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VILLNOSS, ITALY: THE NEWEST SLOW FOOD TRAVEL DESTINATION

VILLNOSS, ITALY: THE NEWEST SLOW FOOD TRAVEL DESTINATION

20 hours ago   |   Slow Food

On the 28th of May, Villnöss Valley will become the newest Slow Food Travel destination , the first in Alto Adige / Sud Tyrol province of Italy. Villnöss Valley (Val di Funes...
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A Quick Guide to the Regional Riffs of the Bloody Mary

A Quick Guide to the Regional Riffs of the Bloody Mary

1 day ago   |   Vine Pair

At its core, the Bloody Mary is an unpretentious cocktail made with a spiced tomato base, vodka, lemon juice, and salad-esque garnishes. It's one of life's straightforward...
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90 tons of bacon topping recalled because of metal pieces

3 days ago   |   Food Safety News

Smithfield Packaged Meats Corp. of Sioux Center, IA, is recalling 185,610 pounds of ready-to-eat bacon topping products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials...
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First signs that the executives may remove FSIS from remote controls

4 days ago   |   Food Safety News

It costs the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service more than $1 billion a year for close to 10,000 inspectors to provide their services at more than 6,200 locations where...
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EU court rules on Lithuanian Salmonella in chicken case

4 days ago   |   Food Safety News

A European court has ruled on a case involving how national authorities handle detection of Salmonella types in chicken meat that are not listed in EU regulation. The request...
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Cell-based meat and milk: wonders of modern food technology?

4 days ago   |   Food Politics

None of this stuff is on the market yet, which is good or bad depending on how you look on it. Maybe it's just me, but these in-the-works products seem weird beyond...
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Study finds high levels of AMR Salmonella in pork in Vietnam

5 days ago   |   Food Safety News

Researchers have highlighted high levels of drug resistant Salmonella in pork in Vietnam. Efforts were led by scientists at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine...
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Scathing report on meat packing industry v. public health

Scathing report on meat packing industry v. public health

5 days ago   |   Food Politics

Here's a report from a House Subcommitteethe on the behavior of the meat packing industry during the Trump Administration. The key findings: The Meatpacking Industry Had Notice...
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Amos Miller wants to fly on his own as civil action nears 6-year mark

7 days ago   |   Food Safety News

Amos Miller, the agribusinessman from Bird-In-Hand, PA, continues filing papers with the Eastern District Court of Pennsylvania. It's not known if the filings are taking him...
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NAMI petitions over ‘jerky' entry in FSIS Policy Book

10 days ago   |   Food Safety News

The North American Meat Institute has filed a petition with USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service requesting that FSIS delete the Moisture Protein Ration reference from the...
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Chicken Picatta

Chicken Picatta

A simple pan sauce made with capers, butter, white wine, chicken stock and lemon juice envelop chicken cutlets in the traditional Chicken Piccata recipe made in episode 101 of... Read more ...

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this video, makes juicier, more... Read more ...

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

This is a tasting from the end of my Italian Beer Bread episode where I have two of my grandchildren tasting the bread with me. This is my favorite tasting! I've never... Read more ...

Four deaths in Guatemala linked to contaminated shellfish

More than 30 people have fallen sick and four have died in Guatemala after eating shellfish. The National Commission for the Surveillance and Control of Red Tide in Guatemala... Read more ...

FDA provides new guidance to decrease pathogen growth in sprout seeds

The FDA has issued final guidance for those producing and using seeds for sprouting, partly because of a string of foodborne illness outbreaks stretching back more than two... Read more ...

E. coli O157 outbreak being investigated in Scotland

Public health officials in Scotland have reported an outbreak of E. coli O157 affecting children at a nursery. The NHS Borders Health Protection team said Cherrytrees nursery... Read more ...

Illicit slaughter operation in Idaho is target of investigation after...

A street on the northern edge of Idaho Falls, ID, looks like others without much going on. But a Florida-based Animal Recovery Mission says the quiet country road hides an... Read more ...

Baby Formula Shortage Reveals Gaps in Regulation and Reporting

The government has ordered more safeguards at an Abbott Nutrition plant. But the lack of reporting requirements and limited testing make it hard to monitor the deadly bacterium... Read more ...

The Best Deals From Target's Memorial Day Weekend Sale

The Best Deals From Target's Memorial Day Weekend Sale

The unofficial start of summer - aka Memorial Day Weekend - is almost upon us, and we're ready to celebrate. Whether you're getting together with friends and family or having a... Read more ...

What to eat now: A tartare that tastes of one thing - carrots

Jenn shares her recommendations for a vegetable-centric tartare at n/soto, scallop tostadas, cacio e pepe chicken wings and char siu ribs at Pearl River Deli. Read more ...

These five workers left restaurant jobs in the pandemic. Where are they now?

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a reckoning to restaurants as workers quit in droves. Some hoped to change the industry for the better. Did that happen? Read more ...

6 recipes for sweet onions that won't make you cry

Sweet onions are in season - enjoy their flavor without the tears Read more ...

Is It OK to Do Push-Ups Every Day?

Is It OK to Do Push-Ups Every Day?

In the gym, you can really only serve one master. Meaning, it's harder to succeed if you have more than one primary goal. Generally, strength-training objectives fall into a... Read more ...