Latest Hamburger Stories
By Anonymous Ruth's Diner, a destination restaurant in Emigration Canyon since 1930, is scheduled to close for approximately two-and-a-half months beginning this fall to accommodate a renovation.
By Kat Bergeron, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. Aug. 1--SAUCIER -- Magnolia Diner serves up a taste of rural life and the foods that Southerners hold dear.
By Lydia Gehring I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend! I can't believe July is here, but it brings great opportunities to share special events with family and friends.
By Canan Tasci Staff Writer Mismatched socks, a hamburger hat, a balloon trick, sing-along songs and dancing were the keys to keeping The Happy Crowd's audience alive. The trio who make up The Happy Crowd recently performed at the 46th annual Summer Concert Series at Alma Hofman Park.
By Nancy Gilson, The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Jul. 9--The next time you sit down to your family's evening meal of hamburgers, baked beans, carrots and celery, potato chips and maybe some milk or iced tea, take a minute to wonder what families in Chad, Egypt, Poland and Turkey are eating.
By Dawn House, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 8--There's not much time to prepare a home-cooked meal for Jennifer Herbert, who juggles a full-time real estate career and five children. Herbert regularly eats out, often with her husband and then as a family each week.
By Terry Kinney MORE INFO Consumers who have questions about the recall may contact Kroger toll-free at (800) 632-6900 or online at www.kroger.com/recalls. CINCINNATI - First it was the tomatoes. Now it's the beef.
Whatever happened to the good old days when the worst we had to fear on the Fourth of July was traffic jams and wayward fireworks? According to our government's Meat & Poultry Hotline, this year's top fear is food poisoning by those nasty E.
By FROM STAFF, WIRE REPORTS CINCINNATI - First it was the tomatoes. Now it's the beef. Fourth of July picnic tables are getting a careful look as familiar hamburgers are feared to be among the tainted ingredients in separate food safety scares. On Wednesday, The Kroger Co.
By Terry Kinney CINCINNATI - First it was the tomatoes. Now it's the beef. Fourth of July picnic tables are getting a careful look as hamburger ingredients are now involved in separate food-safety scares. On Wednesday, The Kroger Co.
- a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec