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NYC's Fast-Food Workers Strike, Demand 'Living Wages'

Fast-food workers in New York City are on strike for the second time in six months, demanding higher wages that they can live on. Workers complain that $7.25 an hour, New York's current minimum wage, is not enough to live in the city.
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A Simple Chinese Twist On Young Soybeans

Fuchsia Dunlop shares a "Found Recipe" for stir-fried snow vegetable with green soybeans, a dish she enjoyed in the countryside near Shanghai.
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Hello, My Name Is Porterhouse Chop. I Used To Be 'Pork Chop'

What's in a name? More sales, hopes the pork industry. This summer, pork producers are rolling out new names for pork cuts that borrow from the nomenclature for beef. It's part of an effort to add pizzazz to pork and raise awareness of better ways to cook it.
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Confused In The Kitchen? Share A Photo, Get Some Help

In our new community cooking series, share your strange and surplus foods with each other — and more importantly: Get and give advice!
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A Political War Brews Over 'Food For Peace' Aid Program

Rumors abound of a major shakeup in the works for U.S. food aid programs. The U.S. would give aid groups money to buy food wherever they could get it cheapest and quickest, rather than shipping abroad commodities bought in the U.S. Already, groups that profit from the current system are mounting a fight.

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