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Cracklin' hot

NEW MARKET -- If there's anyone who knows what makes the perfect pork rind, it's Bill Stroupe. comments
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Author pens guide on homestead cooking

2014_10_03_Homestead_Carol3.jpg Most oddsmakers would've bet against Carol J. Alexander becoming a foodie. comments
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Barbecue joins the scene

2014_09_19_Bunny's_Pork1.jpg STRASBURG -- The early bird gets the worm, or in this case, pulls the pork. comments
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Thanks, but no thanks: Shoppers turn to frozen foods for guests who say no to meat

An array of vegan Thanksgiving Thanks to an array of healthy turkey alternatives, a traditional Thanksgiving feast no longer has to be a famine for people who do not eat meat. comments
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Eye on nutrition: New cafe aims to meet special dietary needs

Michelle O'Reilly shows off a basket of hot chili peppers STRASBURG -- Anyone who has ever had difficulty finding healthy food that caters to their food allergies is in for a sweet treat. comments
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Wood-oven cooking class will feature pizzas, appetizers

Kelley L. Miller holds a pizza fresh out of the oven FRONT ROYAL --Kelley L. Miller is hoping now that she's designed a better wood fire oven, people will beat a path to her door. comments
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'Experience India': Two of Virginia's newest winemakers bring the taste of their native land to the table

Pandit and Sudha Patil stand inside the tasting room AMISSVILLE -- The motto, "experience India ... taste Virginia," unites the past and present for the owners of Narmada Winery in Rappahannock County, who pair Indian food with their own award-winning Virginia wine. comments
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Rivers West: Barbecue sauce is locally manufactured and sold

A bottle of Rivers West Bar-B-Q sauce FRONT ROYAL -- If anyone told local businessman Richard "Rick" Rutherford two years ago that his barbecue sauce would take off like wildfire, he wouldn't have believed it. comments
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Local farmer uses environmentally friendly practices


EDINBURG -- On a hillside off of Swover Creek Road, snorts and snuffles can be heard coming from the woods. A couple dozen of Jordan Green's pigs are sleeping away a near-triple-digit day in the shade of the trees. comments
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Crabill's Meats announces the return of cloth bologna

1Crabills.jpg TOMS BROOK-- In a recent advertisement for Crabill's Retail Store in Toms Brook, the establishment announced with enthusiasm that cloth bologna is back. comments

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