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Frozen Giant turkey finally cooked one year later

Last year, I got a free 20-pound turkey from Giant. I just like free things. But, to be honest, I didn’t know what to do with it. (Aside from posing it in weird positions.) I’m usually a pretty good cook, … Continue reading

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Restaurant Week: Enjoy these specials any time of the year

It’s Restaurant Week in York city. Don’t get me wrong. I love to eat out. I’ll probably splurge at least once in the next five days … … But I’ll be honest: I’m not really the type to eagerly part … Continue reading

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In the Sheetz vs. Wawa debate … what about Rutter’s?

On Sunday, the New York Times wrote about everyone’s favorite dilemma— one that has puzzled lovers of roadside fare since the beginning of time. Sheetz or Wawa? Shmuffin or Sizzli? “Made-To-Order” or “Built-To-Order?” It’s an interesting debate. Both establishments have … Continue reading

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Stadium Grille in York partners with Liquid Hero Brewery to expand customer base

  Emmanuel Tsogas opened Stadium Grille seven years ago at 133 N. Duke St. in downtown York. Since then, the economic downturn, he said, has affected food sales — something many restaurants are seeing across the board. Tsogas had to … Continue reading

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I’m 16 points away from my free Giant Turkey. What do I do?

Guys, I have bad news. I’m 16 points away from my free turkey at Giant, and I don’t know what to do. I’m a mere 4-squared away from the 400 points I need on my BonusCard to get that priceless … Continue reading

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Why is learning to cook so expensive?

So, I made a cake the other day. You can read about it on my blog. And, as I write, there’s a batch of turkey white bean pumpkin chili simmering at my house in the crock pot. I’m totally undomestic. … Continue reading

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Tips you need to stay fit and healthy when working a night time shift job

There are a lot of little things you can do to be fit while at work, especially a night shift. Night news and digital editors at the York Daily Record give their tips to being healthy.

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How do you eat during a night time shift at work to stay healthy?

Yummy food: We need it to survive but there are so many choices, especially bad ones. When you work a different shift every day, schedules and choices can get skewed. See how YDR’s night desk handles the challenges.

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Do gloves make food preparation safer?

A couple months ago, fellow business reporter Sean Adkins wrote about sushi chefs who were complaining about the glove-wearing requirement by the New York City Health Department. They told the New York Times that they could not perform their jobs … Continue reading

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What’s the most ridiculous thing you’ve done for free stuff?

This Friday is cow appreciation day. Chick-Fil-A lovers are supposed to dress up as cows for a free entree at the fast food establishment. I love a ridiculous PR stunt as much as the next person, but I probably won’t … Continue reading

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