The price of bacon is about to go up. Say it isn’t so!
Though the industry warning first came out of Europe, hog farmer Diana Prichard of Michigan’s Olive Hill Farm says that it’s true here in the U.S. too.
Dealing with a child who is a picky eater is tough enough, but trying to satisfy the tastes of a picky eater at Thanksgiving is nearly impossible.
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Thirteen-year-old Mitchell Lefreve is one such picky eater. “I like cheese and meat,” said Lefreve. That’s pretty much it. But it gets even more interesting. He’ll eat cheese pizza, but not with meat on it. He’ll eat French fries but with cheese, hot dogs also with cheese, no other condiment.
The USDA has replaced the food pyramid with a dinner plate. CNN's Jim Roope takes the new nutritional icon to a Los Angeles restaurant to get diners' opinions.
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Thanksgiving is an American holiday, but because so many of us have roots in other countries, there are many international dishes on Thanksgiving tables. CNN Radio’s Jim Roope was invited to a Filipino family Thanksgiving celebration and discovered the addition of Lechon, roasted pig, next to the turkey, stuffing and sweet potato pie.
“All [Filipino] festivities are religious in nature so we always have an offering, a Lechon at the table,” said Nora Hizon, who immigrated to the U-S 40 years ago.” “We have the turkey, but we also have the Lechon,” she said.
After some coaxing, Jim Roope finally agrees to taste the Lechon. Listen to the audio player below to hear what happens.
FDA officials have not yet determined how eggs from two Iowa egg farms became contaminated with salmonella. CNN Radio’s Jim Roope talks with Dr. Nancy Reimers, a poultry veterinarian and “eggs-pert,” about how the hard-shelled orb could become contaminated.
"It’s very rare," said Reimers.
There are three ways an egg could be contaminated. One is if the egg is not properly washed. A second, is through tiny pores in the egg shell.
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