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Cooking up a desert storm in Jordan Cooking Up A Desert Storm In Jordan

As the sun disappears behind the cluttered skyline of Amman and the call to prayer echoes through the city, I'm sitting down to dinner. Like most evenings, it's a meal I've cooked myself.

This cider is for adults This Cider Is For Adults

In New England, during the late summer and through the autumn, one of the most popular harvests of the region ripens. Families flock to pick-your-own orchards while commercial growers hire migrant labor to pick the fruit without bruising it.

On the market: 8 Wendy's eateries in Florida On The Market: 8 Wendy's Eateries In Florida

Are you in the market for a Wendy's fast-food restaurant in the Sunshine State? How about eight of them? Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services announced an exclusive listing for a sale/leaseback portfolio of eight Wendy's restaurants statewide, including five in South Florida.

Cooking on Deadline: Recipe for smoky slow cooker vegetarian chili Cooking On Deadline: Recipe For Smoky Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili

It's partly philosophical, partly practical. Let's start with the latter. Truth is, I'm just not good at producing food that tastes all that great in a slow cooker.

Treat or nasty trick? Denver police warn of pot-tainted candy Treat Or Nasty Trick? Denver Police Warn Of Pot-tainted Candy

The two almost identical gummy bears sitting side by side, coated in sugar and tinged with the same red hue, may end up in a trick-or-treat bag, but only one is plain candy. The other is loaded with marijuana.

Chiquita rejects offer from Safra and Cutrale Chiquita Rejects Offer From Safra And Cutrale

Chiquita says it is rejecting a new buyout offer from two Brazilian companies and will go ahead with its plan to merge with Irish fruit importer Fyffes. Chiquita says the offer from investment firm Safra Group and juice company Cutrale Group isn't high enough and the Fyffes deal will bring more value to shareholders.

Milk fed Milk Fed

One summer night a few years ago in Omaha, Nebraska, I had a local cheese awakening. It happened at a picnic during outdoor Shakespeare at Elmwood Park.

Hershey wins trademark lawsuit against Colorado pot company Hershey Wins Trademark Lawsuit Against Colorado Pot Company

A Colorado marijuana company must recall or destroy its pot-infused edibles that resemble iconic Hershey treats as part of a settlement agreement with the chocolate company. The Hershey Co.

Pharrell Williams Designs Limited-Edition Cookies for French Boutique Pharrell Williams Designs Limited-Edition Cookies For French Boutique

In his quest to put his personal stamp on everything you need to go about your daily life, Pharrell Williams is now moving into food. People magazine reports that the Voice coach, who's already designed clothing, jewelry, a fragrance, leather goods and more, has created a line of macarons, a fancy kind of French cookie.

Listen: Chef discusses the invasive, delicious lionfish Listen: Chef Discusses The Invasive, Delicious Lionfish

USA TODAY Network talks with chef Tim Tibbitts about preparing and serving lionfish, a non-native fish that's taking over the Atlantic Ocean. Listen: Chef discusses the invasive, delicious lionfish USA TODAY Network talks with chef Tim Tibbitts about preparing and serving lionfish, a non-native fish that's taking over the Atlantic Ocean.

Stinking mess: Truck carrying portable toilets crashes Stinking Mess: Truck Carrying Portable Toilets Crashes

A road in north San Diego County was covered in oranges after a truck's trailer overturned, spilling the fruit by the thousands into the street in Sept. A truck carrying portable toilets caused a stinking mess in California when it crashed and spilled blue deodorizer all over the highway.

Bill Clinton campaigns in New Hampshire Bill Clinton Campaigns In New Hampshire

In early 2000, shortly after Al Gore beat Bill Bradley by a too-close-for-comfort four points in the state's first-in-the-nation primaries, Ray Buckley, then a New Hampshire state legislator, swung through Washington to have breakfast with a friend in the Clinton administration. As he sat in the White House mess eating pancakes, Buckley was shocked when an aide brought him a note that said President Bill Clinton wanted to see him in the Oval Office.

Dr_Greg updated Where to Buy Garcinia Cambogia - Garcinia Cambogia... Dr_Greg Updated Where To Buy Garcinia Cambogia - Garcinia Cambogia...

Garcinia Cambogia is definitely the buzzword in the weight loss market these days. Ever since a certain television doctor marked it as the miracle weight loss pill its popularity has been rising and rising.

Probe expands to french fry plant Probe Expands To French Fry Plant

A metal object inserted in a potato is shown in an RCMP handout photo. Police in Prince Edward Island say the number of reports of potatoes containing metal objects in them has risen to six during the last week.THE CANADIAN PRESS/ HO- Police in Prince Edward Island say the metal objects found in six potatoes in Atlantic Canada in the last week were sewing needles and they have expanded their investigation to include a french fry production facility in the province.

Taco Bell Sriracha Taco Bell SrirachaThe Sriracha Taco Bell Sriracha Taco Bell SrirachaThe Sriracha

Taco Bell is testing a new menu platform that's hotter than hot: Sriracha. About 70 restaurants in the Kansas City market have begun testing the wildly-popular hot sauce -- in everything from tacos to nachos.

Exodus campaign to Berlin sparks outrage in Israel Exodus Campaign To Berlin Sparks Outrage In Israel

A group of young Israeli expats have unleashed controversy back home by encouraging others to join them in Berlin, touching on two of the most sensitive issues in Israel: the country's high cost of living and Jews' tortured history with Germany. While Israelis have been angered after learning that food prices are much lower in Germany, they are also outraged that the youngsters' form of protest has been to give up on the Zionist dream by leaving the Jewish state, and relocate to the birthplace of the Nazi Party to boot.

Man pleads guilty in false oil spill seafood claim Man Pleads Guilty In False Oil Spill Seafood Claim

A Louisiana man has pleaded guilty in federal court to wire fraud arising from seafood claims following the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Casey Thonn had already been ordered to repay more than $357,000 for fraudulent seafood claims in which he misrepresented his income from shrimping.

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