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A rep for the weight loss company tells Us Weekly that they are ending their "successful and rewarding partnership" with Hudson in a mutual decision.
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Crimea's parliament declares the region an independent state following a referendum where 97 percent voted in favor of splitting from the Ukraine.
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The star, best known as one of the culinary duo Two Fat Ladies, died at Edinburgh's Royal Infirmary on March 15. Her agents, Heather Holden-Brown and Elly James, said: "Loved dearly by her friends and many fans all over the world, Clarissa was utterly non-PC and fought for what she believed in, always, with no thought to her own personal cost.
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Fred Schneider says he stopped eating crustaceans at age 4 after going crabbing with family in New Jersey and watching them boiled alive.
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In this Tuesday, April 6, 2004 file photo, a worker collects sun-dried cocoa beans to be put into into sacks for export in Guiglo, Ivory Coast.
For years the egg has been touted as a no-no food, because it contains a high amount of cholesterol.
Ryan DuVall, restaurant critic for The Journal Gazette, was a "foodie" long before joining The Journal Gazette in 1999.
Ohio cheese producers are pushing back against an EU proposal to limit the use of European names such as Parmesan, feta and Gorgonzola on American-made cheeses.
And now, Stacey Little of Prattville is a cookbook author. His book, "Southern Bite: 150 Irresistible Dishes from 4 Generations of My Family's Kitchen" will hit the shelves Tuesday.
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If these things are not being accomplished, than you are not getting results, and are wasting time money and energy.
Cows have long been the stars of Wisconsin's dairy industry, but goats and sheep will share a bigger portion of the spotlight when the World Championship Cheese Contest begins Tuesday in Madison.
Tech people say three-dimensional printing will create the next wave of joys and frustrations, job creation and job loss.
The problem with writing about spring cleaning -- or cleaning at any time, really -- with natural, frugal ingredients is that I actually have to clean.
A line of electronic wristbands used as pedometers and sleep monitors were recalled this week because skin reactions.
Vice President Joe Biden is kicking off St. Patrick's Day early by having breakfast with Ireland's prime minister.