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2011-03-31 06:19:00

WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Although stadium menus continue to expand faster than franks on a hot grill, fans still relish the hot dog as their favorite food at the ballpark, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council's 2011 annual report released on Major League Baseball's (MLB) Opening Day. Humphrey Bogart said, "A hot dog at the ballpark is better than steak at the Ritz." How about almost 23 million of them? The Council projects that MLB ballparks around...

2011-03-10 07:37:00

OAKLAND, Calif., March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- If Americans had a national style of cooking, it would be barbecue. And now, just in time for the extra hour of sunlight provided by daylight saving time, America's national culinary pastime has an online destination for enthusiasts to share - Kingsford® Charcoal's new website, Grilling.com. Grilling.com was created for people who prefer their food cooked outdoors, no matter the season. Loaded with mouth watering recipes...

2010-08-24 04:20:00

SHEBOYGAN FALLS, Wis., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Johnsonville Sausage today announced the launch of its "Rush for 2,000 Yards Challenge" Fantasy Football game. Through the online game, which kicks off today and runs through Jan. 2, 2011, football fans will compete to win the "ultimate fan cave," featuring their choice of televisions, speaker systems and other items. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100824/AQWFN51LOGO) (Logo:...

2010-05-12 09:14:00

GREENDALE, Wis., May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- On newsstands May 25, 2010 -- Perk up that picnic, add fire to those backyard barbecues and campouts, and savor all the flavors of summer with the July 2010 issue of Taste of Home. 'Tis the season to get outside, so uncover that grill and start the coals, rediscover that long-forgotten ice cream maker, and start enjoying any of the 148 hassle-free recipes and tips - a summertime parade of real food from real home cooks guaranteed to make every meal...

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