Let us get this clearly show again on the highway

We are, by some feat of sorcery, virtually at the end of January. And I, by some feat of amnesia, am just now knowing I have not publication-ed you because 2020.  I have been thrown off my weekly publication game. My cycle is out of whack. And it would seem I’m […]

We are, by some feat of sorcery, virtually at the end of January. And I, by some feat of amnesia, am just now knowing I have not publication-ed you because 2020. 

I have been thrown off my weekly publication game. My cycle is out of whack. And it would seem I’m not on your own. 

From a gush of early-winter restaurant openings, to the slide of chains and the increase of independent concepts — nothing is as it generally is in the food stuff environment. 

Let us get caught up. 

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Restaurants uncover independents

With lots of chain dining places closing substantial numbers of destinations, mother-and-pop ideas are swooping in to fill those people vacant spots. Driven by decreased rents, adaptable landlords and turnkey spaces, a slew of new, regional places to eat are using a swing at things — mid-pandemic. Annabelle Tometich tells us extra in The News-Push and Naples Every day News

Traci J. Lewis

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In the bleak early days of the pandemic, as Americans cocooned themselves in jigsaw puzzles, half-sewn face masks and bubbling tubs of sourdough starter, student journalist Nina Raemont started cooking. The University of Minnesota junior had always enjoyed cooking. But now — taking classes online, writing for a newsroom she’d […]