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Dairy Farmers Hurt By Trade War

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Not My Job: We Ask Michelin-Star Chef José Andrés About The Michelin Man

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Jasmine Cho's cookie portrait of Afong Moy, who is often cited as the first Chinese woman to step foot in the United States. Beginning in the 1830s, Moy was put on display before crowds as a curiosity. Jasmine Cho hide caption

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Duped In The Deli Aisle? 'No Nitrates Added' Labels Are Often Misleading

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Chef Pete Smithing holds the Blooper Burger, which includes pretty much all the concession stand foods you can think of, at SunTrust Park in Georgia. For dessert: caramel popcorn colored with the Atlanta Braves' red and blue. Summer Evans/WABE hide caption

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Behold: The Blooper Burger. Your Arteries Will Clog Just Thinking About It

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Northern Ireland Dairy Farmers Fear Prospects Of A No-Deal Brexit

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As the gig economy grows, more people are seeking temporary work spaces, and restaurants and coffee shops are seeking to cater to this need, using tech apps to help them. Granger Wootz/Getty Images/Tetra images RF hide caption

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When A Chicken Sandwich Is Not Just A Chicken Sandwich

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A group representing importers said it was gratified that the Trump administration is lifting the tariffs on Mexican tomatoes. But it cautioned that beefed-up inspections could act as another barrier to free trade. Anna-Rose Gassot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This toad-shaped sandwich bar called the Toed In, near Los Angeles in 1939, allowed you to grab a bite to eat while your car got serviced. There's a lot of wordplay going on here: the toad-shaped building, the "towing in" of the car, and the stepping or "toeing" in for a snack. Good job, punsters! Ullstein Bild/Ullstein Bild via Getty Images hide caption

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