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A Lady Gaga ‘Chromatica’ Oreo Is Hitting Grocery Shelves in January

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The star is also encouraging fans to record musical “Oreograms” for loved ones

Oreo has been on a streak of releasing more flavors and colors than anyone could dream of, releasing everything from birthday cake to chocolate peanut butter pie to carrot cake — and let us never forget the horrors of the fruit punch Oreo. And now, the brand is getting celebrities in on the chaos by teaming up with Lady Gaga for a line of cookies inspired by her album Chromatica. The vanilla-flavored Oreos feature hot pink wafers and neon green cream, and are stamped with images inspired by the album.

The limited-edition cookies — available in … Read more

Stuffed Cabbage Soup- Ready in 30 Minutes!

Stuffed Cabbage Soup made with ground beef, rice, cabbage and fresh tomato sauce on your stovetop in just thirty minutes. This hearty rich soup is cozy and perfect for those cold winter nights!

It comes together in 30 minutes so it is easy and idea for a busy day! Serve this soup with a nice Caesar Salad and some Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls for the perfect healthy meal!

Hearty Stuffed Cabbage Soup full of veggies, hamburger and rice.

Stuffed Cabbage Soup Recipe

Similar to Stuffed Cabbage Casserole, this soup is an easier and less involved recipe than the classic stuffed cabbage rolls your grandma used to make. But it still has the classic flavor and warm rich goodness. And just like most soups the leftovers, if you have any are even better.

There are lots of ways to adapt the soup to your liking, which I love. Make it yours however you want, just make it! You won’t regret it, … Read more

Industry researchers say traceability comes down to label codes

A new research report from the food industry shows investigations of leafy greens foodborne illness outbreaks could be streamlined if produce was labeled with traceable codes, something food safety experts have been urging for decades.

For four months food industry researchers reviewed supply chain partners including growers, distributors and both independent and chain retailers, “offering a detailed response to the request by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for improved traceability in the food system,” according to a group announcement from the six industry groups that conducted the pilot projects. 

“The three pilots, conducted July through October, also showed that investigations could be conducted more effectively if supply chain partners provided extended product information during tracebacks,” the announcement states. 

“Additionally, the use of a standard template called the Produce Traceback Template to exchange pertinent product information was found to enhance the speed of tracing procedures.”

Participants told researchers they would … Read more

Finest Blueberry Scones Recipe

A moist and straightforward apple cake recipe made from a basic butter cake base, layered with apple slices and topped with flaked almonds. The sponge desserts through which the eggs are separated, the whites are overwhelmed separately and the yolks are overwhelmed with sugar. The 2 are then mixed together using a metallic spoon. Over time the enterprise has grown and their three daughters, Alexandra, Daniella and Roch have joined them in creating their loopy, magical, glitter-crammed world of Oompa Loompas, Luf Luf and decadently Wicked Chocolate cake. As a child, Kim Yelvington celebrated birthdays with desserts from the bakery inside Tampa’s now-closed Maas Brothers department store. When the pastry chef opened Chocolate Pi in 2004, her mother issued a problem: to re-create Maas Brothers’ signature raspberry cake. Yelvington stepped up to the plate with the Framboise, a layered yellow cake with vanilla bean buttercream, recent raspberries and a coating … Read more

Black Farmers Say They Were Dropped From the USDA’s Food Box Program

Boxes full of produce that are part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program | Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Small growers say they were snubbed by the USDA, with contracts going to corporations like Sysco instead

This story was originally published on Civil Eats.


Every time Lula Cooley dropped off food boxes at Black churches or on the doorsteps of low-income senior citizens in Laurel, Mississippi, she was met with jubilation. “‘Acorn squash, sweet corn, green peas, watermelon! Thank you, Jesus!’ They just went on and on,” said Cooley, who is retired and works as the city’s senior center coordinator. “I cannot express what these food boxes meant to so many people.”

The boxes — part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farmers to Families Food Box program — came overflowing with produce grown by small-scale, Black-owned farms in the South. And they were delivered to … Read more