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Aug. 8, 2012, midnight
Nothing screams summer quite like CORN! The pop of the sweet kernels seems like a fitting reward for putting up with searing hot days.

A&E >  Food
March 30, 2011, midnight
The bar at the downtown tasting room shared by Grande Ronde, Mountain Dome and others was three people deep on a recent Saturday. Enthusiastic fans were swirling glasses, sniffing and comparing notes with friends as music played in the background and folks munched on snacks. It felt like a party.

A&E >  Food
July 7, 2010, midnight
When it comes to ice cream, cones are king for most people. Who doesn’t love licking a cold, sticky-sweet something on a hot summer day?

A&E >  Food
May 26, 2010, midnight
Spring salmon season has arrived and with it, the sticker shock over the price of those first fish from the Copper River in Alaska. Paying upwards of $20 a pound can take a bit of the joy out of eating the fish famous for its rich flavor and sky-high levels of omega 3, but those soaring prices will likely come down to earth soon.