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The history of making wine

Early history of African Americans first mentioned vineyard workers for Thomas Jefferson who had hoped to produce wines similar to the French style that he loved. “There is little additional history of African Americans in the growing of grapes or the winemaking process until 1997, when New Orleans native Iris Rideau started her vineyard in...

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All-you-can-eat Lenten fish fry at Mr. G’s Pizzeria & Wings

If you’re giving up meat for the Lenten season, we have good news for you. Mr. G’s Pizzeria & Wings is rolling out its new Lenten menu and all of the tasty entrées are available for dine-in, delivery or curbside pickup (except for the famous All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry which must be enjoyed on premises). Lenten SpecialsFrom now until Easter...

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The uncompromising Mama Julianne’s Pizzeria is now open in North Royalton with authentic Italian faves

For Italians, food is love. For Julianne Russo Kelty, food also signifies family memories, growing up cooking alongside her Sicilian mother and grandmother, and gathered around a huge table that hosted her eight brothers and sisters and countless friends. “Everything we ate had to be authentic, with only the finest and freshest...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Garlic Shrimp Curry

Nothing quite beats away the winter blues like a spicy bowl of curry. This creamy, garlicky curry is packed with authentic flavor and will certainly warm you from the inside out. Garlic Shrimp Curry Prep time: 30 minutesCook time: 60 minutesMakes: 4 servings Ingredients 1 lb. shrimp, peeled1 sweet onion, chopped8 cloves garlic,...

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Blue Heron Brewery is open for indoor festivities once again

Christmas came early last year at the Blue Heron Brewery. Good thing, too, because when Brewmaster Mike Piazza broke open the stash of his popular Christmas Ale on July 9, little did he realize that the Medina brewpub would be closed because of Covid-19 throughout the real holiday season. The good news is that Blue Heron patrons now have...

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