Route 11 Potato Chips finds success as a cult favorite t
MOUNT JACKSON, Va. — Being a small fry can have its advantages. Take the Route 11 brand of sweet potato chips. The snack-food giants — Frito-Lay and such — haven’t taken up the challenge of this more fragile of the tubers, which tends to caramelize and burn during mass production.Continued ...
Fur heritage fades as trapper’s work is Canada’s loneliest
OTTAWA, Canada — A frozen lynx carcass hangs upside down, chained to the beam outside the door of a western Alberta cabin, still dusted with snow.Continued ...
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Put art in your cart at Amazon
So, you’re ready to replace that poster from the Montreal Jazz Fest but hate the idea of going into a gallery hawking “the next Andy Warhol”? Jeff Bezos has the answer: Amazon Art.Continued ...
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- Route 11 Potato Chips finds success as a cult favorite t