Link Roundup: Florida's Hunger Stats, an App for Beer Geeks, and Sietsema's Not @RuthBourdain
According toGood Magazine
, Florida isone of three states
with the fewest number of families to report struggling to feed themselves and their kin. At percentages falling between 7 and 9.9 according to Census Bureau statistics, Florida reports well below the national average of 14.6 percent.
In an era of belt tightening during which hamburgers are the new rib eye, less-than-photogenic dishes such as pastas, casseroles, and chicken nuggets aresexed up for the small screen
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