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Every wondered about the science behind ice-cream? The American Chemical Society has issued a interesting video, and one appropriate for the summer months.

Is a Canadian company developing cannabis-infused pizza sauce?

The latest foodie trend adds weed to the pizza pie equation. Is "Weed Pizza" coming to Canada by way of Colorado? Here's what you need to know.

Starbucks drives itself to college

If you've ever been plum tuckered out during a long day of learning following a long night of studying, Starbucks plans to have your back.

New U.S. standard for ground beef to avoid bacterial infection

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced new procedures for detecting and removing unsafe ground beef from grocery stores as part of efforts to prevent food poisoning from bacterial pathogens.

Tiger shark weighing more than 800-pounds fed to homeless in TX

Earlier this month an 809-pound tiger shark was caught in the Gulf of Mexico, and then it was cooked and fed to some of the homeless and poor in Texas.

Dalmatian hedonist Andro Tomic puts on Vela Gospa show on Hvar

Andro Tomic, arguably Croatia's most charismatic winemaker, serves up a holiday treat for Vela Gospa on the island of Hvar.

Shake Shack restaurants plan to make it everywhere

Having already made it in New York and a dozen other places, the Shake Shack restaurant chain is said to be planning an initial public offering of its stock.

You can get a deep-fried spaghetti dog on a stick

Dude Food is a blog filled with high-calorie treats for men who want a full meal, or perhaps several of them, in one go. Now they have revealed details about a deep-fried spaghetti dog which delivers everything it promises.

DestapaBanana means no more boring fruit (Video)

Sebastian Berger from Argentina has come up with a great idea. Called DestapaBanana, this handy tool will turn your average and plain old banana into a deluxe dessert treat, by allowing you to fill the fruit with your favorite filling.

Swastika burned into McDonald's bun shocks, angers woman

A North Carolina woman was shocked and angered when she found a swastika burned into the bun of her McDonald's chicken sandwich.

Colorful paper plates and napkins can be deadly

Many of us find it convenient to use disposable plates and napkins when enjoying a picnic or barbeque. However, the German Food and Agricultural Minister has warned that the more brightly colored products can be carcinogenic and harmful to health.

App combines beer with free movies

Developer Aleksandr Semenov has created a way to get free movies for buying beer. Bluetooth technology reads information on the bottle and unlocks movies on your computer. You only need to tap it on a sensor to make it work.

$50 Bloody Mary comes with an entire fried chicken

A bar in Milwaukee has introduced a $50 Bloody Mary topped with an entire fried chicken. The drink, dubbed the Chicken Fried Bloody Beast, also comes with sausage, olives, cheese and onion shrimp.

Celebrating edible dormice on Hvar: Meet the Tartajun president

The biggest annual festival on Croatia's premier island is rather unusual — dormouse eating on Hvar. Meet the President of Tartajun.

Sweet Surrender Bake House featured on 'Good Day New York' Special

Sweet Surrender Bake House, in Levittown, New York, was recently featured on "Good Day New York." It is home to their famous pastry, the crannoli.

Dunkin Donuts now has coffee flavored donuts

Earlier in the year, donuts stuffed with mocha filling and coffee flavoring on the top were available at Krispy Kreme for a limited time. Now Dunkin Donuts has their own coffee flavored donuts available.

Bringing home the bacon gets tough for pork lovers

The cost of that delicious BLT is going to keep getting higher as the price of pork, and therefore bacon, continues to soar.

Op-Ed: Winemaking family now in second generation a Sonoma gem Special

On warm evenings there is always a gathering of people outside a cottage-house just off the square on West Spain Street. Unassuming, yet friendly and inviting, the Roche Winery tasting tour is low-key and unpretentious.

Wawona Packing Co. expands stone fruit recall

Wawona Packing Co. of Cutler, California has expanded a voluntary recall of its products. All fruit packed in its Cutler plant from June 1 through July 17 is now under recall, according to a news release issued at 11 p.m. July 31.

USDA officials begin changing 50-year-old poultry guidelines

USDA executives have announced plans to overhaul guide lines on poultry which have not changed in 50 years. Inspection systems and laws will all be examined and changed for the modern-day industry.

Vat of eggnog flavoring injures two workers in New Jersey

An explosion reportedly ripped through the Pharmachem Laboratories which originated with a vat of eggnog flavoring. Workers were wearing their safety helmets and only suffered minor injuries.

Panasonic revolutionizes agri-tech in growing vegetables

Electronics giant Panasonic is well-known for televisions and home theater systems. But Singaporeans got a surprise last week when a unit of the corporation started selling fresh radishes and lettuce to a chain of Japanese restaurants in Singapore.

All-natural, color-changing ice cream is a new Spanish invention

Especially in the baking hot summer months, ice cream is a popular treat in Spain. One man has taken the treat to a whole new level, by making it change color as you lick. What's even better is all the ingredients are completely natural.

Brazilian farmers: biotech companies using deceptive advertising

Brazilian farmers in the Mato Grosso region of the country noticed in March of this year their genetically-modified corn crops were less resistant to destructive caterpillars, resulting in farms having to use additional pesticides to control the pests.

New Red Lobster owners plan upscale changes

The North American seafood chain that urges customers to "Sea Food Differently" is hoping they'll be willing to think a little differently about its restaurants, too.

Op-Ed: Food Philosopher ponders the culture and ethics of eating habits Special

The students of Holy Cross College professor Andrea Borghini in Worcester, Massachusetts have the opportunity to not only look at what they eat, but they get to ponder the philosophy of food.

Exploring lead risks in urban farming

Urban farmer Ryan Kuck alleges that his garden was slowly poisoning his children in Philadelphia. Lead poisoning has often been a problem in United States and we'll explore the reasons behind this.

U.S. company withdraws outdated, tainted food products

Rocked by a recent food safety scandal, a prominent U.S food supplier is withdrawing all products produced by its Chinese subsidiary due to health and safety concerns.

Op-Ed: Watch how a supermarket sold ugly and rejected fruit and veg

More than 350 million tons of food is wasted every year, this seems criminal when half the world go short on fresh fruit and vegetables. Just because some foods don't meet exacting aesthetic standards that today's consumer expects, they're thrown.

Op-Ed: 'Beef with Meat' speaks of a 'Raw' movement going on for 20 years Special

This reporter stumbled across a book that debut in 2013 called, "My Beef with Meat - The healthiest argument for eating a plant-strong diet, by firefighter Rip Esselstyn.

Exploring the seaweed brew and unusual craft beers

Seaweed craft beer is big news on many culinary sites. Due to a flavor which stands out even in the unique craft beer sector and some interesting health benefits many are trying out this new brew.

Burger King and Starbucks cited in Chinese meat safety case

Husi Food is a major supplier of meat and other products for a variety of businesses. Factories belonging to the company closed due to reports of tainted meat. New allegations have also arisen that Starbucks and Burger King used this meat.

Op-Ed: Controversial ‘homemade food law’ in France has chefs skeptical

A new French law requires all restaurants to add the phrase "Les plats 'fait maison' sont élaborés sur place à partir de produits bruts" (Homemade dishes are made on site from raw produce) to their menus.

Is your palate ready to try Gummy Bear Bratwurst?

Gummy Bear Bratwurst is exactly what you think it is; Gummy Bears mixed into sausage. The dish itself incorporates extremely sweet and very savory flavors into each bite.

Lay's announces 'Do Us a Flavor' contest with 'Cappuchipos'

Are you someone who loves to eat your cappuccino? No? Well you can tell Lay's to go with one of the other flavors in their "Do Us a Flavor" event.

Hershey increases chocolate prices after 3 years

Fans of Hershey products are going to have to pay a bit more for their favorite sugary confections. An average raise in price of 8% just happened. The cost had previously stayed at the same level since 2011.

Superfoods could actually be bad for you

The hype about taking in certain foods that were lab tested and getting rid of things that can be "bad" for you may actually make your diet worse, a new study shows.

Video: Researchers use molten metal to grill a meal

Culinary researchers at Bompas & Parr performed an experiment with a makeshift grill which used a superheated stream to cook a steak with some corn. The results were mixed but it made for an impressive video.

How a variety of foods help medics to train

Cafe au lait, port wine and anchovy sauce are among a strange mix of foods that help doctors diagnose disease. Descriptions of different foods run through any medical textbooks, helping trainee doctors to spot medical signs and symptoms.

Caviar captures attention of foodies and investors alike

Looking for a top-flight meal without the hassle of going out to a top-flight restaurant? Look no further than Caviar, a two-year old start-up that’s looking to cement its grip on delivering meals from only the finest metropolitan restaurants.

Op-Ed: Hops History event displays that San Francisco is a beer town Special

For centuries beer has been the beverage of the people and it comes as little surprise that for most of the 19th and well into the 20th Century, America was one of the largest producers of beer.
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