Combining pork, pulses, and sorghum makes for a delicious and nutritious meal

Learn how combining healthy foods can help you get the most out of your meals.

ST. LOUIS — March is National Nutrition Month and in honor of the month, Registered Dietitian Tara Todd is sharing a powerful pairing you’ll want to add to your kitchen. When we think of healthy food, we often think of individual ingredients. Tara is sharing that there is even more power in how good foods can work well together.

Tara says that when you think about how we are supposed to be eating, we need to combine multiple food groups. Because different foods contain different

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Restart Flint grant helps popular food truck prepare for another busy season

FLINT, Michigan — The Mr. Prince Gourmet Food Truck is more than just a growing and popular Flint business — it also honors part of the city’s history. 

In the 1960s, a man who everyone knew as Mr. Prince had a famous hot tamale spot on Jamieson Street. He had the business until 1979 when he decided to retire, but it left a lasting impression on the city.

“I grew up in the Flint area, and in fact, it was like, about six houses away from the family business … a store kind of set in between right in the

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International cafe taking over former Village Burger restaurant in Liverpool

A community cafe known for a global menu of Peruvian, Italian and American dishes is making a move to continue its mission of giving back to families in Central New York and around the world.

Hope Cafe and Tea House, currently located on Vine Street across from The Retreat in the village of Liverpool, is moving to space formerly occupied by Village Burger on Old Liverpool Road. They hope to open the new location on May 1.

Hope Cafe had to call off their move to downtown Syracuse last year due to the pandemic, which almost put them completely out

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St. Patrick’s Day take-out options Cleveland and Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND — Hard to believe, but Wednesday marks the second St. Patrick’s Day to occur during the COVID-19 pandemic.

While many restaurants and bars are open in Northeast Ohio for in-person dining, many patrons still aren’t ready to eat indoors. If you want to get in the spirit of the holiday and eat some of the best corned beef and fixings in our area while supporting local, takeout is a great option. 

Below, you will find a list of some of our favorite places around Cleveland to get your fix of St. Patrick’s Day food. 

Downtown Cleveland

Flannery’s Pub

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How Do You Feed A Puppet? Waffles + Mochi Figured It Out

Samin Nosrat offers a bite to Waffles (not pictured: Waffles’s internal “esophagus” mechanism that’s connected to a doggy bag).
Photo: Adam Rose/Netflix

How do you feed a puppet?

That was the first question that came to mind as I watched Waffles + Mochi, Netflix’s delightful new children’s series made by Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions. A giddy, energetic mix of Sesame Street and Salt Fat Acid Heat, the show’s ten episodes follow the titular Waffles and Mochi (a waffle-yeti hybrid and a sentient sticky-rice ball, respectively) as they travel the world learning about different foods and

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Designers Weigh In on Seriously Updating Your Kitchen and Bath

Kitchen and bathrooms are some of the hardest working spaces in our homes, so why not promote them with some glitzy new updates? Three industry experts—a designer, an architect, and a marketer—share how to select the best bath fixtures, smarten up your dressing area, and outfit even the tiniest of kitchens. See their advice below, and also check out our picks for the best new kitchen and bath fixtures, appliances, and finishes.

How To Kit Out Your Tiny Kitchen

According to Kate Oliver, cofounder of The Modern Caravan and Airstream renovator extraordinaire

It’s really important to think about how you

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