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Odessa Oasis: A wheel different kind of catering

AURORA | About seven months ago, the wall’s of Chris Daniluk’s cubicle had become overwhelmingly claustrophobic. An employee of Denver-based insulation manufacturer Johns Manville, the...




AP Food: The perfect baked potato begins with russets

Baking a potato is the easiest thing in the world, right? Then why are so many potatoes lacking in texture and flavor?

For ‘Joy of Cooking’ revision, editors mixed marriage, food

"Working with your spouse on something like this, we had our ups and downs," said Scott with a laugh. "I think that now that we've survived this, we can probably survive anything."

Health officials disclose another romaine outbreak, now over

The disclosure late Thursday comes after the produce industry said it was stepping up safety measures following a series of outbreaks , including one last year that sickened more than 200 people and killed five. It's not clear why romaine keeps sickening people, but experts note the difficulty of eliminating risk posed by raw vegetables grown in open fields.

Bourbon can make many foods better

The rich, round vanilla notes of a good bourbon complement our favorite autumn foods.

You CAN try this at home: Cookbook serves up TV, movie foods

Andrew Rea's YouTube video series "Binging with Babish" was born in 2016 when he attempted to recreate the "fussy little burger" described in elaborate detail by Rob Lowe's character Chris Traeger on a third-season episode of "Parks and Recreation." Hungry viewers were soon clamoring for more recipes based on foods that appear or get mentioned in movies or TV episodes, and Rea had a new career on his hands.

Sustainable Living

The other fake meat: Impossible Foods unveils pork, sausage

After a big year for its plant-based burger, Impossible Foods has something new on its plate. The California-based company unveiled Impossible Pork and Impossible Sausage...

Move over, Honeycrisp: New apple to debut at grocery stores

"I've never seen an apple prettier in the orchard than these things are," said Aaron Clark of Yakima, whose family owns several orchards in central Washington and has planted 80 acres of Cosmic Crisps.

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