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The $100 Million Deli

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Digital food magazine Epicurious has announced it will stop publishing new recipes featuring beef in an effort to promote more sustainable cooking. Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images hide caption

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Students carry sack lunches at Elk Ridge Elementary School in Buckley, Wash. On Monday, USDA unveiled a new program that would feed millions of children over the summer, when many schools are closed. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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USDA Moves To Feed Millions Of Children Over The Summer

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Hooked author Michael Moss says processed food companies appeal to our childhood nostalgia: "What we eat is all about memory." Grace Cary/Getty Images hide caption

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Cheap, Legal And Everywhere: How Food Companies Get Us 'Hooked' On Junk

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A lack of dockworkers at shipping ports and a shortage of drivers are creating a boba backlog in the U.S., according to a nationwide supplier of bubble tea products. Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Boba Shortage Could Stretch Into Summer, Leave Businesses In A Bind

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Pastry Shop In Hungary Has A Selection Of Vaccine-Theme Desserts

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Nigella Lawson On How To Find Peace While Cooking

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Missing Travel? This 'Irreverent Guide' Visits Anthony Bourdain's Favorite Places

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Bubble Tea Without Boba: Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return

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Reduce your carbon footprint by eating less meat. Here are 2 recipes to get started

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Michelin Guide Returns To Celebrate Resilience In The Restaurant World

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Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell

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Heinz, the country's largest ketchup supplier, promised to up ketchup production by 25% to make up for the shortage. Smith Collection/Gado/Gado via Getty Images hide caption

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Heinz Promises To Catch Up To Americans' Demand Amid Ketchup Packet Shortage

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