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Where We Eat: The Corner Store

I have to admit that what initially drew me to The Corner Store, located in the historic downtown of Plant City, was their bold and memorable motto, the logo it helped create and their brand new brunch menu (only four weeks old) which has consistently included vegan biscuits and gravy. The motto, EAT WELL OR DIE, represents a number of The Corner Store’s most important philosophies. First and foremost, […]

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Listen: Ghostly Tales from Last Lynx, The Harmaleighs and Terrorista

A ghostly story and the creepy after effects of a bowl of apples and sausage require a soundtrack full of: One of Stockholm’s finest bands, Last Lynx, is releasing yet another new track. This one, called “Brother”, comes from their Rifts EP (due out November 7th on Universal Sweden’s imprint SOFO Records).  The track is made by its catchy chorus and sing songy rhymes that work their […]

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Cook: Apple and Sausage Casserole

It was just after midnight on Halloween night when I heard a rap, rap, rapping at my front door. Only thirty seconds before I had clicked the off button on my television effectively erasing all signs of the blood, guts and senseless acts of violence that had been swimming before my eyes for the last hour and a half. I feared the unknown in a way […]

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Click: Getting High on Protein Bars, Naked Activists Celebrate World Vegan Day, Butternut Squash Biscuits and Gravy, Cookbook Cultural Appropriation and Other Things That Garnered a Second Look This Week

Oh boy. These last two weeks have been doozies. Try these on for size: Articles: Minneapolis Siblings Raising Money for First Vegan Butcher Shop Naked Activists Mark World Vegan Day in Trafalgar Square Find Vegan Professionals at Newly Launched Vegan Pages Petitioning Ben & Jerry’s to Create a Vegan Version Healthy Vegan Snacks Inspired by the Cannibalism in the Walking Dead Thug Kitchen Authors Canceling […]

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Food To Record To: In Studio with Charlie Hedges

I held a morning drive show in Chicago for a few months. It was terrible. I woke up at early and pedaled my bicycle through deserted city streets only to arrive at the studio and be seated across from a co-host who didn’t know anything about anything. Every topic our producer or I threw out was met with a blank stare and an “I’m too tired to think.” […]

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Listen: Kid Approved Tracks From Christian Punk Band, LAYNE, Close Talker, Zella Day and Greywind

A kid tested, father approved stew requires some music that fits the opposite role. These songs are all father tested, kid approved: “Superdown” by Christian Punk Band sounds almost exactly like I imagined they would when I saw their band name. Okay, not so much. I would expect a hardcore band with screamo tendencies and a tongue-in-cheek attitude to name themselves Christian Punk Band. In reality, Christian Punk […]

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Kid Tested, Father Approved: Butternut Squash and Apple Stew

“Wallace spent the rest of his life trying to explain away his racist past and in 1982 he won his last term in office with over 90% of the black vote, such is the duality of the southern thing.” -Drive-By Truckers “The Three Great Alabama Icons” Toddlers are rather funny eaters. You make up a batch of sweet, cranberry laced, granola bars and think they will […]

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Food Flavored Artist: “Bloodlust” by Black Honey

Yesterday was a pretty big day for Brighton-based Black Honey. They released their fourth (and final) single “Bloodlust” from their unnamed debut EP and, as label head Rick put it, tied “the knot on what’s been a great year”. All four of Black Honey’s tracks are excellent singles and have found their way into regular rotation on all of my devices (I’m not the only one listening […]

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Where We Eat: Little Greek Restaurant

I strolled into Little Greek last weekend like a lover rekindling with an old flame at the scene of one of their most sensuous jaunts. You see, a couple of months previous Yelp held an event at the restaurant. Head honcho Nick was led the event and he made sure that everything was done right. When he realized I was a vegan, he adjusted on the fly and […]

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