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Turkey rules the table. But an AP-NORC poll finds disagreement over other Thanksgiving classics

Turkey rules the table. But an AP-NORC poll finds disagreement over other Thanksgiving classics

Thanksgiving may be a time for Americans to come together, but opinion is divided over what's on the crowded dinner table.
UN warns food aid for 1.4 million refugees in Chad could end over limited funding

UN warns food aid for 1.4 million refugees in Chad could end over limited funding

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Food assistance to 1.4 million refugees in Chad who fled the conflict in parts of the Sahel could end because of limited funding, the United Nations food agency warned Tuesday.

Food insecurity in Canada is the worst it's ever been — here's how we can solve it

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Spike your Thanksgiving sweet potatoes with Korean flavors

Spike your Thanksgiving sweet potatoes with Korean flavors

Each November in South Korea, the streets fill with toasty aromas of roasted sweet potato as they are cooked outside over barrel drums full of glowing coals.
Three provinces report illnesses as cantaloupes recalled due to risk of salmonella

Three provinces report illnesses as cantaloupes recalled due to risk of salmonella

Several people are believed to have fallen ill from salmonella-contaminated cantaloupes, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Friday. Since Nov.
Eight cases of salmonella linked to imported cantaloupes in B.C.

Eight cases of salmonella linked to imported cantaloupes in B.C.

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Centre for Disease Control says there have been eight confirmed cases of a rare strain of salmonella in the province since mid-November.
US will resume food aid to millions across Ethiopia after monthslong pause over massive corruption

US will resume food aid to millions across Ethiopia after monthslong pause over massive corruption

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — The lead U.S.
Food insecurity worsened last year, more pronounced in racialized families: StatCan

Food insecurity worsened last year, more pronounced in racialized families: StatCan

FREDERICTON — Nearly seven million Canadians struggled with hunger last year, with some going without food for days amid rising inflation, says a Statistics Canada study.

Legal action is sought against Arizona breeding company after 260 small animals were fed to reptiles

TUCSON, Ariz.
Nontraditional flavors boost one-note Thanksgiving squash, kale and mashed potatoes

Nontraditional flavors boost one-note Thanksgiving squash, kale and mashed potatoes

It’s tricky to mess with tradition on Thanksgiving, but with a few tweaks, some typically one-note side dishes can become boldly flavored, exciting dishes.