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The Galveston County Daily News : Food

September 1, 2014

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Food pairings, beer tasting, pub crawl all part of 5th annual beer festival

GALVESTON — If this weren’t already the Year of the Beer in Galveston, thanks to the new Galveston Island Brewing Co., the recently opened Stuttgarden Tavern beer garden and the always-hopping Beerfoot Brewery brew pub, the Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival would seal the deal.

  • icon Posted: August 27

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Wednesday 08/20/2014
Movie reveals mouthwatering images of French and Indian food
Posted: August 20, 2014

Many of the moviegoers who have flocked to see “The Hundred-Foot Journey” have left the theater hungry, their appetites whetted by scenes of food being prepared and presented at two very different establishments, one a very formal French restaurant and the other an exuberant Indian one.

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Wednesday 08/13/2014
Send children to school with healthier lunch options
Posted: August 13, 2014

Shopping for school supplies is a time-honored ritual with students and parents on the hunt for the perfect notebooks and markers.

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Wednesday 08/06/2014
Forage for seedy, tart, tough-skinned mustang grapes
Updated: August 07, 2014 - 8:09 pm

Even in the manicured suburbs of the Gulf Coast, it’s not uncommon to find wild grapevines that are identical to the ones that grew when the native Karankawas were the only inhabitants of the area.

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A new take on the old s’mores
Posted: August 06, 2014

HOUSTON — After more than 100 years, it’s no secret that the Girl Scouts have perfected the art of making s’mores.

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Sunday 08/03/2014
League City chef comes up short on Food Network show
Updated: August 04, 2014 - 11:56 am

LEAGUE CITY -- She did a better job promoting her Lone Star Kitchen concept, but chuck-wagon cook Lenny McNab beat out Sarah Penrod to make the finals of Food Network Star. 

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Wednesday 07/30/2014
Crops across state bounce back with an exceptional year
Updated: August 01, 2014 - 10:02 pm

You don’t need an odometer to know when you’ve driven 150 miles inland. The air gets a tiny bit drier, the terrain starts to undulate, and in the summer, the roadside pickups selling watermelons give way to fruit stands selling peaches somewhere near that mile marker.

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League City's Penrod makes final 4 on ‘Food Network Star’
Updated: July 30, 2014 - 10:56 am

LEAGUE CITY — After she hammed it up with talk show host Rachael Ray while talking about her take on taco soup, Sarah Penrod was feeling pretty good about her chances of advancing to the next round of “Food Network Star.”

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Wednesday 07/23/2014
Blogger tweaks classic recipes, turns them into cookbooks
Updated: July 24, 2014 - 10:41 pm

Seventh-generation Texan Lisa Fain adapted well to her new home in New York City.

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