Category: Food & Cooking

This is how long you can keep your favorite foods forThis is how long you can keep your favorite foods for


Knowing how long you can safely keep food and drink can prevent illness. Food goes off quicker if it’s not stored correctly but when it is, it might last longer than you’d think. A quick look or smell will often be a good indication as to whether food is fine to consume but it’s not always reliable. Here’s our guide to how long your favorite foods should last and how to keep them safe according to the experts.




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Children who eat more ultra-processed food gain weight more quickly, study suggestsChildren who eat more ultra-processed food gain weight more quickly, study suggests

By Katie Hunt, CNN

    (CNN) — Children who eat more ultra-processed food are more likely to be overweight or obese as adults, a new 17-year study of more than 9,000 British children born in the 1990s suggests.

The researchers also found that ultra-processed foods — including frozen pizzas, fizzy drinks, mass-produced bread and some ready-to-eat meals — accounted for a very high proportion of children’s diets — more than 60% of calories on average.

“One of the key things we uncover here is a dose-response relationship,” said Dr. Eszter Vamos, a senior clinical lecturer in public health medicine at Imperial

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Knoxville cooks compete on Food Network’s ‘Grill of Victory’Knoxville cooks compete on Food Network’s ‘Grill of Victory’

Knoxville home cooks are hoping to grill the competition for a chance to win a custom outdoor kitchen on Food Network’s new show “Grill of Victory,” coming this summer. 

Eight local amateur chefs – from food bloggers to born-and-raised barbecuers – will have to turn up the heat and go head-to-head to come out on top. Food truck franchise owner Sabin Lomac will host the six-episode series and talked to Knox News about what audiences can expect. 

“Grill of Victory” premieres June 21 at 10 p.m. on Food Network. Tune in each week to see what contestants are creating and

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North Jersey foodies on restaurants to travel forNorth Jersey foodies on restaurants to travel for

And you thought you were a food lover.

You may have to reconsider.

Some of your fellow North Jersey residents are, well, obsessed with food. They are willing to spend a fortune on a meal, drive hours for a good burger, know where the best burritos are and which chef is working where. 

These serious eaters try anything at least once. They eat to live, travel to eat and think, talk about and dream about food. They also love to cook, collect cookbooks, and relish experimenting in the kitchen. 

Meet five of the most passionate, most ardent, most enthusiastic, most

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30 fabulous French recipes you’ve got to try30 fabulous French recipes you’ve got to try


Much of what we love about French food is its simplicity, as well as its great flavors. From the seafood and fresh vegetables of the sunny south, to the rich, comforting dishes of the Alps, to the apple desserts from Normandy. This is home-cooking, not swanky restaurant food, that any cook can prepare. Read on and rediscover these fabulous French recipes.




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Pandemic-Led Demand Aids B&G Foods (BGS), Higher Costs HurtPandemic-Led Demand Aids B&G Foods (BGS), Higher Costs Hurt

B&G Foods, Inc. BGS has been benefiting from burgeoning demand amid pandemic-led higher at-home consumption. Moreover, the company’s focus on strategic acquisitions and growth in e-commerce business are yielding. However, B&G Foods is troubled by escalated SG&A expenses. Additionally, high costs associated with COVID-19 as well as input cost inflation are concerns for the company. Let’s discuss further.

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What’s Working in B&G Foods’ Favor?

B&G Foods’ retail business has been seeing continued momentum since last summer as more Americans are embracing cooking and seasoning meals at home amid the pandemic. Moreover, the foodservice business is showing signs of

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