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BUCKLEY & BILDNER: Yale is digging in

Food cannot be something we only think about at Yale when we step into a dining hall or swipe through Durfee’s.

Food shortages could be most critical world issue by mid-century

The world is less than 40 years away from a food shortage that will have serious implications for people and governments, according to a top scientist at the U.S. Agency for International Development. "For the first time in human history, food production will be limited on a global scale by the availability of land, water and energy," said Dr. Fred Davies, senior science advisor for the agency's ...

Spice up your spring lamb

After months of being cooped up cooking indoors, it’s no surprise that Mark Sargeant, restaurant owner and a former head chef for Gordon Ramsay, is pleased that spring has finally sprung.

Pick up a menu and help fight HIV/AIDS

Dining out at select Vancouver Island restaurants on April 24 will mean a lot to those working with some of the region's most marginalized people. That day, 75 restaurants will be taking part in Dining Out For Life, a major annual fundraiser for AIDS Vancouver Island.

DINING: Special menus enliven Easter brunch offerings

If you’re just starting to think about Easter brunch, it might be time to order in. Outside of Mother’s Day, no day calls for Sunday brunch quite like Easter.

Cooking Class with Chef Ivan Flowers: Lesson Seven

Last week we learned how to make a scampi sauce and lots of sauces that could be made from that technique. This week we will continue with sauces and you will learn how to make a beurre blanc. read more

Food stamps: why recipients are haunted by stigmas and misconceptions

One in seven Americans receive food stamps, but misconceptions abound. We ask Snap workers in Alabama and Texas about the challenges they face, and the most enduring myths Continue reading...

7 Signs the Young Swimmer Isn’t Eating Enough Food

Food is fuel. Just like a car needs fuel to operate, so does the body. Without enough food, changes happen in the body affecting a number of daily functions, including athletic performance. Young swimmers may be at risk for under-eating or poor eating.

NAR Gourmet Wins Gold Award at the 2014 New York International Olive Oil Competition

NAR Gourmet’s naturally grown and traditionally crafted olive oil has earned the prestigious Gold Award at the 2014 New York International Olive Oil Competition . The NYIOOC is known as one of the most important olive oil award gatherings in the world and over the course of four days, an esteemed international panel of expert tasters evaluated a collection of 651 oils from 25 countries among 24 ...

Springfield Firefighters Respond to 3 Cooking Fires in 1.5-Hour Time Span

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield Fire Department had a busy night responding to three cooking fires, all occurring at apartments in an hour-and-a-half time span, Wednesday night. According to Springfield Fire Department’s Cara Erwin, the first fire occurred around 7 p.m. when a tenant was heating oil on a stove and it caught fire. The tenant threw water on the oil, causing the fire to spread ...

How to Cope With Food Allergies

A food allergy can negatively affect your health. It occurs when an individual is exposed to a particular food. The first time you eat the offending food, your immune system creates disease-fighting antibodies. When you eat the food again, your body treats it as a foreign invader and attempts to get rid of it.

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Bloomin' Brands, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Ruth's Hospitality Group, Tyson Foods ...

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Bloomin' Brands, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Ruth's Hospitality Group, Tyson Foods and McDonald's

Wine: make the most of the January sales

Think twice before loading up on cheap rosé or mixed cases You may not be drinking in January, but is it a good time to buy wine? Wine merchants have sales just like other retailers, but does it make sense to buy older stock? There are two main types of offer. One is a discount on a particular line, where the shop has plenty of stock and wants to clear it for the next vintage. Stores find it ...

Tetra Pak Now Putting Wine In Cartons

Premium wine producers are seeing the advantages of cartons over glass.

Wine And Beer Myth Debunked: Wine Isn't Healthier Than Beer After All

Would you rather have a glass of Chardonnay or a pint of Guinness? According to a new study, most of us wrongly believe wine is healthier than beer . A survey of 1,000 adults for the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) revealed that two-thirds thought drinking wine was the most healthy, compared with just 13% for beer. See Also: Four Beers to Try If You Don't Like Beer What's Worse For You: Wine Or ...

Country Style Cooking Restaurant Chain Files Annual Report on Form 20-F

CHONGQING, China, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Country Style Cooking Restaurant Chain Co., Ltd (NYSE: CCSC) ("Country Style Cooking" or the "Company"), a fast-growing quick service ...

Grand Falls-Windsor native wins national cooking competition

Rodney Bowers named Marilyn Denis Show’s Next Cooking Expert

Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt Launches Greek Frozen Yogurt Featuring An In-Store Toga Party

Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt, a successful and innovative self-serve franchise, recently announced the addition of Greek frozen yogurt to their stores.


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The 10 Fastest Rising Food Prices

Food prices at the grocery store are up, following an increase in production costs and wholesale prices. In March, retail food prices rose 0.4% from the preceding month, matching February’s increase. These ...

Gen Y spends most on gourmet food

Suncorp's Foodie Nation report found gen-Y foodies are spending the most on gourmet produce.

Majestic Wine shares slide after profits warning

Wine specialist says 'the consumer went very quiet indeed' after Christmas and expects subdued growth in 2015 too Majestic Wine has surprised markets with a profits warning after a slowdown in consumer spending took the fizz out of its sales. The news sent its shares tumbling nearly 20%. Its chief executive, Steve Lewis, said: "Christmas went pretty well, but immediately Christmas finished the ...

Wine Talk: When in Beaune

Inside the largely intact ramparts of this relatively sleepy village of 20,000, there are four restaurants with at least one Michelin star. Outside the city walls there are several more.

Dining in St. Petersburg Takes a Celebrity Turn During Top Chef Competition

From Gordon Ramsay to Jamie Oliver, celebrity chefs have long captured the public's attention and imagination. But as the Top Chef of Tampa Bay competition proved on March 31, 2014, there's plenty of culinary ...

PAM Cooking Spray Introduces Coconut Oil Spray with Superior No-Stick Performance

Coconut oil has quickly become a must-have ingredient in kitchens across the country, with retailers seeing a 295 percent increase in coconut oil spray volumes last year1. PAM® Cooking Spray, the leader in non-stick cooking sprays and a brand of ConAgra Foods, Inc.

Dining in the Dark adds blindfolded twist to pop-up trend

Pop-up restaurants are all the rage in Metro Detroit lately, and the foodie's fascination gets kicked up a notch with Dining in the Dark, a blindfolded, three-course culinary event.

Fresh Food Retailer Coop Switzerland Roll Out Reflexis Task Manager in Multiple Banners

Fresh Food retailer Coop, who are the largest retail group in Switzerland, have rolled out Reflexis Task Manager™ to its stores. The Reflexis web based solution has enabled Coop to

Dining Services Director Position to be Filled, Interim Director has Big Plans

A new interim director of dining services will replace Michelle Bryant-Jones after she left her position with little notice early this semester. Nate Haugh, operations director in the office of student affairs, was next in line to fill the gap in leadership.

Food Diagnostic Systems Market worth $10 Billion by 2019

DALLAS, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The report "Food Diagnostics Systems Market [By Type (Hybridization, Chromatography, Spectrometry, Biosensor, Immunoassay, Testing Kit)], Consumables Market ...

Food bank users in Britain triple to 900,000

The number of people in Britain using food banks has nearly tripled to more than 900,000 over the past 12 months, according to a shock report on Wednesday from food bank operator Trussell Trust. Some 40 bishops and over 600 other church leaders from around Britain have signed an open letter calling for urgent government action on food poverty. "With benefit changes (and) poverty wages leaving ...

Sir Alex wine auction may make £3m

A sale of part of Sir Alex Ferguson's wine collection may make £3m, an auction house estimates.

How home cooked meals can be unhealthy

Healthy home cooking tips A home cooked meal on its own isn't the problem. It's all th...

Wine sales to China plummet

LATEST figures on Australia's wine export performance show a steep 12 per cent decline in sales to China.

Dining Beautifully

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Formal dining has been elaborately mentioned in stories as old as Homer's Odyssey and the Illiad where kings and aristocrats were depicted dining with gold or silver utensils.

Wine specials this week

ONGOINGPalm Beach First-Growth Wine Club, once a month, members meet at a Palm Beach restaurant and split the cost of a first-growth wine and share a meal.

Penfolds Grange 1959: truly a wine to remember

The wine that undid Barry O'Farrell is a powerful, pulsing wave that assaults the senses and will now leave the former NSW premier with an almighty hangover Continue reading...

Dining with royalty: Choosing character breakfasts in Disney World

Dining with a princess or a mouse (Mickey, of course) is all the rage in Disney World — but there are so many character breakfasts to choose from that it can get overwhelming.

Rising food, housing costs push up U.S. inflation

* Food, shelter costs account for much of the increase WASHINGTON, April 15 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices firmed a bit in March, as food and housing rental costs rose in a possible sign that a disinflationary trend had run its course. The increase should allay concerns among some Federal Reserve officials that inflation was running too low, although the rise was mild enough to suggest the ...

4 Lamb Recipes, Plus Lamb Cooking Tips

With the weather getting warmer, Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst is thinking lamb. She shares recipes for Middle Eastern-style lamb meatballs and more.

Food prices push inflation up, limit RBI's room to act

Rising food prices drove inflation in India up more than expected in March, reversing a slowdown and leaving the RBI with less room to support the economy amid fresh signs of slowing growth. The pick-up in inflation, coupled with a slump in industrial output and merchandise exports and the risk of less-than-normal monsoon rains this summer, also calls into question assumptions that the worst is ...
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