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  • Hershey gets go-ahead to demolish parts of old factory

    Hershey gets go-ahead to demolish parts of old factory
    It's a bittersweet day for Hershey's iconic chocolate factory. The Derry Township Design Review Board voted four to two Monday night to approve a petition from the Hershey Company to demolish 1.1 million square feet of the old plant. "We can do...
  • Recipe Finder: Creme de Menthe Brownies

    Marie Anderson from Towson was looking for a recipe for making creme de menthe brownies. Sharon Roe from Baltimore sent in her recipe for the brownies that she has been making for more than 25 years. She said she continues to receive countless compliments...
  • Top Ten controversial school foods

    Top Ten controversial school foods
    From the Dining@Large blog: It's back-to-school time. And while the kiddos learn reading, writing and arithmetic, parents get schooled in the politics of schoolhouse eating. With all the attention on childhood obesity these days, lots of lunchbox...
  • Chocoholic Hershey, Pa. still sweet as ever

    Chocoholic Hershey, Pa. still sweet as ever
    Reporting from Hershey, Pa.-- After more than a century, the town that chocolate built still makes its namesake confection and remains a candy lover's nirvana. Billed as the "Sweetest Place on Earth," the company town has grown over the last century...
  • Keeping track of everything from blueberries to a $20 million green building

    Keeping track of everything from blueberries to a $20 million green building
    Peter Testa worries about food safety when he goes to bed, and he's still thinking about it when he wakes up four hours later to start another day as president of Testa Produce Inc. But he doesn't bother to wash his favorite fruits, blueberries and...
  • Top Ten foods that get mom and dad sent to the principal's office

     
    It's back-to-school time. And while the kiddos learn reading, writing and arithmetic, parents get schooled in the politics of schoolhouse eating. With all the attention on childhood obesity these days, lots of lunchbox staples have become taboo. I'm not...
  • Chocolate confusion

    Chocolate confusion
    Q: When did America's best chocolate move all of its operations to Illinois? My favorite, Scharffen Berger, started out in the Bay Area of San Francisco. But it no longer is made in California, only in Robinson, Ill. Can you tour the Robinson plant? Is...
  • Becoming a chocolate maker: Hershey's Create Your Own Candy Bar exhibit

    Becoming a chocolate maker: Hershey's Create Your Own Candy Bar exhibit
    If you have ever thought to yourself, "I can make a better candy bar then this," here is your chance. Hershey's Chocolate World has a new interactive exhibit called Create Your Own Candy Bar that allows guest to build a milk chocolate bar from scratch,...
  • You can get sick of chocolate

    You can get sick of chocolate
    They say that laughter is the best medicine, but some people might endorse chocolate instead. The dark variety has been shown to reduce blood pressure better than a placebo. Scientists credit the flavanols in dark chocolate—they are thought to...
  • Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office Confirms Probe Into Hershey Trust

    Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office Confirms Probe Into Hershey Trust
    The Pennsylvania Attorney General's office is investigating the trust that runs the Milton Hershey School amid questions how much it paid for a golf course bought to serve as buffer zone for the school. The Patriot-News of Harrisburg reported Thursday...
  • How does radio host Julie Guy stay fit?

    How does radio host Julie Guy stay fit?
    After putting on 40 pounds with the birth of her second child, radio host Julie Guy was overwhelmed with the thought of getting back in shape. In 2007, she joined The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team In Training, a local group that trains runners and...