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Move over MRE's, the Army is developing 3D food printers for soldiers in the field. If successful, soldiers will instantly have access to their food of choice by pressing the print button. The new technology could save money, avoid wasted food and give soldiers more food choices. Lauren Oleksyk is the food leader at the Army's Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center. She joined Tom Temin and Emily Kopp on the Federal Drive to discuss the new project.
The Air Force wants to know what its airmen and civilian employees think of the food at installations and bases.
Looking for last-minute inspiration for your Super Bowl party? Or a dish to bring to a party? WTOP staffers post their Super Bowl recipes.
One of the nation's first supermarket chains is about to close its last store in the nation's capital, disappointing shoppers in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Northwest Washington.
Sometimes you can get a better deal at the grocery store during a weekly special.
Is dad a grill master? Would you like him to be a mix master? Here are some gift ideas and some sites offering free shipping.
Looking for a pick-me-up in the afternoon? Avoid the coffee and try eating some chicken, which is packed with amino acids that create chemicals to keep the body alert.
WTOP's Jonathan Warner gets this tough assignment.
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A new report by the Environmental Working Group lists apples at the top of its list of produce most contaminated by pesticides.