Dave’s Hot Chicken opens Thursday in Dearborn plus more restaurant and food news

Restaurant and food news

Dave’s Hot Chicken opens in Dearborn: Los Angeles-based fried chicken restaurant Dave’s Hot Chicken is opening its first Michigan location Thursday in Dearborn. Expect crispy fried chicken sliders and tenders with customizable heat levels, plus mac and cheese, slaw and crinkle-cut fries. Spice levels go from light mild to “reaper,” which requires diners to sign waiver before consuming. The chain was founded by chef Dave Kopushyan and some friends in 2017 and has quickly gained a following and now has famous investors including Drake, Samuel L. Jackson, Maria Shriver and Michael Strahan. 22208 Michigan, Dearborn. (313)

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Expo 2020 Dubai: UAE encourages people to adopt a healthy diet on World Food Day – News

Officials sign letter of intent that aims to improve public’s nutritional intake and enhance food systems.

The UAE is stepping up its efforts to encourage people to adopt a healthy diet and create sustainable food sources for the community.

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Marking World Food Day at Expo 2020 Dubai, top officials from the government, Emirates Nature-WWF, and the UN on Saturday signed a ‘letter of intent’ that aims to improve the public’s nutritional intake and enhance the country’s food systems.

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Spooky drinks, a restaurant reopens, and more Pittsburgh food news | Food | Pittsburgh

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Sushi being prepared at the newly opened Sushi Kim 2 on Smithfield Street in Downtown PIttsburgh

Inner Groove Brewing

751 E. Railroad Ave., Verona.
Inner Groove Brewing, based in Verona, is opening a second location in Pittsburgh’s Allentown neighborhood, bringing a new tap room and a beer garden between the South Side Slopes and Mount Washington. The spot is still currently in the renovation stage, but beer fans can stay updated by browsing their Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as subscribing to their

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4 News Now Extreme Team to give Cleone’s Closet and Food Pantry a makeover

The Extreme Team is back with another project! 

Mark Peterson and his team of helpers will give Cleone’s Closet and Food Pantry a much-needed facelift. 

This wonderful non-profit helps the West Plains community by providing access to healthy and nutritious foods. 

The City of Airway Heights is considered a Level 2 food desert. A food desert happens when fresh fruits, vegetables and other healthy whole foods are difficult to find because of unavailability, affordability, distance or limited shopping options. 

Cleone’s works to create a happier and healthier local community. 

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New Focus on Collecting Heart Healthy Food Pantry Items / Public News Service

RICHMOND, Va. – Demand at Virginia food banks has skyrocketed during the pandemic, and a new effort aims to get these community lifelines fully stocked with healthier items.

Ahead of the Richmond Heart Walk, the American Heart Association is collecting nutritious, nonperishable foods to deliver to local food pantries in the Tri-Cities area. Research has shown that food insecurity can lead to hypertension and diabetes, risk factors for heart disease.

Xiomara Encarnacion, Latinx outreach coordinator at the Chesterfield Food Bank, said finding healthy, affordable food for the region’s growing Hispanic and Latino population can be difficult.

“It’s very

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Food news: Starkville doughnut shop offers tasty treats

As my family explores the culinary landscape of the Golden Triangle, we’d like to share some of the highlights of our journeys.

The past few weeks, we have visited newly opened stores, received information on ground-breakings and store openings. We’d love to hear from you too. If you know of a place within an hour’s drive of the Golden Triangle that is family friendly and worth the visit, email me at [email protected].

This week, we’ll touch on some food adventures in Starkville.

After a busy morning of cross-country races and rec league soccer games, we visited the Cotton

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Mama Ning’s Brings Thai to Watkinsville and More Food News

MAMA NING’S THAI (2 S. Main St., Watkinsville, 706-705-1012): You wouldn’t think that a Thai restaurant in Watkinsville would be good, even though the town does have some bright spots, and dining options have expanded. Even Athens only has limited Asian options whether east, west, north, south or central. Sure, there are plenty of places where you can get an OK curry or a simply executed stir-fry, but there’s not a ton beyond that. 

Mama Ning’s isn’t exactly uncalibrated to the Western European palate, but it is far better than it needs to be. Occupying the former Mirko Pasta space

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