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Tituss Burgess of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Doesn’t Suffer Wine Snobs

"The wine industry can be a very elitist party," says Tituss Burgess, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor who recently launched his own line of wines. "I don't have any desire to be invited to that party. So I created my own party."

Your Burger Will Taste Better If You Think the Cow Had a Happy Life

New research from Northeastern University suggests that beliefs about how an animal was raised influences enjoyment of eating meat.

Public comments so far show support for 3rd GMO apple

There are 18 days remaining in the public comment period on the Arctic Fuji as Okenagan Specialty Fruits Inc. seeks permission to market its third variety of genetically modified, non-browning apple. Bioresource engineer Neal Carter,...Show More Summary

Virginia provides scant details about Hepatitis A outbreak

The number of people sickened in a Hepatitis A outbreak linked to frozen imported strawberries served by Tropical Smoothie Cafe is increasing daily, reaching 28 as of Thursday, but state health officials are not providing any other details. Virginia’s Department of Health issued a public warning Aug. 19, but has not posted any additional information.... Continue Reading

This Is What a 100-Day-Old Cheeseburger Tastes Like

Belcampo Meat Co.'s "Century Burger" has a beautiful flavor, but probably not what you would expect after hearing the words “100-day-aged” and “beef” in the same sentence. Think: grassy and lamb-like.

How South Korea Uses Kimchi To Connect To The World — And Beyond

The traditional dish is so essential to the nation's culture and identity that the government promotes it globally in an effort to foster understanding and peace among countries.

Pity The Canadian Olympian Running Today

Is there anything sadder than a life's work geared to one event that gets swept away by another bigger event on short notice? Our national public broadcaster has rightly determined that the last evening of Olympic coverage is going to...Show More Summary

How Wheaties Set the Gold-Medal Standard for Sports Endorsements

From Caitlyn Jenner to Michael Phelps, why the iconic cereal box endures Whether or not breakfast really is the most important meal of the day remains up for debate, but in recent years it’s emerged as a gigantic growth opportunity for food manufacturers and restaurants alike — just ask McDonald’s. Show More Summary

Therapy Could Cure Your Peanut Allergy

New research funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows that oral immunotherapy—the process of eating small, gradually increasing amounts of peanut—can successfully suppress peanut allergies in young children.

Dill Pickle Potato Chips Are the New Salt and Vinegar

Netflix and dill? Hot dog, sour cream and cheddar, strawberry cake: Innovations in potato chip flavors sailed past barbecue long, long ago. Today, there are chips flavored with wasabi, hot sauce, brie cheese, and cappuccino — but none...Show More Summary

North Korea Is Holding Its First-Ever Beer Festival

The festival features North Korea’s homegrown and state-owned beer, called Taedonggang, named after the iconic Taedong river, which flows through Pyongyang. The festival will run for 20 days and is being held on a restaurant boat that floats on the eponymous river.

Why Craft Brewers Are Still Stressed About Last Year’s Pumpkin Shortage

The lingering effect of last year’s pumpkin deficit is being felt now as some brewers are reporting problems in sourcing pumpkin puree for their fall pumpkin beers.

Raymond Blanc Wants Food to be Classless

"It’s a shame that food is still class-led when it should be classless,” says the Michelin-starred French chef. “My father was a working class man but my God, we ate so well."

How the Zika Frenzy Is Hurting Miami’s Restaurant Industry

“We got through the face-eating zombie on bath salts, we got through Elian Gonzalez, we’ll get through this.”

To What Extent Should We Train Autistic Kids to Be Normal?

A new piece by Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn on the use of “applied behavioral analysis” (ABA) is eliciting a lot of strong…

This Pirates Fan Getting Nailed in the Face with Nachos Is the Best Thing You’ll Watch Today

When a foul ball's approaching, do you have quick reflexes? Or are you a fan with a cardboard box full of food on your lap who should duck or otherwise get the hell out of the way?

Golden Gymnast Simone Biles Celebrates With Pepperoni Pizza

Of course she does Team USA's Simone Biles led her team in crushing the competition at Tuesday night's gymnastics team finals, and she'll compete for more gold medals today in the individual all-around finals. What fuels this kind of...Show More Summary

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