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Thrill of the Hunt: More Women Are Signing Up For It

By Lisa Rathke | Oct 13
More women are taking up the largely male-dominated sport of hunting to stock their freezers with local foods and as cultural influences, including movie heroines and marketers, make it more socially acceptable.

Kombucha Boom: But Is It Boozy?

By Kristen Wyatt | Oct 12
A tangy fermented tea called kombucha has moved from the natural foods aisle to the mainstream. But it's also moved into the hot seat amid renewed concerns that it can contain low levels of alcohol.

Gawker Obtains Recipe for Drunk Kid's Coveted Bacon Jalapeño Mac and Cheese

Oct 12
Now you can make the dish that started it all.

Research Beefing Up Steaks, Hamburgers With Healthy Omega-3s

By Roxana Hegeman | Oct 12
Health-conscious consumers might be persuaded to eat more beef if it was fortified with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids naturally found in salmon and walnuts, according to researchers and some ranchers.

Dumpling Drama at Mass. Restaurant

Oct 9
The owner of a Massachusetts dumpling restaurant has sued three people she says stole her secret family recipe and opened a nearly identical eatery.

Wal-Mart Expands Protein Bars to Main Grocery Aisles

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Oct 9
The world's largest retailer plans to expand its offering of protein bars like Special K and Clif beyond the over-the counter section that features diet supplements to the more visible main grocery aisles of some of its stores.

'Rice Noodle Fish': Your Culinary Guide to Japan

By J.M. Hirsch | Oct 8
Just eat. Two words that encapsulate Anthony Bourdain's approach to travel and appreciation of other cultures.

Is Food Product Packaging Getting More Deceptive?

Oct 8
The November issue of Consumer Reports looks at how some companies are downsizing products, but not their packaging.

Coffee Combo: Peet's Buying Stumptown Coffee Roasters

Oct 8
Peet's Coffee & Tea is buying the popular premium coffee company Stumptown Coffee Roasters, bringing the once independent brand more into the mainstream.

JetBlue Plants Seed With Farm-to-Tray-Table Concept

By Scott Mayerowitz | Oct 7
JetBlue Airways is trying to bring a little bit of country to the city - opening its own "farm" at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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