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The Fight For The Right To Hear, 'Yes, Chef'

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson was born in rural Ethiopia, adopted and then raised in Sweden. As a black chef, he was conscious of breaking through the racial barrier. The heat in the kitchen never let up. "Through that process of being yelled at in German, French and English and Swedish, I learned a lot," he says.
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The Time Traveler's Cookbook: Meat-Lover's Edition

Want to eat like your distant ancestors? Try the gazelle tartare or the luau mammoth! You'll discover these recipes and more in our Time Traveler's Cookbook.
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Summer Libations

When the mercury is rising, few things go down as deliciously as the perfect cold summer cocktail.

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Artist Protests Death Penalty By Painting Prisoners' Final Meals

For many of us, choosing our last supper on Earth is a parlor game. For some, it's real. Here's the story of death row prisoners' final meals, painted one plate at a time, by Oregon artist Julie Green.
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Watch McDonald's Make A Supermodel Out Of A Quarter Pounder

McDonald's Canada Marketing Director Hope Bagozzi responds to a customer's question about how and why the famous McDonald's burgers looks better in front of the lens, and it becomes a YouTube sensation.
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Kosher: The Hottest Word On Food Labels

Since 2007, a quarter of all new food products carry a "kosher" label? And "gluten-free" claims continue to grow, according to new food marketing data. That's because customers think those claims mean the food is somehow healthier.

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