Vegetables Newswire (Page 12)

Vegetables Newswire (Page 12)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Vegetables. (Page 12)

Results 221 - 240 of 154,276 in Vegetables

  1. Soon, school kids will be able to gobble up better turkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Star Tribune

    ... lunches must be economical, a fact that once meant goulash of unknown meat, fruit soaked in syrup and big cans of vegetables. But nutritionists, politicians and school leaders over the last decade have been working to make better food fit the school ...

    Comment?

  2. Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters at Choctaw Casino in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | EParis Extra

    Actor and yes drummer/vocalist Billy Bob Thornton along with his country rock and roll band will be performing at the Choctaw Casino in Grant, OK on April 15, 2017. The Boxmasters were founded in Bellflower, California in 2007.

    Comment?

  3. Apparently Most People Can't Smell Asparagus PeeRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | SFGate

    Asparagus is linked to all sorts of health benefits, like a reduced risk of cancer, cognitive impairment, and cardiovascular-related diseases, but one of the downsides is it makes your pee smell awful. Now it has been discovered if you smell it you're actually in the minority.

    Comment?

  4. Train Like an Olympian For Five Days for a Mere $12,500Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | Skift

    For roughly $12,500 Andy Baddeley, a former Olympic runner for Great Britain, will train you in a five-day boot camp. Baddeley is a co-founder of a new company called Performance Team.

    Comment?

  5. Why you should let children play with their foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | The New Zealand Herald

    Researchers said the key is not to put pressure on children but to let them play instead. Photo / Getty Images Every evening parents across the country bark the same instruction to their young children at the dinner table: "Don't play with your food!" Now, however, research suggests that youngsters who are allowed to mess around with their fruit and vegetables are actually more likely to eat them.

    Comment?

  6. Farming meets high tech when Natural History Museum kicks of food lecture seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Salt Lake Tribune

    The Salt Lake Tribune) Fenome CEO Daniel Blake holds two cucumber plants grown in large indoor tents where varieties of plants are studied to determine which varieties grow best in the personal food computer's environment. The plant on the left has been subjected to a no-stress environment, resulting in a bigger plant, but stress is what gives a plants' vegetables and fruits flavor, said Blake.

    Comment?

  7. That's good for you?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Fox News

    Many of us began the year with resolutions to take the obvious steps to improve our health: eat more fruits and vegetables, exercise regularly, and get enough sleep. However, a month or so into 2017, how many of us are still on track with keeping up with these changes? If you've drifted a little, don't worry: February is National Heart Month and is a great time to renew your efforts to take care of your body this year.

    Comment?

  8. Romanian & Hungarian local food laws breach EU single market : CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Food Industry

    Romania and Hungary's laws on promoting domestic food over imports are in breach of EU law, according to the Commission which has launched infringement proceedings against both countries. According to the Romanian law , 51% of fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, honey, dairy and bakery products have to be sourced from short supply chains .

    Comment?

  9. Growers deem Pest Act compliance impossibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | The Western Producer

    By that year, Fusarium graminearum, the culprit in most yield and grade damaging head blights in Western Canada, had made a steady march from Manitoba to a few parts of Alberta. In Manitoba and Saskatchewan, farmers saw up to $300 million in annual damages, fewer cropping choices and higher fungicide costs.

    Comment?

  10. Review: Tibet and beyond at Mandala Infusion in BoulderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Daily Camera

    ... as dinner options. There's also such vegan and gluten-free selections as a combination plate of lentil soup, vegetables and basmati, as well as a rice noodle soup with tofu. During a recent Friday night dinner, service was gracious, informative, and ...

    Comment?

  11. Tour Baltimore's new R. House food hallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | The York Daily Record

    ... crunchy sweet peas. Hilo serves the popular Hawaiian dish pok in a bowl with tuna or marinated salmon over rice, vegetables and crunchy toppings. Blk//Sugar and Little Baby's Ice Cream, which share a stall, offer ice cream, macarons and blueberry ...

    Comment?

  12. Orl ans newest dining establishment a Portuguese delightRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Orléans Online

    I must admit that I've never been to Portugal. In fact, before I visited Restaurante Caravela on Innes Road last week, all I knew about Portuguese cuisine is that it is big on seafood and my knowledge of Portuguese wine began and ended with Mateus.

    Comment?

  13. One pot cooking with PattyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    WEBVTT DEIRDRE FITZPATRICK HAS SOMERECIPE IDEAS THAT ARE SURE TOPLEASE EVERYONE.DEIRDRE:THE ONLY BAD PART ABOUTMAKING AN AMAZING MEAL FOR A LOTOF PEOPLE IS THE CLEANUP.PATTY HAS SOME IDEAS TO TAKETHAT PART OF IT OUT.>> I'M SO GUILTY, WHICH IS WHY ILOVE -- IF I STOP AND CLEANUP,I THINK, WHAT WAS I GOING AGAIN?DEIRDRE: I AM A CLEAN AS YOU GO.>> WELL, YOU CAN COME TO MYHOUSE TO CLEAN.>> EVERYTHING ON THE TABLE PATTYUSED MAKING THE ONE POT -- MADEUSING THE ONE POT.>> I STARTED WITH CHICKEN GRAVYAND ADDED THYME.AND THEN CORN AND ONIONS ANDCARROTS AND CELERY.AND THEN I USED BISCUITS FOR THETOPPING.BUST OPEN THE CAN.THAT'S WHAT I USED.IF I MIXED UP BISCUIT DOUGH,THAT WOULD BE TO POTTS.-- TWOPOTS.I LOVE THIS PASTA.IT IS REALLY DELICATE.COOKS REALLY FAST.DEIRDRE: I HAVE MADE THIS ONE.BECAUSE IT COOKS SO QUICKLY,YOU DON'T REALIZE IT.>> I PUT THE PASTA AND CHICKENOR VEGETABLE BROTH.DEIRDRE: DOES ... (more)

    Comment?

  14. A good signRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | The Daily Star

    ... who frequent visit Dinajpur by his motorcycle. In a recent visit, The Daily Star correspondent saw farmers grow vegetables, wheat, mustard, cotton, potatoes and maize on their land instead of tobacco. Nurunnabi Lal, an elderly farmer of Gangachhara ...

    Comment?

  15. The Writer in the Garden - Camden Garden Club Winter Horticulture SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Bangor Daily News

    Anne E. Perkins has been gardening since the age of four. Currently, she grows a huge variety of vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers at Headacre Farm in Owls Head and at her home in Thomaston.

    Comment?

  16. Sweden feels pinch of Mediterranean vegetable shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | The Local

    Sweden's fruit and vegetable sections are running unusually dry of Mediterranean produce this winter - a trend experts say could continue for another month or two due to poor harvests in southern Europe. "We're vacuuming the globe for vegetables," Claes Salomonsson, a spokesman for Swedish food retailer Axfood, told news agency TT.

    Comment?

  17. Eat This Now: Beer cheeseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | San Jose Mercury News

    ... call it, Austrian mac and cheese ($15) loaded with caramelized and crispy onions. Had it for lunch (with seasonal vegetables, $4 more) and wasn't hungry again until breakfast the next day. For a (slightly) lighter take, Berkeley's Jupiter serves its ...

    Comment?

  18. 'Ugly' fruit and vege to be sold in supermarkets at lower pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Stuff.co.nz

    Wonky-shaped vegetables and imperfect fruit are heading back on to supermarket shelves at prices much lower than their cosmetically-perfect counterparts. Double-legged carrots, and nectarines bruised by the elements have been long been snubbed by picky shoppers, who in turn forced stores to turn away farmers' produce that doesn't fit their flawless expectations.

    Comment?

  19. It's a hard taskmaster but capitalism actually worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Independent.ie

    ... fly twenty four hours a day transporting food from one end of the earth to the other so that fresh fruit and vegetables are available throughout the year. The competition among the world's farmers is cut throat. The only ones making real money are ...

    Comment?

  20. Mongolian all you canRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Sun-Star

    ... chopped leeks and singkamas to my bowl, to add that extra crunch and freshness. ARE you craving for that bowl of vegetables grilled along with chicken, pork or seafood with a tad sweet barbecue sauce but can't think of a place where they serve this? ...

    Comment?