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School Lunch
Flickr User U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Lunch At NJ Schools Is Getting A Lot Healthier [AUDIO]

When Jersey kids head back to school next week, the lunches they'll be served will a lot more nutritious than they used to be.

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School Breakfast
Flickr User USDAgov
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Why Aren’t More Schools Serving Breakfast To Kids? [AUDIO]

New Jersey school districts would serve free breakfast to low-income children it they knew it wouldn't cost them anything, right?

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Flickr user: stu_spivack
Flickr user: stu_spivack
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Sandwich Emergency Results In 911 Call [VIDEO]

What is the furthest you would take your anger for a botched sandwich order?

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Barbeque
Flickr User vegansoldier
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Barbeque Costs Skyrocketing This Summer [AUDIO]

The cost of your summer barbeque is going up this year as the prices of meat, cheese and vegetables are rising. If you're firing up the grill, the price of steaks is up 7%, chicken 22%, and beef 13% over last year.

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Bubble Gum
Flickr user: jkivinen
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Is Chewing Gum From 1990 The Most Disgusting Thing You Could Eat? I’m About To Find Out

During the 6:00pm hour, I'll be attempting to chew on a piece of gum from a pack of  baseball cards from 1990.  Here's the pack of cards:

The cards, and gum inside are roughly the same age as me, and we're going to find out if the gum tastes as nasty as I'm expecting it too

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barbeque
Sean Gallup, Getty Images
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Don’t “Spoil” Your Barbecue

Finally, it's Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer!  I'm sure most of you have plans for this holiday weekend that may include a barbecue.  Here are some tips so spoiled food won't spoil your weekend.

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First Lady Michelle Obama at an event promoting healthier school lunches. (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
First Lady Michelle Obama at an event promoting healthier school lunches. (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
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USDA Implements New Food Safety Strategy [AUDIO]

The Fed is ramping up its efforts to track down food borne illnesses at their source.

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Vending Machine
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Is Oversnacking the New Norm?

We've become a nation of grazers.  That's according to a report by the USDA Agriculture Research Service which finds 90 percent of us eat between meals and we eat twice the number of daily snacks that Americans ate 30 years ago.  While consistent snacking can have some benefits, it can also have some downfalls.

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(Flickr: ilovebutter)
(Flickr: ilovebutter)
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“Pink Slime” In Your Kid’s Lunch

According to public reports the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is planning to buy 7 million pounds of beef byproducts and serve it up in the nation’s federally-funded school lunch program. U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) is urging the Secretary of the USDA to end any transfer of products containing so-called “pink slime” to public schools, re-evaluate its process for approving its use and require the labeling of products that contain it so consumers can make informed choices.

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Dennis Cooking
YouTube.com user newjersey101point5
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Dennis’s Italian Meatloaf Recipe

I took this from Giada De Laurentis' appearance on the "Today Show" this week and the family loved it!

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