Best Places to Live 2011 – The taste of your hometown
August 16th, 2011
06:31 PM ET
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A burger stands a solid chance of deliciousness just about anywhere, and great chocolate cake knows no geographic boundaries. If you're chowing down on a runza sandwich, though, there's a good chance you're in the great state of Nebraska. A big, bubbling dish of burgoo in front of you means that you're kicking back in Kentucky, livermush has landed you in the Tarheel State, and a steamed cheeseburger centers you smack dab in Meriden, Connecticut.

CNN Money is in search of the Best Places to Eat in America, and they're asking readers to share their favorite hometown dishes and explain why they're so loved.

Submit your favorite dish using iReport and ask your friends and neighbors to vote. The food with the most hometown support will be named Fan Favorite.

Visit Best Places to Eat in America: Fan Favorite Food

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U.S. attempts to pluck up flagging chicken market with $40 million bailout
August 16th, 2011
05:30 PM ET
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The United States is stepping in to help bail out another American industry - chicken farmers and meat processors.

The nation's chicken industry is having a difficult year. Chicken producers are struggling with higher costs of running their business at the same time that consumers are buying less meat.

This has created a glut of chicken products in the market.
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August 16th, 2011
04:55 PM ET
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Past and present politicos have tried to secure the "nom" in nominee at every state fair from Des Moines to St. Paul.

We rounded up some of the best down and dirty political shtick on a stick in the gallery above.

Be sure to keep up with the CNN Political Team as they share the juiciest food stories from the campaign trail at eatocracy.com/politicalteam.

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"Pour into Zombie glass..."
August 16th, 2011
04:00 PM ET
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On National Rum Day, enjoy the rummiest classic recipe we could find. From our 1941 edition of W.C. Whitfield's drink mixing masterpiece 'Here's How' - a Zombie cocktail that calls for no fewer than five (5) different varieties of rum.

And if we had any braaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiinssssssss, we'd recall where we'd last seen our Zombie glass...

Previously - Vintage egg cocktail recipes and Vintage punch recipes
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