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The Royal Kitchen: Brooklyn Baking Barons

By Terence Diamond | Jul 22
Baking royalty has arrived in Brooklyn by way of a whiskey honey cake that's taking the culinary world by storm. But the lineage is self-coronated.

Tomato-Obsessed Schoolboy Hypnotized to Overcome Fear of Food

Jul 21
An English schoolboy who lived on a diet of tomato-based foods for ten years has finally eaten a proper meal - after being hypnotised to overcome his bizarre fear of food.

Hungry in Halifax

By Kelsy Chauvin | Jul 20
The good news is that Nova Scotia's culinary appeal covers a whole lot more than just seafood. The even better news is that the seafood here is among the best in the world.

The Terror of Hunger: Middle-Class Venezuelans Cross the Border for Food

By Hannah Dreier | Jul 19
The harrowing story of one Venezuelan couple's desperate attempt to source food from neighboring Colombia.

I'm Not Lovin' It: McDonald's Blocks Access to Porn on Its WiFi

Jul 18
McDonald's customers can no longer watch porn on their devices using the fast food giant's free WiFi.

The Four Seasons Restaurant: End of an Era

Jul 18
After serving a "must see" crowd of business executive and celebrities for 57 years, the Philip Johnson-designed restaurant served its last meals Saturday.

Marriage Case Plaintiff Obergefell Helps Launch Line of Wines

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jul 17
A tribute to Obergefell and Arthur on the bottle explains that, "this beautiful sparkling rosé is a toast to marriage equality and those reluctant activists who change our world."

That Big Pub Crawl Downtown? It's Just 'Pokemon Go' Fans

By Brandon Bailey | Jul 16
If you thought it was bad dodging phone-fixated "Pokemon Go" players on the sidewalk, just wait: Legions of tipsy people could soon be chasing cartoon monsters from one tavern to the next in a series of pub crawls planned for cities across the U.S.

Daiquiri Contest Livens Up Havana Bar - a Hemingway Favorite

By Peter Orsi | Jul 15
Happy hour came early Thursday as 10 bartenders from six countries including Cuba, the United States and Canada vied to be crowned "king of the daiquiri" at the storied Old Havana tavern where the drink was born.

"Real Food/Fake Food" Author on Surprising Ways Consumers Get Tricked

Jul 15
USAToday.com restaurant columnist Larry Olmsted joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Real Food/Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating and What You Can Do about It."

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