A Bhutanese farmer puts her harvest of chilies on the roof of a shed to dry and protect it from wild boars, deer, and monkeys in 2006. James L. Stanfield/National Geographic/Getty Images hide caption

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The Chick-fil-A Dilemma: To Eat or Not To Eat?

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Is Chick-fil-A Controversy A Civil Rights Debate?

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Are City Officials Overstepping On Chick-fil-A?

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Chick-fil-A Comments Still Churning Some Stomachs

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The European hornet, or vespa crabro, helps make wine by kickstarting the fermentation process while the grapes are still on the vine. Otto Hahn/Getty Images/Picture Press RM hide caption

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Thank The Simple Wasp For That Complex Glass Of Wine

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Nut brittles from the Las Cruces Candy Company are studded with pecans, pistachios and almonds, and infused with New Mexico's signature chili peppers — both green and red. Melisa Goh/NPR hide caption

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In New Mexico, A Brittle Treat That Smolders

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Chef Cassy Vires uses heirloom tomatoes like these in her tomato terrine. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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You Won't Throw Tomatoes At These Recipes

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Tomatoes getting a splash of water reinforces the notion that McDonald's food is wholesome in China, as seen in this video screengrab. McDonald's China hide caption

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McDonald's Food Has A Healthy Glow, At Least In China

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