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James Corden is facing a backlash this week with thousands of people signing a petition seeking to cancel a “culturally insensitive” segment on his show.

On The Late Late Show, there’s a recurring segment called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” in which the host’s celebrity guests are given the option of eating “gross” foods or answering a personal question.

The specific clip that prompted the petition appears to have originally aired in 2016 and has more than 27 million views on YouTube. It shows Corden and fellow TV personality Jimmy Kimmel asking each other difficult questions or

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — An employee of a Hermitage KFC tore apart the kitchen and threw multiple heavy items at a co-worker because he was mad over how they were preparing the food, according to an arrest warrant.

Metro police responded around 5:45 p.m. Sunday to a disturbance on the fast food restaurant on Lebanon Pike near Andrew Jackson Parkway.

Kenneth Douglas (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department)

When officers arrived, they said they spoke with the manager who explained 20-year-old Kenneth Douglas, who works at the KFC,

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Everyone has their go-to fast food menu items, but every so often a new meal is added to shake up our habits. Wendy’s has done that time and time again, and their latest innovation is a Big Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger.

Although a bacon cheeseburger may seem like a pretty basic menu addition, Wendy’s tends to take classics and elevate them to a new level. The Big Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger is no different; it is topped with Applewood smoked bacon, a custom bacon sauce with hints of sweetness, crispy onions, American cheese, a creamy cheddar cheese spread, and a totally new

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Americans traveling across the Atlantic to play in this week’s Scottish Open are adjusting to the stricter COVID-19 regulations.

Though the PGA Tour has begun to relax some of its protocols and testing requirements, especially for fully vaccinated players, the European Tour bubble remains firmly intact. The Scottish Open and next week’s Open Championship have more stringent rules regarding players’ whereabouts and interactions, and players in recent weeks have criticized the incongruity of allowing competitors to have only a limited inner circle on-site while also letting in 32,000 fans a day.

“I mean, slightly,” Collin Morikawa said Tuesday when asked

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Crook’s Corner, a cornerstone in Southern food and an early spark in the creation of the Triangle’s modern dining scene, has closed.

The icon of seasonal, Southern dishes, torch-bearer of shrimp and grits and Chapel Hill mainstay announced the closing Wednesday in an email.

“With an incredibly heavy heart I must share the news that we are closing,” the restaurant wrote in an email. “The position we find ourselves in, exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis is no longer tenable.”

Crook’s began as a Franklin Street fish market in the 1940s. But in 1982, chef Bill Neal and Gene Hamer opened

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The European Commission held a ‘high level celebratory event’ to mark the launch of the EU Code of Conduct for responsible food business and marketing this morning.

“The Code is one of the first deliverables of the Farm to Fork Strategy. It could significantly help the transition towards a sustainable food system. And it does not come a day too early,”​ European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides said in her prepared remarks.

This Code is part of the EU’s efforts to increase the availability and affordability of healthy and sustainable food options. It shows signatories –

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