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Bakers In India Attempt Record For World's Longest Cake

Video shows the cake winding along festival grounds in Thrissur as rickshaws pass by. The length is being assessed by Guinness World Records. A 2-mile-long fruitcake is the cake to beat.

  • January 16th 2020 at 12:41

Family Feud Canada Contestant Confuses Popeye's With Popeyes

The question: Name Popeye's favorite food? Eve Dubois' answer: chicken. Oops, no not that Popeyes. The correct answer was spinach, as in Popeye the Sailor Man.

  • January 13th 2020 at 12:30

20-Year-old McDonald's Hamburger Is Standing Up Against Time

A Utah man owns what he calls "the world's oldest hamburger." KUTV in Heber City recently checked in with David Whipple to see how his burger, which he keeps in a Big Mac tin, is holding.

  • January 6th 2020 at 12:29

Chef Takes Last-Minute Order: A Vegan Golden Globes Dinner

With not much advance notice to prepare, the Beverly Hilton's executive chef, Matthew Morgan, is offering a meatless menu for the attendees of the Golden Globes.

  • January 5th 2020 at 23:12

The Plight Of The Old-Fashioned Fisherman On A Changing Ocean

By Patricia Fernandez
An artisanal fisherman in Mexico shows his small catch of jaiba — a species of crab.

For reasons ranging from climate change to protected zones, fisherfolk who go out in a small boat and use a rod are having a difficult time coming up with a good catch nowadays.

(Image credit: Octavio Aburto)

  • January 5th 2020 at 13:01

Hobbies To Consider For The New Year: Cody Gabbard Shares His Passion For Homebrewing

As 2020 begins, consider taking up a new hobby! Cody Gabbard of Portland, Ore., shares his passion for making beer at home.

  • January 3rd 2020 at 22:11

A 'Truth And Clarity' Cocktail To Carry Us Into 2020

By Mary Louise Kelly
Barman Eddie Kim created the light and crisp "Truth and Clarity" cocktail — combining Capitoline White Vermouth, Suntory Toki Whisky, club soda and lemon vinegar — to ring in the new year.

Barman Eddie Kim visits All Things Considered to share a drink for ringing in 2020. He named the whisky and vermouth cocktail for the vibes he's hoping for in the new year, truth and clarity.

(Image credit: Laura Beltrán Villamizar/NPR)

  • January 1st 2020 at 00:38

'Fresh Air' Favorites: Anthony Bourdain

By Dave Davies

This week, we're listening back to some favorite Fresh Air interviews from the past decade. In 2016, Dave Davies spoke with Bourdain, the chef-turned-travel-show-host who died in 2018.

  • December 30th 2019 at 19:18

Reunited Massachusetts Couple Gets Married At Worcester's Dunkin'

Valerie Sneade and Jason Roy got married last week at the same doughnut shop where they broke up more than 25 years ago. After nearly three decades apart, they crossed paths and rekindled their love.

  • December 30th 2019 at 13:00

The Rediscovery Of The Colorado Orange Apple

In Colorado they have rediscovered a long-lost apple, the Colorado Orange apple. Jude Schuenemeyer talks about the discovery.

  • December 29th 2019 at 13:54

Large Parts Of Pacific Ocean Reopened For Trawling

NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with fishing captain Brad Pettinger about successful groundfish conservation and the reopening of bottom-trawling in the Pacific Ocean.

  • December 28th 2019 at 14:21

Reflections From A Jew At A Mock-Jewish Restaurant

By Alex Schmidt
The walls of the Golden Rose restaurant in Lviv, Ukraine, are covered with collages that tell detailed stories about the Jewish legacy of the city.

On a trip to explore her Jewish-Ukrainian roots, one writer made a stop at a controversial Jewish-themed restaurant, where guests are served matzo at every meal and invited to haggle over the check.

(Image credit: Alex Schmidt)

  • December 28th 2019 at 12:18

Bad Fall Weather Leaves U.S. Potato Farmers With Their Smallest Crop In Years

By Sasa Woodruff

USDA forecasts the smallest potato harvest since 2010 this year, down 6.1% from last year due to bad weather. Farmers and buyers explain impacts at a time when demand for french fries is surging.

  • December 25th 2019 at 22:17

Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

Justice Mojica tried to prank his two-year-old daughter with the worst Christmas gift ever. But he and his wife were surprised by Aria's reaction. The video of her unwrapping a banana has gone viral.

  • December 24th 2019 at 12:29

Companies Face An Uphill Battle Trying To Get Americans To Eat Bugs

By Darius Rafieyan

A new crop of young entrepreneurs are looking to capitalize on the latest food trend: eating bugs. The protein source is showing up on shelves at grocery chains.

  • December 24th 2019 at 11:05

Trove Of Recipes Dating Back To Inquisition Reveals A Family's Secret Jewish Roots

By Greg Allen

Many Jews were forced to convert during the Inquisition, a history often lost to their descendants. Finding recipes adhering to Jewish food customs helped one woman unearth her family's hidden past.

(Image credit: Emily Michot/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

  • December 22nd 2019 at 13:29

3 Kitchen Experts Share Their Favorite Holiday Side Dishes To Bring To A Gathering

If you panic when a dinner party host asks you to "just bring along a side," help is here. Three cooking experts share their suggestions for dishes to pass.

  • December 19th 2019 at 22:45

How Online Grocery Delivery Could Help Alleviate Food Deserts

By Isabella Gomez Sarmiento
A new study suggests that one service already in place in many food deserts could help make it easier to access fresh, healthy food: online grocery delivery. The finding lends support to expanding a pilot program that lets people use food stamp benefits to pay for those groceries.

Delivery service could make it easier to access fresh, healthy food in these areas, a study finds. It lends support to a pilot program that lets people pay for these groceries with food stamps.

(Image credit: svetikd/Getty Images)

  • December 19th 2019 at 13:00

With 'Nothing Fancy,' Alison Roman Aims To Rebrand Having People Over For Dinner

By Wynne Davis
Alison Roman stresses that preparing dinner for others doesn

In her new cookbook, Nothing Fancy, Alison Roman is rebranding how we think of having people over for dinner. You don't have to prepare a picture perfect moment to share a good meal with friends.

(Image credit: Claire Harbage/NPR)

  • December 19th 2019 at 01:58

New Belgium, A Beloved Brewery, Is Sold To International Conglomerate

By Matt Bloom

Employee-owned craft brewer New Belgium, maker of Fat Tire, has voted to sell the company to an international beer conglomerate that has a controversial background.

  • December 18th 2019 at 11:04
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