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Pizza Hut app allows customers to track their pizza delivery

Pizza Hut is unveiling a new app so its customers will never again need to ask: "Where's my pizza?"

Fried chicken candle

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Kentucky company selling Fried Chicken candle

Who won't get hungry remembering the smell of the fried chicken cooking on your mama's stove?

Espresso in space


Here's how to make espresso in outer space

Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is not only the first Italian woman in space, but she's the first astronaut to drink espresso in orbit.


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Beard Award winners: The best in America are...

What makes a restaurant the hottest destination in town?

Glowing Yelp reviews, Instagram-worthy presentation and high praise from critics and food bloggers go a long way. But among chefs and restaurateurs, nothing says you've made it like a James Bear...

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Panera eliminates additives, joins healthy food trend

Good news: Panera Bread will no longer put Tert-Butyl-Hydroquinone in your sandwich.

Josh Ozersky

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Food writer Josh Ozersky dead

Noted food writer Josh Ozersky, known as an unabashed fan of the carnivorous lifestyle, has died at the age of 47.

2 executed were among 5 Eastern Lightning cult members convicted

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McDonald's CEO promises better food

New McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook unveiled a turnaround plan for the struggling fast food giant Monday morning. And he did not mince words when discussing the company's problems.

He said that the recent performance was "poor" and that "the numbers...


All about elotes

Flea markets are about more than hot deals on even hotter merchandise ...

Missouri governor vetoes bill cutting welfare benefits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a bill that would cut the amount of time low-income families can receive welfare benefits.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods ignites social media controversy in Baltimore

Whole Foods is finding itself in the middle of social media storm after one of its Baltimore stores posted a photo showing National Guard troops in the city getting sandwiches and water there.



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