Latest Fish sauce Stories

2009-09-24 15:31:22

Authorities said a woman was arrested in Georgia for allegedly trying to smuggle live endangered fish from Vietnam in bottles of fish sauce. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said inspectors at the Atlanta Jackson Hartsfield International Airport searched the boxes being carried by Bich Phuong Truong Phan of Charlotte, N.C., on her return trip to Charlotte from Vietnam and discovered two bottles appearing to contain fermented fish in fish sauce or paste each also held a live Asian bonytongue...

2009-06-05 15:30:30

Authorities in Bangkok said vendors at an outdoor market hurled fish-powered homemade stink bombs to ward off redevelopment workers and police. Police said the incident began Thursday when about 100 vendors from the Klong Toey market attempted to prevent Legal Profession Co. redevelopers from setting up temporary tents to replace the market's usual stalls, the Bangkok Post reported Friday. The vendors fear evictions could result from the redevelopment after the Port Authority of Thailand,...

2009-04-13 09:57:53

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the recall of all Mrs. Grissom's- and Grace's HomeStyle-brand cheese spread and dips due to a labeling error. Company officials said the Worcestershire sauce used in the products contains undeclared anchovies, posing a health risk to people allergic to fish. The products were distributed through retail grocery and dollar stores in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and West Virginia. Consumers with questions regarding...

2008-08-04 09:00:31

By Martha Stewart New York Times Special Features Dear Martha: Why does baking often seem more difficult in summertime? A: When it's hot outside, chances are it's hot in your kitchen, too. This spike in the mercury can wreak all sorts of havoc on baking. Ingredients such as butter and chocolate chips can melt prematurely and combine poorly with other ingredients. Softened dough spreads out on baking sheets, resulting in flat, ill-formed cookies. Pie crusts are more difficult to shape and...

2005-11-09 08:15:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL -- Take a cabbage. Pack it in a large clay pot with garlic, ginger, fish sauce and fiery red peppers. Add some other goodies and let it ferment. What do you get? The pungent Korean dish called kimchi -- and a scare about parasite eggs that has ignited a trade dispute between two of Asia's largest economies. Kimchi is served at almost every meal and made in most homes. But increasing imports of the spicy cabbage from China have raised a ruckus about a foreign country...

2005-05-25 14:53:40

ROME -- Sauces made from fermented fish entrails. A delicious quiche-like pastry shell filled with bay leaves and ricotta cheese. For dessert, peaches with aromatic cumin and honey. Those tastes may not be for everyone's palate, but the specialties of ancient Pompeii are being revived for a month at the site of the ruins by a research project intended to give new insights into how the Romans lived. Pompeii's busiest restaurant was buried with the rest of the prosperous city when Mount...

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