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Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
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TODAY'S QUESTION: Would you rather spend 3 1/2 hours listening to a forum about Obamacare or get a colonoscopy? OK, that was just a cheap stunt to get you to read this column, which is what I pulled last week.
Kevin Morrison started out with Pinche Tacos, a truck cooking up gringified tacos packed with succulent meats and strong flavors.
The "Smash" alum and Season 5 "American Idol" finalist sees thoughts become reality as the heroine of ABC's "In My Dreams," Sunday's new "Hallmark Hall of Fame" movie.
The fast food chain McDonald's has named the Lakes Free Range Egg Company as a '2014 Best of Sustainable Supply' award winner.
Join the "Butcher Boys" of Porter Road Butcher in Nashville, TN, as they share their best tips and meat-cooking secrets, and welcome you into their bustling craft butcher shop.
The former World Savings Bank location at the corner of Third and Broadway is slated to become a Crepeville restaurant.
Police have made an arrest in the killing of prominent chef and restaurateur Humberto Dominguez, Guatemala's interior minister said Thursday.
Many of Wall Street's darling stocks have suffered a recent pullback, while stodgy names have shone.
McDonald's Corp. Canada is facing investigation after a foreign worker from Belize went public with his story of "modern day slavery."
Americans love to eat out, preferably several times a week, according to the Nation's Restaurant News, a publication for the restaurant industry.
In a story April 17 about restaurant sales, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the average sales in a Starbucks location in 2013 was $13.1 million.
According to a story in the Washington City Paper, D.C. has an epidemic of sex in restaurant bathrooms .
Sonic now has about 3,500 drive-ins in 44 states. Sonic's chief development and strategy officer John Budd says the company has a goal to expand into all 50 states.
A restaurant owner who allegedly paid to have a 9-year-old girl smuggled into the country from El Salvador, then forced the child to work at her restaurant and in her home, pleaded not guilty today to one felony count each of human trafficking and slavery, as did her live-in boyfriend.
Three days later, it still seemed like a dream. Ellen DeGeneres yelling for him - Derrick Walton, c'mon down.