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Noodles: Friend or foe? South Koreans defend diet

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Eatery that served toxic tea had labeling citation

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England seeks 'choc doc' to study candy

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Nepal housewives break laws to cook up potent brew

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Go For the Food: Old-world tradition in Bucharest

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Why chef Roy Choi is one to watch

After singlehandedly launching the food truck movement in the US with his now infamous Korean‑style tacos, chef Roy Choi has opened a string of new...

Martha's Vineyard prepares for Obamas' summer stay

President Barack Obama and his family are heading to the wealthy island resort of Martha's Vineyard for vacation starting Saturday, a...

Review: 'Journey' _ nice ingredients, bland result

Take one Oscar‑winning British actress. Add an appealing supporting cast. Lather on the picturesque French countryside. Sprinkle liberally with...