May 4, 2000
Our mouse can't taste the Gouda
Online grocery shopping means giving up much of what we love -- and hate -- about going to the store.
Follow your fish fry with peach cobbler
Fish is news again this month, as is bountiful produce from neighboring Georgia. For shoppers looking for bargains, the two could be recurring ingredients on spring supper menus.
Special events and food tastings
New food dictionary impresses
NEW YORK -- Ever wonder what the difference is between soba and somen? (Two kinds of Japanese noodles.) Shepherd's pie and shepherd's purse? (Meat pie with mashed potatoes; herb in the mustard family.) How about fudge and fugu? (Yummy dessert; blowfish with poisonous innards.)
Fiber remains important in a diet
Fiber has suffered serious blows in the past year. Findings from the Nurses' Health Study published early last year and from two studies announced recently showed that those who consumed the most fiber were no better protected against colon cancer than those who consumed the least.
Entertainment News, Reviews from the Times
TAMPABAY.COM: May 4, 2000
Curtain to rise on award-winning 'God's Daughter'
Rollins College senior Barton Bishop owns the Florida Playwrights' Process, a new play festival held at Studio One of Ruth Eckerd Hall. Bishop's God's Daughter is this year's winner in the adult category.
Seize the day
Help feed the hungry in St. Petersburg when rap, choral, gospel and folk music share the stage at 7 tonight for the Color Me Human's One World Cafe: Feeding the Baby, Nourishing the Soul concert at the Palladium Theater, 253 Fifth Ave. N, St. Petersburg. Featured artists include Fred Johnson, Abasi Ote, 3BOK, the Tampa Bay Mass Gospel Choir, Crescendo-The Tampa Bay's Womyn's Chorus and Ken Red Hawk. Admission is donated canned food. Call (727) 822-3590.
Pure jazz pours from sum of many solos
ST. PETERSBURG -- When you play in a band as rich in talent as the 16-piece Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, you've got to grab any opportunity to stand up and soar.