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Three Ways Lucille Ball Ruled When She Played With Food

Lucille Ball was never funnier than when she was playing with her food. In honor of her 101 birthday, which would have been today, we share three of our favorite food clips from "I Love Lucy."
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Purists Sniff As Stink-Free Durian Fruit Seeks A Fan Base

A Thai scientist has been working for 25 years to breed the famous stink out of the tropical fruit so it can fly on airplanes and attract new markets. But breeding out the famous stink will diminish its appeal, say some fans.
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Red Planet, Green Thumb: How A NASA Scientist Engineers His Garden

Scientist Adam Steltzner worries about whether the Mars rover landing equipment he helped design will work. But in his garden, where he approaches things like the engineer he is, he is firmly in charge.
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Grand Ole Goo Goo Sweetens Fans Old And New

The Goo Goo Cluster, a chocolate-covered bundle of marshmallow, peanuts, and caramel from Tennessee, turns 100 in October. After a long association with Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, the gooey treat is looking for a new audience.
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Prison Produce Stocks Local Food Pantries

Fruits and veggies grown by inmates in the Maryland Correctional Training Center in Hagerstown is being used to stock the shelves at food pantries in our area.

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If Almonds Bring You Joy, Enjoy More For Fewer Calories

New research shows that official calorie counts for almonds may be off by as much as 20 percent because of the way we digest them. That may be good news people watching their weight who want to incorporate more almonds in their diet.

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