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  • Sriracha odors get mixed reviews; CoorsMiller brewery not so bad

    Sriracha odors get mixed reviews; CoorsMiller brewery not so bad
    Jesse Bracamontes is one of the legions of Sriracha sauce fans who squirts the bright red paste of peppers, garlic and spices on all manner of foods: pizza, take-out Chinese and even a plain bowl of noodles. But when the pungent Sriracha smell wafts...
  • A roadside favorite for 63 years, Irv's burgers calls it quits

    A roadside favorite for 63 years, Irv's burgers calls it quits
    For years, Sonia Hong has dished out hamburgers and fries on paper plates decorated with customers’ smiling portraits and the inscription “just for you.” But fans of Irv’s Burgers in West Hollywood will understand Thursday if...
  • Voice of the People, Nov. 04

    Where to focus A lot of people are telling you what to do. This will tell you what not to do, which is just as important. Your quest is admirable, but let's take off the rose-colored glasses. Government in Illinois is lost. Until we put an end to...
  • Outsiders taking initiative on food labeling in Washington state

    Outsiders taking initiative on food labeling in Washington state
    SEATTLE — A year after Proposition 37 narrowly failed in California, the labeling of genetically engineered foods is back on the ballot in Washington state, complete with a lawsuit by the state attorney general, a barrage of ads and a stark...
  • Banning foam cups: City Council members conclude the cost outweighs the benefits

    Banning foam cups: City Council members conclude the cost outweighs the benefits
    At the Woody's Taco Island food truck, customers get their marinated tilapia, Caribbean fried rice and jerk chicken chili in cardboard containers, which are environmentally friendly. But at Mueller's Delicatessen, a family establishment in Northeast...
  • Cut in food stamps will hit retailers

    Cut in food stamps will hit retailers
    U.S. food retailers are poised to take a hit as the federal government reduces its $78 billion-a-year food stamp program. Grocery stores and other food retailers have struggled in recent years as consumers battered by high unemployment and shrinking...
  • Fast food companies serve up (and advertise) too many unhealthy kids' meals, study says

    Fast food companies serve up (and advertise) too many unhealthy kids' meals, study says
    Despite some improvements, most fast-food restaurants still dish up unhealthy kids' meals -- and bombard youngsters with advertisements touting their calorie-laden offerings, according to a new study by Yale University researchers. The worst kids' meal...
  • Happy hour at Seventh Street Wine Company

    Happy hour at Seventh Street Wine Company
    The Enomatic machines at this wine bar and store pour tasters of select varietals by the ounce, and from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, you can buy a glass and get another for free. The Seventh Street Wine Company stocks more than 2,000 wines, but...
  • In Syria, no letup in fighting as Ramadan begins

    In Syria, no letup in fighting as Ramadan begins
    As the Muslim holy month of Ramadan began Wednesday in Syria, civilians in parts of Aleppo, Homs and the Damascus suburbs remained cut off from food and aid supplies as government and rebel forces tried to besiege each other into submission. Ahmad Jarba,...
  • Michelle Obama's nutrition campaign comes with political pitfalls

    WASHINGTON — Shortly after she launched her signature anti-obesity initiative more than three years ago, Michelle Obama signaled she would take on a contentious issue: advertising for snacks, soft drinks, sugary cereals and fast food aimed at...
  • Meeting focuses on district nutrition program

    The Laguna Beach Unified School District board voted Tuesday to extend contracts for two nutrition consultants filling in for the district's food services director, who is on medical leave. Registered dietitian Melissa Manning will be paid an amount...