Photos: Palm Beach County Surfing History Project

Photos: Palm Beach County Surfing History Project
Photos from the Palm Beach County Surfing History Project that show the history of the surfing life in Florida. The board of the Palm Beach County Surfing History Project, which has collected surfboards from the 1960s and thousands of photos of locals …
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Video: Surfing on Supersonic Shock Waves at 3,000MPH
Surfing big breakers is cool and all, but wouldn’t catching lazy rollers be more fun at speeds topping Mach One? A CalTech researcher and a few colleagues put together a few videos showing that it is indeed possible to shred shock waves. Well, in theory …
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Father of Surfing
In 10 years the Iowa City Field House pool would have celebrated its 100th birthday, but a recent decision will see the historic pool renovated and replaced by exercise equipment. She and Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey went head-to-head, flipping just a …


Cajun Cooking: History and Ingredients

Cajun Cooking: History and Ingredients
To really understand the roots of Cajun food today, we must look back to the 16th and 17th centuries when the new Acadian arrivals from France were perplexed at some of the unusual foods at their disposal. The Acadians brought their extraordinary …

Real Cajun Food, From Swamp to City
IN a back room at his elegant restaurant, Herbsaint, the chef Donald Link has a conventional office filled with electronic devices, a photograph of his wife and children and four nondescript black swivel chairs. There’s just one maniacal touch: his sausage …
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Iconic Cajun food company celebrates 60 years
Eula Savoie started a business 60 years ago selling sausages made from a hand-operated meat grinder. Since then, it’s become a regionally known business delivering some of the best of Cajun cuisine to the world. Savoie’s Sausage and Food Products is …
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The Long History of Food—And Celebrity Chefs

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Food: It feeds the soul, fuels the body, affects the environment, inspires artists, influences politics and impacts just about every part of our lives. It has been a subject of fascination and entertainment for centuries, reflected in the beauty of a Dutch …
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Sundridge chef Guy Tran to appear on Chopped Canada
Chopped Canada sees four chefs race against the clock to turn surprise ingredients into top-notch dishes. The three-round competition starts with an appetizer, moves to an entree and finishes with dessert. After each round a panel of three celebrity chefs …
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Go Inside The Kitchens Of Famous Celebrity Chefs
With access to the freshest ingredients in the world, it’s no surprise that some of the biggest celebrity chefs in the world have staked a place in the culinary space here in California. And only ET is taking you inside the kitchens of their respective …
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Tequila, Tortillas, and Bogart: The History of Venice’s Casablanca Restaurant

cusineTequila, Tortillas, and Bogart: The History of Venice’s Casablanca Restaurant
The early menu — presented on Moroccan-style fans — was fairly short and featured oysters, clams, lobster, escargot, steak, and other upscale options. “Customers would get confused and say ‘This isn’t Mexican food’, but little by little people …

21 Moroccan Foods You Must Try in Morocco
Morocco was full of flavors that were new to us. We were serious newbs. We didn’t even know what a tagine was before we went on our Contiki trip. Moroccan dishes are influenced by Berber, Jewish, Arab, and French cultures. We’ve put together a list of …

Moroccan Cuisine – Foods to Try and How to Eat Them
They say that the longer a meal takes to prepare, the better it tastes. If this is true, Moroccan cuisine is the best in the world. Moroccan meals take hours to prepare and it’s worth it. There are so many flavours and layers to each dish. Eating out in …


The History of Motocross – American Style

sportThe History of Motocross – American Style
In 1972, a new sport came to life in America offering a different spectator experience quite unknown outside of Europe. It wasn’t so much less brawn than what the country’s favorite past times required but rather the instrument used to score points.

Tweed motocross project still in planning stage
It looks like the motocross track proposed for Tweed will not get underway any time soon despite winning a recent Ontario Municipal Board decision. Tweed residents had objected about the noise related to a proposed motocross track on Hungerford Road in Tweed.

AMAMX: Motocross Season Opener Preview – Hangtown
The most talented and star-studded field in the history of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, is set to wage war over the course of 12 rounds and 24 motos this summer in the sport’s most prestigious quest to crown a …
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Kyle Snyder, 20, becomes youngest gold-medal winning American wrestler in history

sportKyle Snyder, 20, becomes youngest gold-medal winning American wrestler in history
On a day when two Mongolian coaches stripped out of their clothes in protest, Snyder follows with a gold-medal move RIO DE JANEIRO — Kyle Snyder rested on his knees and panted as a dazed, disbelieving look hung on his face. “Maybe I was in shock …
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Shinsuke Nakamura on his feud with Samoa Joe, making it to the main roster, more
Newly crowned WWE NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura spoke with Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard about various topics. Here are the highlights. On feuding with Samoa Joe: “Joe is special. He is a real wrestler. He knows the real techniques of how to beat …

Big Show Talks Triple H Criticisms for Marrying Stephanie, Vince McMahon Changing Professional Wrestling
WWE Superstar The Big Show was recently a guest on Sports Talk 790AM in Miami, Florida, and you can check out some highlights here: “Now, we have three [or] four orthopaedic doctors on staff. We have a performance center in Orlando [Florida], which is …
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Where restaurants and LA history meet at Delicious Little Tokyo

cusineWhere restaurants and LA history meet at Delicious Little Tokyo
There will be events centered around cuisine, such as tastings, tours and demonstrations, plus shops and restaurants will be offering specials and discounts. “Food is probably what drives most people here,” said Midori Mizuhara, Community Arts …
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Yes, it’s summer. But you still can’t wear those shorts in these restaurants.
Summer is the time for tiki drinks and roof decks, for finger food and flip-flops. And that’s why, at restaurants with a strict dress code, summer is the time for awkward conversations. Conversations like: Excuse me, sir, T-shirts are not permitted in …
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BJ’s Restaurants Inc. (BJRI) Upgraded to Buy at Zacks Investment Research
Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of BJ’s Restaurants Inc. (NASDAQ:BJRI) from a hold rating to a buy rating in a report released on Friday. The brokerage currently has $ 49.00 price objective on the stock. According to Zacks, “BJ’s Restaurants …
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Bowling alleys have history to spare

sportBowling alleys have history to spare
PRENTICE – Standing the test of time, small hometown bowling alleys are being preserved for future generations. The nostalgia of the hardwood lanes in many of the alleys dates back to the 1940s and 1950s at the start of the bowling craze. “It’s a fun …
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When Thugs and Hustlers Ruled Dark Alleys
Many bowling alleys today are places where the martinis cost you at least as much as the bowling and a mirror ball twirls over neon lanes while a D.J. shouts in the booming dark. But those who roamed them between dusk and dawn in 1960s New York City recall …
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America’s Coolest Bowling Alleys (PHOTOS)
Quick: which sport do the most Americans play? If you guessed football or baseball, guess again. It’s bowling. More than 70 million Americans bowled last year, according to the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America. “People of all ages can do it …
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Motorcycle Racer Ryan Dungey Makes History as First Motocross Athlete on

sportMotorcycle Racer Ryan Dungey Makes History as First Motocross Athlete on
Motorcycle Racer Ryan Dungey Makes History as First Motocross Athlete on Wheaties Box: ‘It’s Such an Honor’. 0SHARES. Reprint. subscribe now. Ryan Dungey is First Motocross Racer on Wheaties Box. Ryan Dungey is first motocross racer to be on …
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2016 Anaheim One SX | Press Day – Chad Reed
We all knew the announcement that Chad Reed and Yamaha had struck a deal would come at some point, but few expected it come just three days before the start of the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross Series. It was worth waiting for. According to those …
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Maxima Racing Oils Announces Professional Supercross/Motocross Teams for 2016
Justin Barcia and Weston Peick will contest in the 450 class in both the Monster Energy Supercross and Pro Motocross Nationals. Phil Nicoletti will be the team’s full time fill-in rider for Monster Energy Supercross and will line up with Barcia and …
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Tracing the History of Tex-Mex

cusineTracing the History of Tex-Mex
From chili and nachos to fajitas and enchiladas, Tex-Mex could be called the ultimate comfort food. Despite its enormous popularity all over the United States, it’s an understatement to say that Tex-Mex has struggled to get respect as a regional …
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Off The Menu: Asian America
Visiting several U.S. cities, Korean-American director Lee (The Grace Lee Project, Janeane From Des Moines) shows how Chinese food mixes with Tex-Mex flavours in Houston, for instance, and how emerging chef Jonathan Wu, trained in the European …
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Chefs illuminate enchiladas in new cookbook
… every skill. We even included how you could make your own homemade queso fresco and chorizo,” Dunn said. “Going through that process, I believe the average person would become pretty competent in the whole panoply of Mexican cuisine preparation.” …