Culinary Tour

Hey, people of Tampa! Carlos Hernandez here with a brand-new Tampa Daily.

In this issue, you’ll learn about a goat rescue, local rooftop bars raising money for victims of Hurricane Ida, a new Asian food hall coming to Tampa, a Tampa woman featured on The Food Network, and more. Now, let’s get started.

First, today’s weather: Rain until evening. High: 86 Low: 76.

Here are the top stories in Tampa today:

1. Firefighters in Hudson rescued a goat from a 30-foot sinkhole on Sunday. It is the 6th sinkhole rescue this year from the High Springs Fire Department. The

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Flavor preferences have shifted over the course of the coronavirus pandemic. Classic, nostalgic comfort foods dominated consumer desires when lockdowns began and persisted through 2021, but more shoppers are seeking more adventurous foods in 2022. According to this year’s Frito-Lay Summer Snack Index, 41% of consumers report they would choose interesting flavor combinations such as spicy and sweet over familiar flavors.

“During the summer, people explore new activities, new places and enjoy new flavors of snacks as they attend more outdoor gatherings,” said Mike Del Pozzo, chief customer officer for Frito-Lay

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Author’s note: Given data limitations, the author conducted most analyses about Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders as one combined group, except where noted. The author uses “AAPI” to refer collectively to people who are Asian, are Native Hawaiian, or belong to other Pacific Islander populations. The author uses “NHOPI” when referring to individuals who identify as Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander and “Asian” when referring to individuals who identify as Asian or Asian American.

The Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community is a vibrant, diverse, and growing segment of the U.S. population. Yet despite

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(NEXSTAR) – Hungry for a bit of nostalgia?

Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips, a quick-service restaurant chain that once boasted over 800 locations around the country, is being relaunched as part of a virtual restaurant concept spearheaded by Nathan’s Famous.

In bringing the brand back, Nathan’s Famous initially plans to offer the Arthur Treacher’s menu at ghost-kitchen locations, many of which will be offering items from other restaurant brands in the Nathan’s Famous “portfolio.”

Nathan’s has also “revamped” the traditional Arthur Treacher’s menu to feature “upgraded proteins” and put more

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NEW BRAUNFELS — In the parking lot of Ducky’s Swimwear & T-Shirts in New Braunfels, chef Christelle Chalmers looks out the window of a green and white trailer the size of a walk-in closet, just big enough for her Haitian-Asian fusion operation called Christelle’s Culinary Corner.

On alternating days, the trailer for rent hosts the Cajun Cookery and a sandwich vendor called Jack’s Italian Beef. But on Mondays and Tuesdays, it belongs to Christelle’s, with food prepared by a chef who was born in New York City, brought up in Haiti and traveled as a Christian missionary to Ethiopia, Puerto

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The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee on Sunday for the Food City Dirt Race, marking the first time in more than 50 years the premier series has implemented a dirt course.

Let’s dig into the odds, driver to beat, and where others are trending.

Driver Odds
Kyle Larson +150
Christopher Bell +400
Austin Dillon +800
Chase Briscoe +800
Chase Elliott +1000
Stewart Friesen +1000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +1200
Kyle Busch +1400
Ryan Blaney +1500
Bubba Wallace +1800
Tyler Reddick +1800
Alex Bowman +2000
Denny Hamlin +2000
Field – All Drivers Not Listed +2000
Martin Truex
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