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August 1, 1997 Frank Maimone sells his South Philly pizzeria, by holding a contest for the best essay. After years in the business, Maimone developed a flour allergy. Instead of selling Vito's Pizza, he decided to make sure it went to a deserving pizza lover.
July 5, 2004 If food falls on the ground, is it still safe to eat if it's picked up swiftly? Science experts weigh in on the health merits of the so-called "five seconds rule." But the "stickiness" of germs proves resistant to the span of time elapsed.
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August 22, 2005 Day to Day reporters go on the prowl for quintessential American street food. Karen Grigsby Bates finds taco bliss in Los Angeles, Mike Pesca raves about chili and BBQ in New York City, and Eric Weiner gravitates toward high-octane Cuban coffee.
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December 17, 2004 How's this for a business model: the cereal of your choice served by someone in their pajamas. It's Cereality, a fast food service where you can order a variety of cereals topped with anything from candy to fruit.
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