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Cleveland's Exploding Culinary Scene Is One Reason to Visit the City This Fall

Cleveland's Exploding Culinary Scene Is One Reason to Visit the City This Fall

By Brandon Schultz | Sep 14, 2022

From the world-famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to the always-free Cleveland Museum of Art, ever-growing Cleveland has plenty to experience for a full weekend getaway, but the best reason to visit remains the city's vibrant culinary scene.

Retailers Pull Lobster from Menus after 'Red List' Warning

Retailers Pull Lobster from Menus after 'Red List' Warning

By Patrick Whittle | Sep 9, 2022

Some retailers are taking lobster off the menu after an assessment from an influential conservation group that the harvest of the seafood poses too much of a risk to rare whales and should be avoided.

Swiss Retailer Rolls out 'Coffee Balls' to Replace Capsules

Swiss Retailer Rolls out 'Coffee Balls' to Replace Capsules

Sep 6, 2022

Swiss retailer Migros said Tuesday that it is launching a coffeemaking system designed to replace capsules that produce thousands of tons of waste worldwide each year.

Sweet or Not? German Farmer Trials Solar Roofs for Orchard

Sweet or Not? German Farmer Trials Solar Roofs for Orchard

By Daniel Niemann | Sep 1, 2022

Large-scale solar installations on arable land are becoming increasingly popular in Europe and North America, as farmers seek to make the most of their land and establish a second source of revenue.

Tea Drinkers Enjoy Possible Health Benefits, Study Suggests

Tea Drinkers Enjoy Possible Health Benefits, Study Suggests

By Carla K. Johnson | Aug 30, 2022

Tea can be part of a healthy diet and people who drink tea may even be a little more likely to live longer than those who don't, according to a large study.

Drought Forces Earliest harvest Ever in French Wine Country

Drought Forces Earliest harvest Ever in French Wine Country

By Sylvie Corbet | Aug 26, 2022

Paradoxically, the season of heat waves and wildfires produced excellent grapes, despite lower yields. But achieving such a harvest required creative changes in growing techniques.

Happy Valley Massachusetts Unveils 'Wicked Fast' Cannabis Edibles

Happy Valley Massachusetts Unveils 'Wicked Fast' Cannabis Edibles

SPONSORED CONTENT | Aug 24, 2022

The future of cannabis edibles has arrived, perhaps fittingly, in a place called Happy Valley. It's a breakthrough derived from the science of nanotechnology, formulated for a faster effect.

What Does the Queen Like with Tea? Jam Sandwiches Every Day

What Does the Queen Like with Tea? Jam Sandwiches Every Day

Aug 22, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II has eaten jam sandwiches every day since she was a toddler, according to her former private chef.

Kraft Heinz Recalling Contaminated Capri Sun Juice Pouches

Kraft Heinz Recalling Contaminated Capri Sun Juice Pouches

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Aug 16, 2022

Kraft Heinz is recalling thousands of pouches of Capri Sun after some cleaning solution accidentally mixed with the juice on a production line.

'Golden Girls' LA Pop-Up Restaurant has the Golden Touch

'Golden Girls' LA Pop-Up Restaurant has the Golden Touch

By Terry Tang | Aug 5, 2022

Thirty years after "The Golden Girls" ended on NBC, fans still can't let go of the sitcom about four housemates — Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia — bonding over aging, dating and cheesecake.

S. Korean Garlic Video Ad Roasted over Purported Obscenity

S. Korean Garlic Video Ad Roasted over Purported Obscenity

By Hyung-jin Kim | Aug 3, 2022

A rural South Korean town is getting roasted over its video ad on garlic that some farmers say stinks of obscenity and has even sexually objectified the agricultural product.

Feds Target U.S. Companies Caught in Lucrative Shark Fin Trade

Feds Target U.S. Companies Caught in Lucrative Shark Fin Trade

By Joshua Goodman | Aug 2, 2022

While the barbaric practice is driven by China, where shark fin soup is a symbol of status for the rich and powerful, America's seafood industry isn't immune from the trade.

Washington D.C.: A Capital City for Foodies

Washington D.C.: A Capital City for Foodies

SPONSORED CONTENT | Aug 1, 2022

When it comes to eating, foodies might not think of the nation's capitol as a hub of gustatory delights from gourmand to good and casual. But D.C. is a paradise for the palate. Check out these tasty options.

Inflation Hits NYC's Bodega Favorite: Bacon, Egg, and Cheese

Inflation Hits NYC's Bodega Favorite: Bacon, Egg, and Cheese

By Robert Bumsted | Jul 27, 2022

The classic bodega breakfast sandwich is a staple in many a New Yorker's diet. It's easy to make, easy to eat on the go and cheap — although not as cheap as it used to be.

RIP: Klondike Discontinues Choco Taco

RIP: Klondike Discontinues Choco Taco

By Michelle Chapman | Jul 26, 2022

Choco Taco, a favored poolside cuisine for generations, will soon be no more after owner and ice cream maker Klondike decided to discontinue the summer treat.

Baking Star Paul Hollywood Returns to the Classic Recipes

Baking Star Paul Hollywood Returns to the Classic Recipes

By Mark Kennedy | Jul 26, 2022

The English baking specialist has returned to the basics this summer, offering ultimate versions of recipes that have been adjusted and updated for the modern world.

William Chris Wines: A Taste of Texas in Every Bottle

William Chris Wines: A Taste of Texas in Every Bottle

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 6, 2022

The shared philosophy of William Chris Vineyards is "great wines aren't made, but grown in the vineyard." Find out why this Texas winegrower is so worth your while.

Kellogg Loses UK Fight to Block Ban on Sugary Cereal Promos

Kellogg Loses UK Fight to Block Ban on Sugary Cereal Promos

Jul 5, 2022

Breakfast food giant Kellogg Co. lost a legal bid Monday to block new anti-obesity measures in England banning the promotion of sugary cereals.

Shake Shack Raises Money for The Trevor Project

Shake Shack Raises Money for The Trevor Project

By Christopher Ehlers | Jun 30, 2022

This Pride, Shake Shack has once again pledged support for The Trevor Project, an organization they've been supporting since 2017.

From Under to on the Rocks: Invasive Crabs Become Whiskey

From Under to on the Rocks: Invasive Crabs Become Whiskey

By Michael Casey | Jun 28, 2022

A New Hampshire distillery has come up with its newest concoction called "Crab Trapper" — whiskey flavored with invasive green crabs.

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