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Food recalls were down this year, but experts who track foodborne illness don't know exactly why. Here, produce is on sale at a Miami supermarket on Oct. 22. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Tips for stain removal to keep your holidays merry and stain-free!

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NPR listeners share the dishes that are always on their tables during the holidays

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Popcorn so elegant, not only can you eat it, but you can package it as a gift

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Dan Gebhart surveys some of the haul of chanterelle mushrooms. Jordan Anderson hide caption

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These mushroom foragers hit the jackpot. Then they got creative

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Mushroom foragers find $4,000 worth of the fun guys known as chanterelles

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Striking Kellogg's workers stand outside the Omaha, Neb., cereal plant on, Dec. 2. The company reached a new tentative agreement on Thursday, with its 1,400 cereal plant workers that could bring an end to the strike that began Oct. 5. Josh Funk/AP hide caption

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Earlier this month, customers were able to get cream cheese from a Manhattan grocery store. But Kraft, which owns Philadelphia Cream Cheese, hopes you lay off the popular baking ingredient. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Encore: Sula Vineyards makes wine in India's unlikely terroir

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New York Times food writer Priya Krishna says Dorie Greenspan's World Peace 2.0 cookie are impossible to hate. Mark Weinberg/Mariner Books, an imprint of Harper Collins hide caption

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5 DIY holiday recipes and crafts to avoid supply chain problems

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