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CHICAGO (Reuters) -Yogurt was everywhere as volunteers opened boxes of fruit, frozen meat and dairy products that had shifted and spilled in transit to a food bank in Walworth County, Wisconsin.

FILE PHOTO: Food boxes are packed at the nonprofit New Life Centers’ food pantry in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. March 16, 2021. Picture taken March 16, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Acker/File Photo

They rushed to clean and transfer the packages of frozen meatballs, apples, milk and yogurt into cars for needy families to take home before they spoiled.

The food came from The Farmers to Families Food Box program

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HOUSTON (KIAH) — How’s this for a new take on “salad?”

There’s a new recipe on the Food Network’s website that’s going viral — for a salad that uses popcorn and mayo. And sure some vegetables are in there, too. Why not?!

A starter recipe is called “Crunchy Snap Pea Popcorn Salad.” You sprinkle popcorn with white cheddar flavoring, then whip up a bowl of mayo, sour

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Forget M&M’s – would you like some mayo with your popcorn?

Social media commenters are playing food critic with a resurfaced recipe for a snap pea salad with popcorn, both savoring and slamming the divisive dish.

Cookbook author Molly Yeh hosts “Girl Meets Farm” on Food Network, and got Twitter talking this week for her crunchy snap pea popcorn salad recipe. The official instructions advise home chefs to mix white cheddar popcorn with a fresh salad of snap peas, carrots and chopped celery, topped with a dressing of mayo, sour cream, cider vinegar, sugar, Dijon mustard and shallot.

Garnished with

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They’re back: Pizze Frittes. Wine Slushies, Deep Fried Oreos. Gyros. And more.

As the Covid 19 pandemic enters its second year, so does the pandemic-inspired State Fair Food Fest at the New York State Fairgrounds. It starts this week, and continues next week, with later dates and events still be determined.

This year, the event is walk-up, not drive-thru, and it takes place, for now, on the main fairgrounds, not the Orange Parking Lot off Interstate 690 where it was held in 2020.

But the concept is the same. It brings the favorite tastes of the fair to crowds uncertain

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Takeout food offers a convenient and safe way to enjoy restaurant-quality food at home — especially during the pandemic. But all those takeout containers, condiment packets and silverware sets can create a lot of unintended waste.

While we’re not about to give up our takeout habit anytime soon, we can take small steps to ensure that our next order is a bit less wasteful. Here are four tips you can try.

1. Say “no thanks” to utensils and condiments

If you’re on a road trip and chowing down in your car, it makes sense that you wouldn’t have silverware with

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A lot of Spanish food sold in the city appears in dainty servings that are called tapas, even when a Spaniard might not recognize them as such. New Yorkified tapas are not what you eat at Ernesto’s, a year-old Lower East Side restaurant where the cooking is under the sway of Basque cuisine.

A few small plates are available, but they are called pintxos, for one, as they are in and around San Sebastián. They are also true bar snacks: txistorras, thumb-size sausages glowing red from paprika; a warm and almost puddinglike potato and egg tortilla; gildas, the tart

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