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The family states Marion is their home after their parents were refugees from Southeast Asia.

“Our parents nearly lost everything during the Secret War and when our home was taken from us, our parents sought refuge in America and chose to bring us to Marion, North Carolina,” they said in a statement.

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The Secret War was a civil war in Laos that was waged between the Communist Pathet Lao and the Royal Lao government from 1959 to 1975. It took place during the same time as the Vietnam War and

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This Olive Oil Cake is a crowd-pleaser, no matter the size of the crowd you’re serving | Food

As the weather warms and more of our family, friends and neighbors get vaccinated, there’s reason for small (safe) celebrations. And what’s a celebration without cake?

I’m not talking about towering, fussy layered cakes with buttercream frosting that are best saved for birthday parties or anniversary celebrations, but instead those easy, go-to snacking cakes you can whip up the morning before you host your first small backyard get-together in over a year. Extra points if it’s the kind of cake your guests can pick up with their hands and eat without utensils, brushing stray crumbs into the grass. 

Every good

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Seattle’s original espresso bar is still serving up coffee, charm & community

If you walk down the Ave and you’re not paying attention, you may miss the sandwich board sign directing you to Cafe Allegro. Hidden down the alley anchored by Magus Books and MOD Pizza is the unassuming coffee shop, a perfect example of not judging a book by its cover — or a cafe by its weathered signage.

Cafe Allegro is Seattle’s oldest espresso bar, established in the University District in 1975. Dave Olsen opened the business with a menu of quality espresso drinks before expanding to more beverages and pastries from local businesses. Their beans are imported from

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Pizzeria Da Gloria Is Serving St. Louis’ Best Neapolitan Pizzas | Cafe | St. Louis | St. Louis News and Events

Of the many vibrant characters along Joe Kurowski’s pizza-making journey, none are as vivid as Baffo. A 50-year-old Neapolitan pizzaiolo nicknamed for his prominent mustache, Baffo made dough every morning at Italy’s famed Pizzeria Dal Presidente, refusing to measure anything and calculating the mixing time by his cigarette breaks. He was an absolute genius.

Kurowski found himself working alongside this mustachioed gent after landing in Naples for a friend’s wedding. Having left the practice of law a short time prior, Kurowski was sure that he wanted to become a professional pizzaiolo, so he set out to Brooklyn and the famed

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New food truck serving up Cajun favorites

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BERNE, Ind. (WANE) — A new food truck is hitting the streets of Adams, Wells and Jay counties to serve up classic Cajun dishes.

Cajun Café food truck of Berne features popular Louisiana cuisine including gumbo, crawfish etouffee, jambalaya, red beans and rice, crawfish pies and catfish po’boys. The entrees are all under $10.

René LeBlanc owns the truck with his wife, Rena LeBlanc. René is a southern Louisiana native with more than 20 years of experience as a Cajun chef.

The couple

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The Flaming Fish Serving Up Dishes for Lent

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Spectrum News has been traveling around Western New York this Lenten season, looking for the best fish fry.

This week, it’s The Flaming Fish restaurant on Main Street in downtown Buffalo.

People probably know The Flaming Fish food truck but at the end of last year, they opened their first storefront and they’re serving up some delicious dishes.

Spectrum News got a behind-the-scenes look at their production earlier this week.

And as you can imagine, they have a lot of meatless options for your Friday. From the traditional fried haddock, to catfish, shrimp, and more. 

They can

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