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2008-09-11 18:00:25

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- From weeknight dinners to entertaining at home, Whole Foods Market , the leading natural and organic foods supermarket, serves up tips and recommendations on how to get the most quality, flavor and value from its meat department. "Shopping for value meat cuts, buying family packs and consulting Whole Foods Market's in-house butchers are easy, wallet-smart strategies to keep meat on the menu, despite the nation's rising food costs," says Theo...

2008-09-10 18:00:22

A SPIRITED sorbet created by a former miner who resurfaced as a luxury dessert maker after 22 years at the coal face, has been crowned Supreme Champion in the Oscars of the food world. Beckleberry's blackcurrant and kirsch sorbet has taken the top spot in the Great Taste Awards. It is the second time in three years that the North East has produced a supreme winner in the competition organised by the Guild of Fine Food, with Darlington-based Burtree Farm taking the title in 2005 for...

2008-09-01 00:03:40

By Claire Beale ON ADVERTISING After an August in which almost the entire ad industry turned off the lights and headed for the sun, it's back-to-school time for adland this week. Expensive tans are wearing new season Mad Men suits (now even clients are sporting T-shirts it's time for the creative industries to rediscover style), conversations are "Nudge"d by the latest industry buzz book (the essential beach read and more of which later), BlackBerrys are fired up to take party season...

2008-08-28 03:00:40

By BEVERLEY LYONS AND LAURA SUTHERLAND WELSH rarebit Duffy hasn't grown too grand to eat in a greasy spoon despite spending 25 consecutive weeks inside the Top 4 with her debut album Rockferry. The Warwick Avenue singer was seen sneaking into the London cafe with a male friend. Perhaps we'll be able to tempt her with a deep fried Mars bar when she plays Hydro Connect Festival at Inveraray on Sunday. (c) 2008 Daily Record; Glasgow (UK). Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.

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2008-08-27 14:05:00

A controversial new TV advertisement showing young children eating hot dogs suggests a link between processed meats and a higher chance of developing colon cancer. The commercial shows kids eating hot dogs in a school cafeteria and one little boy's ominous statement: "I was dumbfounded when the doctor told me I have late-stage colon cancer."Some are saying the ad vilifies one of America's most beloved, if maligned, foods, while stoking fears about a dreaded disease.However, the three kids in...

2008-08-27 03:00:43

By Bainbridge, Jane Baked beans remain the stalwart of a sector that continues to return a steady rate of growth. By Jane Bainbridge It seems that beans on toast has held its own as a quintessential British comfort food. According to TGI, 90% of adults have eaten baked beans during the past 12 months, and this simple fare is beloved by children, students and parents alike, with an appeal that spans generations, thanks to its tasty, cheap nutritious content. Despite the universal appeal of...

2008-08-27 00:00:24

By CAROL RINI School's back in session, and even though it's August and the daytime temperatures are in the 80s, change is in the air. With high school-age children, I'm not as tied down as I was when they were younger. And even though they don't "need" me anymore, I still logged 16 incoming calls from them on a recent summer day. And eight text messages. And I was home most of the day. So with my newfound freedom, it's time to start a fall to-do list, which looks suspiciously...

2008-08-24 00:00:27

I t IS what you do with them that matters, is something I hear frequently when chefs and growers talk about potatoes. For most of us, a potato is something to be boiled, baked, roasted or made into chips and crisps. For the past 50 years or so we have taken its versatility for granted, yet it was, and still is, an important part of our diet. During the summer the new potato usually appears on our tables lightly boiled or steamed, dressed with lashings of butter, a sprinkling of sea salt and...

2008-08-17 18:00:34

By robin johnson A Low-fat crisp manufacturer in Derbyshire is taking the bite out of the credit crunch after expanding into Japan where its products are going down a storm. Crips, made by Ingleby-based firm Marbran, are flying off the shelves in the Far East, just a month after the company started exporting to the region. Last month, the company sent over its first consignment of 30,000 packs of the low-fat snack to Japan - and within weeks they had sold out. Now, the firm has sent...

2008-08-17 18:00:23

By ROOKES, Felicity WHITEBAITERS will hit the rivers and streams today as the season officially opens in Taranaki -- though some have made an early start. "We've already had a couple of reports of early fishing on some rivers in Taranaki," Department of Conservation biodiversity ranger Bryan Williams said. "The rules are there to protect the species and most whitebaiters appreciate this." The regulations are set to allow a percentage of whitebait to migrate up streams to their breeding...


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2007-06-24 19:22:57

The Haddock or Offshore Hake is a marine fish distributed on both sides of the North Atlantic. Haddock is a popular food fish, widely fished commercially. The Haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side, not to be confused with Pollock which has the reverse (white line on black side), and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a "thumbprint" or even the "Devil's thumbprint" or "St. Peter's mark". Haddock is most...

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