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4-4-2013: On a visit to San Francisco, the President had brunch of locally grown foods; organic for the most part: Homemade Organic granola with spring berries and yogurt from Petaluma’s STRAUS FAMILY CREAMERY, followed by Boho Belle Cheese served with fig sesame jam, The finale was an open-faced salmon gravlax sandwich on sprouted rye bread, adorned with a medley asparagus tips from Zuckerman’s Farms (Stockton), grapefruit oil from O Olive oIL and smoked bacon from Hobb’s Smoked Meats…

Sofia Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour Discover Bulgarian cuisine and Sofia’s sights on this 3-hour food and culture walking tour. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, stroll through Sofia’s elegant center to see icons including the Presidency building and the National Theater. Along the way, sample a classic ‘shopska’ cucumber and tomato salad, with ‘ayran,’ a local yoghurt drink. Then, try some sweet treats at Central Market Hall (Tsentralni Hali), and visit a typi...

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Dave Arnold, the founder and president of the Museum of Food and Drink in Brooklyn, New York demonstrated to Eater how to heat a cocktail using a modern take on the Antebellum era method of using a…

Photo: John Dumelo breaks voting rules; shares vote on social media Actor John Dumelo has voted and to prove who he voted for he shared a photo of his ballot on social media. The actor shortly after casting his ballot Wednesday posted a photo of his choice for president John Dramani Mahama on Snapchat. He captioned the photo: Im voting for peace stability and economic property [prosperity] #toaso. John is an avid supporter of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and its…

President Barack Obama pledged on Friday that he will not go after Washington state and Colorado for legalizing marijuana. Obama was asked -- in a Barbara Walters interview airing Friday on ABC -- whether he supports making marijuana legal, reported The Associated Press. "I wouldn't go that far," the President said.

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