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Local Restaurant Week Starts Next Week

The bi-annual bites bonanza is almost upon us, running from October 17th through the 23rd.
This fall, diners can chow down at restaurants all over the region, with a record number of places participating. Organizers expect more than 200 eateries of every ilk to offer dishes starting at $20.16 and some at $30.16.

Time to Perk Up: Today is National Coffee Day

How fitting that National Coffee Day follows yesterday’s National Drink Beer Day! You may need an extra-large Cup O’ Joe if you enjoyed too much suds.


Don't 'Leggo' These Eggo Waffles!

Have a box of Eggo Nutri Grain waffles in your freezer?
The Kellogg Company issued a voluntary recall yesterday for 10,000 cases of Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles because of listeria concerns. .

"Fowl" Times in WNY! Wings, Wings and MORE Wings!

Labor Day weekend may signal the unofficial finish to summer but for many fowl fans that date means it’s time to consume chicken wings of every size, taste, and style.

The 15th annual National Buffalo Wing Festival runs this weekend from noon – 9pm on Saturday and noon – 7pm the next day at Coca-Cola Field in downtown Buffalo.

Recap: Record Number of Eateries Dished at the 2016 Taste of Buffalo

Organizers say nearly a half million  hungry people converged on Delaware Avenue and Niagara Square this past weekend at the 33rd annual Taste of Buffalo.
If you’re still recovering from your food coma, as am I, here are the winners from the nation’s largest two-day food festival.

Audio Blog: Taste of Buffalo '16!

A record-setting number of eateries is setting up shop downtown for the annual Taste of Buffalo, which is serving up local flavors from eatreies, food trucks and breweries all over Western New York.  Listen in as Brenda 'bites' into it all!


TGIF is Sweeter than Ever: June 3rd is National Doughnut Day!

Did you know today is a “Hole-y Day”?
National Doughnut Day is celebrated annually on the first Friday in June?
This sweet tradition dates back to 1917 when 250 Salvation Army volunteers, led by Margaret Sheldon and Helen Purviana, were looking to provide comfort to U.S. troops fighting on the front lines in France during WWI. They decided to prepare doughnuts; some were fried in

Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Grills!

This month is chock full of wonderful food-based celebrations: Memorial Day,
originally called “Decoration Day,” is the second busiest grilling day in the U.S.
The first? Independence Day!  Labor Day clocks in as the third-busiest grilling

A Kosher Story for the Ages: Passover Food Traditions

One of the most important festivals on the Jewish calendar wraps up today, April 29, as Passover 2016 is celebrated in style.
Passover (Pesach) celebrates the deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt 3500 years ago.

Dishing Up Local Restaurant Week

Spring 2016 edition features more than 200 eateries
Stash your skinny jeans and yoga pants in the back of the closet and tune up your knife and folk, food fans.
Would you believe next week is the Spring version of Local Restaurant Week, running from April 11th – 17th?
Here’s the delicious dish from organizer Christa Hobart on the deals starting at $20.16:
“All of WNY

Filling Your Baskets With Sweet Traditions

Do you eat the ears first on a chocolate bunny?
It is ears first, say 89% of Americans, according to the infoplease website.

Food For Thought on Valentine's Day 2016!

When it comes to fun food facts, Valentine’s Day is filled with sweet talk of every variety, dating back centuries.
Here are a few to keep you warm as you enjoy V. Day  on a frigid Sunday this year:

Taste of the NFL: Party With A Purpose

The Taste of the NFL is a strolling food and wine event held on the eve of Super Bowl. This year chefs from each NFL city will host the extravaganza in the San Francisco Cow Palace. There is also an NFL player (either current or alumni) seated at each food station.

Put This On Your Bucket List: Celebrate National Popcorn Day!

There’s more than a kernel of truth in this statement: I love movies almost as I much as I love food. Almost. As with a good meal, a movie can take you to another place.

From the Steel City to the Queen City: A Delicious Show of Gratitude

The Bills win over New York Sunday was more than sweet revenge for former jets coach Rex Ryan. The game affected several other teams too. With Buffalo’s victory over Gang Green and Pittsburgh’s win over Cleveland, the Steelers made it into the playoffs.
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