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  1. An anonymous buyer has purchased this 25-year-old Old Rip Van Winkle bourbon from Datz in Tampa. [Courtesy of Datz Restaurant Group]
  2. Blood orange marmalade is made with blood oranges, sugar and water. [MICHELLE STARK  |  Times]
  3. Two passersby walk by The Mill restaurant in downtown St. Petersburg. The Mill has closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [BOYZELL HOSEY |  Times]
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  5. Popical Popcorn owner Lynn Roberts opened her gourmet popcorn store in Clearwater in June. [Courtesy of Popical Popcorn]
  6. Whiskey Cake managing partner Shane Bell, 45, center, along with executive chef Maurice Evans, 37, right, prepare an order for Simon Imam, 45, of Tampa's Westchase community. Since closing to dining customers, Whiskey Cake is offering a menu of food items and coveted alcohol for takeout. [CHRIS URSO      |  Times]
  7. Ciccio Water garnished its Bloody Mary samples with bacon at the Tampa Bay Bloody Mary Festival in 2016 in Tampa. [Times (2016)]
  8. Tampa Carryout has brought a rotating lineup of food trucks to Tabellas at Delaney Creek in Tampa. [Courtesy of Tabellas at Delaney Creek]
  9. Holly Leist of Little Pond Farm loads a box of preordered produced into a customer's car at the retooled Saturday Morning Market in St. Petersburg on March 21. [BOYZELL HOSEY   |   Times]
  10. Shea Harrington, 33, hands a meal to her son Jaden Ford, 6, after receiving a free meal from food truck owner Brian Lairby at the newly formed Food Truck Convoy. It's offering free meals around St. Petersburg. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  11. Times food and lifestyle editor Michelle Stark chops vegetables. [Times (2017)]
  12. Volunteers and staff at the Feeding Tampa Bay distribution center hand out free kid's lunches breakfast at a drive-through meal center, part of 17 centers opened in response to the pandemic which has forced all area schools to close. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  1. This 25-year-old Old Rip Van Winkle bourbon is listed on Datz's takeout menu. [Courtesy of Datz Restaurant Group]
  2. Bartender Tony Finotti from Copper Shaker mixes up an espresso martini as he hosts a livestream cocktail course at the Urban Stillhouse, part of a virtual fundraising effort to help out of work bartenders during the coronavirus pandemic. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times]
  3. Pour yourself a glass and gather around Zoom for a virtual happy hour. [LUCA BRUNO  |  AP]
  4. Tampa's Zukku Sushi, known for its classic and specialty sushi rolls, has launched a to-go and delivery concept called Zukku-Tori. [Courtesy of Zukku Sushi]
  5. A sign promoting takeout availability at the Crown & Bull in Dunedin. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  6. Planning to check out Horse Soldier Bourbon's virtual speakeasy? Here's what you need to make an Old Fashioned for the live stream. [SYDNEY LIEBMAN  |  Horse Soldier Bourbon]
  7. Brian Griffin, left, the owner of St. Angelo's Pizza in New Port Richey, with his daughter, Justine Griffin, on her wedding day. Griffin postponed retirement to pay for the wedding. Now, like many small businesses, St. Angelo's has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. [Chip Litherland]
  8. Waffle House has temporarily shuttered 365 locations around the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times (2019)]
  9. Michelle Stark eating a salad [Times (2017)]
  10. Tropical carrot and pineapple cupcakes. [LORRAINE FINA STEVENSKI   |  Special to the TImes]
  11. Noble Crust now serves to-go craft cocktails curbside in St. Petersburg. [Courtesy of Noble Crust]
  12. Got yeast and flour? You can make lots of things, starting with a simple rustic loaf of bread. [Times (2017)]
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