gift, or get a souvenir.

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