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  • Hungry Girl delivers

    Hungry Girl delivers
    Lisa Lillien considers the bowl of cocktail wieners simmered in a quick-fix barbecue sauce as if she were appraising a fine wine. First, she swirls -- to evaluate the richness. Then, she sniffs. Tasting a spoonful of the sauce, she nods approvingly. Then...
  • Food Rating Systems: Grocery Stores Roll Out Nutrition Rankings

    If you're trying to eat better but are confounded by the healthy logos, symbols and claims that food manufacturers put on packaging, help may be on the way. Or you may be more baffled than ever. In an attempt to help consumers sort through confusing...
  • "Spread" may be a game-changer for Ashton Kutcher

    "Spread" may be a game-changer for Ashton Kutcher
    If the Great American Twitter Experiment has proven anything, it's that when Ashton Kutcher talks -- or tweets -- people, especially women, listen. And Ashton's ready to talk about sex. Or sex scenes. "I never thought in my entire life that anything...
  • Movie review: Extract -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Extract -- 3 out of 5 stars
    Mike Judge finds humor in the lone, sane person swimming against a tide of idiots. That formula worked for umpteen years on King of the Hill, and it still works well enough in his workplace comedy Extract. Judge fills the screen with rubes, klutzes and...
  • Strawberry cake forever

    Strawberry cake forever
    It's the cake that has fueled hundreds of thousands of birthdays, weddings and office parties across Los Angeles. You've probably had it: two layers of soft yellow sponge cake that sandwich a filling of fresh strawberries and fluffy whipped cream,...
  • Big Daytona boosts Petty team

    Elliott Sadler finished fifth in the Daytona 500, his best showing in over six months with a payday of more than $515,000. And he was devastated. Sadler had raced his way to the front of the field in Sunday's season-opener right when the weather radar...
  • 'Stuffed: An Insider's Look at Who's (Really) Making America Fat' by Hank Cardello

    In the fight against obesity, parents are shoving vending machines out of schools and state governments are falling over each other trying to legislate trans fats out of restaurants. Hank Cardello, a former food industry executive with Coca-Cola and...
  • Study: Companies Still Advertising Unhealthy Foods to Kids

    Despite a two-year pledge by more than a dozen major food companies to advertise healthier foods to children, about two-thirds of those companies' ads remain for products of low nutritional quality, according to a study released Monday. The report,...
  • The Interview: Jeremy Kugel

    The Interview: Jeremy Kugel
    Social shopping is the new trend in Internet commerce these days. Websites have sprouted up, promising great discounts if a certain number of people sign up to buy. Groupon and LivingSocial are some of the most prominent, but a small Maryland startup...
  • Trying to outrun the food police

    There was the assault on trans-fats. A new law requiring calorie counts on menus. A county in California that banned toys in too-fatty kids' meals. And now there's a war on sodium. It's no wonder the food industry is hurrying to outrun the increasingly...
  • Darden Restaurants

    Darden Restaurants
    William B. Darden, founded Red Lobster after years of restaurant experience that began at age 19, when he ran a Depression-era lunch counter called The Green Frog in his hometown of Waycross, Ga. The eatery's slogan was: "Service With a Hop." After...