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1/15/2021

This baked breakfast dish tops creamy polenta and a sauce made from sun dried tomatoes and walnuts with baked eggs and prosciutto. Prosciutto cotto is recommended because of its substantial texture, but any style will work. CIA Foodies

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1/15/2021

Chef Rebecca Peizer from The Culinary Institute of America prepares this colorful and texture-rich salad with pickled kumquats, sweet green grapes, oranges, fennel, and radishes.

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1/15/2021

Gelatina de mosaico's beauty may fool some into thinking the popular Mexican dessert is difficult to make, writes Esteban Castillo, author of "Chicano Eats." The simple, adaptable recipe calls for cubing three colorful gelatins and adding them to a cooled milk gelatin base flavored with vanilla so the cubes are suspended within the finished dessert.

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1/15/2021

An update on discount grocer Save A Lot's turnaround efforts and Post's new snack line based on two cereal brands made this week's Top 10 list. Ben & Jerry's new dessert for dogs and Pepsi's Super Bowl advertising game plan also interested SmartBrief's food and beverage readers.

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1/15/2021

The pandemic drove many of 2020's restaurant and food trends, and the National Restaurant Association expects some of those trends to continue this year, according to a report released this week. Restaurants streamlined menus, put the focus on off-premises dining, created new family and bundled meal options, and started selling groceries and alcohol to-go to boost sales.

1/15/2021

Restaurant Week launched in 1992 as a way to give New York City's eateries a boost during traditionally slow times, and in the years since the tradition has spread to markets across the country. This year, the pandemic has cities and restaurants rethinking the event, with some opting out, others rescheduling and some still unsure about what to do.

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1/15/2021

Instacart will offer its full-service shoppers a $25 stipend if they miss a shift to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Dollar General has also announced this week that it will give front-line employees four hours of paid time off so they can get the vaccine, and the company is working on a similar program for its distribution and transportation workers.

1/15/2021

Former Kroger CEO Lyle Everingham, who died Jan. 6 at age 94, started his career as a clerk and guided the company through some of its most difficult days. This obituary recounts Everingham's iconic career, including how he fought off a takeover attempt in 1988 and subsequently built Kroger into an industry powerhouse before retiring in 1990.

1/15/2021

Nearly two-thirds of shoppers say they will continue to have groceries delivered even after the pandemic ebbs, according to a survey from LendingTree. That survey, along with a number of others released recently, show that while many people initially considered grocery delivery a pandemic "splurge," they plan to continue spending on the service in the future.

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1/15/2021

Nebraska would establish a Farm to School Network under legislation introduced Thursday by state Sen. Tom Brandt. The proposed network would connect administrators and school nutrition professionals with area farmers and other producers to supply locally sourced food for school meals.