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Snorting Chocolate - Food Gone to the Dark Side?

    Snorting chocolate will get you high...but is it safe?  Many people enjoy chocolate as a nice treat. But now, you can snort cocoa to get a bu...

To-Table's Battle of the Burger Summer Contests

This summer, using the hashtag #totableburgerbattle, post pictures of your culinary creations on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram, and d...

To-Table's Battle of the Burger - Burger Skirmish

To-Table's Battle of the Burger - Burger Skirmish

Make your next cookout an entertaining contest to judge the favorite burger variety Challenge your family, friends, or neighbors to a Burger Skirmish It's simple: you order one variety of burger; your rival orders another. Prepare, cook, and enjoy!

To-Table's Battle of the Burger: Grand Prizes

Battle of the Burger: Grand Prizes All contestants who submit photos for the weekly contest are automatically entered into the grand prize sweepst...

The Contentious History of the Burger - The Real Story

The Contentious History of the Burger - The Real Story
  The hamburger is one of the world’s most popular foods, with more than 40 billion served up annually in the United States alone. Although the hu...

The Real Food Renaissance - A Father's Day Perspective

The Real Food Renaissance - A Father's Day Perspective
The father of 2017 is much like the Renaissance Man of 1517. Being a modern day Renaissance man doesn’t mean you have to be an accomplished po...

Cauliflower- a better health food than kale

Cauliflower- a better health food than kale
“A cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education.” — Mark Twain There are several fad diets that tell you to avoid any white or ...

Sugar in the News - How a Spice Changed our World & Health

Sugar in the News - How a Spice Changed our World & Health
  The Rise of Sugar (White Gold) According to the latest data, sugarcane is the world’s third most valuable crop after cereals and rice, and occupi...

Grass Fed vs Grain Fed

Grass Fed vs Grain Fed
  Because meat from grass-fed animals is lower in fat than meat from grain-fed animals, it is also lower in calories. (Fat has 9 calories per gram...

Immigration and the Food Industry

Immigration and the Food Industry
In a world of research and reporting that is characterized by some as "fake" news, we thought it worthwhile to provide some of what we think are ...