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10 Gloriously Green St. Patrick’s Day Foods

Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day out of the year when we’re all Irish. And, apparently that translates into wearing anything green and silly we can get our hands on and having as much to drink as we can carry at one time. But, there’s another strange tradition that has developed in celebration of this day. We can’t explain it. Are Irish people really that into unnaturally green food?

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Lottery Winner Cut From Food Stamp Program

LINCOLN PARK, Mich. (AP) — State officials say a Detroit-area woman who won a $1 million lottery prize but continued to get food stamps has been removed from the food assistance program.

The Michigan Department of Human Services said Wednesday the lottery winner no longer was getting benefits

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Casper Sets World Record For Largest Potluck [Photos]

Just when Casper couldn't impress me anymore, they go and do it again by setting the world record for the largest potluck...ever! On February 26, 2012 980 people prepared and served 861 dishes, beating out the previous record of 808.

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Pepsi’s Mid-Calorie Soda Aims To Win Back Drinkers

NEW YORK (AP) — Pepsi hopes to win back drinkers with a compromise.

Some people don't like the calories in regular soda, but loathe the taste of diet. So, PepsiCo Inc. is rolling out "Pepsi Next," a mid-calorie drink that's half the calories of regular Pepsi at 60 calories per can

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2012 API Chili Cookoff Heats Things Up In Casper [PHOTOS]

If there is one way to combat the cold that comes with Winter winds, it's by downing over 40 different kinds of chili at the 2012 API Chili Cookoff. Vendors came, saw, and attempted to conquer each other's chili recipe and we the public were able to sample the best chili from all over. The contest was between the vendors, but we were the real winners. Check out these pictures from the event!

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Casper Food Critic- Bosco’s Is A (Not-So) Blast From The Past

As a young man, I remember the excitement generated by a certain establishment in Casper. Crowds would brave long waits and miniscule parking for a chance to taste some authentic and filling Italian food. I can remember standing outside as lines formed around Bosco’s Italian, nestled in a small corner of Casper. Wanting to recapture that fever, I decided to return after a hiatus of several years. I was hoping beyond hope to rekindle that feeling from my youth.

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Casper Food Critic- Cactus Jack’s Gets Cut Some Slack…But Not Much

Like a candy wrapper caught in an updraft, I was swept down the highway at record pace. Swirling and twirling through the wild Wyoming wilderness, my destination was the remote outpost of Rawlins. A large project, over which I was lording, was coming to an end and it was now or never. While I don’t like to be away from my beautiful family, I do enjoy the ability to sample fare from all over this amazing state.

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Casper Food Critic- Tacos Mexican Has Authentic Mexican Food, Not Authentic Mexican Temperatures

A cold and windy day was laid out before us. As the snow fell, the critic crew loaded up and headed out, looking for something to warm our bones. As we circled town, we had the usual conversation. “Where do you want to go?” would fly from the backseat. A brave individual would reply with “Pizza” to which everybody would groan. After several attempts and awkward silences, somebody threw out “Mexican?” We all exchanged glances and without a rebuttal, we charted a course for our next meal. 

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Casper Food Critic- Caddie Shack Must Have Been Something Before Electricity

The flying of fingers and moving of electrons. That is all it takes to both create and send a text message to anywhere in the world. As I sat in a silent classroom, that is exactly what I did. Those text messages flew through the air and into the cellular system, only to end up at the receiving end, my editor’s phone. I was inviting her on a lunch date. A few more digits typed and it was agreed. We were going to meet at the Caddie Shack restaurant, located in the Casper Municipal Golf course club house.

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Casper Food Critic- Plows Diner Proves Little

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Those immortal words spoken by every mother in the world reverberated through my brain as I drove toward my next assignment. On an almost forgotten patch of land, on the edge of mainstream Casper, sits a small place called Plows Diner. 

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