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Oral injuries lead to recall of Spam, other Hormel product

AUSTIN, Minn. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is recalling more than 228,000 pounds of Spam and another product made by Minnesota-based Hormel after four consumers complained about metal objects in the food. The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service says the canned chicken and pork in question was produced in February at the […]
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Judge orders higher-calorie meals for Alaska Muslim inmates

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A U.S. judge has ordered Alaska corrections officials to provide Muslim inmates with nutritionally sufficient, pork-free meals when they break their Ramadan fasts at night. In an order Friday, U.S. District Court Judge H. Russel Holland says fasting Muslim inmates must be given daily meals containing at least 2,600 calories. Ramadan […]
Tags: News, Ap, Food & Drink, Alaska, Muslim, Juneau Alaska, Russel Holland, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, U S District Court Judge, Alaska Muslim


3 DIY BBQ Spice Rubs for Your Summer Grilling

Many great meats start with a great spice rub. While you can buy any number of blends from the store, why not try your hand at creating your own? There’s no better place to get started with creating your own spice blends than with DIY BBQ rubs. Whether you’ll be massaging it into ribs or pork butt or brisket, BBQ rub has a number of uses and can enhance many of your summer-grilling favorites. A rub creates a dark, crusty “bark” on the meat that adds a nice layer of tasty texture above the tende...
Tags: Cooking, Life, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, Matt Moore, Karl, Steele, AOM, MSG Stir, Skip Steele, Karl Engel, Tim Ziegler


‘The Cab King of Red Mountain’ bottles 6 distinct varieties of cabernet sauvignon for Fidelitas Wines

Charlie Hoppes has a long fascination with Washington’s signature grape — also the dominant variety on Red Mountain.
Tags: News, Washington, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Charlie Hoppes


'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out?

Parents and experts in southern Europe digest the WHO’s warning this week on fast food Possible suspects in the demise of the Mediterranean diet are not hard to find in the food court of Plenilunio, a giant mall not far from Madrid airport that offers visitors 138 shops, a multiscreen cinema and dozens of restaurants.If visitors are not in the mood for a McDonald’s, Burger King or Subway, there’s a KFC, a kebab restaurant, a noodle place, a sandwich bar, a tex-mex joint, a US-style diner or two ...
Tags: Health, Europe, Greece, US, Spain, World news, Cyprus, Food & Drink, Italy, Who, World Health Organization, Madrid, Kfc, Mediterranean, McDonald 's Burger King, Plenilunio


Friday round-up

Bloggers breakfast at Middletown Coffee Co. Fifteen years ago if you’d told me that a local coffee shop would be hosting a ‘bloggers breakfast’ I would have laughed at you. Actually if you’d told me that last year I would have laughed too. How times have changed. Ballymena Means/Bid hosted the event to promote local businesses via the local instagram/blog world, incentivising a group of people they consider to be local influencers in exchange for good publicity. Ongoing work at the house ...
Tags: Art, Design, Religion, Women, Bbc, Ireland, Food & Drink, Amd, Bloggers, Ballymena, Ray LaMontagne, 8th Amendment, Dualit, Women 2018, Ballymena blogger, Hiut Denim


Fish feel pain, scientists say. What do we do now?

The idea that fish suffer runs counter to almost everything Americans have been taught about creatures of the sea. However, the accumulated research on fish pain has recently hit the public with the impact of a blunt object.
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Alaska judge plans to order proper meals for Muslim inmates

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A U.S. judge says he plans to issue an order by Friday requiring that an Alaska jail provide suitable meals to Muslim inmates as they break their daily fasts during Ramadan. U.S. District Judge H. Russel Holland says the emergency order generally will resemble the request made by two Muslim inmates […]
Tags: News, Ap, Food & Drink, Alaska, Juneau Alaska, Russel Holland, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics


Elegant new Petite Galerie is a throwback to an era where diner comfort prevails

The attractive, quiet space in Madison Valley could so easily tip into twee but the restaurant’s French-inflected, contemporary American food prevents that.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Galerie, Madison Valley


10th Annual Beer Cheese Festival June 9 Winchester, KY

Did you even know such things existed! This is the Beer Cheese Festival's 10th anniversary! WHEN: June 9, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm WHERE: Main Street in Downtown Winchester KY 34 S Main St Winchester, KY 40391 USA COST: $5.00 Per Wristband Per Person WEBSITE: http://www.beercheesefestival.com/bcf/ Ask almost anyone what the best part of the Beer Cheese Festival is, and they’ll tell you, “Sampling beer cheese!” and they’re right. We start at 10:00 am and go all the way to 5:00 pm. You can sample...
Tags: Crafts, Usa, Food & Drink, Vintage Indie, Kentucky Life, Winchester Ky, Events to Attend


5 First Date Foods That Won’t Make a Mess of Dinner

A first date can be a stressful experience. From deciding on how to dazzle him with your fashion sense to covering up that zit that came out of nowhere, there’s enough to worry about. The last thing you want to do is to have your dinner date go badly and your food choices making you feel even more uncomfortable. Here are five options that are harmless and fun. Tapas A first date over dinner is a big commitment and can seem quite formal. Tapas can help to break up the formality, becau...
Tags: Food, Fashion, Food & Drink, Dinner, Tapas CC BY SA


Short Fascinating Film Shows How Japanese Soy Sauce Has Been Made for the Past 750 years

A few years back, we visited Hōshi, a hotel located in Komatsu, Japan, which holds the distinction of being the 2nd oldest hotel in the world, and "the oldest still running family business in the world." Built in 718 AD, Hōshi has been operated by the same family for 46 consecutive generations. It's hard to imagine. But it's true. Once established, Hōshi would have to wait another 500 years before soy sauce came to Japan and could be served to its guests. According to the National Geogra...
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10 of the best seaside cafes and restaurants in the UK: readers’ tips

Our tipsters tuck into everything from good strong tea and cake to scallops and langoustines but all these coastal pitstops make the most of their gorgeous settingThe Rosemarkie Beach Cafe is run by community volunteers and set on the beachfront looking over the Moray Firth towards Fort George, not far from Inverness. It’s dog-friendly and serves good strong tea, homemade cakes, and the best sausage and black pudding sandwiches. It’s also a good place to browse secondhand books and CDs, and a so...
Tags: Travel, UK, Restaurants, Life and style, Food & Drink, Food And Drink, Day trips, Family Holidays, Beach Holidays, United Kingdom Holidays, Inverness, Fort George, Rosemarkie Beach Cafe


New York City to consider ban on plastic straws

NEW YORK (AP) — Plastic straws and stirrers could soon be banned in bars, restaurants and coffee shops in New York City. Democratic City Councilman Rafael Espinal introduced a bill on Wednesday, saying restaurants should replace plastic with paper or metal straws. Exceptions would be made for people with disabilities or medical conditions. The penalty […]
Tags: Travel, Business, New York, News, New York City, Ap, Food & Drink, Nation & World, Rafael Espinal


Comedian Josh Denny not sorry about N-word tweets

NEW YORK (AP) — Comedian and Food Network host Josh Denny has called his tweets using the N-word and comparing use of “straight white male” to the racial slur as “very incendiary,” but he said he’s not sorry. The host of “Ginormous Food” appeared on Van Lathan’s podcast “The Red Pill” on Tuesday. He said […]
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Buy: Vegan Cheddar Puffs

Made with all-natural water lily seeds, organic extra virgin coconut oil, nutritional yeast, sea salt and paprika, Lily Puffs taste like a healthier version of cheese puffs—but with no actual cheese. With no sugar, these are a crunchy snack that satisfy...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Food, Design, Snacks, Healthy, Vegan, Food_drink, Puffs, Cheesepuffs


Food is more than just fuel — it’s also pleasure

I recently had an email exchange with someone who argued that food is supposed to be fuel — period — and that to view eating as a form of pleasure was a gateway to food addiction. I had to respectfully disagree.
Tags: Wellness, News, Life, Food & Drink


Brussels' battered chip shacks to get revamp

Architect assures Belgian city that plan to rebuild frietkots with shiny facades will also preserve chip stall traditionsThe frite, or frieten, as they say in the Dutch-speaking north of Belgium, is a national institution. But given the skinny chip’s veneration, whether enjoyed with a dab of mayonnaise or taken au naturel, the ramshackle appearance of many of the frietkots from which they are dispensed around Brussels has been a source of shame for the city council.The embarrassment has prompted...
Tags: Europe, Life and style, World news, Architecture, Food & Drink, Belgium, Brussels, Street Food, Chips (french fries


Battered chip shacks of Brussels in taste tussle

Architect assures Belgian city that plan to rebuild frietkots with shiny facades will also preserve chip stall traditionsThe frite, or frieten, as they say in the Dutch-speaking north of Belgium, is a national institution. But given the skinny chip’s veneration, whether enjoyed with a dab of mayonnaise or taken au naturel, the ramshackle appearance of many of the frietkots from which they are dispensed around Brussels has been a source of shame for the city council.The embarrassment has prompted...
Tags: Europe, Life and style, Architecture, Food & Drink, Belgium, Brussels, Street Food, Chips (french fries


Alessandra Gordon perfects her own recipe for fluffy Japanese milk bread

The Ayako & Family stand at the University District Farmers Market is a modern business, built on memories.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Alessandra Gordon, University District Farmers Market


San Luis Obispo, California: America's happy valley

This historic college town between California’s mountains and its rugged Pacific coast seems to have it all. No wonder Oprah raves about itA few years ago my husband and I rented a bungalow in the Californian mission town of San Luis Obispo. We lived next to a firefighter and an octogenarian cowboy named Webb. There were annual block parties, potluck suppers, a coveted tomato growing prize (the champion donning a flowing silk cape, parading around our cul-de-sac). Saturday nights at the Sunset D...
Tags: Travel, California, Restaurants, America, Food & Drink, Food And Drink, City Breaks, Pacific, Oprah, United States Holidays, North And Central America Holidays, California Holidays, San Luis Obispo, San Luis, Webb, San Luis Obispo California


The Macallan Scotch's Otherworldly New Distillery + Visitor Center: An architectural wonder that rolls into the Speyside, Scotland hills

There's an inherent magic to the rolling green hills of the Scottish Highlands. Nature imparts peace, beauty and—of course—an imprint on the whisky produced throughout the region. With their brand new distillery—which looks as if were pulled from the...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Scotland, Scotch, Food-drink, Singlemaltscotch, Distilleries, Themacallan, Speyside, Scottishhighlands, Rogersstirkharbourandpartners


Restaurant group negotiating to buy out Mario Batali

NEW YORK (AP) — The restaurant group co-owned by Mario Batali says it has been “actively negotiating” to buy out the celebrity chef facing sexual misconduct allegations. The B&B Hospitality Group says Batali and partner Joe Bastianich have signed a letter of intent and final terms could be set by July 1. The New York […]
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Toxic mushrooms in Iran kill 11 people and poison more than 800

Up to 10 provinces, mostly in west of country, affected by mass fungi poisoningAt least 11 people have reportedly died in Iran after eating toxic mushrooms. Emergency services in up to 10 provinces, mostly in the west of the country, reported that more than 800 people had become ill after mushroom poisoning and scores had been taken to hospital. It is unclear what kind of mushroom those affected had eaten. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Biology, Environment, Life and style, World news, Iran, Middle East and North Africa, Food & Drink, Poison, Plants, Fungi, Food Safety


How to age well with the Mediterranean diet

The plant-forward Mediterranean diet has been linked with a number of possible health benefits. Could better aging be another? Nutritionist Carrie Dennett investigates.
Tags: Wellness, News, Life, Food & Drink, Mediterranean, Carrie Dennett


NYPD probing sex allegations against Mario Batali

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department is investigating allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against celebrity chef Mario Batali. The NYPD confirmed the probe following a “60 Minutes” broadcast Sunday night in which an unnamed woman accused Batali of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2005. She says she remembers joining him for […]
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NYPD probing allegations of sexual misconduct against Mario Batali

The NYPD confirmed the probe following a “60 Minutes” broadcast Sunday night in which an unnamed woman accused Batali of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2005.
Tags: Business, News, Food & Drink, Mario Batali, Nation & World, Batali


Last stand for Strand club where India’s past has stood still

The India Club epitomises post-colonial culture but is under threat from developersTo enter the India Club on the Strand in London is to encounter an authentic version of post-colonial India. Everything is much as it was when the club – whose founding members included Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister, and Countess Mountbatten, wife of the last viceroy – moved to the premises a few years after independence in 1947.The wood-laminated tables are surrounded by straight-backed club chai...
Tags: UK, London, Restaurants, India, Life and style, Communities, Society, UK News, Food & Drink, Indian food and drink, Delhi, India Club, Krishna Menon, Countess Mountbatten, Jawaharlal Nehru India, Foreign Correspondents ' Club The


New Starbucks policy: No purchase needed to sit in its cafes

NEW YORK (AP) — Starbucks is announcing a new policy that allows anyone to sit in its cafes or use its restrooms, even if they don’t buy anything. The new policy comes five weeks after two black men who hadn’t bought anything were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. Company executives have said its previous policies […]
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Sons of immigrants prop up a symbol of ‘Frenchness’: the baguette

There are few things more closely associated with France than the baguette, that long crusty stick that announces its nationality like no other bread. Mahmoud M’seddi is this year’s winner of the Grand Prize for Best Parisian Baguette. His ‘Frenchness’ is not in question.
Tags: News, France, Food & Drink, Nation & World, Mahmoud M'seddi