The Daily GLOB: Tamal, Union St. Downtown Farmers Market Wednesday, Hipp Cinems Opening Night, BHP Will Rock You! American adults getting fatter, All about dry yeast, 2018 Sony Photo Awards, Daily GLOB lunch quote



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Volume 8, Day 127, Wednesday, March 28, 2018

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Uppercrust Bakery - don't forget the sandwiches in the refrigerator on the right hand side of the store! Yes they are expensive, but they are really large and very rich. I am a small person who is a big eater, and one sandwich is enough for two lunches for me (if I could only stop after eating half!)

PS: After all this time, I just discovered that their refrigerated baked goods (in other words ECLAIRS!) are hidden in the back of the store - who knew?

- Tee Lee Wood


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Happy Wednesday!


GLOBmaster2017Good morning GLOBers and a very Happy Hump Day Wednesday.  The middle of the week took a long time getting here for the GLOB Master and the GLOB Master is giving serious consideration about going downtown for the Union St. Downtown Farmers Market.  I want to pick up a new jar of Farmer Lybrand's delicious raw honey for my obligatory, good for diabetics, daily oatmeal.



It is Union St. Downtown Farmers Market Wednesday and Market Elder Charlie Lybrand had to explain to me how Tumeric is different than your basic sweet potato . . .

032818MarketVENDOR"Featured this week March 28, 2018. The last week of March is all about the Arts Market in Sun Center. Dedicated vendors are offering a wonderful variety of arts and crafts each week and deserve your support. If you consider yourself a loyal farmers market customer then it time to embrace this evolution of the market and help it grow as it has done every time in the past when changes were required. Handcrafted one of a kind paintings and prints, candles, honey, soaps, scarfs and custom jewelry are available each week. Find us on instagram @artsyfarmersmarket. Vegetables, baked goods and other prepared foods are available on BDP. Grass fed beef and chicken as well as  seafood are offered each week. The first spring crops are only weeks away from being harvested. Turmeric is readily abundant while strawberries are still plentiful and sweet. Check the market's products page for a definitive listing of produce. Organic coffee and kombucha are served each week along with a wide variety of prepared foods."

SUN CENTER: Hunter Alford - 4:45.
BO DIDDLEY COMMUNITY PLAZA: Stava Mala - 4:15, Stephan the Cello Man - 5 :00.  The INspiration - 6:15.



The Stranger, 8:00, Opening Night, Hipp Cinema, Downtown, Various days times.  Starring Orsen Welles, Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young this Academy Award-Nominated (Best Writing, Original Story) thriller follows Franz Kindler (Academy Award Winner Orson Welles), a Nazi fugitive hiding out as a professor in a small Connecticut town. When his new wife (Academy Award Winner Loretta Young) begins to suspect his past, a detective (Academy Award Winner, Edward G. Robinson, ) sets out to uncover his identity.



WE WILL ROCK YOU!, Buchholz Players, Buchholz Hiugh School.  Tonight at 8:00  the Buchholz Players close their season with the high-energy rock musical by the band Queen; We Will Rock You! The Buchholz Players are only the second High School Theater Troupe in the southern and southeastern United States to bring Queen’s power ballades to the stage. In the year 2302, on the I-Planet formerly called Earth, people aren’t allowed to make their own music. All forms of original music are illegal and has been replaced by computer-generated pop from the corporation. Many Queen hits are in the show including Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust, I Want It All and many more. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information.

Where's lunch GLOBers?  Tell me where you will be downtown and the GLOB Master will deliver all the News For Your Eatification brain food you absorb fresh and ready to enjoy . . .


Today in the GLOB!


Talking about a special, unique lunch treat, a trip to Tamal's on downtown S. Main St. surprises the GLOB Master with unique, Mexican flavor profiles in a good, cheap lunch of entrees like THE VEG, and the O-T-P Tamales sounding, and more importantly tasting really delicious. - READ MORE

All about dry yeast

Dry yeast is one of the miracles of modern baking—a free-flowing granular powder made from millions upon millions of dehydrated single-celled organisms.   - READ MORE

American adults are getting fatter

American adults continue to put on the pounds. New data shows that nearly 40 percent of them were obese in 2015 and 2016, a sharp increase from a decade earlier.  - READ MORE




SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY WINNERS: This year The Sony World Photography Awards celebrates its 11th anniversary. It is one of the most respected and influential photography competition. We are presented with the most breath-taking photographs by both professional and amateur artists.



Daily GLOB LUNCH QUOTE OF THE DAY: Life hack #321: Keep cake fresh by eating it in one sitting.



If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.

Have a wonderful Wednesday lunch GLOBers and if you see the GLOB Master downtown be sure to say hello.  If I miss you this afternoon I will see ya right here tomorrow morning.

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

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