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Hershey’s and Yuengling Team Up for Most Pennsylvania Beer Ever
It’s the brewery’s first collaboration.
Two Midwest Towns Are Locked in a Vicious Fight Over Their Pierogi Festivals
The Whiting Pierogi Fest is displeased with the Edwardsville Pierogi Festival’s name.
Workers Announce Strike That Could Cripple Next Easter’s Peeps Supply
They’re negotiating higher pay.
Sales of Joe Paterno ‘Legacy’ Beer Are Through the Roof
“I’ve never seen anything like this … It just doesn’t happen this easy.”
This Waitress Says She Was Fired Because She Got a Mammogram
It “was not a life-or-death situation,” according to management.
Here Piggy Piggy
Runaway Pig Has an Eventful Morning Terrorizing Customers at Burger King
It blocked the drive-through and bit a woman’s foot.
Eastern Pennsylvania’ Real Speakeasies Sound Really Depressing
It’s all happening in Pennsylvania!
Epidemic of Spontaneously Exploding Prosecco Bottles Hits Pennsylvania
The recall was announced “following several reports of full wine bottles spontaneously exploding” on store shelves.
Restaurant Critic With 20 Years of Experience Finally Revealed Her Face
Citing “realities of the Internet era,” the
reviewer joins the “out” club.
Cup or Cone
Yuengling Ice Cream Back in Production After 30 Years
The vanilla fudge chunk with pretzels will probably make a decent beer float.
McDonald’s Worker Sues After Receiving Ridiculous Debit Card Instead of
Natalie Gunshannon got a lot of fees and charges instead of a paycheck.
Even Worse Than Yelp: In Pennsyltucky Dissatisfied Customers Throw Dead Animals
It’s customary to express disfavor with an animal’s carcass.
More PA Raw Milk Linked to Salmonella; NJ Pushes For Legal Raw Milk Sales
Though many have been sickened in PA, NJ is pushing to make raw milk legal.
Study Shows Philly Is Pennsylvania’s Unhealthiest County
Eating bad food is only one piece of the puzzle.
Lawsuit Shows a Whole New Round of Shadiness Emerging at Water Works
There are allegations of embezzlement and rightful ownership.
Whoopie-Pie Wars Escalate!
Pennsylvania and Maine continue to debate the dessert’s origins.
It Turns Out, New York’s Booze Peddlers Don’t Have It That Bad
At least you don’t have to pay half a million for a liquor license here.
Stars Align for Selling Off of PA’s State-Owned Liquor Stores; Bison
Plus South Carolina governor Mark Sanford now spends less on food, and the time is right to finally try kombucha, all in our daily news roundup.
Chef Found Dead; Ludo Looks at French Street Food
Joseph Cirniglia is found dead in The Hudson River, and L.A.’s pop-up chef phenom has another hit on his hands with a food truck.
Muranaka Farms Recalls Parsley; Pomona College Cafeteria Goes Tray-less
A salmonella scare has a Moorpark farm calling for its parsley back, while Pomona College joins a trend to go tray-less while eating.
Rachael Ray Loves Chicago; Climate Change Comes For Beer
Plus: Bill Buford on Julie Powell; Paula Deen’s cookware recall.