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Winter weather storms can lead to power outages, making it difficult to store food in your fridge or freezer safely. In areas where snow is on the ground, you may be tempted to put that food outside to stay cold (you wouldn’t be alone!), but the United States Department of Agriculture warns against this.

The USDA has a frequently asked question page that answers the best ways to keep food safe during an emergency. Although putting food in snow might seem like a quick fix, there are two main reasons why it may not guarantee freshness. For one, the outside

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I don’t live alone now. But I did for quite a few years on and off, and for all that I loved having a room of my own at last (how pleasant, not to have to extract someone else’s hair from the shower), there were always lonely moments. When I was burgled, there was no one to comfort me after the police had left. A couple of boyfriends dumped me (though to be fair, I dumped a couple back). Sometimes, having cooked myself a proper supper, I would have one of those sad, out-of-body experiences when you suddenly see yourself

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A Staten Island mom is suing five baby-food brands after a recent congressional report found toxic levels of heavy metals in some of their products, new court papers show.

Michelle Walls says she bought baby food from Beech-Nut Nutrition company, The Hain Celestial Group Inc, Happy Family Organics, Gerber and Plum PBC between July 2020 and February 2021 — feeding the “tainted” food to her 1-year-old son for six months, according to a Brooklyn federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.

Then the mom saw the media coverage Feb. 6 about the congressional report, which revealed that there were “significant levels” of

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Ahnawake Love, otherwise known as Mama Love, ran a popular Old Town restaurant in the late 1990s.

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Throughout Wichita’s 150-year history, its Black residents have contributed much to the flavor of the city.

Among those contributions have been a long line of restaurants serving up all kinds of food, from barbecue to soul food to diner fare to fine dining.

Black History Month is a good time to look back on some of Wichita’s favorite Black-owned restaurants from the past — and to celebrate some that are thriving today.

Here’s are a few of the best-known Black-owned

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Jaclyn Smith is spilling her secrets.

The former “Charlie’s Angels” star took to Instagram on Thursday where she shared her green smoothie recipe. The 75-year-old told her followers the drink is easy to whip up from the comfort of home.

“Here’s a recipe for one of my favorite green smoothies!” the actress shared from her Beverly Hills kitchen. “It’s delicious and gives me a boost of energy!”

The ingredients to Smith’s green smoothie include cucumber, apple, lemon, celery, ginger, spinach and kale.

‘CHARLIE’S ANGELS’ STAR JACLYN SMITH BROUGHT TO TEARS WHILE SHARING CHILDHOOD MEMORIES FROM TEXAS

“It’s really good,”

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With news about COVID-19 detected on food, like frozen chicken wings and fish, you might be wondering whether you can actually get the coronavirus from food or food packaging. Now the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is officially weighing in with some clarity—and reassurance.

The FDA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) all agree that there is “no credible evidence of food or food packaging associated with or as a likely source of viral transmission,” and the risk of contracting COVID-19 this way is “exceedingly low,” according to an FDA announcement from acting

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