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Not a cranberry sauce fan?

November 7, 2015 By J.M. HIRSCH AP Food Editor Admittedly, I’m a bit of a freak when it comes to cranberry sauce. more »»

Things to know about the battle of the sweeteners

November 7, 2015 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake for both sides in a federal court case that’s shaping up as the battle of the sweeteners. more »»

A MARQUETTE MAINSTAY

October 31, 2015 MARQUETTE — Rachel and Matthew Fay, owners of the Portside Inn in Marquette, are an old-fashioned couple who are firm believers in the old proverbial saying, if it ain’t broke — don’t fix it. more »»

UN agency links hot dogs and other processed meat to cancer

October 31, 2015 PARIS (AP) — Bacon, hot dogs and cold cuts are under fire: The World Health Organization threw its global weight behind years of doctors’ warnings and declared Monday that processed meats raise the... more »»

Serving green beans? Make them delicious

October 31, 2015 We apologize if you are a huge fan of green beans. We apologize if you are the sort of person who longs for the green beans at Thanksgiving. We think it’s a little strange, but we still apologize. more »»

Red Wings fall in OT

October 24, 2015 CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Mark Giordano scored his second goal of the game in overtime and the Calgary Flames came back to end a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the struggling Detroit Red... more »»

SOL FOOD

October 24, 2015 By JUSTIN MARIETTI Journal Staff Writer ARQUETTE — Customers have been drawn to Sol Azteca in Marquette ever since the moment it opened its doors to the public in December 2013 — and manager Aurora... more »»

The history of chocolate’s sweet embrace

October 24, 2015 The cacao tree is believed to be first cultivated around 1500 BC in the rainforests of Central America by the Olmecs. Later the Mayans and Aztecs used it for chocolati or bitter water. more »»

Subway transitions to meat raised without antibiotics

October 24, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — Subway said Tuesday that it plans to switch to meat raised without antibiotics over the next several years. more »»

Light the lamps

October 24, 2015 MARQUETTE — Rivalry weekend started Friday night as heated foes Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech universities took to the ice in front of a raucous and packed Berry Events Center at NMU. more »»

Light the lamps

October 24, 2015 By RYAN STIEG Journal Sports Writer MARQUETTE — Rivalry weekend started Friday night as heated foes Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech universities took to the ice in front of a raucous and packed... more »»

Miners blank Pats

October 24, 2015 ISHPEMING — There was no way Friday night that Brock Aho and his Negaunee High School football teammates were going to lose their third game in a row. No way at all. more »»

Tarasan makes most of chance

October 24, 2015 By Journal Sports Staff MUNISING — Senior Quintin Tarasan made the most of his opportunity on Friday night and the Munising High School football benefitted from it on Friday night. more »»

Spartans, Hoosiers coming off dramatic finishes

October 24, 2015 By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer EAST LANSING — On the same day Michigan State beat Michigan with an unforgettable finish, Indiana was playing Rutgers in a game that was thrilling but — for obvious... more »»

Sports briefs

October 24, 2015 NMU soccer back to winning ways MARQUETTE — The Northern Michigan University women’s soccer team got back to its winning ways after shutting out Saginaw Valley State, 2-0, on Friday afternoon at th... more »»

NMU volleyball falls in 5 sets

October 24, 2015 By Journal Sports Staff COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Northern Michigan University women’s volleyball team fell in five sets to host Ohio Dominican Friday night. more »»

SMALL BUSINESS, BIG PASSION

October 17, 2015 MARQUETTE — The New York Deli of Marquette was founded in 1980 by Don Curto, and it has seen its fair share of changes over the past 35 year. more »»

As kombucha sales boom, makers ask feds for new alcohol test

October 17, 2015 DENVER— A tangy fermented tea called kombucha has moved from the natural foods aisle to the mainstream. more »»

Sacrificing animal products, not taste

October 17, 2015 MIAMI (AP) — Tal Ronnen’s food philosophy isn’t unusual for a chef of his caliber. It also isn’t complicated. Simply put: taste above all. more »»

 
 
 

 

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