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The Bachelor Tim Robards says zucchini oats are brain food The Bachelor Tim Robards Says Zucchini Oats Are Brain Food

Next stop Necker Island: Barack and Michelle Obama are all smiles as they arrive in the British Virgin Islands on Richard Branson's private jet and head straight for his lavish private island retreat Minnesota governor Mark Dayton, 69, COLLAPSES during his State of the State speech as shocked fellow lawmakers rush to his aid Your essential Good Health SURVIVAL GUIDE: Can roast potatoes and burnt toast really give you cancer? Experts reveal over-cooked starchy foods is worse for you than you think 'I hope you all die': NFL star 'Pacman' Jones star i caught on video threatening cops after he was arrested for headbutting an officer Ivanka's inauguration collection: How the outfits her children wore were custom made for $1,700 by a designer who flew to New York THREE times to perfect the pieces A sophisticated beauty look fit for a First Lady! As Melania Trump settles into her new role, ... (more)

Sweet reception at Okanagan College Sweet Reception At Okanagan College

Okanagan College hosted an especially sweet reception on Monday and became the first post-secondary institution outside of Europe to create its very own chocolate recipes, under the name Okanagan College Artisan Chocolate. At a tasting event on campus, the College introduced Okanagan Noir, a 69.8 per cent smooth dark chocolate with intense cocoa flavor and a fruity finish.

Visa mix-up: Syrian refugee who founded N.S. chocolatier stopped at U.S. border Visa Mix-up: Syrian Refugee Who Founded N.S. Chocolatier Stopped At U.S. Border

A Syrian refugee whose family has established a thriving chocolate-making business in northern Nova Scotia says U.S. border officials prevented him from entering the United States on the weekend because he didn't have a visa, as required by law. He said he had been invited to speak with the governor of Vermont, and was also planning to speak at a local school and a radio station about his family's successful business, Peace by Chocolate, in Antigonish, N.S. He thought the governor's invitation would be all he needed to cross the border, but he soon learned that most permanent residents of Canada require a visa and a passport to enter the United States.

Mars investigating Skittles said to be intended for cattle Mars Investigating Skittles Said To Be Intended For Cattle

A mysterious Skittles spill on a rural highway in Wisconsin is taking another twist, with Mars Inc. saying it doesn't know why the discarded candy might have been headed to become cattle feed. The case began when a Wisconsin sheriff posted on Facebook last week that "hundreds of thousands of Skittles" had been found spilled on a highway.

Amped-Up Beef Stroganoff is ideal dish for Valentine's Day Amped-Up Beef Stroganoff Is Ideal Dish For Valentine's Day

This Jan. 13, 2017 photo shows Beef Stroganoff. This amped-up beef stroganoff is a 1-pot noodle dish made with filet mignon, dried mushrooms, tomato paste and Dijon mustard.

Bruschetta Makes 4 appetizer servings Not only an appetizer - enjoy... Bruschetta Makes 4 Appetizer Servings Not Only An Appetizer - Enjoy...

Makes 4 appetizer servings Not only an appetizer - enjoy this for lunch or as an accompaniment to soup, salad, or pasta. 8 slices French baguette 2 plum tomatoes, cut into ¼-inch cubes 1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil 1 clove garlic, minced ¼ teaspoon pepper, or to taste 8 large fresh basil leaves 2 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese Adjust oven broiler rack to 4 to 5 inches from the heating element; preheat the broiler.

Wetherspoons and Prezzo branded 'bottom feeders' over seafood sustainability Wetherspoons And Prezzo Branded 'bottom Feeders' Over Seafood Sustainability

Prezzo and Itsu restaurants plus pub chain Wetherspoons came bottom in a survey of sustainable seafood on offer at High Street eateries. A lack of information about the sources of seafood is one of the biggest barriers for diners trying to eat seafood sustainably, according to the analysis.

Comvita warns annual earnings to slump on weak honey harvest Comvita Warns Annual Earnings To Slump On Weak Honey Harvest

Comvita shares sank 14 percent after the manuka honey products maker warned annual earnings will tumble by about two-thirds as the nation's unseasonably wet and windy weather saps the honey harvest and slow sales via China's informal trading channels. Te Puke-based Comvita expects after-tax operating earnings of between $5 million and $7 million in the year ending June 30, having previously predicted it would be in line with 2016's earnings of $17.1 million.

Roasting and frying starchy foods could increase cancer risk, agency warns Roasting And Frying Starchy Foods Could Increase Cancer Risk, Agency Warns

The Food Standards Agency has issued a public warning over the risks of acrylamide - a chemical compound that forms in some foods when they are cooked at high temperatures . A new campaign tells people how they can cut their risk, including opting for a gold colour - rather than darker brown - when frying, roasting, baking, grilling or toasting.

7 Things We Hope the Modern Southern Hostess Always Remembers 7 Things We Hope The Modern Southern Hostess Always Remembers

With a sweet cream cheese "frosting" and chopped milk chocolate, this take on red velvet cake will knock the socks off your guests. We know that times have changed.

Conservation Comment: Big Ag threat to food diversity Conservation Comment: Big Ag Threat To Food Diversity

There has been concern in recent years about the concentration of our seed heritage into the hands of a few large multinational corporations. Very few of the food plants that our grandparents and great-grandparents sowed and ate still exist.

The ultimate revenge body: Horrified graduate told she's... The Ultimate Revenge Body: Horrified Graduate Told She's...

Hayley Westoby tackled the flab in a staggering weight loss challenge and is now a toned size 10 - and from gym to dieting, here's how she did it Hayley Westoby, 25, ballooned to 18st 7lb in her first year of studies thanks to student staples of booze and junk food . But after she claims an ex embarrassed her, the stunning marketing manager shed 10st 2lb by ditching her vices and swapping them for gruelling gym sessions.

National Western Stock Show feeds the largest U.S. agricultural industry: cattle National Western Stock Show Feeds The Largest U.S. Agricultural Industry: Cattle

Sam Burtsfield takes "Sull Mr. Harley," a pure bred Polled Hereford bull from the Foggy Bottom Farm, back to the barn area after showing Harley at the Herd Sire display at the National Western Stock Show January 14, 2017. Some come to the National Western Stock Show for the PBR rodeo or other events.

Locally-produce haggis more popular than ever before Locally-produce Haggis More Popular Than Ever Before

THE tartan will be donned and the bagpipes played with great pride north of the border next week as the Scots celebrate the life of their favourite son and bard Robert Burns. But more and more of us in England are taking the opportunity to join the party on January 25 - the date of Burns' birth 258 years ago - by holding their own informal Burns Night dinner with a traditional haggis as the centrepiece.

Here is what Tom Brady eats to stay in peak condition at an... Here Is What Tom Brady Eats To Stay In Peak Condition At An...

If you've ever wondered - from the couch, horizontally, picking at buffalo dip on a Sunday afternoon - what Tom Brady eats to stay in peak football shape at 39, now you can learn all about Brady's diet from his personal chef. ran an all-access interview with Allen Campbell, the chef employed by Brady and Giselle Bundchen to cook all their meals - and all their kids' meals.

Bake America Great Again: Happy ending for cake controversy Bake America Great Again: Happy Ending For Cake Controversy

One was made by Goldman and his Baltimore-based Charm City Cakes for President Barack Obama's inauguration in 2013. The other was from DC's Buttercream Bakeshop, cut by President Donald Trump Friday night at his inaugural ball.

First genetically-modified apples will go on sale in U.S. First Genetically-modified Apples Will Go On Sale In U.S.

The agriculture website Capital Press is reporting the apples will be sold under the brand name Arctic Apples. The USDA approved the apples in 2015.

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