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Watch now: Spike in cooking oil costs felt by Decatur businesses | Food and CookingWatch now: Spike in cooking oil costs felt by Decatur businesses | Food and Cooking



Tornado Truck co-owner Clint Brumleve talks about how restaurants are dealing with a high cost in cooking oil.











DECATUR — A fryer is one of the essential appliances in most restaurants.

However, many owners are finding it more and more of a worry to use the important piece of equipment.

Along with a shortage of employees and supplies, the price of cooking oil has shot up, causing many restaurant owners to study their options.

Although his overall operating costs may be lower, Clint

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Jazz Jennings on embracing her body and uplifting the trans community

Jazz Jennings has spent most of her life in front of the camera, sharing her story as a transgender teenager on the show, I am Jazz. From her mental health to medical appointments, Jennings has remained open about her struggles along the way, and in the upcoming 7th season, the LGBTQ+ activist gets candid about her weight. Last summer, Jennings posted a photo wearing a swimsuit on the beach, after doctors suggested that she lose weight before having a medical procedure. “That moment last year was

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Cooking My Way Home For JuneteenthCooking My Way Home For Juneteenth

I’ve never really celebrated Juneteenth. The last time I noted the holiday was when the Black company I worked for hired a clueless white man as my supervisor who then, at their request, turned around and laid me off on Juneteenth — an apt day to get off a plantation, I guess!

My Virginia and North Carolina-rooted family has chosen the Fourth of July as our time to celebrate and gather together down in Roxboro, NC on our organic family farm, Abanitu. It’s not because we believe in the lies America tells itself about liberty, justice or anything else;

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Gregory Porter Talks ‘The PorterHouse’ Cooking SeriesGregory Porter Talks ‘The PorterHouse’ Cooking Series

“Like music, cooking is another way to make somebody smile,” says Porter, one of eight children. “Growing up, I knew singing songs for my mother made her happy. And whatever I needed to do to help prepare the food and cook made her happy too. I’m just trying to express that through the things that I love.”

For Porter that includes giving back. Episode six centers around donating food to a local ministry and soup kitchen operated by his brother Dionne. In addition, the series’ sponsor Citi has pledged an additional donation to longtime partner No Kid Hungry to provide

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Japan House Los Angeles Presents Master Class Cooking Series With Food Network Star Giada De Laurentiis and Michelin-Star Chef Shinji IshidaJapan House Los Angeles Presents Master Class Cooking Series With Food Network Star Giada De Laurentiis and Michelin-Star Chef Shinji Ishida


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Part of the Popular Japanese Food Lab Program, the Two-Part Summer Cooking Series Explores Fermentation, An Essential Element of Japanese Culture for Millennia

LOS ANGELES, June 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles, a Japanese cultural destination in the heart of Hollywood, announces a special Fermentation Master Class summer cooking series, featuring chef, cookbook author, and Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis, and chef Shinji Ishida of the Michelin-starred Tokyo restaurant Nogizaka Shin. Part of the popular Japanese Food Lab program,

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Used cooking oil from local restaurants stolen for black marketUsed cooking oil from local restaurants stolen for black market

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Thieves are making big money stealing from unsuspecting restaurants selling their used cooking oil on the black market.

“It’s really professional,” said Manager of Shogun Lou Sulindro.  

Criminals have turned oil into biodiesel at unsuspecting spots from Scotia to Hudson like La Fiesta, Tengu Asian Bistro and Shogun.   

“I don’t know how they can steal it, what equipment they use to steal the oil,” Sulindro said.  

The Shogun manager said there’s no financial impact for them, but it’s costing companies that remove the oil, like Buffalo Biodiesel, millions of dollars.  

“We’re in a position where we’re

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