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Planning Commission continues talks about future of Wilmington food trucks

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Among several proposals discussed at the Wilmington Planning Commission's meeting Wednesday night, the talks will continue about the future of food trucks, and their place within city limits. Full story...
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Harris Teeter affected by recall of frozen berries linked to Hep A outbreak

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North Carolina-based Harris Teeter says its stores have been impacted by a recall of a frozen berry blend linked to an outbreak of Hepatitis. Full story...
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HAPPENING TONIGHT: CFCC students serve, prepare dinner deal at Bluewater Grill

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Tonight students from Cape Fear Community College's Hospitality Management program and Pineapple Guild student club will prepare and serve a three-course meal at Bluewater Grill's upstairs banquet facility along the Intracoastal Waterway at Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
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Health inspectors out in force to check Street Fair food

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videoThe Azalea Festival Street Fair starts tonight, and food vendors are set up along Water Street. That means New Hanover County Health Inspectors are out in full force making sure all those tasty treats are also safe to eat. Full story...
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Wilmington gets feedback on food trucks

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videoThe City of Wilmington got input today on the Port City's moveable feasts. Food truck owners want changes to the city's code regulating them, but some downtown restaurant owners are not happy about the possible changes that could mean more competition. Full story...
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17th annual Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-off Saturday afternoon

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videoThe Chowder Cook-Off is all about delicious food, good music, and family fun, so bring the kids along to this family-oriented event. Chefs from southeast North Carolina’s finest restaurants will prepare the region’s best seafood chowder recipes. Full story...
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Food trucks, city look to clarify rules

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video A public opinion meeting Wednesday will get the public's input on food truck regulations in the Port City. Owners hope to see some changes come from the meeting to help their business, but it might cause tension between them and restaurant owners. Full story...
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Whiteville woman creates tray to catch all messes

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A Whiteville woman who spends her time coming up with ways to make life easier for the average person has turned her latest idea into a patented invention.video Full story...
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Sweet water? UNCW study shows Splenda polluting waterways

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video Splenda is one of America's most used artificial sweeteners, but a study from UNCW shows its key ingredient could be polluting area waterways. Full story...
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Troxler worried about cuts on NC meat inspectors

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Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler is worried that across-the-board federal spending cuts required by Washington could slow meat inspections at North Carolina slaughterhouses and hurt farmers and chicken, beef and bacon consumers. Full story...
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Mr Food: Skillet Mardi Gras Pasta recipe

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videoYou don't have to go to The Big Easy to get that southern flavor you're craving if you're looking to jazz things up at the dinner table in honor of Fat Tuesday. Check out Howard's Skillet Mardi Gras Pasta recipe, and your gang might throw you your own parade right in your kitchen. Full story...
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Southern diet, fried foods, may raise stroke risk

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video Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble in the Deep South. A study finds that people who consume a lot of fried foods and drinks like sweet tea and soda were 41 percent more likely to suffer a stroke than people who ate that way about once a month. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Easy, crowd-pleasing Super Bowl snack

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video Kitchen Scoop's Alicia Ross shows us how to whip up a crowd-pleasing, filling dish that's so easy, you can enjoy your party too! Full story...
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'Backpacks Full of Blessings' in Brunswick County

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video 'Backpacks Full of Blessings' is in need of volunteers and donations to continue providing food to school children in need on weekends. Full story...
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Farmers lend a helping hand towards a bigger goal

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video A diverse group of people began raking, digging, and clearing land this weekend for the urban farm project. Experienced members of Crop Mob had no problem lending a helping farm hand. Full story...
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