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Watch now: Spike in cooking oil costs felt by Decatur businesses | Food and CookingWatch now: Spike in cooking oil costs felt by Decatur businesses | Food and Cooking



Tornado Truck co-owner Clint Brumleve talks about how restaurants are dealing with a high cost in cooking oil.











DECATUR — A fryer is one of the essential appliances in most restaurants.

However, many owners are finding it more and more of a worry to use the important piece of equipment.

Along with a shortage of employees and supplies, the price of cooking oil has shot up, causing many restaurant owners to study their options.

Although his overall operating costs may be lower, Clint

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Food truck employees brave triple-digit heat over sizzling stoveFood truck employees brave triple-digit heat over sizzling stove

DENVER — Food truck employees found themselves working in extreme heat as they cooked countless orders over a sizzling stove.

On Tuesday, Denver reached a record-breaking 101 degrees. Food truck employees described the working conditions as miserable as they worked without air conditioning for hours.

Josh Carrera and his brother Ryan Carrera own Carrera’s Tacos. The food truck specializes in West Coast Mexican-style food. The brothers say they’re staying hydrated and taking plenty of breaks to cope with the scorching heat because closing isn’t an option — the food truck is their only source of income.

Carrera felt

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Why Red Food & Drinks Are Consumed on Juneteenth & 9 Recipes You Can Make at HomeWhy Red Food & Drinks Are Consumed on Juneteenth & 9 Recipes You Can Make at Home

When we hear the words Independence Day, most of us think of the 4th of July, the day America gained its freedom from Great Britain. But there’s another Freedom Day that is not as well-known, though it holds even greater significance to many African Americans. Juneteenth, Freedom Day or even Jubilee Day is the day that Union General Gordon Granger read a federal order that would free the last enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, a good two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. It became a joyous day to celebrate, first in Texas, and then in other parts

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What’s In McDonald’s Secret Menu Birthday Cake? | FN Dish – Behind-the-Scenes, Food Trends, and Best Recipes : Food NetworkWhat’s In McDonald’s Secret Menu Birthday Cake? | FN Dish – Behind-the-Scenes, Food Trends, and Best Recipes : Food Network

Sure, McDonald’s is known for its Big Macs, chicken McNuggets and delectable French fries, but as it turns out the popular fast-food chain also sells a popular sweet treat that resides on a special “secret menu:” birthday cake.

This momentous discovery was made back in January by a TikTok user named Kayleigh Weeks, who goes by the handle @kayrock93. Earlier this year, Weeks posted a video of herself slicing into a tasty looking sheet cake. “Did you know McDonald’s sells $9 cakes?” text in the TikTok reads.

The confection is covered in vanilla icing with a chocolate cake interior, and

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How a viral TikTok video put 6.5 million eyes on a Dallas bar’s giant foodHow a viral TikTok video put 6.5 million eyes on a Dallas bar’s giant food

This should be a story about the Big Happy Burger, a $99 shareable burger at Happiest Hour in Dallas that’s made with 5 pounds of beef, 1 pound of bacon, 1 pound of cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, fried onions and 5 pounds of fries. It’s the biggest burger I’ve ever seen.

But the big allure at Happiest Hour right now is the $55 nacho tower, after The Colony resident Chelsea Collins posted a short video of this massive, shareable dish on TikTok and it went viral.

“Everything’s bigger in Texas,” Collins wrote in the TikTok caption. For real: The video

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Here’s where you can get some of the best Southern comfort food in HoustonHere’s where you can get some of the best Southern comfort food in Houston

June marks the celebration of food — soul food, that is.

Having originated right here in the South, soul food is a creative representation of what African slaves were capable of making to feed themselves. These recipes were passed down and became what families eat today: smothered oxtail, fried chicken and black-eyed peas. 

COMING TO HOUSTON: Houston’s new Black-owned food truck park promises diverse cuisine

June is National Soul Food Month and with the Bayou City’s diverse cuisine, there are almost too many places to name to get some of the best soul food in Houston. 

Here’s Chron’s guide to

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