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What's The Best Way To Eat Cicadas? A Chef's Insect-Based Recipes

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"My wife and I stumbled on this place while cruising coastal Maine in 2019 and we got the biggest and tastiest lobster rolls I've ever eaten," said Karen's Hideaway patron JS O'Connor. JS O'Connor hide caption

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The Year We Learned To Cook Seafood At Home, And Sent Prices Soaring

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Good Beer Doesn't Just Taste Better, It Sounds Better Too

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The 510-foot cheesesteak made in South Philly's Italian Market spanned three blocks. Sean Duffy hide caption

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This Contender For The World's Longest Cheesesteak Spans 3 City Blocks

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Book 'High On The Hog' Inspires Netflix Docuseries

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Spanish Company BR5 Invents Robot That Cooks Paella

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Yasmin Khan's Cookbook Tells The Story Of Pieces Of Home Left Behind

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After big-box grocery chains left the Arlington Woods neighborhood in Indianapolis, residents were traveling at least five miles to get groceries. Medical device manufacturer COOK Medical is building a plant in the community and, after listening to residents, decided to add a grocery store to its plans. Luis Alvarez/Getty Images hide caption

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This Neighborhood Badly Needs A Grocery Store. A Medical Device Maker Will Build One

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A staff member wearing a mask serves customers at a restaurant in San Mateo, Calif., on May 17. Xinhua News Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Restaurants Are Welcoming Back Diners, But Say Mask Rules Have Them Relying On Trust

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Why People Are Upset About The Flamin' Hot Cheetos Story

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Bees are seen on a honeycomb cell at the BEE Lab hives at the University of Sydney on May 18, 2021. The U.N. has designated May 20 as World Bee Day. Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images hide caption

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Why You Should Celebrate World Bee Day Today

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Ietef "DJ Cavem Moetavation" Vita plants seeds with daughter Libya LeaDonvita in the garden at their home outside Denver. Vita is among a growing list of Black gardening enthusiasts-turned-entrepreneurs across the country who've launched seed businesses during the pandemic-inspired gardening boom. Rachel Woolf for KHN hide caption

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Wisconsin Bakery Makes Cookies With Burglary Suspect's Face On Them

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