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Thai Chain's Cannabis Pizza: Trendy, But Won't Get You High

Thai Chain's Cannabis Pizza: Trendy, But Won't Get You High

By Chalida Ekvittayavechnukul | Nov 27, 2021

One of Thailand's major fast food chains has been promoting its "Crazy Happy Pizza." It's legal but won't get you high.

Yes, There Are Turkeys For Thanksgiving — For a Price

Yes, There Are Turkeys For Thanksgiving — For a Price

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Nov 22, 2021

Turkeys may not be able to fly very far. But their prices can soar — along with the costs of other holiday staples like cranberry sauce and pie filling.

New Study Reveals the Short-Term Effects of Coffee, Both Good and Bad

New Study Reveals the Short-Term Effects of Coffee, Both Good and Bad

By American Heart Association | Nov 16, 2021

Caffeinated coffee may come with a blend of short-term benefits and harms, according to a study that monitored its health effects in real time.

Top 10 US Cities for Fast Food

Top 10 US Cities for Fast Food

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12, 2021

According to new data, Orlando, Houston and Phoenix are top U.S. cities for fast food and food delivery.

Watch: Justin Bieber and Tim Hortons Launch Timbiebs Timbits Collaboration

Watch: Justin Bieber and Tim Hortons Launch Timbiebs Timbits Collaboration

Nov 10, 2021

Pop star Justin Bieber has partnered with coffee chain Tim Hortons to launch Timbiebs Timbits.

American Heart Association Names 'Balance' as Key Word for Healthy Eating Habits

American Heart Association Names 'Balance' as Key Word for Healthy Eating Habits

By Michael Merschel, American Heart Association News | Nov 9, 2021

The latest word on heart-healthy eating is "balance." A new report encourages people to think of broad eating habits instead of narrowly focusing on single foods.

Roasting Coffee with the Rays of the Sun

Roasting Coffee with the Rays of the Sun

By Andrew Medichini | Nov 7, 2021

A couple of engineers in Rome have created an environmentally friendly way to roast coffee beans without electricity or gas.

Antoni Porowski Dishes About His New Cookbook

Antoni Porowski Dishes About His New Cookbook

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 4, 2021

"Queer Eye" food expert Antoni Porowski has a new cookbook out, titled "Let's Do Dinner," and he's been making the media rounds to talk about it.

Italy-Croatia Fight Over Prosecco Name Gets Ready to Pop

Italy-Croatia Fight Over Prosecco Name Gets Ready to Pop

By Colleen Barry | Nov 4, 2021

Italy's Prosecco and Croatia's Prosekar each want its place in the global wine market.

Decorating a Cake With Glitter? Make Sure It's Edible

Decorating a Cake With Glitter? Make Sure It's Edible

Nov 2, 2021

They make cakes and cupcakes sparkle and shine, but popular decorative glitters can contain toxic metals and aren't always safe to eat.

Chef Abra Berens Turns Her Attention to Grains and Legumes in New Cookbook

Chef Abra Berens Turns Her Attention to Grains and Legumes in New Cookbook

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 1, 2021

Chef Abra Berens' new cookbook, "Grist," Berens' offers 140 recipes for cooking grains, beans, seeds and legumes.

Watch: Doritos Unveils LGBTQ+ Themed 'Day of the Dead' Ad

Watch: Doritos Unveils LGBTQ+ Themed 'Day of the Dead' Ad

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 30, 2021

Doritos has a new Spanish-language ad for the "Day of the Dead" that features a surprise from the Other Side: A deceased relative returns in spirit form to introduce his male partner to the family.

Illegal Pot Edibles Sold in California as Popular Snacks

Illegal Pot Edibles Sold in California as Popular Snacks

Oct 30, 2021

California Attorney General Rob Bonta issued a consumer alert Thursday about illegal, potent cannabis edibles for sale that are being packaged to look like snack and candy brands.

Are Gene-Edited Strawberries in Our Future?

Are Gene-Edited Strawberries in Our Future?

Oct 29, 2021

A California-based plant breeding company says they'll soon grow strawberries that will stay fresh longer and have a longer growing season.

Gordon Ramsey's Social Media Project Culminates in Cookbook

Gordon Ramsey's Social Media Project Culminates in Cookbook

By Leanne Italie | Oct 28, 2021

Gordon Ramsay's lockdown cooking endeavor began on YouTube and culminated in "Ramsay in 10," his latest cookbook.

Possible Rise in Baguette Prices Poses Crunch for the French

Possible Rise in Baguette Prices Poses Crunch for the French

By Thomas Adamson | Oct 27, 2021

A hike in the cost of wheat is alarming French households who fear a possible rise in the price of the prized baguette, seen by many as a barometer of the country's economic health.

Is There a Constitutional Right to Food? Mainers to Decide

Is There a Constitutional Right to Food? Mainers to Decide

By Patrick Whittle | Oct 25, 2021

"We want to protect people's ability to grow gardens, grow and raise their own food," says Republican Rep. Billy Bob Faulkingham.

3 LGBTQ+ Couples Taste Success in the Food Industry

3 LGBTQ+ Couples Taste Success in the Food Industry

By Lawrence Ferber | Oct 18, 2021

For some LGBTQ+ couples, being partners in both life and business turns out to be a recipe for success.

US Wholesale Prices Rose Record 8.6% over 12 Months

US Wholesale Prices Rose Record 8.6% over 12 Months

By Martin Crutsinger | Oct 14, 2021

Inflation at the wholesale level rose 8.6% in September compared to a year ago, the largest advance since the 12-month change was first calculated in 2010.

'As Seen on TikTok' is the New 'As Seen on TV'

'As Seen on TikTok' is the New 'As Seen on TV'

By Joseph Pisani | Oct 14, 2021

Near the Twizzlers and Sour Patch Kids at It'Sugar are random items — fidget toys, fruit-shaped soft jelly candies — that earned a spot on the candy store's shelves because they went viral on TikTok.

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