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Gifts for Food Lovers

The editors of the Food section and NYT Cooking suggest holiday gifts for the cook who has everything.

This Is What Tea That Costs $1,145 a Pound Tastes Like

The flavor of this En Shi Jade Dew tea is so intense at first that it throws you off guard. It also smells like a glass of warm, full-fat milk.

The Nine Most Insane Thanksgiving Turkey Disasters

Family, food, and fire: For most Americans, Thanksgiving dinner is the most important part of the holiday. Families spend hours (sometimes days) in the kitchen to prepare the perfect feast to devour on the fourth Thursday in November. Show More Summary

Illinois to decide Sunday whether to retain interim coach Bill Cubit

Interim Illinois football coach BIll Cubit will learn his fate Sunday. Paul Kowalczyk, the interim athletic director, on Wednesday told WSKJ-FM 93.5 in Champaign that he and interim Chancellor Barbara Wilson will decide whether to retain Cubit within 24 hours after Saturday's game against Northwestern...

Why One California Taco Bell Offers Free Valet

Yo quiero Taco Bell. When California teen Cher Horowitz suggested in the cult-classic film Clueless that she didn't need to learn how to parallel park because "everywhere you go has valet," she knew what she was talking about. According to UPI, the Encina Grande shopping center in Walnut Creek, Calif. Show More Summary

Dinner for $5: Zesty BBQ Chicken Salad Beats Take-Out

Post by Liz Alterman. Ever find yourself craving a big salad filled with all sorts of yummy ingredients but don't want to blow a bundle at one of those pricey salad bar-style restaurants? Well, we found a BBQ Chicken Salad you can make...Show More Summary

Dogfish Head Hoo Lawd – “Hoppiest Beer Ever Documented”

(Milton,DE) – Dogfish Head has created another boundary-pushing off-centered ale. This time, it just so happens to be the h… The post Dogfish Head Hoo Lawd – “Hoppiest Beer Ever Documented” appeared first on

Turing won't cut list price of lifesaving drug Daraprim sold at Walgreens

A small drugmaker that promised to decrease the price of a lifesaving drug — after raising it about 5,000 percent — now says it will not cut the list price of the drug, sold exclusively by select Walgreens pharmacies. Turing Pharmaceuticals AG, a privately held biopharmaceutical company run by a...

Crystal Lake man, 18, killed kitten over fight about bong: prosecutor

The 18-year-old man accused of killing a kitten with his bare hands had become enraged during an argument with his sister over a bong, a prosecutor said in court Wednesday. The judge in the case refused to lower the bond for Axel Salemi, 18. He is accused of killing the 7-week-old kitten that his...

Frank Gifford and the NFL's Concussion Crisis

The Hall of Fame quarterback and sports analyst, who died earlier this year, suffered from a degenerative brain condition brought on by head trauma.

27 Limited-Edition Sweets and Snacks You Need to Add to Your Shopping Cart

Pumpkin spice season may be coming to an end, but there's no reason to fret. That just means more space on store shelves for holiday flavors like gingerbread, candy cane, and spiced cider. We've been trying everything we can get our hands on to suss out the superstars. Show More Summary

North Korean Kimchi to Be Given Unesco Heritage Status

North Korea's kimchi is expected to gain Intangible Cultural Heritage status. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea — North Korea to the layman — is rarely the recipient of international honors, but the nation's proud tradition of kimchi is drawing praise from Unesco. Show More Summary

How to keep your Thanksgiving guests caffeinated

On Thursday morning, before you preheat the oven, before you clear the table to make room for the gravy and the squash and the fried rice and the so on, likely you'll make a cup of coffee. Or should, anyway. It's also not a bad idea to have coffee on hand to offer to friends and family who prefer...

Tailgate Food by the Numbers: The Highs and Lows of Pregame Prices

How does the cost of your favorite meal compare to prices in 2000? Eater’s Consumer Plate Index takes a look at Consumer Price Index data to show how economic changes affect the cultural and monetary value of classic dishes over time. Show More Summary

Martellus Bennett, Eddie Royal, Ka'Deem Carey out vs. Packers

The Bears have ruled tight end Martellus Bennett out for Thursday’s game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Bennett suffered an injury to his ribs in Sunday’s loss to the Broncos and won’t be able to get on the field against the Packers. The hit could have occurred on a big hit by...

Black City Council members renew call for top cop's ouster over teen's shooting

Black aldermen renewed their call Wednesday for the firing of Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy over the handling of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald by police officer Jason Van Dyke. Members of the City Council's black caucus also said an independent prosecutor should be brought in to...

Hall of Famer Frank Gifford suffered from CTE, family says

The family of Pro Football Hall of Famer Frank Gifford says signs of the degenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) were found in his brain after his death. In a statement released through NBC News on Wednesday, the family says Gifford suffered from unspecified "cognitive and behavioral...

Cubs acquire left-hander Rex Brothers from Rockies

The Chicago Cubs continued to add relievers Wednesday by acquiring left-hander Rex Brothers from the Rockies in exchange for minor league reliever Wander Cabrera. Brothers, 27, is 16-11 with a 3.42 ERA in 286 major league relief appearances covering the past five seasons. Brothers has struck out...

Is McDonald's all-day breakfast hurting IHOP and Denny's?

McDonald's all-day breakfast seems to be having an unexpected impact: Some diners are driving past sit-down restaurants in search of an Egg McMuffin. There are early indications, according to some chains and analysts, that McDonald's menu tinkering is taking a bite out of chains previously not...

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