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Tradition Takes the (King) Cake During Mardis Gras Season

By Rebecca Santana | Jan 13
New Orleans is a city strong on traditions, and few inspire as much passion as the king cakes of Mardi Gras season.

Fish and Chirps? Crickets Make Leap in Demand as a Protein

By Lisa Rathke | Jan 13
At Tomorrow's Harvest farm, you won't find acres of land on which animals graze, or rows of corn, or bales of hay. Just stacks of boxes in a basement and the summery song of thousands of chirping crickets.

Tuscany's Secret to Making Good Wine

Jan 13
In the Italian countryside of Tuscany, a winemaker tells us the secret to good wine. It's not just sun and soil. The grapes at one vineyard are serenaded all day, every day by classical music.

Wine Refills? Washington State Eyes Growlers

By Alexis Myers | Jan 12
A proposed measure in Washington state would allow wine lovers to fill reusable containers known as growlers from taps at grocery stores, wine boutiques and other places licensed to sell wine in the state.

Taco Bell Goes National with Fried Chicken Taco Shell

Jan 12
Taco Bell plans to go nationwide this month with its latest concoction: a taco with a shell made entirely out of fried chicken.

Chef Brings Attention to Cuisine of Melania Trump's Homeland

By Verena Dobnik | Jan 11
A master chef is bringing attention to the cuisine of Melania Trump's homeland.

Master Distiller Parker Beam Dies

By Bruce Schreiner | Jan 10
Parker Beam, who carried on his family's historic bourbon-making tradition, died Monday after battling Lou Gehrig's disease. He was 75.

Megadeth Bassist to Debut Coffeehouse in Minn. Hometown

Jan 9
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson is brewing up some powerful coffee in his Minnesota hometown.

Jamie Oliver to Shut 6 UK Restaurants in Tough Brexit Market

Jan 6
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is shutting six of his 42 Jamie's Italian restaurants in Britain amid tough trading conditions and a lower pound following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

Bird Flu Runs Rampant in France's Foie Gras Region

Jan 5
French authorities started slaughtering ducks in the main foie gras-producing region on Thursday to try to contain a dangerous form of bird flu.

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