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45 min ago | LA Daily News
Playa Vista describes itself as “a New Urban Community on the Westside.” A friend who lives there calls it “Pleasantville by the Sea,” which would seem to be a cheery sobriquet, until you realize that my friend has a darkly mordant sense of humor.
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2 hrs ago | SFGate
British Prime Minister David Cameron was in China for the past three days for a trip that has seen some controversial moments .
2 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
The true test of good barbecue should come well after the meal, when you get home and your hair and coat smell like you just came from sitting around a campfire.
4 hrs ago | The Star Online
Parties thrown by my parents during the holidays included cute, tiny finger sandwiches made with cream cheese and olives, a platter of a perfectly molded shrimp paste, celery sticks stuffed with chicken and tuna salad and gelatin salads made in every color of the rainbow.
7 hrs ago | KIXQ-FM Joplin
A Carthage meat processor is recalling over 1400 pounds of beef and pork products that may be contaminated with E. coli.
8 hrs ago | WKYC-TV Cleveland
A new law requires meat to be labeled where it came from, but are local stores following the new rules? A new law requires beef, poultry, and pork to be labeled with which country the meat came from, so that consumers can make an informed decisions.
Few dishes have a way of pleasing taste buds and gathering the family together like comfort foods.
No matter how many recipes are online, people still want printed cookbooks to hold, to flip through and to search for inspiration.
Right when Thanksgiving ends, the holiday season begins at The Meat House in Avon.
One of New Zealand's leading food manufacturers has created a new range of meat products for kids with a view to securing the all important children's meal market share.
Liz Gibson parades Blue Stone Flo while Anton Gibson holds calf Blue Stone Jackie during beef cattle judging at the Canterbury A and P Show in Christchurch.
When you hear the phrase "celebrity chef," you usually think of buttery, rich calorie catastrophes.
Enough meat to feed a family for an entire year- that's how much beef a farmer said he lost when someone slaughtered one of his cows and left it dead on his property.
One of the injured sows at Blythburgh, owned by Jimmy Butler, of Blythburgh Free Range Pork, which have been shot with a crossbow.
Meat scientist Gregg Rentfrow and Meat Lab manager Ryan Chaplin at the UK Meat Shop.
You know, ten bucks is a lot for a hamburger. Especially from a fast food joint.
An independent inquiry is being launched to check the safety of donor blood amid fears of infection from the human form of "mad cow disease".