Here's why those potato chips are so hard to resist late at night
Lisa Herzig, Fresno State associate professor and director of the Dietetics and Food Administration Program, explains why it's tough to resist unhealthy snacks late at night. ( Aleksandra Konstantinovic, SW Parra / The Fresno Bee )
Today’s product is the same Cherry Mash that grandparents and great grandparents tasted through the generations. Same mound shape. Same combination of maraschino cherry, nuts and chocolate. Even wrappers from the 1930s would look familiar to buyer
Tim Kyle is making vodka out of milo, which some of his fans describe as “awesome water.” His “Ornery Brother” brand is clear, smooth, slightly sweet with a burning kick and a hint of anise in the aftertaste. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle
The Butterball Turkey Talk Line launched in 1981 to help home cooks make turkeys for Thanksgiving. The hotline has helped 50 million people so far. Supervisor Marjorie Klindera shared what it's like to work on the hotline.