On the Blogs: Bacon's Finally Losing Hype, Plus Trisha Yearwood's Back for a Second Season

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Wall Street Journal: Bacon is losing hype and smoked foods are rising on American menus. Even cocktail enthusiasts are embracing the trend.

The Hollywood Reporter: Grammy Award winner Trisha Yearwood will be back for a second season on Food Network. Check for new episodes of Trisha's Southern Kitchen this fall.

Grist: Ever wonder why your McDonald’s burger doesn’t look like the perfect one in those commercials?

Huffington Post: Holding the fridge door open is bad, but we all seem to do it. “To make snacking procrastination more "green," Chinese designer Changhong has created the S.Home Refrigerator, a full-size fridge that becomes transparent as you approach it.”

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