THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

RECIPES FROM OUR STAFF

Bobbi Zahn, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2012

Appetizers: Natalie Lambert (Staff Reporter) -- Loaded Devil Eggs Paige Fry (Staff Photographer) -- Pumpkin Bread Entrees: Krishnan Sethumadhavan (Editor-In-Chief) --  Tandoori Turkey Shawntel Williams (Business Manager)...

SEMINOLE SENDS SERVER TO NATIONAL CULINARY COMPETITION

Sam Brenner, Contextual Editor

March 26, 2012

The Food Network announced on March 23, 2012 that it had selected “from all of the best in the world of scholastic food prep” a member of Seminole County Food Services to compete on a new reality competition show.  Ms. Julia Pinkerton, a seven...

COMPETITIVE EATING CASHES IN

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2011

Although not considered a sport by some, competitive eating is considered very serious businesses by those who partake in it. There are entire leagues dedicated to the sport of competitive eating, such as Major League Eating (MLE)...

FOOD PSYCHOLOGY: COLORS, CHOCOLATE, AND CONTROL

Keila Thomas, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2011

Food is essential for the survival of the human race. Everyone needs to eat, but there are some who eat excessively. For obese people, their stomach does not register when they are full; thus they eat without portion control....

COUPONS COUNT WHEN SAVING MONEY

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2011

The recession has caused many individuals to lose their jobs, and others have seen their wages decrease with hours cut from shifts. A result of this loss in income is the rise of coupons, with many families turning to these handy...

FOOD-BORNE ILLNESSES RUN RAMPANT IN U.S.

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2011

From news reports, it may seem that the grocery store has become a zone of biological warfare. Listeria has infected cantaloupe, salmonella has gotten into meats, and E.coli has occupied spinach. Indeed, these food-borne illnesses...

FOOD NO LONGER HAS SEASONS

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

November 21, 2011

One hundred years ago, the local green grocer would have been stocked with only the freshest seasonal produce. If a product not in season was desired, then the consumer would have to wait until the fruit or vegetable of their...