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Salad for Caesars: Food Distribution in Ancient Rome

What and how did the ancient Romans eat?

Auction: Russian Space Food to Go

In the Soyuz Orbital Module during the joint U.S.-USSR Apollo-Soyuz Test Project containers held borsch (beet soup) over which vodka labels had been pasted.

Snacking Linked to Abdominal Obesity and a Fatty Liver

According to researchers in the Netherlands, American children consume up to 27% of calories from high-fat and high-sugar snacks thus contributing to fatty livers and abdominal obesity.

Alba White Truffles: Food of the Gods

Like pilgrims to a holy shrine, Italians and visitors from abroad gather every autumn in this renowned Piedmontese town to celebrate, buy and taste the most expensive truffles in the world.

elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food 

Is food art? This is the teaser behind the first exhibition dedicated to a chef and his Catalan restaurant that received over 2 million reservation enquiries for each summer season that it was open.

How Widespread Are Organic Foods?

Changing perceptions about just how much healthier organic foods are than non-organic foods are impacting the growth of the sector.

Television: Soul Food Junkies

A PBS television documentary by filmmaker Byron Hurt explores the soul-food tradition and its relevance to black cultural identity and human health in the United States.

Are You Eating Cyanide-Caught Fish?

Cyanide fishing began in the 1960s in the Philippines as a way to capture live reef fish for sale primarily to aquarium owners, but is today also done to supply specialty restaurants in Hong Kong and other large Asian cities.

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Chefs for Humanity Target UNICEF and Hurricane Katrina Relief

Food Network's Chefs for Humanity will hold E-bay auction for UNICEF and Hurricane Katrina Victims.

Environment: Chlorine in Tap Water

Researchers have now linked chlorine in drinking water to higher incidences of bladder, rectal and breast cancers. A recent study found that women with breast cancer have 50-60 percent higher levels of organochlorines (chlorination by-products) in their breast tissue than cancer-free women. Hungry Minds Feed Hungry Mouths

This web game from creator John Breen creates a perfect win-win situation: web surfers learn new vocabulary while raising money to feed the hungry.
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