Food Aid for Typhoon Haiyan Survivors, Dulces and Pho Cyclo Open, and More Food News

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1. Several non-profits are collecting donations to aid survivors of Typhoon Haiyan: UN relief organization World Food Programme is providing 40 metric tons of fortified biscuits to victims. Texting AID to 27722 if you’d like donate $10, or contribute online.

2. After operating in Madrona for almost two decades and running a downtown eatery for less than a year, Dulces Bistro & Wine is now open on 19th and Madison, reports CHS.

3. Serving SLU and Queen Anne, Pho Cyclo launches its fifth store a week from tomorrow at 900 Dexter Avenue N. Free lunch delivery for orders of more than $20 will be available from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm during the workweek. The Vietnamese chainlet also just rolled out a kid-sized pho--sans onions--at all of its locations.

4. A fire at the world’s largest knish producer (on Long Island) has caused a nationwide shortage of the sweet treats. Assuming everything goes according to plan, “The Original Coney Island Square Knish” is scheduled to be back on the shelves in time for Thanksgivingukkah.

 
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