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The Starving Chef Recipe: Barbecued Rat Tails

Feeling ghoulish? Served up as a spooky sandwich, these barbecued rat tails will satiate even the hungriest of souls. This dish is creepily perfect for your Halloween party potluck. Happy haunting! Barbecued Rat Tails Prep time: 15 minutesSlow Cook Time: - High: 4 hours - Low: 8 hoursMakes 4 sandwiches Ingredients 8...

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With an expansion into Willoughby, the Geraci family is serving up its iconic pizza by the slice

Though national pizza chains proliferate the landscape, the Geraci family has thrived over the past 66 years by doing things the way it always has—following grandma’s recipes that originated in a small village in Sicily, and only using the finest and freshest ingredients. There is no margin for compromise here. And once you taste a slice,...

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Since 1996, Great Harvest Bread Co. in Mentor has been feeding the community the freshest bread available

Kris Lariccia and his sister, Molly Birt, have the food industry in their blood. Their family has been in the restaurant business for four generations. In 1996, Great Harvest Bread Co. opened in Mentor. “Dad is a member of Mentor’s Rotary Club, and every year they have a fundraiser in conjuction with Great Harvest Bread Co. to benefit The...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Sopapilla

Is it a churro or a cheesecake? Whichever category you put it into, this delicious dessert is the perfect end cap to your Hispanic-inspired meal or an easy dessert option for your next family gathering. Sopapilla Prep time: 15 minutesCook time: 40 minutesChill time: 8 hours Ingredients 2 cans sheet dough, room...

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From sweet corn and peaches to cabbage and cauliflower, Miles Farmers Market sources fresh, local produce grown right here in Ohio

The food you buy at most grocery stores travels an average of 1,500 miles to get to your plate. At Miles Farmers Market, however, fresh produce only crosses several country roads to find its way to the store—and to your table. “A lot of our produce is picked in the morning and is on our shelves the same day,” says store manager...

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