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The new Bone Apétreat “food truck,” pictured here parked in a neighborhood in Highlands Ranch, is now roaming the  Denver area with snacks for your pup. (Provided by Tiffany Brown)

Some local entrepreneurs started home bakeries during the pandemic, while others turned to grilling burgers or selling buckets of fried chicken.

For Tiffany Brown and her adopted German Shepherd, there seemed to be another niche in the Denver food market that needed filling. With peanut butter, that is.

In January, Brown started booking appearances around metro Denver for her new “food truck,” Bone Apétreat. From inside the roving turquoise

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I was watching TV with my kids one morning a little over a year ago when I felt a strange sensation in my jaw. Alarms went off. I ran to the bedroom, where my wife was still sleeping, and shut the door. I told her I thought I was having a heart attack. She told me to take a moment and lie down. I told her we needed to go to the hospital, immediately. She obliged.

The rest of that morning was a blur. So much of it is seared into my head, other parts a mystery. For the longest

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(WXYZ) — There’s a disturbing problem facing Michigan National Guard troops guarding the U.S. Capitol – their food.

UPDATE: Sen. Peters calls on National Guard to terminate food contract, provide per diem for MI soldiers
A whistleblower is telling 7 Action News nearly 75 meals were thrown out Sunday after metal shavings were found, other meals showed up undercooked making soldiers sick.

A staff sergeant with the Michigan National Guard, whose identity 7 Action News is protecting, says the problem is not isolated.

“Yesterday, for instance, there were 74 different meals found with raw beef in them,” the sergeant said.

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“We’re partnering up with a local bakery called Crown Baking Company. They’re a new, up-and-coming bakery that started a few weeks ago,” said  Basit Gauba, owner of Tikka Spice. 

While serving up some Pakistani Indian fusion with a southwestern flair, Gauba said something special happened toward the end of their shift. 

“One of our customers came up and they bought a cookie and didn’t take it and said,’Give this to the next customer.’ So, it just went on to about four customers, and we ended up closing because we were done for the night. And me and my wife, we

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Dear Amy: I currently am wrestling with several serious food allergies. Lab bloodwork has just revealed an autoimmune disorder. I am scheduled to see a rheumatologist in two months.

Amy Dickinson 

My body is thrown into a vicious cycle for weeks after consuming foods that trigger allergies.

So, what should I do when I get together with friends or family for dinners and they try to make special food for me? I don’t want to risk even trying this food because of past experiences with bad reactions.

Recently, a host assured me that all of the ingredients were safe for

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PLANT CITY, Fla. – A Plant City family is teaching their community about the importance of food security with Aquaponic systems. 

What You Need To Know

  • Plant City family teaching community about food security
  • Gonyon family grows food organically on their farm
  • They are helping other learn about aquaponic systems

“I’ve traveled to 72 different countries doing missionary work,” Pastor Eric Gonyon said. “When I was in Haiti, I saw 4,000 orphans being fed on one of these aquaponic systems.” 

So, Pastor Gonyon brought what he learned in Haiti back to Florida and now builds these food resources for his

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