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How To Survive the Holidays as a Vegan

How To Survive the Holidays as a Vegan

By Sarah McCartan ’Tis the season to spread holiday cheer and share good tidings of peace and joy, not being put on the defensive for one’s dietary needs. Now you may be thinking: Why do [...]

2012 Winners & Losers

2012 Winners & Losers

Picking winners and losers in an election year is relatively easy, but we at the Independent News chose to ignore the candidates, of course. Besides we prick and praise them on a weekly basis [...]

WTFF?

WTFF?

How Many Floridians Does it Take to Screw An Election? By Jeremy Morrison There it was, the awkward protrusion, screwing it up again. A national embarrassment dangling from the bottom of the [...]

Maximum Comfort

Maximum Comfort

Five Dishes You Have To Eat ASAP Carmen’s Baked Whipped Potatoes Potato-lovers are in for a surprise with Carmen’s Baked Whipped Potatoes. But you won’t catch the restaurant’s owner, [...]

Soup’s On!

Soup’s On!

There’s nothing like cupping your hands around a warm bowl of soup after a long, cold day. And when local restaurants serve it, they are always thinking outside of the can. At East Hill Market, [...]

Vegan Comfort Corner

Vegan Comfort Corner

By Sarah McCartan If there is one group of people who gets overtly animated and shamelessly ecstatic when it comes to food, it’s vegans. That said, it should come as no surprise that we have our [...]

Blog Roll

Blog Roll

Regardless of if we ever follow through and actually bake or make anything, we love looking at food blogs and bookmarking recipes. There's just something inspiring about seeing how creative other [...]

Tidings of Comfort Food and Joy

Tidings of Comfort Food and Joy

by Joani Delezen, Jennie McKeon & Sarah McCartan Additional recipes contributed by Kiley Bolster and members of the IN staff—Jessica Forbes, Samantha Crooke, Rick Outzen & Hana [...]

Stay Cheesy

Stay Cheesy

One ingredient that is pretty ubiquitous with comfort food is cheese. Seriously—just take cheese, melt it and smoother it over a carb and you've got a comfort food on your hands.  But you don't [...]

From Life to War and Back

From Life to War and Back

Veterans transition at UWF By Jeremy Morrison War zones exist on a completely different plane than Pensacola, and the passage back and forth between the two worlds can be formidable. Even the [...]

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