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2012-02-20 12:00:00

Learn how to pair food and beer to host your own economical Fat Tuesday Beer Dinner. Then head to http://www.SaveOnBrew.com to check out over 350,000 cheap beer sales and listings in zip codes across America. Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 20, 2012 “Fat Tuesday Beer Dinners are one of America´s most sacred and time-honored traditions,” says SaveOnBrew.com´s Greg Thibodeaux. “Generally, a Fat Tuesday Beer Dinner consists of five courses. For instance,...

2009-06-11 07:00:00

HOUSTON, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Family, friends, and tradition - all words that describe the Blue Ribbon Bacon and Sausage Company and their partner and spokesperson; Coach Bum Phillips. Today, Blue Ribbon announced a long-term extension of an exclusive partnership with Phillips, legendary NFL coach. The 23-year partnership between Bum Phillips and Blue Ribbon has resulted in the company's rise to the number one position in the marketplace for both their traditional smoked sausages and...

2009-04-13 12:13:00

BOSTON, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Inspired both by the music and culinary heritage of New Orleans and the greater Mississippi Delta, Uno Chicago Grill(R) will celebrate its New Orleans Jazz Festival of Flavors from April 14th through June 7th. Uno(R) restaurants will be decked out to celebrate the fun and festive elements of the French Quarter and will feature the historic musical sounds associated with it. This special musical mix runs the gamut from Dixieland, blues, jazz, ragtime, swing...

2005-09-30 12:41:19

By Hilary Burke ST. MARTINVILLE, Louisiana (Reuters) - Louisiana families get together for crawfish boils instead of barbecues, scooping tender tail meat from the small, lobster-like beasts and sucking their heads for fats and juices. But this Cajun tradition may be harder to honor after Hurricane Rita cut local crawfish production by least in half, researchers and industry leaders say. That means fewer stews, salads and sauces made with the freshwater crustacean, also known as...

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