The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited has subsidised
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (cooking gas) to the tune of $50m since the
commencement of its intervention scheme on the product nationally.
The firm, which currently supplies some 80 per cent of the total
cooking gas consumed by Nigerians, restated that it remained
committed to increasing domestic cooking... [Read
The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the
purchase of N9.2bn worth of cooking stoves and ‘wonder bags’ for
rural women under the National Clean Cooking Scheme. Wonder bag is
a non-electric slow cooker invented by Sarah Collins, a South
African eco-entrepreneur, who came up with the idea of surrounding
the pan with cushions six... [Read More...]
Fred Bollaci, CEO and President of New York and Palm
Beach-based Fred Bollaci
Enterprises http://www.fredbollacienterprises.com, the
definitive international authority on healthy gourmet living,
has named five new Long Island, New York-based Signature
Golden Palate Partners, including the first winery, into his fast
growing portfolio of exceptional restaurants, hotels, wineries and
OKLAHOMA CITY – A group of local businesses teamed up to
prepare a delicious Thanksgiving meal for hundreds of people
without a home this holiday. According to officials, 1,400 people
in Oklahoma City are without a home on any given night. The Day
Shelter tries to help by providing food, showers and support
services for those […]
PCL Construction will donate $160,000 to food assistance
programs across the country this holiday season. Since 2009 PCL
Construction has donated $888,000 to help fight hunger, providing
Cooking fires are the number one source of house fires.
Due to the high volume of cooking going on during Thanksgiving, the
odds of a house fire are three times higher than normal. It
is one of the busiest days of the year for firefighters. A
popular method for cooking a turkey is using a deep fryer.
It's quick and tasty, but can also be very dangerous. Fresno
Fire Department Public ...
Bobby Chinn is a storyteller, a raconteur. His words tumble
from his mouth as he jumps from story to story. His eyes crinkle,
his arms gesture wide—and you hang on to every word. His food tells
stories, too—of flavors he has experienced in his travels, and
recipes he has wheedled out of secretive old women. […]
When academic researchers quantify consumer preference for
local, sustainable produce, you hear a lot about freshness, taste,
and environmental factors. In restaurants that source directly from
small farms, you hear about old-world methods, pampered livestock,
and unpolluted pastures. And yet one standard is surprisingly
absent from these conversations about food. ...
Global wine and spirits merchant, AWC announced a new senior
appointment to its staff with the joining of Martin Tickle as the
company's new Fine Wine Director. Based at AWC's headquarters in
London, Martin will lead the company's team of fine wine experts
and will be responsible for strengthening and developing AWC's fine
wine sourcing capabilities. Martin brings with him over twelve
years of ...
Cooking Thanksgiving dinner can be daunting. Not only must
you prepare tons of food—some of it you’ve rarely cooked
before—you’ve also got to make sure that it’s all ready to hit the
table at the same time. And you’ve got to keep all those plates
spinning under the watchful eye of family members ready to remind
you of every overcooked turkey breast, lumpy gravy, or overheated
green bean ...
Thanksgiving is a lovely holiday. What could be better than
enjoying dishes handed down through generations (or pulled from
Pinterest ) with your adoring family? Well, if your grandpa’s
turkey is dried out and your relatives only want to know when
you’re finally going to settle down, wine can—no, will —make the
experience tolerable. One of my favorite new apps is NextGlass , a
beer and wine ...
Owens-Illinois Inc., the U.S. supplier of bottles for
Carlsberg beer, said a trend to bottle wines in the U.K. imported
from as far away as Australia and Argentina is providing a pocket
of growth in Europe’s otherwise stagnant $11 billion
Hawke’s Bay may be the second largest wine region in this
country, but it definitely takes the lead in producing
award-winning wines across a broad range of varietals as evidenced
at New Zealand’s premier wine competition, the Air New Zealand Wine
Awards announced this week.
Christoph Wiesner is a revolutionary ready to spill blood in
his campaign to transform how city-dwellers get their food.
Wiesner, 52, has traveled to Berlin, London , Houston and Seattle
to teach people ...
Christina Romas, Business Development Director for
ReposiTrak, the leading provider of Compliance Management and Track
& Trace solutions for food safety exclusively endorsed by FMI
and ROFDA, addressed the Alabama Association for Food Protection
during their annual meeting held in Prattville, Alabama.
CHESTER COUNTY Food bank seeks donations EXTON The Chester
County Food Bank is seeking contributions as the holidays approach.
According to the food bank, more than 50,000 men, women, and
children in the county are food-insecure. Last year, the food bank
distributed more than 2.6 million pounds of food, including 800,000
pounds of fresh food, to more than 100 food cupboards and meal
Wine Country Ontario Extends Sampling Tour on Wheels NIAGARA,
ON, Nov. 25, 2014 /CNW/ - Wine Country Ontario has extended the
tour of its VQA Wine Tasting Truck to take the wine tasting
experience directly ...
The food pantry at Stony Brook University is one of more than
100 to open on college campuses in the past six years. They may be
studying at high-priced institutions, but a growing number of U.S.
college students rely on food pantries for their next meal.
Underground Cellar , the online wine marketplace that
randomly rewards wine buyers with free upgrades to rare and
private-stash bottles from prestigious wineries, today announced it
has partnered with Malibu Rocky Oaks Winery , the Four Seasons
Hotel Westlake Village and Uber to promote and celebrate the
up-and-coming Malibu Coast wine region.
Drive around the typical low-income community, and you’ll
find fast-food joints and corner stores that are stocked with
canned goods and candy bars. Grocery stores with shelves full of
fresh kale and apples simply aren’t the norm. But thanks to a
partnership among a nonprofit, an architecture firm, and local
government offices, a retrofitted bus is bringing healthy fare to
Toronto’s food deserts.