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Teal Pumpkin Project Safeguards Children With Allergies On Halloween

For children with allergies, Halloween treats can be a matter of life or death. An initiative started by parents called the Teal Pumpkin Project is helping children with allergies take part in the fun holiday without putting their health at risk with Halloween candy. Becky Basalone of Knoxville, Tennessee, had attended a Halloween party for children with allergies two years …

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Chocolate: Make Your Own Halloween Treats

Chocolate is a treat that many people enjoy and with Halloween just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start making some sweet treats for yourself, family, Halloween party guests or trick or treaters. If you want to satisfy your chocolate craving and have some fun this Halloween, check out these cute and easy chocolate treat recipes that …

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Good Eats Hits Netflix Alongside Other Food/Travel Shows

Here’s some good news as you head into the weekend. Alton Brown’s instant-classic cooking/science show Good Eats is now on Netflix. For years, fans of the show have pestered Food Network, as well as Brown himself, to make this happen. It joins other Food Network shows like Cutthroat Kitchen (also an Alton Brown affair), Cupcake Wars, and Chopped – which …

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Best Pizza Recipes To Make At Home

Who doesn’t love pizza? Everyone has their favorite pizza restaurant or their number one delivery option, but how often do you make your own pizzas at home? Making your own pizza gives you more control over the ingredients and toppings and can even be fun. Just because you are making your own pizza doesn’t mean you can’t be creative. Here …

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Woman Beaten by Angry Taco Bell Breakfast Seekers

Much to the delight of people who hear ‘waffle taco’ and think ‘perfect start to my day’, Taco Bell began offering breakfast back in March. Thanks, in part, to a social media blitz and marijuana, probably, Taco Bell breakfast got off to a fast start. In the past couple of weeks, the company has even expanded its breakfast menu to …

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Charlie Sheen Stands Up For Stiffed Waiter

Since his infamous meltdown in 2011 actor Charlie Sheen has continued to set his own rules. After leaving Two and a Half Men Sheen starred in the FX series Anger Management. Off-screen Sheen has remained unapologetic about his wild lifestyle, dating porn stars and making late-night drunken appearances in public. Despite his infamy and the criticism it has caused one …

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Hershey’s New Logo Accompanies Corporate Rebranding

For over 100 years The Hershey Company has been associated with American chocolate. Now the company has announced a significant corporate rebranding that includes a new logo design. According to Hershey’s announcement, the rebranding is bringing a “refreshed” corporate brand that it hopes will position the company well for the coming decades. Hershey also believes that the new branding has …

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Truffles: Oprah Loves Them, You Will Too

Truffles may seem like a strange and unique food to some people, but to those who have tried them, they are a delicacy. Many truffle lovers will admit that they are addicted to the texture and taste of truffles, and Oprah recently admitted that she keeps her truffles close to her at all times. “I’m a truffle freak,” she said …

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Square Is Apparently About To Buy Caviar For About $90 Million [Updated]

Update: Square just made the announcement: We are excited to share the news that we’ve acquired Caviar. The Caviar team has built a seamless delivery experience that instantly connects buyers with top-rated, popular restaurants that do not otherwise offer delivery on their own. For restaurants, Caviar is an affordable, convenient alternative to an in-house delivery solution and drives additional revenue. …

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Paula Deen Makes Online Transition After Being Dropped By Food Network

Last year, Food Network dropped cooking show host and celebrity chef Paula Deen after learning that she used racial slurs in the past. On Friday, the television network said that Deen’s contract will expire at the end of this month and they are not interested in renewing it. The Southern cook made guest appearances on several Food Network shows in …

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Sbarro Out of Bankruptcy, Moving its Headquarters

Pizza restaurant chain Sbarro this week announced that it has officially exited bankruptcy. According to a New York Times report, the company’s reorganization plan was approved all the way back on May 19. That plan took effect for the company starting Monday, July 2. In addition to the bankruptcy update, Sbarro also this week announced that it will be moving …

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Orange Is The New Black Gets Its Own Cookbook of Prison Food

Usually, if your dinner guest told you that your cooking tasted like prison food, you’d probably throw a glass of toilet wine in their face and kick them the hell out of your house. But maybe prison food doesn’t have to be all that bad, you know, as long as it’s marketed correctly. Which leads me to the new Orange …

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