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Is it my imagination or is food-related crime on the rise?
Not that criminal activity involving food is a brand new thing. The Chicago Tribune reported in July 2004, on the activities of Michael Monn, who was arrested on his 23rd birthday in Maryville, Tennessee, while drunk, nude and covered with nacho cheese.
According to Maryville Police Department officer Scott Spicer, "The male had nacho cheese in his hair, on his face and on his shoulders."
The report went on to say, "The nude male had a strong odor of alcohol and was semi-incoherent. Investigators said someone climbed an 8-foot fence, broke into the pool snack bar through a window, threw nacho cheese on a wall and scattered chips on the ground. About $40 in chips and $7 in nacho cheese were stolen."
Here, a few more recent crimes - some much more serious than others—from the culinary world.
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While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
It's a good bet that we'll be celebrating October 5, otherwise known as National Apple Brown Betty Day.
An apple brown betty is a cross between a cobbler and a bread pudding. This popular, colonial-era baked pudding is made by alternating baked apples with buttered or sweetened bread crumbs.
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