For Tara Zinser, turning 22 was made even more special by Willow — a 14-week-old chocolate labrador retriever she adopted the morning of June 28, her birthday.

Later that afternoon, Zinser and Willow headed over to Seventh Son Brewing Co. not only to celebrate Zinser’s birthday but also it was the first time her friends Emily Fulk and Derek Brady took their 14-week-old black Goldendoodle puppy, Hazel, out for drinks.

2021 officially marks almost three years of enjoying pet-friendly patios in Columbus, after legislation went into effect in 2018 allowing restaurants to welcome dogs to their outdoor dining spaces, bringing 

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A platter of hot, crispy fried chicken is one of the most popular comfort foods — and it’s equally enjoyed during all seasons, especially with an array of sides like coleslaw, corn and biscuits.

Fried chicken is so much a common thread in our shared food culture that in recent years fast food chains have vied for the attention of fans with trending menu items ranging from the Popeyes Spicy Chicken Sandwich to the Wendy’s spicy chicken nuggets.

Is it any surprise that this dish is so beloved that it gets its own holiday? National Fried Chicken Day is Tuesday,

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Melons have been linked to a Salmonella Braenderup outbreak that has affected 200 people in more than 10 countries.

Patients have been reported in Denmark, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Canada and Switzerland. Illnesses started in late March.

Czech Republic and Spain have also recorded recent Salmonella Braenderup infections but it is not yet clear if they belong to this outbreak.

Three melon types from 3 countries implicated
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) reported that the source is thought to be whole honeydew, cantaloupe and galia melons from Costa Rica, Honduras or Brazil.

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Last week, the trilogue negotiations reached the finishing line of the reform of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), that will remain in force until 2027 (entry into force in 2023). Early next year, National Strategic Plans will be approved, closing the curtain on the reform process.

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Representatives from the main European institutions, the Commission, the Parliament, and the Council discussed their respective positions on the regulatory texts for the next Common Agricultural Policy. Unfortunately, the outccome is inconsistent with the EU Commission’s Green Deal strategies (Farm2Fork and Biodiversity) and it jeopardizes the environmental

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Enjoy an evening with Maneet Chauhan, notable chef, Indian culinary educator, and Food Network star who will be providing a culinary tour of India through recipes from her new book: Chaat: Recipes from the Kitchens, Markets, and Railways of India.

The Saffron Valley Restaurant Group and Elle Marketing and Events are excited to announce a unique Dinner and Wine Pairing Experience with honored guest Maneet Chauhan on July 2 at 6:00 pm located at Saffron Valley-Avenues, 26 E Street East.

Enjoy an evening with Maneet Chauhan, notable chef, Indian culinary educator, and Food Network star who will be providing a

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TV presenter James Corden has been called out over a racially insensitive joke five years ago on The Late Late Show that mocked “horrific” foods like pig blood curds, chicken feet, and fish smoothies.

While the talk show host recently told Howard Stern his program would no longer use the foods in “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts”, the activist behind the cancel campaign is demanding an on-air apology and payments to Asian Americans.

Californian Kim Saira, 24, began #CancelSpillYourGuts after her TikTok video calling the 2016 segment with Jimmy Kimmel “racist af” went viral with 416,000 views and

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