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Arethusa Farm Dairy co-founder George Malkemus dies at 67

George Malkemus, who co-founded Bantam-based Arethusa Farm Dairy with partner Tony Yurgaitis, died Thursday after a long illness, Arethusa representatives announced Friday. He was 67. "It is with a heavy heart that we tell you our beloved George Malkemus passed away yesterday evening at his home in New York City...
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Monongahela Farmers Market continues to be a local favorite

As far as Fred McConn can remember, he’s been taking fresh produce grown on his 50-acre Harden Family Farm to the Monongahela Farmers Market for about 15 years. With help from his wife, Sheila, family and friends, he loads his 16-foot box truck with everything from collards, kale and cabbage to corn, tomatoes, green beans and more.
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Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream will bring coffee, cocktails and, of course, ice cream to The Grove next year

A popular St. Louis-area ice cream shop is expanding. As first reported by St. Louis Magazine, Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream, which first opened in Webster Groves, Missouri, in 2003, plans to open a new location at 4400 Manchester Ave. in The Grove. The new scoop shop will be located on the ground floor of Gateway Lofts, right across the street from Urban Chestnut's Grove Bierhall.
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Houston Porter: music and restaurants, help for a local business and ‘Burning Ham’

It’s not too late to get your tickets for the 2021 Burning Ham event at Penngrove Park, from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Admission gets each guest 10 tasting tickets and one drink ticket, with additional single taste tickets available for purchase. Along with great ribs, pork, side dishes, desserts and beer and wine, there will be live music and games at the event, with all proceeds going to a great cause. For those looking for a VIP experience, the VIP ticket gets you into the shaded VIP area, with food sampling buffet from all the competitors plus two drink tickets to use at the private beer and wine bar. Additionally, for those in a generous mood, you can purchase a dinner for a family in need as well as a “Take a kid back to school shopping” ticket through the event’s website at Presented by the Active 20-30 Club, all proceeds go to help youth in our community.
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Ice cream, burger and pizza restaurants proposed in west Carmel

Three restaurants in one building are proposed on 1.15 acres of vacant land on the southwest corner of Michigan Road and Weston Pointe Boulevard in west Carmel. Plans have been filed with the City of Carmel to construct a building to house Woodgrain Pizza, That Burger Joint and Oberweis Ice Cream & Dairy Store, which are all owned by the same parent company.

Dish & Drink KC: a deli unlike any other opens in the Crossroads, plus a new ice cream shop on Troost

At first glance, King G (500 East 18th Street) appears to be a solid spot for a bite. Its menu features an enviable craft beer and natural wine selection and a fun, approachable menu of sandwiches and snacks inspired by deli classics created by James Beard-nominated chef Howard Hanna. But then you walk in the door and it quickly becomes obvious that this is a lot more than a sandwich shop.

This Week In Portland Food News: Gado Gado Reopens Today, Cafe Reina Says Goodbye, and Nacheaux Plans A Food Hall

In this week's batch of food news, Gado Gado reopens with a new rice table tasting menu, former Oregon Ducks football player Randall Willhite opens Poboyz Cajun Creole Kitchen, and the team behind Nacheaux plots a food hall with a speakeasy and a dessert shop. Plus, Brass Tacks Sandwiches and Café Reina say goodbye. Read on for that and more culinary updates, plus events for this weekend, like the Tater Tot Festival. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.

The Untold Truth Of Jacques Torres

When Season 6 of Emmy-nominated amateur baking competition "Nailed It!" premieres on September 15 (via Variety), the award-winning master pastry chef Jacques Torres will be back to judge the calamitous concoctions of the contestants whom Torres also mentors. Torres is known as "one of the most renowned chocolatiers and pastry chefs in the world" (via CNN) and helms a chocolate-making empire based in Brooklyn, New York — in general, he is said to accumulate $6.13 million in sales per year according to Dun & Bradstreet. As well, Torres has been a fixture on foodie television since 1998. That's when he debuted his beloved public television series, "Dessert Circus" (per American Archive).

News Bites: Katherine Clapner Does Ice Cream and Mo’s Plancha Gets a Brick and Mortar

Welcome to SideDish’s weekly dispatch of need-to-know News Bites, from quiet closures to opening updates and everything in between—and back to coronavirus updates!. Mo’s Plancha Lands as Modest Rogers Kitchen and Bar. You may know him from his popular Mo’s Plancha Venezuelan-leaning pop-ups. Modesto “Mo” Rodriguez is opening his first...
Camden New Journal

Away from all the drama, Drury Lane’s Garden is a tranquil refuge

IT’S taken two years and £60m – but the restoration of Theatre Royal Drury Lane is a glorious smash hit. This London landmark, in the heart of Covent Garden, is the oldest theatre in continuous use anywhere in the world. Andrew Lloyd Webber bought it back in 2000 then put...
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Sweet, Sweet Solano: From Berkeley to Albany, sate your sugar jones

On Sept. 12, folks meandered up and down Solano Avenue, from Berkeley into Albany, during their favorite East Bay festivity—the Solano Stroll. While the event is now over for 2021, this may be just the moment for our own Solano Stroll, with stops along the way for some sweet treats. The shops listed below are stand-outs—but by no means our only options. So we’ll take our time, make new discoveries and while we’re at it, take home some deliciousness for friends and family.

Where to Chill Out in Phoenix With Dreamy, Creamy Frozen Treats

When the Valley’s sweltering temperatures reach above 110 degrees, there’s nothing better than a cold and refreshing treat. That is, if you’re brave enough to head outdoors. Whether it’s a classic cone, over-the-top milkshake, or an old-fashioned sundae, there’s no shortage of incredible ice cream shops in the Phoenix area....