Meat Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. BIF looks toward a more efficient and profitable beef industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Western Livestock Journal

    Over 600 producers, industry personnel and academics recently met in Manhattan, KS, for the annual Beef Improvement Federation Research Symposium and Convention. The theme for the convention focused on increasing the profitability and efficiency of the beef system starting with the consumer and working back to the cow/calf unit.


  2. Cash cattle flirt with Q4 2015 lowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Western Livestock Journal

    The sky was falling last week as cash fed cattle and futures set new lows. But the big question was: Did we hit bottom or is there still a ways to go yet? The jury was out on that.


  3. Curtis Stone dishes on Gwen, his new butcher's shop and restaurant opening soon in HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Los Angeles Times

    Chef Curtis Stone hefts a piece of meat in the backyard behind his test kitchen in Beverly Hills. If you've spent a lot of time at Curtis Stone's Beverly Hills restaurant Maude , which each month structures its menu around a particular ingredient, usually a perfectly sourced vegetable or fruit, you might be surprised at the focus of his new project, Gwen.


  4. New recalls: Chicken nuggets, peas, sunflower seeds, frozen fish, protein shakes -- why so many?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 |

    The pace of food product recalls quickened again this week with the flagging of three new products - certain brands of frozen chicken nuggets, protein shakes and frozen fish fillets -- and expanded notifications for recalls already in progress for frozen peas, sunflower seeds, chicken patties, and more. Why so many recalls? Check out this interview with a leading food safety lawyer who talks about the effectiveness of newer genome technology in detecting contamination, and the willingness of the industry to learn from it.


  5. I Survived EDC Vegas on Bulletproof Coffee and Vitamin SupplementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | LA Weekly

    I never thought I would be raving at the age of 46. But there I was, Monday morning 5:00 a.m. with over 100,000 revelers at EDC Vegas, doing the "Running Man" dance at 200 beats-per-minute to the sonic onslaught of DJ Angerfist. For EDC this year, I over-committed.


  6. Everest Spice on Athenaeum StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    ... so much we fed Daniel junior when he arrived back from getting his hair cut. The value is remarkable. High points? The meat in every dish was moist and in big bite-sized chunks - I was particularly impressed with the chicken tikka starter which was ...


  7. What to Eat this Weekend: Brunch with live musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Charleston City Paper

    There are plenty of spots to grab weekend brunch in Charleston and just as many places offering live music, but few that combine the two. We've rounded up some of the best places in the city to chow down on brunch favorites, sip mimosas, and jam to your favorite tunes.


  8. Study: Customers still singing 'ode to the sandwich'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Pizza Marketplace

    The popularity of the sandwich isn't slowing down, according to Technavio analysts, who recently predicted the global sandwich market will exceed $9 billion by 2020. A Technavio research study discusses the present scenario and growth prospects of the global sandwiches market for 2016-2020, and cites fresh sandwiches and pre-packaged sandwiches as the two major product segments.


  9. Moscow Restaurants: News & OpeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | The St. Petersburg Times

    ... is the latest project from the owners of the hugely popular Khachapuri chain. The menu provides for both veggies and meat lovers. There are four types of tagine to sample: chicken with pickled lemon, lamb with figs, fish with roast pepper and mixed ...


  10. Farm-to-Market Report: June 25-26Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | D Magazine

    Take a cooking class or get in your grocery shopping at one of North Texas' vibrant farmers markets this weekend. Pastry chef Joe Baker will share his unique cake-glazing skills through a demonstration at 10 a.m. There will be samples and recipes for those in attendance.


  11. The 7 Best City GrillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | New York Magazine

    Weve found the perfect grills for the roof, fire escape, nearby patch of grass, or wherever your summer face-stuffing may take you. When it comes to grilling in New York, there are a few things to contend with: our strict laws, which state that grills must stand ten feet away from anything flammable and the fact that no one has any outdoor space.


  12. Kansas farmers dealing with net farm income decreaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Hays Daily News

    Average net farm income in Kansas plummeted to $4,568 in 2015 or less than 5 percent of the previous year's average of $128,731, according to annual Kansas Farm Management Association member data. The 2015 level was the lowest average level of nominal net farm income since 1985.


  13. Skinny-burgers-featureRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2016 | Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

    The Original Skinny Burgers by Gold & Masters, Bronx, New York, are said to contain 25% fewer calories, 40% less fat, 33% less saturated fat and 10% more protein than conventional 80/20 beef burgers. Developed from a patent-pending process using a blend of chicken and 100% USDA grass-fed beef chuck and brisket raised without antibiotics and no added hormones , The Original Skinny Burgers are also certified gluten-free and paleo-friendly certified.


  14. Tasty eats on tap at Old Ivy BreweryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | The Columbian

    Why: The Old Ivy Brewery & Taproom, next door to By the Bottle, offers casual dining to accompany house-made and guest brews on tap in downtown Vancouver. What I tried: I had a bowl of the house-made chili and a mixed green salad, and my dining companion had the MooOink burger and a bowl of the daily soup, which was chicken taco.


  15. Swadlincote's top 10 restaurants according to TripAdvisorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Burton Mail

    ... The menu is very extensive packed with so many different styles of burgers, hotdogs and main dishes including meat loaf, gammon steak and loads more! Portion sizes for adult main meals is huge!!! Even the biggest of appetites will be sufficiently ...


  16. Trisha's 5-Star Broccoli SaladRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Food Network

    He bastes the skewers while they're cooking on the grill so the barbecue sauce caramelizes right on the chicken and pineapple chunks. Red and yellow grape tomatoes are the star of this two-bite appetizer.


  17. Bison BoatsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Bangor Daily News

    ... days later, I ordered a bison burger, rare, and finally understood what all the fuss was about. Bison is a very lean meat, so it's important not to overcook it. After tasting my first properly cooked bison burger, I fell in love with this incredibly ...


  18. Euro 2016: Top teams, top cuisine and the occasional cheat mealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | The Straits Times

    ... pitta breads for Wayne Rooney and Co. to enjoy. And they can tuck in to salads made from organic produce and only white meat will be served during the day while red meat, which takes longer to digest, will be served during dinner. Tea time will see ...


  19. Where's the Best Steak in Illinois?Read the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Illinois Farm Bureau

    Do you have a longtime favorite restaurant that serves a great steak, or did you recently find a spot in Illinois where you tasted a cut of beef that was out of this world? The IBA is on a "Quest for Illinois' Best Steak!" And they want you to help by nominating a restaurant or food service establishment that serves what you consider to be the best steak in the state. Go to the IBA website to enter or for more information about the Quest for the Best Steak Contest.


  20. lyonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | SportsNewsIreland

    There are thousands of super Ireland supporters making their way to Lyon for the match against France, so here is some handy travel information. You know when the GAA delay the Leinster Senior Football Championship semi-finals, something serious is afoot.