Youngsville coffee shop wins national contest for its boudin pastry tart | Business

Huya Craft Coffee of Youngsville won $5,000 and other prizes as part of a national recipe contest from General Mills Food Service, company officials announced.

The Minneapolis-based company announced its 2020 Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contests, an annual contest that celebrates independent restaurants and food trucks and the unique items they offer.

Huya Craft Coffee won for its boudin pastry tart recipe, which judges commended it for being a hand-held item with fun appeal, a

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Youngsville coffee shop wins national recipe contest for boudin pastry tart

A Youngsville craft coffee shop’s unique recipe has been named a finalist in a national contest held by General Mills Foodservice.

The 6th Annual Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest asked entrants to share an image of their recipe using at least one ingredient from General Mills Foodservice’s particpating brands and tell how their dish brings joy and comfort to their community.

Huya Craft Coffee‘s winning recipe was its boudin pastry tart, which judges commended

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Dollar General’s healthy food partnership with Baton Rouge in national spotlight

Dollar General’s healthy food partnership with Baton Rouge in national spotlight


In its newly released 2020 Best Practices Report, The U.S. Conference of Mayors highlighted Dollar General’s role in helping to increase fresh produce and access to healthier food in Baton Rouge as an example of an innovative public-private partnership addressing an economic challenge communities across the country are facing.

Specifically, the report—produced annually by the

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25 Proofs That Jesus Isn’t a Vegetarian| National Catholic Register

Anyone who has so much as seen the outside of a Bible knows for a fact that not only has God spoken out against animal rights and veganism, he holds the concepts in disdain. 

It’s certainly true that some of our greatest saints were vegetarians, including Sts. Anthony the Great, Catherine of Siena, John Chrysostom, Francis of Paola, Hilarion, Angela de Merici and Richard of Chichester. I’ve written elsewhere that there are Christians — particularly

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