food

Rachael Ray Says She and Family 'All Okay' After Fire Ravages Their Home

Rachael Ray and her family are safe after a fire ravaged their upstate New York home. The celebrity chef is working with local authorities to assess the damages of the house where she had been filming her shows during the pandemic.
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Kraft Mac and Cheese Rebranded as Breakfast Food

Kraft Heinz announced they will be rebranding their classic Mac and Cheese as a breakfast food in order to help end the shame of picky eaters who want to eat the delicious dish regardless what time of day it is.
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How to Order a Strawberry Daiquiri Frappuccino at Starbucks

If you are a fan of fruity drinks this summer, Starbucks has got you covered. Here is how you can order a Strawberry Daiquiri Frappuccino at your local Starbucks.
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Shake Shack Will Open Drive-Thru Locations Next Year

Shake Shack does not have any drive-thru locations. But that is all going to change as the company has announced they will be opening their first restaurants where customers won’t have to get out of their cars to order their meals.
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38,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled for Missed Inspection

Over 38,000 pounds of ground beef from Canada have been recalled after not receiving an inspection when imported into the United States, according to a notice from the FDA.
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Dunkin’ Giving Customers Free Coffee on Mondays and Free Donuts on Fridays in August

Dunkin’ is launching Free Coffee Mondays and bringing back Free Donut Fridays for a limited time in August. Learn more about these deals available to DD Perks members.
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Frozen Taquitos, Chimichangas Recalled for Possibly Containing ‘Hard Plastic’ — See the Full List

Several brands of frozen taquitos and chimichangas have been recalled for posing a possible ‘choking hazard,’ according to a new health alert from the USDA.
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Tesla Employee Engineers New Chocolate Chip That Maximizes Taste

A Silicon Valley engineer recently decided to take on something no one thought needed improvement — chocolate chips — and somehow made them better.
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Dunkin' Will Require Customers to Wear Face Masks Starting August 5

Dunkin’ will require customers to wear face coverings inside its outlets beginning August 5, the donut chain announced in a new public statement.
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Coca-Cola to Enter Hard Seltzer Market With First Alcoholic U.S. Offering

The Coca-Cola Company is introducing Topo Chico Hard Seltzer, the soft drink giant’s first alcoholic offering in the U.S. made with its Topo Chico Mineral Water.
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