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A national vs. state-by-state look at America's favorite jelly bean flavors

From buttered popcorn to chocolate and everything in between, here's a look at America's favorite flavors of jelly beans— both overall and state-by-state. Read more

Burgers outselling classic baguette sandwiches in France

PARIS (AP) — Forget the baguette. The French are going crazy for burgers. Read more

How to be mere minutes away from a tasty crusted salmon

It seems like mere moments after I get the last dish dried and put away, it's time to make dinner again. Is it me or are the days actually getting shorter, whizzing by in a blur and then coming to a screeching halt at 6 p.m. when every person in my household starts wandering into the kitchen, casually asking what's for dinner, usually while opening up a cupboard to peruse available snacks? Read more

Reader Recipe: Delicious Raisin Bars

Submitted by Doris Schmidt of Storm Lake, Iowa Read more


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Reader Recipe: Caramel 'n Chocolate Pecan Bars

Submitted by Anita Harrington of Sioux City Read more

Trattoria Fresco offers authentic Italian cuisine at brand new location

SIOUX CITY --  For more than four months, Israel Padilla has been fielding calls from desperate diners who wanted to know when Trattoria Fr… Read more

On the menu for McDonald's: Cut greenhouse gas emissions

NEW YORK (AP) — The company behind the golden arches wants to get greener. Read more

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Famous people and the foods they can't stand

On the heels of Tom Brady explaining why he despises strawberries, here are 10 other famous people and the foods they avoid. Read more

Where you can find the most caffeinated places in America

While coffee might hold beloved status throughout the U.S., not all places are created equal when it comes to finding a truly good cup. Her… Read more

A look at the best beer and brewery in each state

Where can you find the best beer in each state? What about the best brewery (they aren't always the makers of the best beer, by the way)? Read more

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EPA pledges new plan on contaminant from non-stick coatings

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal environmental regulators say they'll consult with states on managing contamination from a range of long-used non-stick coatings. Read more

Love Jai Alai IPA from Cigar City? Don’t miss brewery’s Maduro Brown Ale

The beer: Maduro Brown Ale by Cigar City, made in Tampa, Fla. Read more

Pour wine to savor and enjoy, not guzzle

When you think of the broad concept of “enjoying wine,” or at least when I think of it, it’s hard not to imagine a glass being raised. Sometimes it’s a person raising a glass in a gesture of “Cheers,” and other times, it’s a bottoms-up raising of the glass as someone takes a sip or a whiff of wine. But just as often, that glass is being raised slightly — at the end of an extended arm — to move it closer to the opening of a bottle that is about to be poured. Read more