Food

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Schools invite kids to stay for supper

By Emily Scheie
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Education | More schools across the country are serving students not just breakfast and lunch, but supper as well. Serving supper at school can help eradicate child…

3-D printing could give new meaning to meals ready to eat

By Michael Cochrane
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Food | The crew of the fictional starship Enterprise synthesized their meals on demand using a replicator—a device that used transporter technology to dematerialize…

First lady Michelle Obama’s food fight rages on

By Laura Edghill
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Education | Congress threw some whole grains out of first lady Michelle Obama’s food fight last week by passing a massive year-end spending bill that eases some…

Web Reads: What does Thanksgiving taste like in your state?

Web Reads: What does Thanksgiving taste like in your state?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Beyond the turkey. For those cooking or eating on Thanksgiving Day, The New York Times offers a recipe from each state, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico that…

Vegetable-love

Vegetable-love

By Chelsea Boes
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Food | Last week I stood at the Saturday farmer’s market, goggling at the tomatoes. They were so red, round, and multitudinous, spread out on mismatched tables in…

Order your next latte with an extra shot of nap

Order your next latte with an extra shot of nap

By Caroline Leal
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Culture | Debating between a cup of joe or a quick siesta to make it through the day? Try both. As it turns out, power napping and coffee drinking share a latte common…

Slaving over a hot theme

Slaving over a hot theme

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Family | The name Amanda Marcotte should sound familiar to WORLD readers. She’s the one whose strident defense of abortion (which sounded like an attack on humanity)

South Sudan’s food crisis ‘worst in the world’

By Jamie Dean
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South Sudan | Dangers of starvation plague a country full of resources, as civil war continues

Cultivating change

By Daniel James Devine
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Hope Award | Rural ministry in Michigan earns Midwest regional victory

Web Reads: Finding meaning, purpose, and joy in work

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | The joy of work. Chris Horst has a brother with special needs who works at Costco. In this blog post he describes the difference that job has made to his…

Produce policing

By Abigail Maurer Murrish
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Lifestyle | Growing regulation is stifling small farms, but is it reducing food-borne illness?

An inconvenient sweet tooth

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | An ambitious new food documentary blames sugar and the food industry for America’s ballooning obesity problem

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