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When the season gives you cauliflower, roast, broil, grill and stir-fry it

What’s in season: With colors ranging from pale orange to bright violet, even green, there’s a whole world of cauliflower to be found beyond the common white staple. Look for Romanesco cauliflower (also called Romanesco broccoli), a pale green variety originally from northern Italy and known for...

The Daily Meal

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North Korean defector rewarded with lifetime supply of chocolate pies

North Korean defector rewarded with lifetime supply of chocolate pies

A North Korean soldier who successfully defected to South Korea last month survived multiple surgeries, and when he woke up he said the first thing he wanted to eat was a Choco Pie. Now he has been rewarded with a lifetime supply of them. According to Reuters, 24-year-old Oh Chong Song was shot...

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Looking for more craft beer in the South Bay area? Head to the new State Brewing Co.

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