But are they magical?
Another big announcement from the newspaper's food section.
The former critic has a big, new role at the paper, part of which involves a new "dining news product."
"The rape of the raisin growers."
They cost nearly $10.
The suggestion of farm-to-table freshness is more important than sales.
How one Cincinnati writer's recipe project turned into a sweet tale of cooking that brought generations together.
No more perfectly square burger patties.
Satellite imagery and surveillance flyovers are allegedly involved.
He forgot the "dash" part of dine and dash.
The company that owns brands like Ortega and Cream of Wheat buys the incredibly delicious snack food.
Alice Waters is a fan of the move.
You can now get an Egg McMuffin at 2 a.m.
Two tough adversaries.