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Scientists are baffled by the sudden appearance of a jelly doughnut-like rock that the Opportunity rover spotted in January 2014.
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Ruth Elderbrook makes chocolate chip bars, while her husband, Gary, left, helps in the commercial kitchen at their home in Marshfield.
Sacramento chef Patrick Mulvaney made a triumphant return to his hometown Thursday night when he and his staff cooked a five-course meal showcasing the region’s bounty at the James Beard House in New York’s Greenwich Village.
HUNGRY shoppers from across Bolton flocked to the Market Place Europe, which was in residence in Victoria Square this week.
Tech people say three-dimensional printing will create the next wave of joys and frustrations, job creation and job loss.
Iranian shoppers buy vegetables from a street vendor in Tehran last November, a day after a six-month nuclear deal took effect.
Philibert Savours CEO said a new organic variety in the firm's Campasine bread mix line may offer value-added possibilities and be closer to his own ethos, but the firm must provide something for everyone's budget.
Did you know that St. Patrick's Day was first a public celebration in 1737 in Boston where there was - and still is - a huge Irish population? In the U.S., there are 34.7 million residents with Irish ancestry - more than seven times the population of Ireland itself.
Remember when the cupcake was considered to be a delightful treat for little ones? Shared with classmates on birthdays or featured at bake sales, the cute home-baked confections were just the ticket for a celebration or a way to temper sweet temptation by eating a small portion-sized serving rather than a big slab of cake.
Just in case you somehow missed them in front of supermarkets, in your office or at your front door, Girl Scout Cookie Season has arrived.
Officers in Honeyville, Utah, said the young boy called 911 claiming that his mom had thrown a knife at him.
Vice President Joe Biden is kicking off St. Patrick's Day early by having breakfast with Ireland's prime minister.
The Peeps Fun Bus is a harbinger of spring, cruising the U.S. to hand out the iconic chick- and bunny-shaped marshmallow treats.
"Pot au feu" translates as "pot on the fire," but is often referred to as a "French boiled dinner."
The foamy fermentation is a flavor driver in a number of traditional Irish recipes, especially the Irish stew served after Mass on St. Patrick's Day.
Don't forget; this Saturday is The Depressed Cake Shop pop-up bake sale at The Stone Fox in West Nashville.