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- Restaurant Reports
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There is an awesome new show on the History channel called The Food That Built America. Each episode takes an edible item like pizza, burgers or breakfast cereal and gives you the history of the cutthroat competition among the food barons who developed these products. My favorite historical …
I have a confession. All my life I have loved grilled cheese but have always turned my nose up at tomato soup. Always. I remember my Grandma Deloris used to make tomato soup for my brother, Damon, all the time and put ice cubes in it to help cool it off and I would think it was just the most…