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The Key to Sweet Corn is in the Genes

The Key to Sweet Corn is in the Genes

By Lee Reich | Sep 16
The taste of sweet corn in the market has, to many palates, gotten better and better over the years. But some corn is an oldie but a goodie, such as the Golden Bantam variety, which debuted in 1902.

A Taste of Fall: Apple Crumble

A Taste of Fall: Apple Crumble

By Melissa d'Arabian | Sep 14
Apple crumble is an ideal way to capture the flavors and toasty aroma of rich pies and tarts a little more healthily. Today's Fall Apple Rosemary Crumble with Chia Seed recipe takes a few creative turns.

Old Wives' Tales About Diet and Weight Loss

Old Wives' Tales About Diet and Weight Loss

Sep 12
Americans spend $33 billion each year on weight loss products, but nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. Dr. Christopher Calapai debunks old wives' tales about weight loss.

Class Up Your Cookout! 9 Condiments to Elevate your BBQ

Class Up Your Cookout! 9 Condiments to Elevate your BBQ

By Winnie McCroy | Sep 10
Summertime was made to sizzle, but maybe you're running out of steam as summer's end approaches. Ditch the boring ketchup and mustard and take your backyard BBQ up a notch with some classy condiments.

Yuk or Yum? Swiss Offer Insect Burgers

Yuk or Yum? Swiss Offer Insect Burgers

Sep 9
Swallow deeply, pinch the nose and repeat the mantra: "Tastes like beef, tastes likes beef." Then bite into the burger of rice, chopped vegetables, spices and mealworm larvae.

Whole Grains Linked to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk for First Time 

Whole Grains Linked to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk for First Time 

Sep 8
Eating whole grains daily, such as brown rice or whole-wheat bread, reduces colorectal cancer risk, with the more you eat the lower the risk, finds a new report by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.

Colombia Cooks Up Savory Welcome for Pope Francis

Colombia Cooks Up Savory Welcome for Pope Francis

By Christine Armario | Sep 7
When Pope Francis arrives in Colombia, he will be greeted with one of the nation's most emblematic dishes: the thick soup known as ajiaco.

Miss Navajo Nation Contest is Parting Ways with Fry Bread

Miss Navajo Nation Contest is Parting Ways with Fry Bread

By Felicia Fonseca | Sep 6
The Miss Navajo Nation pageant is parting ways with fry bread, the fluffy, golden brown delicacy that's become a symbol of Native American culture but is rooted in oppression.

Health and Nutrition: 47 Percent of People Eat Meat Every Day

Health and Nutrition: 47 Percent of People Eat Meat Every Day

Sep 5
The healthy eating movement has been thriving in the U.S. food industry since the fitness craze of the 1980s, but many Americans still struggle to change their eating habits.

Sip, Sparkle, Pop! 5 Can't-Miss Spots on Sonoma Bubbly Tour

Sip, Sparkle, Pop! 5 Can't-Miss Spots on Sonoma Bubbly Tour

By Michelle Locke | Sep 5
Sip, sIt's 11 a.m. on a Monday morning, which seems like an excellent time to be sitting on a sun-splashed patio, gazing out at dappled green vineyards and surrounded by big bottles of tiny bubbles.

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