Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Wichita woman wins free ‘Starbucks for Life’

Kristen Coleman, a mom and hairstylist, was one of five people to win the contest nationwide.

Food & Drink

Warm up to a hot beverage this fall

In the early 1900s, Americans often sat down to a cup of beef, chicken or oyster tea at their favorite soda fountain. (In Wichita, beef tea went for 10 cents a cup at Shelley Drug Co. at 118 E. Douglas, according to a 1910 advertisement.) Tastes have changed, but not the desire to warm up with a hot beverage, especially when temperatures dip.

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How to catch a chicken

Amateur chicken wranglers Joe Stumpe and Carrie Rengers show off their techniques for catching chickens. (Video by Jaime Green/The Wichita Eagle/Aug. 26, 2016)

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Here's an easier way to peel tomatoes

Cutting the skin off a tomato loses too much fruit and takes a long time. The Sacramento Bee's Debbie Arrington shows how to peel a tomato more efficiently. (Lauren Chapman / The Sacramento Bee)
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Here's an easier way to peel tomatoes

Modern kids sample vintage candy 1:46

Modern kids sample vintage candy

How to catch a chicken 1:02

How to catch a chicken

Restaurant owners' favorite local dishes 2:27

Restaurant owners' favorite local dishes

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