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Energy drinks may cause serious heart problems, study shows

by Renata Sago May 30, 2019
A combination of ingredients may cause potentially life-threatening electrical malfunctions in the heart.
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Cocktail developers mix it up at the Kentucky Derby

by Ashlie Stevens Apr 23, 2019
The mint julep now has some stiff competition.
 A detail of mint juleps packed in pack ice during the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.
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The craft beer industry may be a model for us all

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jan 25, 2018
The business is booming. And the reason may have to do with regulations.
The number of breweries in the U.S. expanded by a factor of six between 2008 and 2016, says Derek Thompson of The Atlantic.
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I've always wondered...

Why does soda come in liters and milk in gallons?

by Annie Baxter Oct 10, 2017
Pepsi's 2-liter bottle brought more soda into households while the nation flirted with the metric system.
Pepsi worked with DuPont to come up with a bottle that was 10 times bigger than the classic 6.5-ounce Coke.
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Diet soda sales fizzle as health-conscious consumers turn to other drinks

by Aaron Schrank Oct 5, 2017
Today we want beverages with “ingredients you can pronounce.”
By the end of 1983, Diet Coke was the top diet drink in the country.
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"Milk Street" wants to take home cooking in a new direction

by Adriene Hill Oct 3, 2017
Christopher Kimball is loosening his bow tie and having more fun in the kitchen.
Instead of focusing on the technique, Kimball says, the key to a good home meal is all about big flavors.
Courtesy of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street
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It's expensive to launch a new restaurant — so these guys did fried chicken and donuts instead

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 25, 2017
Mike Solomonov and his restaurant partner Steven Cook opened Federal Donuts with a group of friends. They didn't expect it'd actually be successful.
“The beauty of Federal Donuts is that the financial success really came second,” said Steven Cook.
Photo courtesy of Mike Persico

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"We could be seeing the beginning of the end of pumpkin spice everything"

by Kai Ryssdal Sep 20, 2017
A reporter from The Washington Post decided to try every pumpkin spice product she came across. She shares her verdict.
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Blue Bottle could gain shelf space but lose chic with Nestle majority stake

by Annie Baxter Sep 15, 2017
Like many startups, getting bought by a huge company is the dream for many small entrepreneurial food and beverage brands. Global food corporations are facing backlash, and specialty and craft focused products can help them increase sales. Blue Bottle leadership…

Asian-inspired night markets are becoming a staple of Southern California

by Andy Uhler Sep 4, 2017
Vendors serve up dishes like ramen tacos and chicken skin nachos at 626 Night Market, where 100,000 people converge on summer weekends.
Hundreds of pop-up restaurants spend weekends in the summer serving food at the 626 Night Market in Arcadia, California.
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