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4 hrs ago | Detroit News

Pizza Hut testing 'skinny slice'

Pizza Hut is testing out a lighter pizza in two U.S. markets as it seeks to freshen up its menu and regain its footing against competitors. The tests of the 'Skinny Slice' pies began this week at several dozen restaurants in Toledo, Ohio, and West Palm Beach, Florida.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Pizza, Dining, Dessert, Pies, West Palm Beach, FL

5 hrs ago | KTMF

Emotions mount on final day of Scottish campaign

17, 2014. . Scottish independence referendum Yes campaigner Roisin McLaren walks up stairs in a residential building as she canvasses voters in Edinburgh, Scotland, Tuesday, Sept.


Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Cake, Life, Dessert, Food, Lothian County, Scotland,

10 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

Regional Icon: a Greggs wagon, pictured next to the Angel of the North

AS the recession continued to bite hard, even high street baker Greggs eventually found the squeeze too tough to swallow. Previously impervious to the downturn, the popular Newcastle-based pie and pasty maker finally admitted defeat last year, issuing its first profits warning for five years as shoppers turned away from its stores.


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food

14 hrs ago | This Is Lancashire

Takeaway food found dumped at beauty spot

Food that resembles pizza bases, naan breads and tortilla wraps was discovered floating around the edge of the water last Tuesday by horrified local resident Megan Hamer who was walking her dog. The discovery comes just weeks after The Bolton News reported that botulism was likely to be the blame for a recent surge in avian deaths at the lodge, including swan cygnets.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Bread, Botulism, Health

Tue Sep 16, 2014

CBC News

Julie Van Rosendaal: What to do with the harvest rescued after snowstorm

Julie Van Rosendaal shares recipes and cooking tips with the Calgary Eyeopener every Tuesday morning at 8:20. The cookbook author and food writer is also very active on Twitter.


Related Topix: Life, Recipes, Cake, Dessert, Vegetables

The Winnipeg Free Press

Other Opinion: Personal freedoms suffer in pursuit of safety

A recent exhaustive article on the eve of National Roasted Marshmallow Day , instructed Americans how to successfully toast a marshmallow without injuring themselves. The U.S. Forest Service was thoroughly mocked for a recent exhaustive article on the eve of National Roasted Marshmallow Day , instructing Americans how to successfully toast a marshmallow without injuring themselves.


Related Topix: Cake, Life, Dessert, Food, Nutrition, Opinion

Redlands Daily Facts

Eat a Wienerschnitzel corn dog and you could win a million bucks

Then head over to Wienerschnitzel and pick up a corn dog because the hot dog chain has brought back its “Cash in on a Corn Dog” sweepstakes. This year's grand prize is $1 million.


Related Topix: Life, Cookies, Dessert, Food, Ice Cream, Cake, Redlands, CA, San Bernardino, CA

Truro Daily News

Dorie Greenspan talks up 6 things you should be baking, but aren't, and shares a granola cake

The annoying thing about Dorie Greenspan is that no matter how much you don't like to bake, aren't good at baking, don't even want to bake... If you listen to her long enough, you'll find yourself hankering to get your hands into some flour, certain even you can whip up some laborious, glorious baked treat. Her can-do attitude is that infectious.


Related Topix: Cake, Life, Dessert, Recipes


Why you crave pumpkin flavors in the fall

"[Customers are] saying 'more pumpkin, more pumpkin, more pumpkin,'" said Stan Frankenthaler, Dunkin' Donuts' executive chef. Among the chain's seasonal offerings: pumpkin donuts, muffins and cream cheese.


Related Topix: Recipes, Drink, Coffee, Life, Holidays, Halloween, Cake, Dessert, Food

This is Local London

Gluten-free baker is crowned rising star

Tom Thexton, of Haringey, suffers from coeliac disorder and went into baking to champion the cause of gluten-free bread. Mr Thexton, who set up the Wild Thexton Bakery single-handedly 18 months ago and now supplies The Ritz, the Grosvenor House Hotel and the Ledbury, was last week crowned 'rising star' at the Baking Industry Awards 2014.


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food

Mon Sep 15, 2014

Cambridge Evening News

Addenbrookea s Charitable Trust launches new breast cancer campaign

People are being urged to dust off their coffee cups, get creative in the kitchen and hold an afternoon tea party to help raise A 70,000 for breast cancer treatment, care and research at Addenbrooke's. This year, Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust , the dedicated charity for Addenbrooke's and the Rosie, is relaunching its appeal to beat breast cancer and is hoping to raise A 70,000 for a new ultrasound scanner and vital research into breast medicine at the Cambridge Breast Unit at Addenbrooke's.


Related Topix: Medicine, Cancer, Health, Breast Cancer, Standardized Testing, Education, Cake, Life, Dessert, Food

Western Telegraph

Stars getting stuffed for charity

Stars including Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood are getting their teeth into a fundraising challenge as they are pictured filling their faces for a good cause. Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle and Blue's Simon Webbe - a contestant on the new series of Strictly - have also posed with tasty treats ahead of the annual World's Biggest Coffee Morning, which takes place for Macmillan Cancer Support later this month.


Related Topix: Ubisoft, Strictly Come Dancing, Video Games, Craig Revel Horwood, Cake, Life, Dessert, Food

Retford Today

Notts: Mary Berry films episode of Who Do You Think You Are at Welbeck Bakehouse

The Great British Bake Off presenter Mary Berry has paid a visit to the Welbeck Bakehouse in North Notts to film an episode of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are. In order to recreate the type of baking that he would have done, and to illustrate how specialised this kind of work was, the TV crew came to The School of Artisan Food and the well-known Welbeck Bakehouse to use their facilities.


Related Topix: Who Do You Think You Are?, Entertainment, Television, Life, Food, Bread

Brann sisters add twist to family restaurant business

After working for decades in the family restaurant business, Kelly Brann-Wohlgemuth and Kristy Brann-Kirkman are branching out on their own. Naming the eatery with the Italian word for "perfect" seemed fitting for what the sisters hope will be the "perfect little yogurt shop."


Related Topix: Cake, Life, Dessert, Food, Fruits

The Healthy Plate: Recipe for baked white fish in parsley sauce

Here's the thing about baked white fish, such as haddock or cod: We know we should eat more of it because it's such a healthy choice. Trouble is, we also know that most baked white fish is dry and tasteless.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Cookies, Dessert

Cybercast News Service

Why hire? French confront reasons for malaise

Marc Winocour and his two sons have enjoyed some success transforming the family farm into a field-to-table company that includes bread ovens, delivery trucks and a boutique. Revenues are climbing more than 50 percent a year.


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food, Francois Hollande

KWQC-TV Davenport

Why hire? French confront reasons for malaise

11, 2014. . Alexis Maldjian manager of the Claridge parking, left, directs employees in Paris, Friday, Sept.


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food, Francois Hollande

ABC News

Queensland police clamp down on people using disabled parking bays without proper permit

"I've got a community telling me, 'I can't go to the shops to buy a loaf of bread because someone who is able-bodied has taken up that space'," she said. "I had one instance where there were five disabled parking bays, and all were filled, and none of the cars had a permit, so that's pretty bad."


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food

Streatham Guardian

The new school year started with a trip a long, long way back in time at Meadleads Primary School.

Year 5 pupils were introduced to a new topic, the stone age, by classroom staff who were dressed like people from that time. Pupils discussed food from the stone age, how prehistoric people would fine it and what they would cook, with ideas including foraging for nuts and wild berries, hunting mammoths and spears and arrows.


Related Topix: Life, Bread, Food, Fruits

Nottingham Evening Post

Steve's happy to reap all he sows ... in 19-hour day

"WE plough the fields and scatter the good seed on the land," goes the harvest hymn beloved of seasonal festival programmers and primary school pianists. "But it is fed and watered by God's almighty hand."


Related Topix: Life, Food, Bread, Agriculture, Science