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Synthetic meat grown in Dutch lab

Synthetic meat grown in Dutch lab

19 February 2012 Last updated at 15:29 ET By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News, Vancouver The first strips of muscle have been grown in a project to develop a new way to produce meat Dutch scientists have used stem cells to create strips of muscle tissue with the aim of producing the first lab-grown hamburger later this year.

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£200,000 test-tube burger marks milestone in future meat-eating

Lurking in a petri dish in a laboratory in the Netherlands is an unlikely contender for the future of food. The yellow-pink sliver the size of a corn plaster is the state-of-the-art in lab-grown meat, and a milestone on the path to the world’s first burger made from stem cells.



Observer Food Monthly | Life and style | The Guardian

Salted butter, brined olives, I’ll have it all. And then hit the gym, says Jay Rayner John Hind recalls sharing croissants in a London hotel with the singer in 1987 It’s one thing buying a meal created by a chef – quite another to pay a fortune for a few raspberries, says Ariel Leve 770 recipes at your fingertips – with a neat touch, writes Gareth Grundy The chart-topping rapper on his formative food experiences – and hatred of cheese.


How Britain fell in love with breakfast

As the 10am queue winds out of the Breakfast Club in Shoreditch, a flurry of bright young things in blood-restricting trousers order pancakes, huevos rancheros and flat whites. Elsewhere in the country, Brits stand in kitchens fumbling with Nespresso cartridges, munching bespoke organic muesli with live yoghurt, blueberries and honey from chipper, ethically kept bees.


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The rise of beeronomics – The Boston Globe

Beer is the perfect accompaniment to pizza, a refreshing punctuation mark at the end of a day. But a growing number of academics see it as something more — a substance that can tell us important things about the world. In many ways, brewing and human society grew hand in hand.


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The Pulitzer Prizes | A Boy Who Was ‘Like a Flower’

BAGHDAD, March 30 — On a cold, concrete slab, a mosque caretaker washed the body of 14-year-old Arkan Daif for the last time. With a cotton swab dipped in water, he ran his hand across Daif’s olive corpse, dead for three hours but still glowing with life.




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Food, Think!: Chipotle’s Simple Story

8220;The simple believes everything, but the prudent gives thought to his steps” (Proverbs 14:15, The Holy Bible) . Have you seen this Chipotle commercial , an animated feature with accompaniment by Willie Nelson? Chipotle makes it look like Good vs. Bad is as identifiable as Domestic vs. Industrialized Farming.

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Home > Relish Austin > Archives > 2012 > February > 16 > Entry By Addie Broyles | Thursday, February 16, 2012, 03:49 PM And the news just keeps on coming.


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Home > Relish Austin > Archives > 2012 > February > 16 > Entry By Addie Broyles | Thursday, February 16, 2012, 09:45 AM Tis the season for magazine food awards, and GQ has just come out with its list of the best new restaurants in the country, and Bryce Gilmore’s Barley Swine came in at No.

Women chefs on how they chopped to the top

When Gabrielle Hamilton was heavily pregnant with her second son, Leone, her to-do list read roughly like this: tell brunch crew vinaigrette too acidic; pick up white platters; have baby; figure out pomegranate syrup. As chef-owner of the highly lauded New York restaurant Prune, Hamilton had planned to let the birth take its natural course.


Man Suffers Heart Attack at Heart Attack Grill

A man suffered an apparent heart attack while eating a “Triple Bypass Burger” at the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas. The man, whose identity has not been released, was eating by himself when he began complaining of chest pains, started sweating and stuttering his words, said Jon Basso, the restaurant’s owner.

KO Catering and Pies to Open Restaurant in Former Scup’s Space in East Boston | Boston Restaurant Talk

A rumor that we heard awhile back has come true, as a South Boston takeout spot that features Australian fare is going to opening a second place in East Boston, with this one being a full-service restaurant that takes over the space where an eclectic eatery used to be.