FBR Staff Writer Published 30 August 2012
Sara Lee, the brand owned by US-based Hillshire Brands, has announced the launch of its Lemon Pound Cake variety, a new pound cake loaf, as well as an update to its Butter Pound Cake, which is now more moist.
The company noted that the new products have been developed in response to the feedback from the consumers. Continue Here: Sara Lee Pound Cake
by zteve t evans
Last Updated: November 25, 2010
Barley has a long association with human society because of its uses for food, drink and medicine that goes back some 12,000 years. Used for animal feed and to make bread for human consumption, it is also used to make popular alcoholic drinks such as beer, barley wine, whisky and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Read More Here: Barley folklore
Aug 29, 2012
A delicious, easy one pot meal!
It makes a lot, which makes it perfect to make ahead and freeze in portions for lunch or dinner for the month.
This recipe is one from the archives, I re-made it this week and thought I would re-photograph it and give it a face-lift. Read more here:
FBR Staff Writer Published 29 August 2012
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has announced that it is streamlining the registration process for fertilizers and supplements.
In an effort to focus its resources on verifying the safety of fertilizers and supplements, the CFIA will no longer be regulating product efficacy as of 2013. Continue Here: For new fertilizers and supplements CFIA to streamline registration
by Mary Ladd
Perhaps the best way to get a hold of cheese expert Laura Werlin is first checking her Twitter and Facebook accounts to find out which city or country she’s in. Werlin is a one-woman show in cheese and spends her time speaking, researching, cooking, writing, and teaching. You may have seen her talking about cheese in a down to earth, knowledgeable yet fun style on CNN, QVC, the Martha Stewart Show, the CBS Early Show or CHOW.com; Read More: Laura Werlin Cheese Expert Talks
By Anna RothWed., Aug. 29 2012
It wasn't Baconalia that broke us. It wasn't even Burger King's bacon sundae. But yesterday we finally reached the end of our patience with this country's bacon obsession, when we learned that a disgusting-sounding bacon-flavored coffee took home top honors and $10,000 at a Seattle's Best Coffee-sponsored recipe contest at the Iowa State Fair over the weekend. Enough is enough, America. Read More: Ridiculous Bacon Products
by Maggie Battista on August 28, 2012
I’ve got to be honest, I’m not too sad about the summer coming to a close. I’m going to miss a few seasonal perks, like the warm shade of my billowy backyard umbrella, the relief brought on after a long sip of cold-brewed iced coffee, and the charred side of an ear of corn that seem so at home on a flaming hot grill. But summer is suddenly so last season and I’m eager to jump into pumpkin patches, light red wines and casseroles. Read More Here: Summer Sale At New Eat Boutique Markets Website
The Huffinton Post | By Laura Schocker Posted: 08/28/2012
For Chef Marcus Samuelsson, whose restaurants span the globe from Harlem to Sweden, preparing good tasting food isn't enough -- it has to be good for you too. And he wants to change the way we talk about food in our society. "It's actually something that we put into our mouth -- it should be a higher priority," he says. Continue Here: Healthy Eating, Marcus Samuelsson Talks At HuffPost's Oasis
by Lauren Salkeld on 08/29/12 at 09:08 AM
For this year's high-holiday celebration, we spoke to cookbook author Reyna Simnegar who shared recipes for Quince Stew, Persian Steamed White Rice, and Persian Cream Puffs, and explained the Persian community's unique Rosh Hashanah Seder tradition. The funny thing is that Simnegar isn't Persian and she didn't convert to Judaism until adulthood. Read More: Persian Food From the Non-Persian Bride
August 29, 2012 6:44am | By James Fanelli, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer
MIDTOWN — FreshDirect has plans to deliver its greens by going green.
The mobile grocer is mulling a Midtown pilot program to use bicycles to ferry food to customers, according to sources. The
program could start in as soon as a month.
To prep for the program, FreshDirect employees boned up recently on the city's bicycle rules. Read More: FreshDirect Bicycles To Deliver Food