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The Iron Chef cooks for a good cause.
Plus: Did Fox News really kill a story with video of Mayor Nutter spanking a woman at North Bowl; and Latina chefs are trending now, all in our morning news roundup.
An $800,000 Donation Brings an Oasis to Chester’s Food Desert; Americans to Gobble Up Thanksgiving Take-Out Like Never Before
Plus: Vegetable desserts could become a thing soon; and your dad or your clutter could be to blame for you weight, all in our morning news roundup.
Moorestown Hopeful That Alcohol Sales and a Vetri Restaurant Will Resuscitate Mall; Chain Restaurants View College Students as a Captive Audience
Plus: The local food movement is the U.S. is a multibillion dollar industry; and Colonel Sanders dug "real old-time country and farm cooking," all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Food banks see record numbers of hungry people; and you may want to reconsider that stage before quitting your day job, all in our morning news roundup.
Donate a can of food and enter to win dinner at all of Starr's Philly restaurants.
Woman Admits She Tried to Extort Campbell Soup Heiress; Yak Meat Is Tasty, Lean and Potentially Trendy
Plus: Post-recession consumers haven't been able to go back to spending freely at restaurants; and a Georgia man makes Waffle House a home, all in our morning news roundup.
Paula Deen Hams It Up For Philabundance; Momofuku's Crack Pie Is Really Almost as Addictive as Crack
Plus the recession in Europe is giving brasseries, gastropubs and takeout joints some comeuppance, and Thomas Keller's $835, 11-course dinners in Hong Kong are happening this week, all in our morning news roundup.
Joey Vento Undergoes Surgery for Colon-Rectal Cancer; Kids Who Drink Four Loko Are More Likely to Become Alcoholics
Plus half the food eaten on the International Space Station comes from the U.S., and undercover video shows alleged animal abuse on a Texas egg farm, all in our morning news update.
Hunger-Relief Groups See a Sixty Percent Increase in Demand; Former Palmer Social Club Manager Gets Three Years Probation For Tax Fraud
Plus Americans will spend at least two days shopping and enjoying merriment this holiday season, and Jone's bacon-flavored soda has an unappealing aftertaste, all in our morning news roundup.
Local High School Students Fight For Hunger; McDonald’s Threatens Dropping Employees’ Health Insurance
Plus food safety advocates want more tests for E. coli, and wealthy Americans are eating more fast food, all in our morning news roundup.
Philabundance Is in Need of Donations and Volunteers; Philly Teachers Caught Stealing Federally Funded Student Lunches
Plus Auntie Anne's founder gets injured in a motorcycle accident, and CakeBoss management program sues TLC show of the same name, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: wine grapes as global warming barometer, and The Obama revolutionizes Shanghai nightlife, all in our morning news roundup.
Help raise money to fight hunger in the Philly area