Wisconsin woman sues Bagel Bites over cheese fraud

Ever since the ’90s, kids and adults alike have enjoyed the cheesy, crunchy goodness that is Bagel Bites. But a new lawsuit claims that the pint-sized pizza snacks aren’t actually made with real cheese or real tomato sauce.

As first reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the federal lawsuit was filed at the end of April and alleges that Kraft Heinz has deceived consumers by including the “Real” dairy seal when its product “does not contain ‘real’ mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce, as these foods are understood and expected by consumers.”

Bagel Bites are pint-sized pizza snacks that come
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The small kitchen essentials list – expert advice for what you need and how to fit it all in

Oven, fridge, sink, work surface – there are a few items on the small kitchen essentials list you just can’t go without, and that all small kitchen ideas need to incorporate. But when space is tight every square centimeter counts, so we asked the experts what can be considered surplus to requirements in small kitchens, and which pieces are absolute must haves. 

‘For many people, me included, the kitchen is the heart of the home, we spend so much of our time there so it’s important that it’s an inviting and cozy space that you want to be in, says

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Cake frosting 101: Your guide to common icing types

We all know icing is the perfect finishing touch to a great cake.

“The phrase ‘icing on the cake’ refers to making something that is already good even better — that’s what icing does,” says Elizabeth Wall, kitchen manager at Maxie B’s bakery in Greensboro, North Carolina. “It serves as a way to enhance cake layers by adding a different texture to a cake or incorporating multiple flavors in a finished cake. Icing also helps

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Ina Garten’s ‘All-Time Favorite Soup for Dinner’ Is Just as Delicious ‘the Next Day’

Ina Garten has many Barefoot Contessa soup recipes but there’s one she likes eating for dinner more than any other. 

Italian Wedding Soup is Ina Garten’s ‘all-time favorite soup for dinner’

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In a January 2020 post on her Barefoot Contessa website, Garten shared that she loves making her Italian Wedding Soup recipe on a cold night. Best of all, the Food Network star said it makes great leftovers. 

“It’s freezing in East Hampton, which means it’s

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Popular downtown Portland food cart pod to move this summer

Back in 2019, the carts got booted from SW Alder to make way for a Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Finally, two years later, they plan to open a few blocks away in a park.

PORTLAND, Oregon — Remember the big food cart pod at Southwest 10th Avenue and Alder Street in downtown Portland?

Back in 2019, the carts got booted to make way for a Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

Finally, two years later, they’re set to open in a new home a few blocks away from their original spot. 

We can all agree that downtown needs life pumped back into it. The new Ankeny

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Best Cheap Eats NYC and Westchester: Michelin Bib Gourmand 2021 Restaurants

Just as New York City’s dining rooms are welcoming more diners, Michelin has announced 131 of the best local places to celebrate with a not-too-expensive meal.

The timing of the international guide’s Bib Gourmands, or “cheap eats” list to its vaunted stars, follows the May 3 announcement by Governor Andrew Cuomo that the city’s indoor dining capacity can expand to 100% starting May 19.

Among the 30 new additions to the list are the Brooklyn bakery Winner, which makes a superb BLT—one of our most memorable meals of 2020—and Manhattan’s Thai Diner, from the owners of the beloved, now shuttered

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