Being Vegan in Dallas: the Top Spots to Try

The vegan culinary scene in Dallas is rapidly growing. With more people giving up their favorite dairy, egg and meat products in favor of a plant-based lifestyle, the culinary world has been dropped onto a moving treadmill and forced to adapt. Vegan alternatives have now been absorbed heartily into dishes ranging from your standard American burger to the universally cherished Mexican taco. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the places that have done it best.
Vegan tacos at Nuno’s. Anisha Holla This Tex-Mex fusion joint is serving options that reach far beyond the typical Mexican fare.

Richer people eating more at Applebee’s, IHOP, more affordable places

A view of the Applebee’s Bar + Grill restaurant at 7345 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, in June 2019. (Provided Photo/Google Street View) by: Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business Posted: Aug 9, 2022 / 04:52 PM EST / Updated: Aug 9, 2022 / 04:52 PM EST (CNN) — Cash-strapped consumers are starting to trade down, swapping higher-priced goods for more affordable alternatives.
That’s good news for Applebee’s and IHOP.
In the three months ending June 30, sales at the two chains, which are both owned by Dine Brands, grew about 6% to 8% among households earning over $75,000 per year, according to Dine Chief Executive Officer John Peyton.

Chef’s Table with Fishtown Pickle Project

Niki Toscani and Mike Sicinski are a pickle power couple.

State of play: The husband-and-wife team are the owners of Fishtown Pickle Project, where they have been selling small-batch jars of pickles since in 2018.

They moved to a larger space in the same Northeast Philadelphia site earlier this year, hired more staff and invested in new equipment.
The move, they say, allows them to double — or triple — their pickle output and help grow their retail partnerships.

We asked Niki and Mike a few questions for our culinary advice series, Chef’s Table:

Must-have tool in your home kitchen:

Niki: I love the microplane for fruit zest and cheese toppings.

Woman Bashes Grocery Store High Prices, Saying It Cost Her $36 to Make a Chicken Sandwich

Depending on where you’re going out to eat, it’s almost always cheaper to just make food at home for yourself instead. Sofi reports that cooking at home is almost always more affordable than going out to eat depending on the types of groceries you’re getting versus where you’re going out to eat.Article continues below advertisementPlus there’s the added benefit of knowing exactly what’s going into your food: you pick the proteins, the carbs, the veggies. You pick the brands that you like, the sauces, the butter (if you’re using that) everything.

Jersey City Restaurants Are Just as Good as Anything in NYC. Here’s Where To Go.

Jersey City Restaurants Are Just as Good as Anything in NYC. Here’s Where To Go.

Jersey City, New Jersey, has long been overshadowed by its more famous neighbor. And I get it: New York City is bigger with more to experience and more people to meet – not to mention there are way more restaurants, many of which have been crowned among the best in the world. But let’s not overlook the underdog.

Jersey City, though small in comparison to New York City, is crowded with some of the most interesting food in the United States.

The Best Weight Loss Programs of 2022

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Are you finding yourself at the crossroads of managing your busy life but wanting to be healthy? One size does not fit all when it comes to finding the best weight-loss programs. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to figure out which program is best for you.

HSC Food Program: 214,000 meals served

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The Hillsboro City Schools Tomahawk Food Truck is pictured at a past Summer Kick-off event held on the former school site off West Main Street.
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It has served more than 214,000 meals in its first five years and the Hillsboro City Schools Tomahawk Food Truck Summer Food Program will be back at it again this year, serving lunches weekdays at 18 different locations, plus breakfast at Hillsboro High School.
In addition to a new vehicle that will be unveiled at the program’s kick-off event on May 27 at the central office (former high school) location off West Main Street, there will be one other notable change to the program this year.

Building a Better CLE: Community Cupboard helps eliminate food insecurity in West Park and Kamm’s Corners

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The Community Cupboard at West Park United Church of Christ serves hundreds of people in West Park and Kamm’s Corners.Far too many families in these neighborhoods have to worry about feeding themselves and their families. One in three people in Kamm’s Corners lives at or below the poverty level.The organization works tirelessly to ease the worries of these people in need. Sara Jovanovic, the pantry coordinator, said the pantry has grown from a tiny cupboard to a large room filled with food.

Study: Ultra-processed foods linked to increased risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease

(Natural News) A study has found that a higher intake of ultra-processed foods is linked to a significantly higher risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
This is according to a groundbreaking study conducted by researchers from around the world and published by the BMJ, a leading peer-reviewed medical journal.
Over three million Americans have IBD, a group of inflammatory gastrointestinal conditions, with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis being the most prominent of these conditions.