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Success threatens Shanghai's street food scene Success Threatens Shanghai's Street Food Scene
 

To visitors, the draw of Shanghai might be the gleaming skyline, but to born-and-bred locals the charm of the city is street food. The egg pancake rolling fresh off the pan at wet markets, the steaming baskets of soup dumplings served at local canteens or the pungent stinky tofu in the Old Town alluring every passerby.


Modi will push for ban on cow slaughter Modi Will Push For Ban On Cow Slaughter
 

India will use all its "might" to ban cow slaughter across the country, Interior Minister Rajnath Singh said in a speech to spiritual leaders, as the Hindu nationalist government moves to fulfil a poll promise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A renewed thrust by Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party to protect cows, worshipped by majority Hindus, has led to a clamp down on beef trade run mostly by Muslims.


Century-old NYC matzo factory faces a high-tech future Century-old NYC Matzo Factory Faces A High-tech Future
 

The last ever Passover matzos have rolled out of a century-old bakery on Manhattan's Lower East Side - a neighborhood that's been dubbed the "Jewish Plymouth Rock" but is rapidly gentrifying. The Streit's factory building is the oldest in the nation where the unleavened flatbread that's essential for Jewish holidays is still churned out.


Jamie Oliver calls Gordon Ramsay 'jealous' as he launches campaign for children's food education Jamie Oliver Calls Gordon Ramsay 'jealous' As He Launches Campaign For Children's Food Education
 

"Gordon will do anything to try and take the p--- out of me because he is deeply jealous and can't quite work out why I do what I do and why he can't do that," he said. Oliver made the comments about his fellow chef in response to a a jibe by Ramsay about Oliver's absence at the launch of the Hong Kong branch of his restaurant chain, Jamie's Italian.


Carey Mulligan learning to perfect spaghetti... Carey Mulligan Learning To Perfect Spaghetti...
 

Actress CAREY MULLIGAN is perfecting her Italian cooking skills during her Broadway run in SKYLIGHT because she has to stir up a spaghetti bolognese in character every night. The Brit admits she's a terrible cook, but now she thinks she could attempt the popular pasta dish, which she creates "from scratch" onstage.


Not enough gefilte fish for Passover? Not Enough Gefilte Fish For Passover?
 

Because you may not have any gefilte fish at your table on Passover, which starts at sundown on April 3. February's record cold temperatures are to blame for the shortage of fish ingredients, reported Erica Marcus, a food writer at Newsday, the Long Island, New York, newspaper. "The traditional Passover appetizer is made from ground whitefish, carp and yellow pike," Marcus wrote.


Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in Appalachia Mining For Tourists? A Dubious Economic Savior In Appalachia
 

Mines built this company town. Could vines - the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above - help to draw visitors here? Their Highland Winery - housed in the lovingly restored, mustard-yellow "company store" - pays tribute to coal-mining's history here, as do their signature wines: Blood, Sweat and Tears.


Care home chefs face off as residents are treated to fabulous food in Come Dine With Me competition Care Home Chefs Face Off As Residents Are Treated To Fabulous Food In Come Dine With Me Competition
 

FOOD glorious food left elderly diners asking for more as three care homes staged their own Come Dine With Me-style competition. Residents and staff from Clacton's Glengariff, Carnarvon and Corner House care homes visited each others' dining rooms to sample the fabulous food on offer.


Giant Florida Golf Course Gator Is Back - and He Brought His Appetite Giant Florida Golf Course Gator Is Back - And He Brought His Appetite
 

The 13-ft reptile first made a splash on March 6, when he was found happily stomping across a course at Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood, Florida. The club posted photos of the alligator to Facebook, where they received international attention.


Alameda County urban farm program expands, to add kitchen Alameda County Urban Farm Program Expands, To Add Kitchen
 

Dig Deep Farms broke ground last week on a commercial kitchen that will help grow its program that employs former inmates while supplying healthy food to low-income neighborhoods. "We will take some of our produce from our urban farms and create packaged goods, such as tomato sauce, jams and a fire-roasted salsa that's very good, that we will sell," said Lt.


1,200-plus visitors expected at Spring Harvest Maple Farm 0 1,200-plus Visitors Expected At Spring Harvest Maple Farm 0
 

With Maple Weekend almost here, maple producers have been closely watching the sky and their thermometers in anticipation of thousands of visitors from across New England.


George Calombaris promises hot recipes in this year's MasterChef George Calombaris Promises Hot Recipes In This Year's MasterChef
 

Now for something completely the same. The first official ratings period of 2015 was dominated by a cooking show, a renovation show and a wacky new concept in reality television that had been a hit in Britain.


Chef's quest to perfect barbecue ends in DC Chef's Quest To Perfect Barbecue Ends In DC
 

Eleven years ago, chef Andrew Evans says he never gave much thought to barbecue. In fact, he describes his encounters with the culinary category up until then as "Ehh."


Dairy farms asked to consider breeding no-horn cows Dairy Farms Asked To Consider Breeding No-horn Cows
 

Food manufacturers and restaurants are taking the dairy industry by the horns on an animal welfare issue that's long bothered activists but is little known to consumers: the painful removal of budding horn tissue from calves so farm workers or other animals don't get gored later. It's routine to remove the horn tissue from young calves before it attaches to the skull, either by burning it out with heat or chemicals or digging it out with sharp instruments.


Guess What Makes The Cut As A 'Smart Snack' In Schools? Hot Cheetos Guess What Makes The Cut As A 'Smart Snack' In Schools? Hot Cheetos
 

Flamin' Hot Cheetos might conjure a lot of descriptors: spicy, crunchy, unnaturally fiery red. But it's a good bet that "healthy" didn't exactly spring to mind.


Jesus to be crucified in marketplace on Good Friday Jesus To Be Crucified In Marketplace On Good Friday
 

A man playing Jesus will be crucified in the marketplace as Epsom comes together to mark Good Friday this year. There are also lots of Easter activities for children at the Ashley Centre and Hobbledown adventure park in Epsom and the Children's Trust in Tadworth .


Challah for Hunger a Claremont tradition that celebrates the popular Jewish bread Challah For Hunger A Claremont Tradition That Celebrates The Popular Jewish Bread
 

The following recipe uses instant yeast. If you are using active dry or another kind of yeast, you will need to make modifications.


Free school breakfasts appear to boost kids' grades Free School Breakfasts Appear To Boost Kids' Grades
 

Students at elementary schools that offered free breakfast had 25 percent better math grades, and similarly higher reading and science grades, than students at schools without free breakfast. However, although the researchers found a link between schools that provide free morning meals and higher school performance, the study wasn't designed to prove a cause-and-effect relationship.


Could a diet help shield you from Alzheimer's? Could A Diet Help Shield You From Alzheimer's?
 

While it couldn't prove cause-and-effect, the new study found that adults who rigorously followed the so-called MIND diet faced a 53 percent lower risk for Alzheimer's, the most common type of dementia. Those sticking to the diet just "moderately well" saw their Alzheimer's risk drop by roughly 35 percent.


Success threatens Shanghai's street food scene Success Threatens Shanghai's Street Food Scene
 

To visitors, the draw of Shanghai might be the gleaming skyline, but to born-and-bred locals the charm of the city is street food. The egg pancake rolling fresh off the pan at wet markets, the steaming baskets of soup dumplings served at local canteens or the pungent stinky tofu in the Old Town alluring every passerby.


 
 
   
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