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A Canceled State Fair Can't Stop Minnesota's Famed Butter Sculpture Artistry

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Farmers check coffee beans handpicked at their farm located in Forquilha do Rio, municipality of Dores do Rio Preto, Espirito Santo, Brazil. Mauro Pimentel/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Coffee Keeps Its Mojo: Producers Overcome Pandemic Obstacles

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Amid Pandemic Concerns, KFC Suspends 'Finger Lickin' Good' Slogan

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As Summer Winds Down, We Look Forward To Turkey And All The Fixings

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Cooked lobsters are seen in Bernard, Maine. The U.S. lobster industry has been at a competitive disadvantage in Europe ever since Canada struck its own trade deal with the European Union three years ago. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Monica Muthuma has been selling fruits, vegetables and dawa for five years at this stand. Since the pandemic began peaking in Kenya, she says, her ginger-infused drink has taken center stage at her store. Eyder Peralta/ NPR hide caption

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Looking For A Comfort Drink For The Pandemic? Kenyans Love Their Fruity, Gingery Dawa

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Imagine Snow In August. Not Just Any Snow: Chocolate Snow

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Girl Scouts Announce A New Cookie For Their 2021 Lineup

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People dine under red umbrellas outside Via Carota restaurant in New York City's West Village. As the city continues to reopen, it is allowing restaurants to expand outdoors. Rob Kim/Getty Images hide caption

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NYC Restaurants Spill Out Onto The Asphalt To Stay In Business

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Bottle Of Whiskey From Sunken Cargo Ship Is Up For Auction

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Wiley James, 10, prepares a meal as part of an online cooking camp run by a chef in Austin, Texas. Ben James/NPR hide caption

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A Cooking Camp Chef's Recipe For Remote Education: Make It Ambitious

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