Meat Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Brendan Rodgers doesn't see Rosenborg rolling over in Champions League qualifierRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Belfast Telegraph

    Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic will again have to take the initiative when Rosenborg travel to Parkhead next week for the first leg of their Champions League third qualifier. Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic will again have to take the initiative when Rosenborg travel to Parkhead next week for the first leg of their Champions League third qualifier.

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  2. Rodgers 'very pleased' as Celtic brush off LinfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | RTE.ie

    Brendan Rodgers claimed his Celtic side to be in a much better place than a year ago following their 4-0 Champions League qualifying victory over Linfield on Wednesday night. A double from Scott Sinclair and goals from Tom Rogic and substitute Stuart Armstrong gave the Scottish champions a 6-0 aggregate win against the Northern Irish part-timers and set up a third qualifier against Norwegian side Rosenborg, who beat Dundalk 3-2 on aggregate.

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  3. Matt's Blackboard offer loads of tasty options in RochesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SouthCoastToday.com

    You don't read many restaurant reviews from Rochester, and the reason for that is simple. A Google search of restaurants in the town brings up just three: Robin's Nest, Artisan Bake Shop and the ever-popular Matt's Blackboard.

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  4. Mizu Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | River Front Times

    Mizu fits nicely into the Washington Avenue loft district's trendy aesthetic: spacious and sleek without seeming hipper than thou.

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  5. 'A Total Jamaican experience'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    BUNKER'S HILL, Trelawny - Nature lovers from home and abroad can now explore the unspoilt biodiversity in areas of the Jamaican Cockpit Country, through the Bunker's Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour, which was officially opened to the public last Friday in Bunker's Hill, Trelawny. Clover Gordon, co-owner of the eco-tourism attraction, said the facility offers a "total Jamaican experience" with a variety of activities, such as: a nature trail for the physically fit or adventurous; river spa and cave exploration.

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  6. 'Atypical' form of mad cow disease discovered in AlabamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Raw Story

    Four white heifers, 'genetic twin sisters' produced using cloning technology, from a very elite Shorthorn cow in the US, seen at the headquarters of Trans Ova Genetics in Sioux Center, Iowa The United States Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday an 'atypical' case of mad cow disease or bovine spongiform encephalopathy in an 11-year-old beef cow in Alabama. The disease disease was detected during a routine check in a livestock market.

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  7. A dessert lover's no sugar diet experimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Star

    I have embarked on the greatest journey of self-discovery to date. If I were given the opportunity to have free brownies for life in exchange of committing a heinous crime, I probably would not do it but I would definitely give the idea more thought than I am proud to admit.

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  8. Japanese-Style Stir-Fried Noodles with BeefRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cook's Illustrated

    For a home cook-friendly version of this classic Japanese noodle stir-fry, we started by isolating the best possible supermarket alternatives to hard-to-find Japanese ingredients. In place of chewy yakisoba noodles, we use lo mein noodles and undercook them to enhance their chew.

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  9. Pork Stir-Fry with NoodlesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cook's Illustrated

    For a lo mein recipe with chewy noodles tossed in a salty-sweet sauce and accented with bits of smoky pork and still-crisp cabbage, we seared strips of meat from country-style pork ribs over high heat, adding liquid smoke for barbecue flavor. We used our meat marinade as a sauce base, with a little chicken broth and a teaspoon of cornstarch for added body.

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  10. At Smithsonian archaeology lab, citizen scientists work to unearth environmental historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    ... and sheep - mostly cattle and pigs, Gibb said. That showed that both households relied on animal husbandry to get their meat. "However, the people at Sparrow's Rest seemed to prefer beef, and the people at Shaw's Folly seemed to prefer pork," Gibb ...

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  11. 15 Tex-Mex Recipes Everyone Will Love, From Enchiladas to FajitasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 15 | Serious Eats

    ... lime juice, canola oil, brown sugar, cumin, black pepper, chili powder, and garlic. The fixings are as important as the meat and vegetables, so keep reading. Corn tortillas get more respect, but flour tortillas will always be my true love. I'm a fan ...

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  12. Where's the beef - and where's it going?Read the original story

    Friday Jul 14 | The Western Producer

    ... exports dropped 10 percent in the first five months of 2017 because of allegations of corruption and bribery of meat inspection officials in the processing sector. - "The farmers are hesitant to sell cattle to JBS in Brazil on security ...

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  13. A Grilled Pesto Chicken Biscuit Sandwich Recipe You'll LoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Essence Magazine

    Preheat your oven, put biscuits on a pan and place it in oven to bake according to package instructions. When finished, remove and set aside.

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  14. 12 selected to #RealPigFarming Student Social Forces teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2017 | Delta Farm Press

    Candidates were selected based on their involvement in the pork industry and their strong communication skills. The team will be active from July until December.

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  15. More Nibbles: Recent Waco eatery profilesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Waco Tribune-Herald

    ... slaw, beans, Mexican street corn-on-the-cob, tomato salad or cheese grits, depending on availability. Good to know: Meat and side dishes all locally sourced. Meat and sides cooked over a fire, not stove or oven. On the menu: Personal (10" and 8") ...

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  16. Indian cattle-slaughter ban in limboRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    ... India is the world's second-largest beef exporter and global markets are closely watching the outcome of the case. Meat industry analyst Simon Quilty said the court intervention had bought some time, but markets would still feel the impact. ...

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  17. Commissioner says 'no concerns' over latest Mad Cow scareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    Late Sunday night it was confirmed that a rare and spontaneous disease, atypical BSE, was discovered in an Alabama beef cow at a livestock market. "It was actually Sunday night before we had final confirmation.

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  18. Side Dish: Healthy doesn't have to be hard; try these 5 steps or fewer recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Advocate

    ... can be changed to please everyone, not only those following a Paleo diet. For example, she says, if you don't eat meat, substitute beans or cashews for chicken in the chicken vegetable stir-fry recipe. "Those recipes are meant to be guides, not ...

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  19. Melbourne laneways guide: Six of the best secret spots in Melbourne's lanewaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Manawatu Evening Standard

    It's only a spraypaint can's throw from Hosier Lane, where tourists throng to see Melbourne's famous street art, but Oliver Lane is a secret known mostly to locals. The creations along this sloping laneway parallel to Russell Street are of the foodie kind, however.

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  20. Hinduism and its complicated history with cowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salon.com

    ... followed. Modi's government has also prohibited the slaughter of buffalo, thus destroying the Muslim-dominated buffalo meat industry and causing widespread economic hardship. As a scholar, studying Sanskrit and ancient Indian religion for over 50 ...

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