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Brew Review: Stouts are in season

As the temperature begins to fall, it brings relief to those in Fresno who suffer heat 6 to 9 months out of the year. Perhaps you’ll choose to go camping with your friends or just have a bonfire somewhere in ...

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Weekend Wonders

Where to go, what to see and what to do Fresno Jewish Film Series Presents: “David” The Fresno Jewish Film Series Committee show various films each month that either display or celebrate different aspects of Jewish culture. On Saturday, the ...

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Floral lab and farm market engage for Valentine’s Day

The Fresno State floral lab and the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market are stocked up for Valentine’s Day with red and pink ribbons, heart-shaped boxes and plenty of flowers as Fresno State students, faculty and the surrounding community prepare to spoil their sweethearts.

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What about the other 364?

Valentine’s Day has historically been referred to as the “Day of Love.” Growing up, we all remember the heart-shaped candies, boxes of chocolates and cards that  profess our love for one another. But who says we need one specific day ...

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Fresno State Dairy produces Valentine’s Day ice cream flavors

Fresno State’s diary processing unit recognizes the Valentine season by producing two ice cream flavors inspired by the holiday. Raspberry Romance and Sinful Cinnamon can be found not far from campus at The Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market.

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Take a bite of Fresno State’s farm

A sweet and crunchy chocolate bar is being launched at the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market this month for $1.50. A mix of chocolate, roasted almonds and giant raisins grown on the Fresno State farm are fusing together to make a new treat — the Bulldog Bark.

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Opting for ‘illegible professions of love’

It has returned to taunt the single and haunt the unrequited. Valentine’s Day is amongst us once again, and if you hope to survive it, I suggest going big or going home.

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Olé Mole

Preliminary tests conducted on campus by Fresno State student Mao Xiong today are the first in an effort to find “the best” of seven Mexican mole (pronounced mo-lay) sauces to sell at the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market.

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Fresno State’s Top Chef

It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that David Hickok digs chocolate. After reading “The Essence of Chocolate” last summer, the senior culinology major read five more books on the subject and bought a tempering machine, which liquefies chocolate.

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