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July 20, 2000

Pucker up
Lemonades with a serious kick are this summer's hot trends. Sales are good, but how long before these sweetened beers to the way of wine coolers?
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Sweetened brews don't hit the spot
Anyone who complained about green beer didn't know the worst of it.

Buy your produce and eat it, too
We bring fruits and vegetables home with the best intentions, only to have them end up a goopy mess in the dark corners of the fridge. The solution? Planning and common sense.

Marketers count on manipulating kids
Ask any parent who has made it to (and through) the checkout lane alive. Kid-savvy marketers are manipulating the color, taste and shape of every known food to capture the "Mommy/Daddy-buy-me" dollar of children weaned on advertising, cross-branding and power-morphing.

The steak lives up to the promise of the aroma from Durango
We've been inhaling the great oak-fire aroma from Durango for years as we drive by on Fourth Street N but had never eaten there, so, on a recent Sunday evening when our gas grill was out of propane, we decided to let Durango do the grilling for us.

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