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Norway reveals plans for river trap system to protect wild salmon

Announcement comes as Scottish report says open-pen salmon farms pose substantial risk to wild populationNorway is to introduce new traps to protect wild salmon after experts warned they could become endangered as a result of contact with their farmed counterparts.Farmed fish and non-native pink salmon carry various diseases and lice, and in recent years have spread from Russia across the Norwegian coastline, reaching Britain and mainland Europe. Continue reading...
Tags: Food, Europe, Scotland, Animals, Russia, Environment, UK News, World news, Fish, Britain, Wildlife, Conservation, Marine Life, Fishing, Norway, Europe Continue

Soft Pumpkin Muffins

This is a very simple, easy recipe for pumpkin muffins. Nothing crazy fancy here! This is just one of those recipes that I make pretty much every year around this time, and I realized I’ve never shared it on the blog before. These pumpkin muffins are super soft and springy. The perfect little morning or afternoon treat with coffee! I like to add mini chocolate chips to this pumpkin muffin recipe, and you’ll see that in the recipe card below. But it’s optional, as these are delicious ...
Tags: Food, Desserts, Sweet, Breakfast, Emma Chapman, Cook Time, xo Emma Print Soft Pumpkin Muffins

All about that base! From eggnog brulee to spiced orange tart: 10 top biscuit-based dessert recipes

Sweet and crunchy, biscuit-bottomed puddings are perfection – and surprisingly varied. Here are 10 delicious desserts to tryIf you are a certain type of person – me, essentially – you will be unable to hear the phrase “biscuit base” without it immediately conjuring the sound of Gregg Wallace bellowing it over and over again against a wall of hardcore techno. If that has just happened to you, I can only apologise, but I promise these recipes will make it worth it. Puddings that require any amount...
Tags: Food, Cake, Life and style, Baking, Dessert, Biscuits, Gregg Wallace

Why are Red Delicious apples absolutely not delicious?

Red Delicious is perhaps the biggest misnomers in the entire realm of fruits and vegetables. They're mealy, mild, and wholly unexciting compared to such greats as the Gala, Fuji, and Granny Smith. So how come the Red Delicious was America's favorite Apple for more than 70 years? — Read the rest
Tags: Apple, Food, Video, News, America, Fruit, Apples, Granny Smith, Gala Fuji

Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai’s Jahy Suffering Eternally

Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai‘s ever laughable Jahy has now experimented with growing her own food, an activity that she manages to make challenging as the episode then has her dealing with a freeloader before meeting and mooching off her underling again. Omake:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Anime, Tan, Moe, Lolita, Image Gallery, Silver Link, Kujikenai, Jahy, Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai

We tried 'cell-grown' salmon that looks, feels, and tastes real. Its makers want it to be the norm someday.

Wildtype's cultivated sushi-grade salmon. Courtesy of Wildtype We tried cell-grown, a.k.a "cultivated," salmon from food-tech startup Wildtype. It looked and tasted real. Cell-grown fish is what it sounds like: It's fish meat that's grown directly from fish cells. It's "cultivated" meat, not caught, and the companies making it think it's the future of seafood. As I wait to sit down with the founders from San Francisco-based food tech startup Wildtype, a team member gree...
Tags: Food, Restaurants, Singapore, US, San Francisco, Trends, Fish, Salmon, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Seafood, Fishing, Fda, Pacific, Josh Tetrick

‘It’s not as carbon-hungry’: UK’s largest sunlit vertical farm begins harvest

In a greenhouse in Worcestershire, Shockingly Fresh grows towers of leafy veg for supermarket shelvesThe largest naturally lit vertical farm in Britain has begun harvesting and the creators plan to build 40 more.It looks nothing like a traditional farm, with bright white towers of leafy green vegetables stacked as high as the eye can see. But Shockingly Fresh’s first giant greenhouse, in Offenham, Worcestershire, is harvesting thousands of bunches of pak choi and lettuce destined for supermarket...
Tags: Food, Business, UK, Environment, Vegetables, UK News, Britain, Farming, Food & drink industry, Offenham Worcestershire

Factory farms of disease: how industrial chicken production is breeding the next pandemic

At least eight types of bird flu, all of which can kill humans, are circulating around the world’s factory farms – and they could be worse than Covid-19One day last December, 101,000 chickens at a gigantic farm near the city of Astrakhan in southern Russia started to collapse and die. Tests by the state research centre showed that a relatively new strain of lethal avian flu known as H5N8 was circulating, and within days 900,000 birds at the Vladimirskaya plant were hurriedly slaughtered to prev...
Tags: Health, Food, Business, Science, Biology, China, Russia, Environment, Society, World news, Medical Research, Britain, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Wildlife, Farming

The day I cooked timpano with Stanley Tucci

The giant Italian pie was the centrepiece of the star’s Big Night film. Now he’s invited me round to his house to make it• Now try cooking Tucci’s timpano yourselfGetting your homework marked by Stanley Tucci is terrifying. Not because he is scary. On the contrary. He has impeccable, courtly manners. It’s terrifying because of what is at stake. I prise off the lid to the plastic box and turn its contents towards him, shyly. Tucci plucks a single chilled meatball from the one kilo throng, each th...
Tags: Food, Books, Film, New York City, Culture, Italian food and drink, Stanley Tucci, Christ, Tucci, Louis Prima, Perfetto, Food and drink books, America Tucci

Nobel prize for physics is a game-changer

The physics 2021 Nobel prize means the conversation is no longer about debating whether climate change is real, but rather what we should do about it The post Nobel prize for physics is a game-changer appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Food, Climate Change, Opinion, Physics, Unesco, Healthcare, 2022, Openaccess, Southern Africa Development Community, Nobel Prize, Communication Technologies, Nelson Mandela University, COVID-19, 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics, African School of Physics, Azwinndini Muronga

I went to TGI Fridays for the first time in years and I was pretty impressed by its menu, including its delicious new Beyond Meat vegan burger

I tried the fast-casual chain's new vegan burger. It was delicious. Courtesy of Andrea Dean I went to TGI Fridays for burgers and mocktails after not visiting the fast-casual chain for years. I had thought they mainly sold burgers and ribs, so I was pleased to see a wider variety of dishes. They'd just added a new Beyond Meat vegan burger - and it tasted great. See more stories on Insider's business page. I went TGI Fridays for the first time in years. Hollis Johnson...
Tags: Food, England, Review, Restaurants, America, Trends, Features, Restaurant, Fast Food, Retail, Tgi Fridays, Leeds, New York Police Department, Beyond Meat, Jack Daniels, Monterey Jack

The US has a silent pig pandemic on its doorstep once again

As America readies to protect its pork industry, the Dominican Republic has been accused of using an outbreak of African Swine Fever to wipe out smaller producersA pandemic is silently sweeping across the globe – and it is not Covid-19. Since African Swine Fever (ASF) was confirmed in the Americas more than two months ago, the deadly pig disease is now on six continents and on the doorstep of the US.Samples taken in the Dominican Republic tested positive for ASF in July and in neighbouring Haiti...
Tags: Food, Science, Environment, Americas, US, America, World news, Infectious Diseases, Farming, Haiti, Dominican Republic, ASF, African Swine Fever

Monica Galetti: ‘My goal was to be a chef, it wasn’t to be on TV’

The chef on 13 years of MasterChef: The Professionals, the many uses of Marmite and why she can’t have a banana in peaceI grew up in Samoa and, looking back, I don’t think I realised how wonderful life was back then. The chickens used to run wild on the family plantation and we’d collect their eggs. We’d pick guavas, pineapples, papayas. It was such a normal thing to do.Every Sunday, we’d have an “umu” – a big fire pit with volcanic rocks. When the fire dies down, the rocks are taken off and you...
Tags: Food, Television, Culture, Food TV, Chefs, Masterchef, Samoa, Monica Galetti

The 4 best knife sharpeners we tested in 2021

Owen Burke/Insider Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky If you own a knife, you should probably own a knife sharpener, unless you want to pay a sharpening service. Our favorite knife sharpener for most kitchens is the Chef's Choice Trizor XV EdgeSelect. We also have recommendations for manual pull-through, kit (jig system), and portable sharpeners. There's no way around it: at some point, your knives are going to need sharpening. And while sharp knives are dangerous, dull knives ca...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Food, Trends, Features, Mit, Arkansas, Buying Guide, Smith, Kitchen Tools, Bevel, Victorinox, Pat LaFrieda, Kitchen Appliances, Owen Burke, TRI

English baker caught using illegal sprinkles smuggled from the US

A customer at the Leeds-based bakery Get Baked recently reported the business to the West Yorkshire Trading Standards regulatory body for violating sprinkle laws with their best-selling Birthday Bruce biscuits and raspberry glazed donut cookies. Yes, really. As the BBC explains: Trading Standards said the E127 food colouring, also know as Erythrosine, is only approved for use in the UK and EU in cocktail cherries and candied cherries. — Read the rest
Tags: Food, Post, UK, News, US, Eu, Bbc, Baking, Food Safety, Great British Bake Off, Bakery, Leeds, Baked Goods, Bakers, Bruce, Confections

We compared 5 popular online meat delivery services to find which has the juiciest steaks and most premium cuts

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Rastelli's and ButcherBox are among the convenient online shops to buy different types of meat. Some mimic the experience of your local butcher, while others serve as a one-stop dinner shop. Here's a full comparison of the five services on their prices, offerings, and more. When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Porter Road/Instagram As enthusiastic carnivores and amateur home cooks, we've tes...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Meat, Food, Trends, Features, Nashville, Omaha, Subscriptions, Delivery Service, Angus, Snake River Farms, Omaha Steaks, Connie Chen, Porter Road, Rastelli

How to eat: chocolate pots

This month How to Eat deep-dives into chocolate pots – is mousse or cream better? Flake or Freddo? And why does spoon technique matter?It seems wrong that the world knows Gordon Ramsay’s name while the creator of the extraordinary seasoning for tangy cheese Doritos remains anonymous. Where are the Michelin stars for the hidden heroes of food science? The magazine covers for the lab-coated magicians who invented Lindt balls, Magnums or Mini Cheddars?For who has brought you more pleasure in life? ...
Tags: Food, Snacks, Michelin, Chocolate, Gordon Ramsay, Mars, Dessert, René Redzepi, Cadbury, Noma, Lindt, Freddo, Flake

The best Haribo gummy candies aren't available in US grocery stores - but here's how to order them online

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP via Getty Images Haribo is famous for its Goldbears, but the confectionery produces more than 1,000 candy varieties. Only 25 of those candies are widely available in the US, though. Fortunately, you can order rare Haribo gummies - like pugs, mango slices, and ghosts - online. International airports and shopping are inextricably linked in my brain. It's not that I get a thrill ou...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Food, US, Trends, Candy, Orangina, Haribo, Gummies, Patrik Stollarz, Insider Picks, Caitlin Petreycik, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Review, IP Kitchen

The one thing your pantry is missing is probably a 72-count box of Tootsie Roll Pops

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Lauren Savoie/Insider You should buy a 72-count box of Tootsie Roll Pops. You deserve it. No, really, you do. Pops Giant Size (72 count) (small) I'll keep it short and simple: if you'd like to bring some joy to your home, I highly recommend buying yourself a giant box of Tootsie Roll Pops.As a kid, Tootsie Roll Pops were something we got as a treat at the gas station. Who doesn't remember...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Trends, Insider Picks, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Reviews, IP Kitchen, Lauren Savoie, Insider Reviews 2021, Under $30 Sprint

I've tried every coffee gadget out there, but I always come back to this $23 stovetop coffee pot

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon There is any number of ways to make coffee on the cheap, but may we suggest the Moka pot? Grosche's Milano is our favorite Moka pot, and the one we recommend in our guide to stovetop coffee. It's a quick, space-conscious, and rich way of achieving an espresso-like dose of coffee at home. Milano Stovetop Espresso Maker (small) Coffee, depending upon how you take yours, can be a dizzying ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Coffee, Food, Trends, Moka, Bialetti, Milano, Dom Perignon, Owen Burke, Kitchen Accessories, GROSCHE, Insider Picks, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Reviews

I love this Japanese BBQ sauce so much that I get auto-deliveries of it every other month

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Bachan’s Japanese Barbecue Sauce is one of the best sauces for grilling, for marinading, or any dish that could use some umami. Rachael Schultz/Insider Bachan's small-batch Japanese Barbecue Sauce is far more complex tasting than most bottled sauces. It's Amazon's #1-selling BBQ sauce, but it also elevates everything from vegetables to pizza to eggs. It's so tasty and diverse that my che...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Food, Whole Foods, Trends, Gmo, Gill, Chris Kimball, Insider Picks, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Review, IP Kitchen, Rachael Schultz, Justin Gill, Insider Reviews 2021

Ganbare Douki-chan Succeeds After Wallowing in Despair

Ganbare Douki-chan has picked up where the last episode left off as heroine Douki-chan laments her failures, only to wake up from her drunken stupor as her male colleague brings her back home, additionally working up the courage to give him her precious chocolates. Omake:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Romance, Tights, Anime, Ona, Valentine's, Oppai, Image Gallery, AtelierPontdarc, Ganbare Douki-chan, Ganbare Douki, Douki chan

An African vision for our food systems

Young people, of which the continent has many, could be key to innovating intelligent technology solutions that help farmers produce food efficiently The post An African vision for our food systems appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Food, Opinion, Africa, Farmers, Food Production, Population Growth, Openaccess, Releaf, Industrialisation, Food Systems, Ikenna Nzewi, African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF

FSSAI Job Vacancy Recruitment 2021

Recruitment for Job Vacancies in FSSAI 2021 The Food Safety and Standards Authority of  India (FSSAI) invites online applications in the prescribed format for following various Sarkari Naukri Job Vacancies of Officers, Director, Managers, Engineers, Assistants etc. in Group-A, Group-B and Group-C on direct recruitment basis from dynamic, proficient and motivated candidates looking for exciting career opportunities in the Food Regulatory System and wanted to be a part of the FSSAI... Please Click...
Tags: Food, Legal, Jobs, Law, Public Relations, Engineer, Manager, Delhi, Director, Officer, Analyst, Assistant, Technical, Manisha, FSSAI, IT(Computer

Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Re-Adapting the Mugen Train Arc

Kimetsu no Yaiba has at long last unleashed its second season, starting with a retelling of the Mugen Train arc (as seen in the extravagantly popular movie) and focusing on the eccentric Rengoku and his encounter with a nasty demon before the episode then concluded by entering into familiar territory as the characters board a […]
Tags: Food, Comedy, Drama, Trains, Anime, Image Gallery, Ufotable, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Kimetsu, Yaiba, Rengoku

Here's what you get in a $350 cast iron pot: better handles, but not much else

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Owen Burke/Insider From stews and roasts to chowders and chillis, a cast-iron Dutch oven is a worthy kitchen addition. We tried popular direct-to-consumer brand Finex's new take on the classic for a range of dishes. While it lacks the fine finish of other brands, we're in love with its handles and heat retention. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven (small) I'v...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Trends, Victoria, Oven, Kitchen Appliances, Owen Burke, Cookware, Smithey, Insider Picks, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, IP Reviews, IP Kitchen, Insider Reviews 2021, Lodge Victoria

I love charcuterie so much that I have an entire collection of serving boards - here are my top 5

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Anna Popp/Insider Charcuterie is one of my favorite things to serve when I get together with friends. I love them it so much that I have a whole collection of serving boards. When asked, I always recommend the Bambussi cheese board and the World Market slate cheese board. My homemade charcuterie boards are always a fan-favorite when I host guests or go to a friend's house. Over the years I've ...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Cheese, France, US, Trends, Features, Susan, Kitchen Accessories, Cheese Board, Charcuterie, Bambüsi, Product Card, Kitchen (Reviews, Insider Reviews, IP Roundup

How the espresso martini became the world’s most notorious cocktail

It can now be found everywhere – in cans at Asda and in cakes on The Great British Bake Off. But the caffeinated classic certainly isn’t popular with everyoneName: The espresso martini.Age: 38. Continue reading...
Tags: Coffee, Food, Alcohol, World news, Asda, Cocktails

"He said, 'It's your fault for encouraging these videos."

I got there via Know Your Meme, where Nikocado Avocado is a "Top Entry This Week." I was at Know Your Meme for something completely unrelated, the meme "Chad" — because that New Yorker humor piece (blogged in the previous post) used the name Chad, repeatedly, but possibly not within the well-known meme. There was the idea that "Dating a Chad (a man named Chad or a man with Chad energy)" should require you to overcome a filibuster in your chat group. There were 5 more iterations of the name Chad ...
Tags: Psychology, Food, Law, Youtube, Chad, Names, The New Yorker, Masculinity, Ann Althouse, Celebritneys, Nikocado Avocado, Know Your Meme

Who needs apples when you can have sausages? 10 unusual but delicious crumble recipes

From Dan Lepard’s strawberry and mascarpone to Claire Thomson’s leek and cheddar, these mouthwatering dishes redefine the humble dessert. But in a good way …There are two types of people in the world: pie people and crumble people. As we all know, you cannot trust a pie person. Their need for structure is too restricting; their pursuit of rules loses them friends and respect at every turn. Give me the loose informality of a crumble any day. A warm bowl of crumble, lazily spooned out of a dish an...
Tags: Food, Life and style, Dessert, Dan Lepard, Claire Thomson