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Big Interesting Food, S.1,E.3

Big Interesting Food, S.1,E.3

In celebration of the creepiest, spookiest, scariest, screamiest, most terrifying, ghost-filled, monster-packed, gleefully gruesome time of year, this third installment of Big Interesting Food (BIF) is dedicated to Halloween in all its fiendishly frightening glory.

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Ice Cream Sunday

Ice Cream Sunday

I couldn't resist. When I got invited to a tour of Turkey Hill ice cream plant in Conestoga, Pennsylvania with a few fellow bloggers, I just couldn't resist going - I mean honestly - who could resist the promise of free ice cream?

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Big Interesting Food, S1., E.2

Big Interesting Food, S1., E.2

In celebration of the Fourth of July as well as the long, lazy days of summer ahead, it's only right that this installment of Big Interesting Food be dedicated to the cuisine of the season. And what says summer and/or Independence Day more than freedom dogs featuring mustard calligraphy, U.S.-geography-shaped steak, flaming summer salad, American fajitas, patriotic Jello shots and some refreshing white sangria?

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Sesqui-Centennial

Sesqui-Centennial

Check out Jane Adams late-night road trip to Gettysburg for dinner with her family and the review she gives for a local restaurant and two other fun stops along the way, making the dinner trip a night of fun in Gettysburg.

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Bacon and Mac & Cheese Pie

Bacon and Mac & Cheese Pie

How do you kick off a brand-new web column about big and/or interesting food? That's right – bake a homemade bacon and macaroni & cheese pie; mix together pebble-y fruit cereal, marshmallows, Devil's Food Cake, frosting and sprinkles; and invent two never-before-invented adult beverages.

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Roy Pitz Brewery

Roy Pitz Brewery

Read about the great tastes and reviews from Jane Adams' visit to Roy Pitz Brewery in Chambersburg.

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Salty Sweet

Salty Sweet

Salty sweet snacks are the ultimate marriage of decadent opposites. In addition, recipes for salty sweet confections are becoming more popular. Check out this recipe for salted caramel sauce and see some different dishes that you can serve it with.

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Veteran Chef Honors the Fundamentals of His Profession

Veteran Chef Honors the Fundamentals of His Profession

You cannot always tell a book by its cover. However, in this case, the unadorned façade of the Hershey Road Family Restaurant betrays the nature of the food that is served within and the people responsible for it. That would be the Levy family, headed by owner and chef Scott Levy.

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20 Cool Sips

20 Cool Sips

For a few laughs with some good company over a couple of great drinks, there really is only one place to go outside of Philly or NYC – Downtown Harrisburg. In celebration of the wide selection of spots to enjoy an adult beverage, all within walking distance, Harrisburg Magazine took a recent tour of Downtown Harrisburg in search of the popular, aesthetically appealing and palate-pleasing alcoholic concoctions.

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Washington Crossing

Washington Crossing

This past Monday was President’s Day and I could think of no better way to honor George Washington than to visit the Fraunces Tavern which is a historic building which was built in 1719, and now resides smack in the middle of New York City’s Financial District.

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