DAE’S Beckles Opens Cafe For Everyday People

TAMPA, FL – Ian Beckles is best known for what he says.

The former Buc has plenty to talk about when it comes to Tampa sports, considering he’s called the area home for over three decades.

“Listen, when I got here ( on the Bucs) in 1990, we were not a good sports town,” said Beckles. “That’s not a debatable fact, we can’t debate that because we had the Bucs…and the Bucs. And we sucked. Now, you fast-forward to 2021, there’s very few better sports towns in the country.”

The 95.3 DAE host does more than just sports. He promotes

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Two Dozen People Are Sick After Eating at This Popular Fast-Food Chain

Almost 25 people have reported symptoms of food poisoning after receiving food from or visiting one Subway location in Idaho, according to the Southwest District Health (SWDH).

Individuals who reported symptoms visited the fast-food sandwich restaurant in Caldwell between March 16 and March 19. SWDH determined that the store was following all advice and guidelines after an inspection. Though the location has since taken steps to stop the spread of the virus, no specifics were mentioned by SWDH. (Related: The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now)

So far, one positive case of norovirus has been confirmed. Norovirus accounts

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20 Old School Recipes That People Used to Actually Eat

It’s easy to forget that people from the past were just that: people. It’s difficult to imagine that they enjoyed engaging in leisure activities and had all of the same trappings of humanity that we do. That they fell in love, became jealous, got constipated, and even fancied delicious food. However, food offerings have indubitably changed a lot over time.

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A lot of that has to do with the availability of ingredients. If something wasn’t endemic to your area, it’s not like you could very well just go and experiment with it in the kitchen, as

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Top 10 Cares program looks to rescue Detroit restaurants, feed people

 The Detroit Free Press/Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers Top 10 Cares program is kicking off the third round of its Rescue Detroit Restaurants + Feed the Community initiative today, with a goal of raising $100,000 to feed people in need and support local restaurants hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic. 

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More:Detroit publicist galvanized a team of Food Fighters to feed growing need amid COVID-19

Since its April 2020 inception, the Top 10 Cares program has raised more than $377,000 — and delivered nearly 19,000  meals to

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People upset after white food blogger calls noodle dish ‘pho’

Tieghan Gerard, the creator of the popular food blog Half Baked Harvest, found herself in hot water after posting a “quick” noodle recipe that she incorrectly called “pho.”

The popular recipe creator shared a noodle soup recipe to her blog titled “Weeknight ginger pho ga (Vietnamese chicken soup)” in February. The recipe, as many pointed out, was not really pho — instead, it was more of a quick noodle dish with caramelized chicken and a “sweet, spicy, tangy sesame chile sauce.”

Immediately, Gerard’s fans began to criticize the inappropriate title on Instagram. Some commenters explained that pho shouldn’t be

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