food

  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s food experience ranks No. 1 with fans

    ATLANTA – Sales data and fan surveys appear to have validated Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s strategy of bucking sports-industry tradition with sharply reduced prices on some popular concession-stand items.  Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in August with a much-publicized “fan-first menu” that set concession prices for all events well below what most fans...
  • 5 Ways To Stop Blowing So Much Of Your Budget On Food

    So, how did that “50/30/20 rule of budgeting” work out for you in 2017? You know, the one that says we should all spend no more than 50 percent of our income on necessities, allow 30 percent for discretionary items and sock away at least 20 percent for savings?...
  • Black Vegans Step Out, for Their Health and Other Causes

    Aph Ko got tired of hearing that eating vegan was something only white people did. So in 2015, she created a list of 100 black vegans for a website. It included pioneering figures like Dick Gregory and Coretta Scott King and younger, less famous writers, filmmakers, cooks and activists....
  • Why apples and oranges should go in the fridge, plus all the other foods you’re storing wrong

    New guidance has been issued this month advising consumers that apples, oranges and other fruit should be kept in the fridge to prolong shelf life. The advice from waste charity WRAP, the Food Standards Agency and the Department for Food and Rural Affairs has been issued in a bid...
  • Get CLOCKED In With This Burger Place!

    Clocked; a burger place in the middle of Athens, Georgia. Since the Georgia Bulldogs may be still upset of the loss of the last game, this is the perfect place to come unwind and watch the last home game on Saturday, November 18. Clocked, the home of the Peanut...
  • Kids’ Food Allergies, Especially to Peanuts, Are on the Rise

    FRIDAY, Oct. 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) – The number of U.S. children allergic to peanuts has increased by 21 percent since 2010, with nearly 2.5 percent of youngsters now having this type of allergy, a new study has found. Peanut allergies aren’t the only ones on the rise, however....
  • Puerto Rico’s Drinking Water Is Spreading Disease Due To Animal Urine And Hazardous Waste

    Americans are growing ill and bacteria outbreaks are spiking in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico as people use dirty water – sometimes contaminated by urine and hazardous waste – for drinking and bathing. One month after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, about 25 percent of its 3.4 million citizens lack clean...
  • Family Favorites: 10 Dinner Recipes You’ll Make Again And Again

    “My Favorite!” That’s what you’ll hear every time you whip up one of these tried-and-true recipes. From Chicken Pot Pies to Sloppy Joes, these family favorites never get old. These easy (yes, I said easy) chicken pot pies are the ultimate comfort food. I use a rotisserie chicken and...
  • San Juan pastor serves meals, shares gospel after Maria

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (BP)—Hungry and thirsty two weeks after Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico, a teenaged girl approached as Southern Baptist church planter Johnny Baez was serving beans, rice and filtered water. “I’m hungry, and I don’t have nothing at home,” she told Baez. “And I just start...