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Do You Know Your Flowers Enough
At the time of her retirement from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan said her goodbyes along with announcing the launch of an ambitious initiative aimed at decreasing the chasm between farmers and general public.... -
This Is America’s Greenest Abode
If you want to be inside the greenest home in America, you will have to travel to the Silicon Valley and seek the permission of Foundation Capital partner Paul Holland and his wife, Linda Yates. For those lucky enough to be invited into... -
How To Celebrate Earth Day 2013
If you are interested in making this Earth a better place to live in, here is what you can do to celebrate the Earth Day with the rest of the world.
Eat More Colorful Foods
Remember, Mother Nature... -
Shanghai Waters Fill Up With 12,000 Dead Pigs
If you see workers rowing boatloads of dead pigs over Chinese waters in Jiaxing City, chances are you will not want to eat pork ever. Well, not while in China, at least. Since March 8, 2013, close to 12,000 dead pigs have been found in... -
Food Tastes Better With Heavy Cutlery
Quite a while ago, Firebox, a UK seller of handmade cutlery, has announced a set of cutlery that could help people pump iron while eating their daily meal. It seems, science is quick to catch up on the trend as a study shows that eating food with a heavier... -
Paris Hotels Wooing Chinese Tourists With Tea, Noodles
This has got to be the most heartening as well as the weirdest piece of news to come at the end of 2012. Top hotels in Paris, which at one time boasted of the richest culinary delights of French cuisine, are now serving tea and dried noodles in order to woo... -
Tourists Liable To Be Fined For Snacking In Rome
The historically significant city of Rome was not built in a day. And now, its residents are taking care to maintain the ancient city along with its multitudes of heritage buildings. Recent visitors have been warned not to snack or munch on... -
Student Involved In Food Fight Charged With Felony
A food fight during lunch hour at school can be fun albeit the wastage of precious food. However, such an incident did not remain harmless for long this time as it resulted in a high school student being slapped with felony.
Waiters Demand A 30% Tip In Nyc
The tipping culture in America in general and New York in particular has always been a little erratic. With many patrons being unpleased by giving a hefty ‘gratuity’, the waiters and bartenders have no other way except to demand for a... -
Chick-fil-a Reverses Its Anti Gay Stand
After the huge ruckus about Chick-fil-A owner Dan Cathy’s stand against gay marriages and the fiasco of protests and counter protests , the food chain has decided to give the matter a rest, once and for... -
Help Farmers By Gaming
Playing Farmville for hours on end via Facebook has been a pastime for many of us. So, what if you had the opportunity to help out real farmers or entrepreneurs while you go about your gaming via social networking sites? ‘Seeds’ does... -
Big Theft Of Small Booze Bottles
Tiny packets of munchy snacks and compact bottles of booze is something to look forward to if you happen to travel by American Airlines. But the possibility of resisting the lure of booze becomes remote once you have to see the tiny... -
Starbucks Stops Stolen Police Car
The popular coffee chain outlet, Starbucks unintentionally helped the Los Angeles Police Department this week. No, it wasn’t by offering them huge cups of cappuccino, but by helping them to nab the car burglar and retrieve their vehicle when it... -
Space Just Got Sweeter
The presence of sugar in a number of things including our own body does not surprise us anymore. But the latest news from space has left us baffled for sure. A relatively young star has been found with several... -
Keep Yourself Ready For Combating Hurricane Isaac
With the alarm bells tolling across most low lying states in and around the Gulf of Mexico, people hurried to the makeshift shelters across Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana with emergency rations ... -
The Secret Behind Kenya’s Marathon Success
The Kenyans across the world looked on proudly as Ezekiel Kemboi won the nation’s first gold in track and field events at the London Olympics. The gold for the 3000 meter steeplechase was back in Kemboi’s hands after eight long years.... -
Curiosity Nails Mars
The scientists at NASA are celebrating today! Curiosity, the sophisticated rover has successfully touched down on Mars after covering a distance of 352 million miles. There was indeed a ‘7-minute of panic’ felt by the human... -
What Is The Burgeronomics Of Your Country?
The Big Mac Index results are out this year! And its time for some serious contemplation regarding food buying power and parity among various states of the word. The last half a decade have been particularly poor for the global economy what... -
World's Most Expensive Tea Made Using Panda Poo!
Wildlife expert An Yanshi who collects panda excrements from Giant Panda breeding center in Chengdu, Sichuan province, southern China, has big plans to achieve greatness! He is trying to launch world's most expensive tea that is made with the help of... -
Hooters And Twin Peaks Are In A Titillating Battle In Court!
The American restaurant chains, Hooters and Twin Peaks are in a titillating battle in court. In Georgia Federal court last week, Hooters sued the partner of Twins Peaks and an ex-Hooters employee, charging with the offense of fleecing the Hooters trade... -
Shall We Dine With The President?
The White House dining rooms have been mute witnesses to the making of history since 1800 when John Adams first moved into the official residence of the US President with wife Abigail. The spectacular dining rooms and huge banquet halls are as important... -
How Beer Became The 'best Bet' For Fighting Fat
Beer helps in fighting fat . But very few people know about this truth. Beer has been battling bad reputation of being one of the fattening alcoholic drinks.. Not any more, since the latest study shows How Beer ... -
Britons Turning To 'pc' Dinner, Study Says
All of you must have heard about dinner, but does the term “ PC dinner ” sound familiar? Let me explain what it actually means. PC dinner means having your dinner or evening meal in front of your laptop/computer. More and more Britons are turning to... -
Veterans Return To Their Own In Farming
What can be better than to see the war veterans return to farming? The men who have been engaged in protecting the land now find themselves tending it. Slipping into the civilian way of life had never been a simple task for the war time... -
California Firm Gives Healthy Employees Perks Like Day Off
Offering healthy employee perks can be quite an instructional way to increasing the awareness among people and especially the working factions of society. One of the California based Companies has taken the initiative of paying healthy employees perks,... -
Why Is Coffee With Burgers A Favorite With The Aged
Much has been spoken about people mixing coffee with burgers. Detailed reports about why the old people like coffee with burgers have been flashed in the news. This report gained publicity after white castle served their burgers with coffee, while all they... -
Why Is The Govt Demonizing Pizza Repeatedly?
USDA has come up with fresh dietary guidelines and yet again we have the govt demonizing pizza . But why is the govt demonizing pizza repeatedly? USDA in its document says “Pizza is evil” and is trying to indirectly tell its citizen to eat less of... -
Company Prepares To Sell Marijuana-based Soda Pop
Marijuana-based soda pop is the latest among the controversial drinks to hit the market although the usage of marijuana in any form is still considered illegal under federal law. Marijuana drinks (mostly sodas) do exist in the market for a long... -
Shark's Fin Comes Off Menu In Uk After Severe Campaign
Shark’s fin comes off menu is a very welcome news as it is one of the important measures taken to protect the sharks from getting extinct. The population of Shark is declining very fast because of the increasing demand of shark fins in the restaurants.... -
Peta Tries To Create 'buzz' Yet Again With 'hot' Ad
PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is a major animal rights organization in the world and has more than two million members and supporters worldwide. PETA tries to create 'buzz' among people , they educate people about going... -
Scotch Egg Is Set To Make A Comeback This Year
Scotch eggs were often eaten as part of the British countryside picnic lunch, and now in 2011 the scotch egg is set to make a comeback.
The last time I had a Scotch egg was when a friends from Britain paid us a visit and we... -
Ivory Coast Turmoil Could Affect Chocolate Prices
Chocolate prices can simply increase and go out reach. Yes it is true that chocolate prices are going up due to the turmoil in Ivory Coast, which is the world’s largest producer of cocoa. Ivory Coast produces about 40% of the world’s... -
Drinkers Ditch Uk Pubs, Sales Go Down
Are people who drink in the UK ditching pubs? A report said drinkers ditch UK pubs to sip a beer at home as the prices of lager beer offered by retailers is less. The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) said beer consumption was about... -
Now Dutch Scientists Want Us To Eat Bugs For Meat
Amid fears of growing animal scarcity, scientists have come up with a unique thought. Guess what? Now Dutch Scientists Want Us To Eat Bugs For Meat and they want us to be convinced with them too.
Introduction: Dutch scientist Arnold van Huis and... -
A Chocolate Artisan Brings Out An Unusual Product
A chocolate artisan has put Tanzania on the map. Tazania, a unitary republic in Central East Africa has come in the limelight as a source of some of the best cacao beans that can be found in the world today. This will probably come as a surprise for most... -
Bay Area Chefs Want To Bring Charity Onto Their Menus
Bay area chefs bring charity is the recent talk of the town.
Yes, you definitely read it right. I am not talking about organic food served in restaurants rather it’s something to do with charity and bay area chefs.
It has... -