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Casper Food Critic- Platte River Restaurant Is Just What Was Needed

The Casper Food Critic Reviews the Platter River Restaurant, located off of I-25.

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Looking For Caspers Best Chocolate Chip Cookie In Celebration Of National Chocolate Chip Day

 

Back in the 1930's, Mrs Ruth Graves Wakefield found herself with not enough bakers chocolate to make chocolate cookies for her guests at the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts. This led her to chop up a semi sweet chocolate bar into her c

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Grocery Store Book Keeping, Road Block To Food Safety?

They're called "grinding logs' and many such records at grocery stores across the country with on-site meat grinders have mediocre book keeping.

U.S. Undersecretary for Food Safety, Elizabeth Hagan, says through the years, and over and over again, they find themselves investigating outbreaks of food borne illness, "and we know that the patients purchased ground beef from a store that was ground at the store

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Casper Food Critic- Wyoming Burger Company Leaves Much To Be Desired [OPINION]

A note from the editor: The following is an original review from the "Casper Food Critic." The purpose of this review is to offer a single consumer's opinion about an establishment's food and service. At K2 Radio, we believe anonymity to be of paramount importance - this is to ensure that the Casper Food Critic receives the same quality food and service as any other customer. We encourage you, the reader, to join the conversation and leave your own reviews in the comment section at the bottom of the page.

What could I do? As a red blooded American, how could I turn down the allure of a restaurant that specialized in burgers? My buddies and I watched with eyes agape as we drove by the new Wyoming Burger Company and their big sign. We counted down the days until we could munch some excellent Wyoming beef. Little did we know, we would end up longing for the heavily processed meat of even the crappiest fast food dive.

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Casper Food Critic- Full House Leaves A Full Belly

The Casper Food Critic makes his (or her?) debut on k2radio.com. Find out what our local celebrity food critic thought about 'Full House' in Mills.

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Mad Cow Case In California Found In USDA Testing

HANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Federal and state agriculture officials are working to find out more about a California dairy cow that was found to have mad cow disease.

The finding announced yesterday is the first new case of the fatal brain disease in the U

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Shriners Sweet Vidalia Onions Are Here [AUDIO]

For the last several years the Casper Shrine Club has had a unique fundraiser that is always highly anticipated.

Every year at this time of the year folks start looking for the sweet Vidalia onions to show up

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Wyo. Sees Increase In School Meal Program

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The number of students receiving free and reduced-price meals at Wyoming public schools increased this year even though the state's economy has been steadily improving.

Statistics from the Wyoming Department of Education show that 37 percent of students in Wyoming receive breakfasts and lunches subsidized by the federal government

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Casper Boy Scouts Serve Up A Pancake Fundraiser

Boy Scout Troop 94 is hosting Pancake Day on Saturday, April 14, from 7 a.m. to noon at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 701 S. Wolcott.

The purpose of this event is for the boys to raise money for summer camp and also to help replace camping equipment and other gear that has been worn beyond repair

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Report: US, Peers Must Cooperate On Import Safety

WASHINGTON (AP) — Experts are recommending the Food and Drug Administration offer training, technology and expertise to developing nations in Asia, Latin America and other developing regions to assure the safety of more imported goods

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