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Fast food for pooches: How to safely feed your pup if you’ve run out...

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TEMECULA – Healthy foods are essential for the well-being of companion animals. Many pet owners turn to premade foods because they are readily available...

Improve your metabolism for overall health

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Debi Barnett Foli Special to Valley News Metabolism is the process by which your body converts what you eat and drink into energy. Metabolism occurs around...

4 tips for backyard barbecue success

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TEMECULA – When the weather warms up, the opportunities to enjoy more time outdoors increase. For many people that means firing up the grill...

Almost 40,000 college students in Riverside County are eligible for CalFresh benefits

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY – College students who are struggling with food and housing insecurity are encouraged to apply for a program that can help them...

Coping with COVID-19: Thomas Catering

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Skip Thomas said he didn’t always plan to be in the food business, even though he worked in restaurants while in college majoring in...

Temecula Teen Zone offers Tasty Tuesdays free cooking lessons

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TEMECULA – The city of Temecula’s Teen Zone presents an extension of their Tasty Tuesday program. Join Teen Zone staff on Zoom for a...

Missy’s Place 15th Hole Bar and Grill serves breakfast

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With the ups and downs of county and state COVID-19 health mandates, Missy Carver Boulton can again offer breakfast at the restaurant she and...

75,000 Riverside County households to get emergency food benefits from CalFresh

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY – More emergency CalFresh benefits were delivered to Riverside County residents and families hit hard by the pandemic. The state added the...

How to welcome a new puppy to the family

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Family Features Special to Valley News Introducing a new puppy to your household can bring many rewards; however, getting the hang of things can take some...

HUSD students learn how to cook tacos with help of nutrition department and learning...

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HEMET – Hemet Unified School District’s Nutrition Services Department and SAFE Expanded Learning Program teamed up to provide a learning activity for HUSD students...
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