Food and Eating

Food and Eating

  • Chef Erling Wu-Bower's Louisiana Roots Garden & Gun June 6, 2021 4:48 am Louisiana State News.Net photo: Peter Frank Edwards Galatoire’s fried soft-shell crabs;chef Erling Wu-Bower checks his fish stock; speckled trout comes aboard. It’s a bit of an improvisational performance tonight. For starters, Erling Wu-Bower is a long way from Chicago, where his …
  • New business helping customers amp up their next picnic in the park June 2, 2021 9:57 pm WBOY-TV 12 - West Virginia FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The typical backyard picnic just got a makeover. Chelsea Westfall is the owner and creator of Picture Perfect Picnics that offers luxury picnics for all occasions. “I got to turn my hobby into a reality and an actual business that I …
  • Maine Voices- How do we fix our broken food system? Invest in local organic farms May 20, 2021 8:00 am Big News Network - Maine News Over the past year there have been numerous examples of how the current food system in the United States has failed us in the face of a pandemic. Empty store shelves, virus outbreaks at processing facilities and wasted food while many go hungry are just a …
  • Is it a Restaurant, or a Bank? May 16, 2021 6:25 pm Utah State News.Net My 4-year-old isn’t the only one who gets excited when he sees an excavator and construction equipment breaking ground on a new business. And it’s not just because we get to see the big machinery in action, although that is pretty cool.  No, the …
  • Mardi to expand R&D at its plant factory May 15, 2021 4:09 am The Sun Daily SERDANG: The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (Mardi) is set to expand research and development (R&D) at its plant factory on several aspects such as energy efficiency and alternative energy, mechanisation and the Internet of …
  • Real Estate Market in Phuket: Pros & Cons May 14, 2021 6:31 pm Phuket News Many people may consider spending some years or even the rest of their lives in another country with better weather and cheaper prices. Especially elderly people often choose to go to south east asia to enjoy their retirement but also young opportunistic …
  • Have outdoor dining options become a permanent consideration for Baton Rouge restaurants? May 3, 2021 10:48 pm Louisiana State News.Net When SoLou took over the former Rum House location, the outdoor bar was cleared out for additional patio seating. Photo by Ariana Allison. By Maggie Heyn Richardson May 3, 2021 As they were planning their new restaurant, SoLou, which opened on Perkins Road …
  • Who is getting COVID-19 in Oregons fourth surge? May 2, 2021 1:00 pm Oregon State News.Net Northeast Portland resident Dmitriy Blashishin replays the days of March over and over, searching for an answer to a question that has weighed heavy on his mind: Just how did he get COVID-19? Was it the playground he brought his 19-month-old son to daily, …
  • Food: Gardener and food writer Mark Diacono talks herbs and how to do them justice April 27, 2021 8:00 am The Herald (Scotland) "We don't need herbs," says Mark Diacono, a man who has just written an entire cookbook about them. He goes on to call them "unnecessary" and adds, quite heartlessly, that "we can perfectly merrily eat for the rest of our lives …
  • Choose difficult & make it easy :: Dr Sumedha Kushwaha April 17, 2021 7:28 am E-Pao Choose difficult and make it easy Dr Sumedha Kushwaha * This week on 7th April, we celebrated World Health Day, globally. This day is celebrated to create awareness about health and wellbeing among people around the world. The COVID pandemic has taught us …
  • Today’s Special: Kenia’s Steak & Cheese Sub March 25, 2021 12:47 am New Haven Independent - Connecticut Kenia Calderon slathered Italian bread with mayonnaise and layered on lettuce and tomatoes. She slung sliced ribeye steak, onions, and cheese onto a grill. She gently transferred the sizzling ingredients onto the sub. Calderon then wrapped up one of New …
  • Ninety-five homebound Guilderland residents will get J&J vaccination March 19, 2021 1:18 am Altamont Enterprise - New York ALBANY COUNTY — The county has given Guilderland Emergency Medical Services 95 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to be administered to homebound residents. On Monday, Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy had said the county was getting 500 …
  • Growth & Jobs | How to save more of your income in a pandemic March 17, 2021 2:43 am The Gleaner One year into the COVID-19 global pandemic and Marcia Williams* has already seen positive changes in the amount she has been able to save from her pay cheque each month. “Before the pandemic, I was barely making ends meet. After I paid my bills, shop for …
  • Montana woman's life course altered by COVID as state marks year of pandemic & Regional March 17, 2021 12:19 am Montana State News.Net Being a female firefighter is not necessarily easy, but Lea Bossler was blazing her career path. “You have to work really hard to make it a livelihood that's not just seasonal employment here and there,” Bossler said in a recent interview. “I’d gotten …
  • Corn resistance to insect pests focus of Texas A&M study March 10, 2021 1:16 pm Farm Progress Two researchers in Texas A&M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have received a $499,865 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food and Agriculture to study corn resistance mechanisms against the fall …
  • Own a bird feeder in Utah? Remove it to avoid salmonella outbreak March 9, 2021 6:01 pm Utah State News.Net SALT LAKE CITY — A salmonella outbreak has led the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to ask residents who own bird feeders to remove them temporarily. An increased number of reports of sick and dead songbirds in northern Utah have been received following …
  • Interview: Rachel Atherton on Her Pregnancy & Plans for the Future February 26, 2021 9:24 pm Pink Bike Once in a while, we are reminded that the mountain bike athletes we love to watch are also so much more than that. After Rachel Atherton announced her pregnancy on Instagram, we wanted to know more about Rachel Atherton the future mother, rather than just …
  • Three-course meal to go? Thats one of the options during this years Maine Restaurant Week February 22, 2021 9:00 am Big News Network - Maine News Maine Restaurant Week will be more of a moveable feast this year. MAINE RESTAURANT WEEK WHEN: March 1-12 WHAT: Restaurants all over Maine offering special dinners or dishes either for spaced indoor dining, outdoor dining or takeout. Many upscale …
  • Will strategy or ideology decide the future of Pakistan occupied Kashmir? - Livemint February 6, 2021 9:51 am Pakistan News.net Nayana Kathpalia has lived across the road from south Mumbai’s iconic Oval Maidan since the day she was born. Over time, from the window she still sits at, the 77-year-old watched it transform from a recreational ground into a dump for construction debris …
  • I’m A Food Writer And I Lost My Sense Of Taste To COVID-19 February 2, 2021 10:45 am HuffPost Illustration: Damon Dahlen/HuffPost; Photos: GettyIt’s not unusual for human beings to forge strong emotional connections to food. We all know that feeling of satisfaction or pleasant nostalgia when we take a bite of our favorite dish or partake in the …