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Lay's Potato Chips vs. generic brand potato chips
Kurt Parsons

Can You Tell the Difference Between Lay’s Potato Chips and Generic Brands? [Video]

We're back to taste testing, this time to find out if you can tell the difference between Lay's name brand potato chips and generic brand chips.

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Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

White Sox Offer a 3-Pound Ice Cream Sundae

Last week I told you about the "Colossal Corn Dog" that will be sold at the Arizona Diamondbacks concession stands this season. That corn dog will sell for $25. Now comes word that the Chicago White Sox will be offering a life sized batting helmet sundae at their games this year. 

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GKevork Djansezian, Getty Images
GKevork Djansezian, Getty Images

This is One of the Best Lines Ever Heard at an Express Lane Checkout

Have you ever gone to the store and purchased a couple of things and headed to the "express lane" of ten items or less to buy them and find yourself behind someone with 25 or more items ahead of you.

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Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

Diamondbacks Selling a Colossal Corn-Dog for $25

It is that time of year. The Major League Baseball season began last weekend with the Los Angeles Dodgers playing the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. With the baseball season comes baseball food.  

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Scott Olson, Getty Images
Scott Olson, Getty Images

Did You Know That Corned Beef and Cabbage is Not an Irish Meal?

It is funny how we Americans consume certain foods with certain holidays. Like turkey on Thanksgiving Day and corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day.  Both could be eaten anytime of the year, but we seem to usually devour it on the appropriate holiday instead. Of course the turkey is an All-American bird and it fits the holiday in November, but, in what may surprise many, corned beef and cabbage is not the main staple in Ireland on St. Patrick's Day.   

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Rob & Amy Hinkamper, Facebook
Rob & Amy Hinkamper, Facebook

Rob Hinkamper Benefit At Texas Roadhouse is This Sunday From 11 to 5

It seems like everywhere I turn lately I hear news of someone suffering from cancer. One such person is Rob Hinkamper. I've known the Hinkamper family for years and the Hinkampers do not give up the fight.  Robbie never did on the football field and he isn't about to now. He and his wife, Amy, have been been throught it all in this battle.

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Corned Beef and Cabbage
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Ah, Ribs & Kraut, a Good ‘Irish’ Dinner at the K of C Saturday

Quincy’s 65th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, hosted by Blessed Sacrament Parish in the tradition of St. Boniface, will be held on Saturday, March 15 at the Knights of Columbus in Quincy.

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Brandon Bourdages
Brandon Bourdages

$6,000 in Prizes Will Be Given Away During the ‘Smokin’ Good Times BBQ Challenge’

Our family couldn't wait. The winter was long - some might say torturous - so at the very first sign of decent weather we went outside and cooked on the grill. A friend of mine co-hosts a barbecue show, and his show has decided that the time change should officially mark the start of grilling season. I think that's a great (or grate?) idea. In June, the Quincy Knights of Columbus will host the Smokin Good Times BBQ Challenge, so if you haven't done any outdoor cooking, you'll want to start practicing soon. Thousands of dollars are up for grabs! 

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Somsak Sudthangtum
Somsak Sudthangtum

Slate Assigns Porterhouse, Spare Ribs and Loose Meat as ‘Official’ Meats of the Tri-States

If each state in America had an "official" meat, what would those state meats be? That's the question Slate Magazine attempted to answer in the article 'The United Steaks of America.' Slate's effort is impressive. Meats were not allowed to be used twice, only mammal meat qualified for the list, and stews and sandwiches were not necessarily eligible. Here's what was decided for Illinois, Missouri and Iowa:

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iStock

‘Chilympics’ Chili Cook-Off Coming to Hannibal

The 31st annual Chili Cook-off will be held in Hannibal on Saturday, February 15, and this years theme is the 'Chilympics.'

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