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The Fire Prevention Education Center at the New York State Fair recently underwent several changes to help educate fairgoers about fire prevention.
8 hrs ago | 7x7
Yes, yes, yes, bacon is pretty damn delicious, but it this cured pork-obsessed city - where you can order it on everything from your ramen to your cocktail - we're getting a little bacon fatigued.
9 hrs ago | Topsail Advertiser
Lunches and snacks for back-to-school students can be very healthy and tasty. Fruits and vegetables along with nuts, raisins and dried cranberries add a nutritional value to the menu.
13 hrs ago | HeraldNet
The verdant green fields along the Pilchuck River, crowned by a big red barn, have been farmed by the Schwarzmiller family since 1903.
17 hrs ago | Examiner.com
For those diners wishing to have a fine dining experience while eating healthy, this Darden restaurant is a top pick.
Executives at the new SLS Las Vegas haven't stopped since last weekend's epic opening, and, as its first full week goes into the accounting books, they're firing up on all cylinders for Labor Day Weekend.
A patent has been issued for research that alleviates pain in cattle suffering from lameness and following castration, dehorning.
The "moonut" has a dusting of paprika and shitaki mushrooms instead of sugar and the beef is stewed in Guinness.
Families have become more knowledgeable about why and what they eat. Farm to table, farmer's markets and even back yard gardens have become maintains in the community.
Last week, Chick-fil-A began a limited-time test of new breakfast entrées in the Inland Empire.
Fried chicken is part of the soul of the South. There are entire cookbooks devoted to great fried chicken recipes.
Sevastopol is not just the Crimean jewel of Vladimir Putin's ambition; it's also an old, local neighborhood where an independent town had existed into the 20th century.
WE'VE had bunless burgers and giant schnitzels, and now fast food chain Arby's have invented the Meat Mountain.
Like his father and grandfather before him, butcher Lou DeRosa lifts thick slabs of bacon from the glass case at Marconda's Meats and wraps them for a waiting customer.
Labor Day weekend is only a handful of days away, and that means many folks will be hosting end-of-summer parties, barbecues and cook-outs.
Lou DeRosa, owner of Marconda's Meats, cuts a slab of Danish pork belly in halfat Marconda's Meats in Los Angeles on August 7, 2014.
The attention was damning. In 2012, ABC News ran an 11-segment investigation on a low-cost meat product critics called "pink slime," a moniker coined by a former USDA employee who argued the filler wasn't really beef.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 09:38 pm
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