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Sticky Lips wants to be in Buffalo

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Photo from Sticky Lips website

Hip-hop star? Your creepy uncle’s nickname? Nope, Sticky Lips is a barbecue restaurant with two locations in the Rochester area, and it’s now targeting Buffalo, according to a Buffalo Business First article by James Fink.

The article notes that Howard Nielsen, the founder and owner of Sticky Lips, is looking into suburban locations to plant in the 716. “I mean, if Buffalo can…

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Buffalo flavor is what’s hot

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / littlesister

It’s no coincidence that Buffalo-style cupcakes, pop and potato chips are taking American digestive systems by storm—in terms of cuisine trends, red-hot is the new black.

Whether it’s chiles in chocolate or picnic dips doused in hot tabasco sauce, spicy flavors are taking over dinner and dessert. A new report by Packaged Facts confirms what Buffalonians always knew to be a…

South Buffalo’s hidden gem: English Pork Pie Co. - VIDEO

video by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  


South Buffalo might be known for its Irish influence, but there's actually a little piece of England tucked away on South Park Avenue.

The English Pork Pie Co., 1176 South Park Ave., offers traditional British meat pies, sausage rolls, Cornish pasties, Scotch eggs and more. Though much of their business revolves around shipping the culinary treats to other parts of the country,…

Puff on this: Eating more fruits, vegetables can help smokers quit

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Smokers who consume the most fruits and vegetables are three times more likely to have been smoke-free for 30 days at a 14-month follow-up, a study by University at Buffalo public health researchers concluded.

While a recent examination had noted a connection between smokers and an increase in fruit and vegetable intake, UB wanted to determine whether smokers first quit and then…

Warm spring, frost spoil area fruit crops

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Photo courtesy of Flickr /  D H Wright

Those lovely warm spring days are back to bite us—in the form of really expensive fruit.

Because warm temperatures in upstate New York coaxed some fruit crops to bloom early, a sudden frost then damaged the already-growing fruits. Effected fruits include apples, peaches, nectarines and cherries.

Syracuse’s Post-Standard spoke to farmers who said this season’s losses are larger…

Drink coffee Wednesday, send a kid to camp

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Camp Day at Tim Hortons is Wednesday

Justify that second cup of coffee Wednesday by purchasing it from Tim Hortons.

Tim Hortons celebrates Camp Day on Wednesday by donating all proceeds from coffee sales to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation, which helps economically disadvantaged children experience the fun of camp.

Last year, Tim Hortons stores in the U.S. and Canada raised nearly $9.9 million.

The Tim…

SkinnyGirl Wednesdays at Sonoma Grille

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Sonoma Grille.

With an extremely successful kickoff event, SkinnyGirl Wednesdays at Sonoma Grille are the place to be.

Around 80 guests stopped by last week to pack the outdoor patio and enjoy some live music and island inspired refreshments. The Militello family and Sonoma Grille invite you to join them every Wednesday this summer to enjoy SkinnyGirl drink specials for $4 and some of Buffalo’s…

Rookie Chef: Salsa fresca

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Sometimes, greasy potato chips just won’t cut it.

For the past five years, we have kept a small vegetable garden at my house on the side of our back deck. We grew mostly herbs and peppers, but always kept four tomato plants growing throughout the season. The first year, a little unaware of what we were getting into, the tomatos ripened by the dozens—all at the same time.


Mighty Taco opens Chippewa location July 9

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From Mighty Taco's Facebook page

Mighty Taco fans and Chip Strip clubbers will soon be able to stuff their faces with poppers after after a hard night of raging.

The Western New York pseudo-Mexican chain announced on Facebook that the brand new downtown location, 52 W. Chippewa Ave., is slated to open July 9.

The new location was announced just before Christmas, and renovation progress since then has been…

Buffalo’s Taste of Diversity, 10th anniversary - PHOTOS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Buffalo’s West Side is filled to the brim with culture—a simple drive down Niagara or Grant streets will provide plenty of evidence. The 10th annual Taste of Diversity, held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., united those cultures in a celebration of difference, an opportunity to dabble in the customs of others through music, dance or food. 

In terms of food, the list of…

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