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1633 Greek Offers Modern Mediterranean Cuisine

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 11
Dodge the scrum of traffic stanchions outlining New York City's ever-promised Second Avenue Subway at 85th Street, and you'll find yourself poised to enjoy modern Greek cuisine at 1633 Restaurant.

American Idol Winner Taylor Hicks to Host 'State Plate'

Oct 10
American Idol winner Taylor Hicks hosts a new show that looks at iconic foods throughout the country.

Scenic Sips: 10 California Wineries Not to Miss

By Michelle Locke | Oct 10
Here are 10 California wineries with views that will have you pulling your nose out of that glass - the better to drink in the scenery.

Coffee Talk: Riding Java's 'Third Wave'

By Andy Smith | Oct 7
America may be late to the party, but it looks like we're making a full court (French) press as we transition from Sanka to Starbucks to a limitless array of caffeinated options.

Trendy Quinoa Sprouts Up Along West Coast

Oct 6
Americans consume more than half of the global production of quinoa, but the trendy South American grain barely has a foothold in U.S. agriculture.

Our Freezers Runneth Over: Explaining the U.S. Food Surplus

By David Pitt | Oct 6
The glut of food means lower prices for consumers. Here's a short explanation of how the surplus came about and where it all goes.

Food Prices Are Falling. How Are Shoppers Benefitting?

By Candice Choi | Oct 5
The cost of groceries is down an average of about 2 percent over the past year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Watch: 'The Daily Show' Puts NC's Anti-LGBT Law to the Test

Oct 4
Two "Daily Show" reporters put North Carolina's controversial anti-LGBT law to the test by launching a fake food truck business and refusing service to customers they believe are gay.

Danger! Survey Shows Your Child's Lunchbox Could Be a Bacteria Breeding Ground

Oct 4
Millions of children could be marching off to school every day with their lunchboxes packed with fruit, sandwiches... and harmful bacteria, according to a shocking new study.

Colorado Gives Marijuana Candy a New Look to Avoid Confusion

By Kristen Wyatt | Oct 3
A requirement that edible marijuana products come with a diamond-shaped stamp and the letters T-H-C - not just on the packaging but on the brownies, candies and other edibles themselves - takes effect Saturday.

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