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  1. After mild first pig-hunting season, San Jose set to make law permanentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Inside Bay Area

    It looks like pig-killing season will continue for good in San Jose, though don't expect to see locals going on any shooting sprees throughout suburbia. With one of the newest and seemingly most-out-of-place laws in the capital of high-tech country set to expire, the San Jose City Council is expected to vote Tuesday to keep a temporary ordinance allowing home and business owners to have wild pigs that are tearing up their property trapped and shot.


  2. Ron Mackenna: Ox and Finch, 920 Sauchiehall Street, GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    Or that lumps of feta cheese of all things would turn into delicious salty, savoury nuggets in a dish of chick pea and harrissa? A Saturday night out, then, with the world slipping and slithering to a halt outside, with roads a-closing, cars a-spinning and yet so many people in here, packed in booths, squeezed round tables, filling the warmly lit room with the hubbub of conversation. Clearly the Met Office yellow warning has had zero effect.


  3. Industry must increase BSE testingRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Western Producer

    Canada has had a mandated BSE testing target of 30,000 head a year ever since it began its surveillance program for the cattle disease.a It's important to keep meeting these targets because the country could potentially reduce its BSE risk status from "controlled" to "negligible" this year. a This may not seem important to producers, considering the current market situation, but changing the risk status has some long-term positive ramifications.


  4. Dan Medeiros - Dine Out: Offbeat dishes are key to sports pub's appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 |

    ... tends to be lean. My wife enjoyed her beef, which was well prepared and topped with a pungent bleu cheese crust. The meat was tender and juicy. My daughter turned up her nose at the hot dog and went for the fries on the side, having apparently not ...


  5. Gail Ciampa: Creative ways to explore the oft-maligned cauliflowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Cape Cod Times

    ... 1 pound ground chicken with 2 tablespoons fermented tamari sauce and marinate for 30 minutes in the fridge. Cook the meat thoroughly in a skillet, breaking it into small pieces with the back of a spoon, then mix it in with the cauliflower before ...


  6. Healthy Aging: Whether supper or dinner, it's best eaten togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 |

    ... '60s, our family would sit around a Formica kitchen table eating supper together. The meal was composed of a little meat, a lot of potatoes and seasonal vegetables. In the summer, it was leaf lettuce fresh from the garden drizzled with white vinegar ...


  7. 'Love Your Leftovers' has100 recipes for using extrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Cape Cod Times

    You throw them out? I ask. You know you can repurpose that into another dish for another meal, right? That chicken carcass can yield a broth that will make you pass the canned aisle for the rest of your life.


  8. Food Labels, Fair Advertising & Economy for MajorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Kos

    But then the Corn Refiners Association changed the name to "fructose." 1 And now General Mills is not only disingenuously hiding their corn syrup behind this innocuous alias -- the company is bragging that it's products don't contain any! The CREDO petition asks the company to stop printing that claim on its products.


  9. 17 Sauces for Chicken WingsRead the original story

    Saturday | Food & Wine

    Whether you go the classic buttery hot-sauce route or the sticky fruit-glazed or Asian-sauced route, hot wings are the ultimate messy finger food. Here are 17 ways to sauce and crust your chicken wings.


  10. Smoked Hog: Primary Rival Preview of ArkansasRead the original story

    Saturday | Rock M Nation

    A curious outbreak of #SECBasketball has infected our Missouri Tigers. What better way to get them out of a funk than some home cooking of deliciously wonderfully tasty pig? Who's ready to renew the Battle Line Rivalry, this time in Basketball?! I know Sam and I are! We hope you are too! Mizzou enters today's game with our new SEC sanctioned permanent rival Arkansas sitting at 7-11 and 1-4 in conference, good enough for a share of last place with South Carolina and Vanderbilt.


  11. Fueled by oil, agriculture sector welcomes low diesel pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Cybercast News Service

    The recent plunge in fuel prices have been a welcome relief across the agricultural sector, helping ease the pain of low grain prices for growers and boosting profits for cattle ranchers. Livestock producers in the Midwest and vegetable growers in the Sun Belt alike are reaping the immediate benefits.


  12. Meal-delivery company delivers at-home 'restaurant crawl'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Greenwich Citizen

    It's no secret that eating restaurant-prepared meals and eating healthy don't always go hand in hand, but one local business is working to change that by giving customers access to local chefs and nutritious food all with a click of the mouse. In the past three years, Power Supply has prepared more than 600,000 Paleo-inspired and vegetarian meals for time-strapped and health-conscious Washingtonians.


  13. Cardiff, Wales' Best Restaurant Is Located In a PrisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    Opened just over two years ago, The Clink Cymru, which is operated by 30 category D prisoners, recently beat out 950 other establishments in Cardiff, Wales, when it assumed the number one position in TripAdvisor's Popularity Index for the locality. Designed to help prisoners develop skills that can be put to use once they reintegrate with society, the restaurant also seeks to highlight locally grown Wales produce.


  14. Thai chicken lettuce wrapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WMUR-TV Manchester



  15. LaBan: More than meat at Kensington QuartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    Dinner Sunday through Thursday, 5-10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, until 11 p.m. Butcher shop open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, until 6 p.m. Fishtown puts its best hooves forward with a unique hybrid concept pairing a whole-animal sustainable-meat butcher shop with a restaurant kitchen, meat-cutting classroom, and bar in a stylishly converted industrial space. The upscale menu from chef Damon Menapace bolsters grass-fed meats and charcuterie with a spontaneous locavore approach, with potential to hit another level with more refinement, both in cooking and service.


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    Saturday | Plymouth Evening Herald

    This year's DCAA President, David Parish, receives the medal of office from last year's President, Sir Eric Dancer, KCVO, CBE, JP, the Lord Lieutenant of Devon David Parish, who with his wife Rita and other family members farms dairy cows and free-range chickens on around 500 acres at Mounstephen Farm, Uffculme, was recently elected president of the DCAA for 2015, with this year's Devon County Show being held from May 21 to 23. David, 70, has been a pillar of the Devon County Show for over 30 years. Starting as a Trade Stand Steward in 1984, he then transferred to the Works Office and, since 1999, has been a hugely popular and hands-on Honorary Show Director.


  17. Lets Do Lunch - The Boathouse, Widbrook, Bradford on Avon. Tel: 01225 309318. Web: www.boathouse.pubRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Swindon Advertiser

    This pub/restaurant was never renowned for its meals before - we used to go there to watch England play because it had a large bar and a widescreen TV - but food is definitely the focus of this revamped venue, which reopened under new ownership last year. Inside it couldn't be more different: cool blue walls, velvet chairs, distressed leather sofas and pale wood flooring.


  18. Shriners Hospital Patient of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Union Daily Times

    Photo submittedPadgett's Creek Baptist Church's Shriners Hospital Patient of the Year Cayden Shetley is pictured with Billy "Dude" Palmer, Pastor Carrol Caldwell, Shirley Palmer and Kensleigh Palmer. Rev. Carroll presented Cayden with a certificate honoring him as Shriner's Hospital Patient of the Year for Padgett's Creek Baptist Church.


  19. VIDEO: Inmates cook for hungry patrons at restaurant at Welsh prison in Cardiff.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | ABC News

    A restaurant located inside of a prison has been voted the best place to eat in Wales' capital, according to travelers who have dined there. Opened just over two years ago, The Clink Cymru , which is operated by 30 category D prisoners, recently beat out 950 other establishments in Cardiff, Wales, when it assumed the number one position in TripAdvisor's Popularity Index for the locality.


  20. Mike's Church ChickenRead the original story

    Saturday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Michele said her husband "inherited this recipe from the St. Mary kitchen crew ladies. We visited his family in Georgia last summer, and while there we cooked this meal for them.