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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Deenie Bakes, Simply Sweet - INTERVIEWS

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  •   •  

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The quantity and variety of gluten-free products increases with each passing day.

According to the Gluten-Free Agency, sales in the gluten-free category are expected to reach $5.5 billion by 2015, and over 15 percent of consumers eat gluten-free as part of a healthy lifestyle, not just due to dietary restrictions.

The production of gluten-free foods is becoming more…

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From Rome to Allen: Crust delivers a twist - PHOTOS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

There’s inherent risk in naming a pizza place after part of the pie’s anatomy.

For a restaurant entitled Crust, you’d expect the exterior of the pizza to be the best bread-y foundation you’ve ever sunk your teeth in.

That’s the challenge facing the Allentown pizzeria, which filled Sample Restaurant’s spot in October 2013 after the incumbent owners moved to Hertel to open…

CONTEST: Win tickets to the Buffalo Zoo’s Polar Bites - WINNER

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

(Update at 12:08 p.m. on Wednesday: Congratulations to Diane Helinski, the randomly-selected winner of two tickets and free parking to the Buffalo Zoo’s Polar Bites. Thanks to all who participated as well! A fine variety of cuddly zoo animals.)

After an exhausting beginning to the week, there’s no better panacea than the Buffalo Zoo’s Polar Bites.

Staggering variety of alcohol?…

Roll up the rim contest underway again at Tim Hortons

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

It’s hard to replicate the feeling you get when you roll up the rim of a Tim Hortons cup. Maybe it’s the anticipation of having a free doughnut in your future, or maybe it’s the fact that the process of rolling can be rather painstaking.

Still, you know the benefit of participating is two-fold: you’ll enjoy the perks of the warm elixir inside—prize winner or not—but your…

Thinking of the box: Picasso’s Pizza embraces art - INTERVIEWS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Few people pay attention to pizza boxes.

After all, why would you? Your piping hot slices are camping out inside, where the cheese is perfectly fresh and a tad bubbly, not cold and congealed. You whip the top open and sink your teeth in, perhaps hogging the biggest piece with the most girth-y chunk of sausage.

Barely a glance at the box.

Picasso’s Pizza, the local pizzeria…

Industry Night’s INferno doesn’t hide from the heat

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

You may want to come to Seabar armed with Tums or Pepto Bismol, as Industry Night will hold its second annual hot sauce competition on Monday.

From 9:30 to midnight at Seabar, 475 Ellicott St. Buffalo, Industry Night’s INferno will pit six bottled hot sauces against each other and, after guests and a judging panel casts votes, a winner will be crowned.

Here are the competing hot…

Buffalo on Tap at Buffalo Niagara Convention Center - PHOTOS

gallery by Matt Weinberg  •   •  

Crowds gathered on Saturday for Buffalo's largest craft beer festival

Crowds gathered on Saturday afternoon for Buffalo’s largest craft brew festival, Buffalo on Tap at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. 

Guests were given a souvenir tasting glass to experience beer from over 150 breweries found across the country. Even Buffalo had a large amount of breweries present, along with many new ones that are set to begin this year. 

In addition to…

Gettin’ prehistoric: Tour Dinosaur Bar-B-Que - PHOTOS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Maybe it’s just a Northeastern tendency, but Buffalonians seem to be an impatient breed.

Originally, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que intended to open its first Buffalo location last summer, an ambitious but realistic date considering the news was announced in July 2012.

Due to a slower-than-expected refurbishing project, Dinosaur’s start was pushed back to October 2013, then delayed again to…

Nutrition’s new norm: Guilt-free cashew cream cheese - PHOTOS

blog by Alyssa Hood  •   •  

I recently learned that when trying to eliminate a food or start a diet, cheese is the adorable boy that’s the hardest to break up with. It makes so much sense.

Discovering this makes me feel slightly less insane as I daydream back to the days when a block of Cracker Barrel was a completely appropriate and satisfying dinner.

Let’s face it, cheese is almost indescribably…

Sweet Charity gets decadent at Babeville - PHOTOS

gallery by Erica Morano  •   •  

Sweets and treats for the guests of Sweet Charity

The Food Bank of Western New York feeds 34,000 families each month with over one million pounds of food.

What better way to help support their efforts than the eighth annual Sweet Charity event held at the gorgeous and intimate Asbury Hall on Thursday night.

Vendors including Wegmans, Tops, Anderson’s Frozen Custard, Dessert Deli, Choco-Logo and many others brought goodies for…

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