Sweet potatoes add uniqueness to this flatbread, while feta brings a tangy counterpart.
I think all too often people think that pizza should have 2″ of cheese and another 2″ of meat layered on top of a big doughy crust. Don’t get me wrong, I live close to Chicago so I understand pizza. However, I think when making pizza at home, it’s okay to branch out from the tomato and cheese version everyone loves so much.
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Some dream of retirement, while others can't imagine what they'd do without work. These dedicated farmers, all well into their seventies or eighties, definitely belong to the latter group.
"This world would be empty without animals and I enjoy working for them and with them," says Elwyn. "I treat them like children, I speak to them as well. They all have their own characters."
Yikes! Is this pizza ad warning us of something?
Posters to Reddit noticed the frightening death mask peering out from the slice's melting cheese. Notes one commenter, astutely:
"Ristorante Italia Pasta italiana Coincidence.[sic] I think not."
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The results are in! Check out this year's winners from the Grilled Cheese Invitational.
Eyebrow-raising ingredients in the Missionary and Kama Sutra categories included quail egg, habanero pepper, SoyRizo, masala, squid ink and octopus. But the real shocker of the day was when the Frickin' Figgin Vegan Sandwich took first place in the Honey Pot (amateur) category. To veteran grilled cheese lover and founder of the GCI Tim Walker, a sandwich winning for sandwich's sake (which happened to be vegan) was "an event horizon at the Grilled Cheese Invitational."
A recent episode of the popular comedy "30 Rock," was taped live, and Kraft managed to sneak into one of the scenes with an old-timey commercial that looked like a spoof. They have the marketing thing on lock:
The episode began with an imaginary, black-and-white NBC sitcom called “The Lovebirds,” modeled on the legendary CBS sitcom “The Honeymooners.” The writers of “30 Rock” made “The Lovebirds” part of what an announcer called “The Kraft Product Placement Comedy Hour, sponsored by Kraft Singles. It’s the cheese that won World War II.”
A Manhattan shop has begun concocting and selling frozen kefir, a fermented milk product recently popular in the United States. Kefir is similar to yogurt, but contains many beneficial bacterias and yeasts.
Their soft serve, called Treat Petite, is refreshing and not as sweet as many brands of frozen yogurt. The store offers six varieties: plain, and five others subtly flavored with fruit purées, including pomegranate and caramelized pineapple. There are also smoothies and concoctions with various toppings, as well as coffee, crepes, waffles and some pastries.
A cow confirmed to be the offspring of California's recent BSE-positive cow, has tested negative for the disease.
Since there is no live test for the disease also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy, it was euthanized and brain samples were sent to the national laboratory. The test was negative, officials said Wednesday.
This fight starts with subtlety and builds to blatant selfishness and manipulation (see cute dog's piercing eyes mid-video). In the end, we've gleaned this universal truth: yogurt is a tasty, healthy lunch...?
China has decided to import 100,000 cows to boost domestic dairy production. Although they are importing the cows from Uruguay, Australia and New Zealand, they are planning on utilizing controversial, US factory-farming methods. Wenonah Hauter sounds off on the issue.
The Chinese government has created tax incentives and other policies that favor investors in big dairies. These facilities will widgetize animals in the same model that China has used for electronics and other manufacturing sectors that have made the country an export powerhouse. But the factory farm model has been a failure for public health, the environment and animal welfare in the U.S., just like it will be in China.