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Good News for Wild Blueberries in Faltering No. 1 State

Good News for Wild Blueberries in Faltering No. 1 State

By Patrick Whittle | Jan 6
Growers in the No. 1 wild-blueberry state suffered another bad year, but agriculture officials say there are reasons to believe Maine's historic and troubled industry is about to turn a long-awaited corner.

Overeating? It May Be a Brain Glitch

Overeating? It May Be a Brain Glitch

By Laurel Mellin | Jan 1
With springtime comes the desire to shed those few extra pounds, in preparation to don swimsuits and head to the pool. This year, new obesity research is making it easier to find a pathway that is right for us.

Low Carb? Low Fat? What the Latest Dieting Studies Tell Us

Low Carb? Low Fat? What the Latest Dieting Studies Tell Us

By Candice Choi | Jan 1
If you're planning to try to lose weight in 2019, you're sure to find a fierce debate online and among friends and family about how best to do it. It seems like everyone has an opinion, and new fads emerge every year.

Restaurant Worker Slips Anti-Gay Slur Into Takeout Sack — and Gets the Sack

Restaurant Worker Slips Anti-Gay Slur Into Takeout Sack — and Gets the Sack

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 27
A restaurant worker scribbled the word "fag" on a napkin and slipped the offending slur into a customer's takeout sack along with his order. Now that worker has gotten sacked himself, and the restaurant has posted a public apology.

Meat Me in the Village: Greenwich Steakhouse

Meat Me in the Village: Greenwich Steakhouse

By April Stamm | Dec 26
Towering seafood, dry-aged steaks and a luxe interior provide the quintessential steakhouse experience in New York City's Greenwich Village.

A Taste of Home: Syrian TV Chef Opens Berlin Restaurant

A Taste of Home: Syrian TV Chef Opens Berlin Restaurant

By Jona Kallgren | Dec 26
Tucked away in a former fast-food kiosk in the German capital lies a new restaurant whose owner hopes will provide a taste of home for the thousands of new arrivals who have fled Syria's brutal civil war.

The Kind of Beer You Drink Can Say a Lot About You

The Kind of Beer You Drink Can Say a Lot About You

Dec 24
If you're staying in this Saturday, enjoy a documentary, and value arts over sports, then chances are you're an ale drinker, according to new research.

Don't Wash That Bird! And Other Food Safety Advice

Don't Wash That Bird! And Other Food Safety Advice

By Lydia Zuraw | Dec 22
To wash or not to wash? That's a question home cooks ask experts at the USDA Meat and Poultry hotline a lot around the holidays.

Beware of Foodborne Illnesses During the Holidays

Beware of Foodborne Illnesses During the Holidays

By Yvonne Sun | Dec 21
There's no place like home for the holidays, many people agree, and millions of people will travel long distances to get there. Along the journey, however, you may be at higher risk of becoming infected with a foodborne pathogen also along for the ride.

'Tis the Season: 3 Boozy Holiday Pop-Ups in NYC

'Tis the Season: 3 Boozy Holiday Pop-Ups in NYC

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 20
Whether you're a New York City local or headed to the Big Apple for the holidays, these three hot spots are decked out in winter.

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