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Remembering 'Kiwi Queen' Frieda Caplan, Who Expanded U.S. Supermarket Offerings

Frieda Caplan, better known as the "Kiwi Queen," helped introduce hundreds of fruits and vegetables to American supermarkets. She died on Ja...

Yesterday 08:17 pm
Yesterday 08:17 pm
Photographing One Of America's Oldest Tofu Shops

Ota Tofu has nourished the Japanese American community in Portland, Ore., for more than 100 years, using a production process that has chang...

January 26, 2020 08:15 am
January 26, 2020 08:15 am
'Franchise' Tracks The Rise And Role Of Fast Food In Black America

History professor Marcia Chatelain's new book tracks what she calls the hidden history of the relationships between the struggle for civil r...

January 25, 2020 08:16 pm
January 25, 2020 08:16 pm
Remembering 'Mama Malnati,' Matriarch Of Chicago Deep-Dish Pizza

Donna Marie Malnati has been widely credited with creating the secret recipe for the deep-dish pizza crust used in a few of Chicago's most f...

January 23, 2020 08:17 pm
January 23, 2020 08:17 pm
During Impeachment Trial, Some Senators Enjoy A Glass Of Milk

It's a tradition for long days in the Senate that goes back to 1966. It was during a debate on labor law, that then Sen. Everett Dirksen sai...

January 23, 2020 08:16 am
January 23, 2020 08:16 am
Why Milk And Water Are The Only Drinks Allowed On The Senate Floor

Capitol Hill Twitter exploded over a report that senators were only allowed to drink milk and water on the floor. Turns out there's a long h...

January 22, 2020 08:16 pm
January 22, 2020 08:16 pm
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