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Some Filipino Snack I today in Mandaluyong, Manila, The Philippines. It's siomai and the version I got was bola-bola. I got two for 40 PHP. #manila #philippines #siomai #foodie #food
 
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The dinner and my new friend Philip and I had last night in a restaurant in Ermita, Manila, The Philippines. I got Pork BBQ which had pork on a stick with rice, and Philip got Beef Steak Pinoy which came with beef, rice, and mango. #manila #philippines #ermita #food #filipinofood #foodie
 
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My meal at a Jollibee in Makati, Manila, The Philippines yesterday. It was very busy when I came in, and a worker came up to me to write down my order before I even talked to the cashier, I guess to speed it up. I ordered a yum burger meal. The whole meal only cost 80 PHP or about 1.48 USD or 1.26 euros which I think is quite reasonable for a burger, fries, and a drink. #manila #philippines #food #fastfood #burger #foodie
 
#Record #Snow #Iceland, #Food Costs Spike in EU & Heat Not Record Hot (322)
https://www.bitchute.com/video/r6yyQsPn1E3E/

#ADAPT 2030
 
Vegan Love Cafe is based at the southern entrance to #Yosemite and offers a wide variety of #food, including #breakfast items like #pancakes and house-made “bacon.”

The founder of #Vegan #Love #Cafe, Tricia Louise Tracy, describes in her #commitment to #waste-free operation of the #restaurant. All #food is #composted and there are no #trash cans on the premises.

Consider a visit to Vegan Love Cafe if you have a trip to Yosemite planned!
 
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My lunch today at a Korean restaurant in Makati, Manila, The Philippines called K-bob. The food was delicious. The main dish was a cup of bulgogi (Korean beef), kimchi, lettuce, sprouts, and rice. #manila #philippines #food #koreanfood #foodie
 

Australia enters food scare after needles found in dozens of strawberries


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#after #australia #dozens #enters #food #found #needles #oannewsroom #scare #strawberries
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Australia enters food scare after needles found in dozens of strawberries
 
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#Cooked some #chicken #curry

It took me three tries, I had to consult both my parents and I had to get a new pot... but finally, I made a chicken curry that is #palatable.

The salt is a bit lacking, and some of the pieces are slightly #burnt... but still, #Progress! \(\^u^)/
#cooking #food #indian #rice #salad #lemonade #meal #nom #yum #picture #photo #photograph #image
 

#waterscam

THE UNDRINKABLE: The #Truth About Your #Food, #Water & #Atrazine

In #1997 #Scientist #TyroneHayes made a startling #discovery and we are seeing the effects of it today. Atrazine is found in crops, water and other foods.
 
I'm scared of Plastics.

For this reason I use GLASS water bottles and GLASS food containers to minimize my exposure.

Consequently, my weewee gets rock hard on command, and I can impregnate womenz any time I want.

#Plastic #Chemicals #BPA #Food #Science #Sex #Babies #Glass #Pyrex
 
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A tasty chocolate pretzel snack I got today in Manila, Philippines #snack #chocolate #food #asia #philippines
 
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#Cooked some #chicken chow mein, using my mother's recpie.

it turned out alright...
#cooking #food #noodles #meal #nom #yum #picture #photo #photograph #image
 
This is Brilliant! Free body rubs. Free food. Free diapers.

Why didn't I think of this?

#Mental #Retardation #Care #Food #Diapers #App
 
Hello, I am #newhere. I am interested in #blogging, #celebrities, #food, #recipe und #studying. My profile ist just a stock photo, lol.

I blog at https://AnnaTulip.com and that's my twitter: https://twitter.com/AskAnnaTulip

I am looking forward to connect.
 

The Allotment Project




The project is an amazing place for children to learn about growing, but also to get outdoors, work together and be given responsibility.

Over the last few years it has become a buzzing community project, with parents and locals also getting involved.

A truely inspirational project, and an idea that needs to take hold in every school. - Permaculture Magazine

#school-gardening #TheAllotmentProject #ReephamHighSchool #school #education #food #food-growing #food-gardening #rbe #resource-based-economy
 
Photo Essay: Indigenous Farmers Gather in the Andes to Plan for Climate Change
https://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/photo-essay-indigenous-groups-prepare-for-climate-change
The farmers, who came from Peru, China, and Bhutan, made plans to exchange plant varieties in an effort to protect the diversity of their crops in the face of an increasingly unpredictable climate.
#food #climate #climate-change #food-growing #food-growers #Indigenous #people #community #Peru #China #Bhutan #Andes #yesmagazine
 

Before Food Trucks, Americans Ate 'Night Lunch' from Beautiful Wagons


They were the ancestors of the modern diner.

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17983255
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\#HackerNews #americans #ate #beautiful #before #food #from #lunch #night #trucks #wagons
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[1]T. H. Buckley inside one of his lunch wagons.T. H. Buckley inside one of his lunch wagons. From the collection of Worcester Historical Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

In 1893, Boston was bustling, especially after the sun went down. “Night owls of all classes” roamed the streets, wrote the Boston Daily Globe, including “workers, idlers, pleasure seekers, spendthrifts, tramps and bums.” At some point, all of these people would want something to eat. The wealthy could get their quail on toast at any hour, observed the writer. For everyone else, there were the night lunch wagons. While they served inexpensive eats, the wagons themselves could be as fancifully decorated as music boxes on wheels.

Though night lunch wagons would eventually be gilded, they had humble origins. According to Richard J.S. Gutman, a diner expert and author of the classic American Diner: Then and Now, it all started with a man with a basket. Walter Scott was a street vendor who sold sandwiches and coffee in Providence, Rhode Island, first from a basket and later from a pushcart. Business was good, so in 1872, he set up shop in a wagon outside a local newspaper office. Scott was a pressman himself, so he knew that journalists wanted quick meals at strange hours.

It wasn’t just journalists who stayed up late, though. Night shift workers wanted a meal when they punched out, and party-goers wanted grub when they emerged from the bar. But most restaurants closed at 8 p.m. Scott’s innovation—serving sandwiches, pie, and coffee from a horse-drawn wagon as a “night lunch”—soon spread. In 1884, Gutman says, a cousin of an imitator of Scott’s moved to Worcester, Massachusetts, and made the first lunch wagons that customers could sit inside.

[2]An advertisement for one of Palmerʼs lunch wagons.An advertisement for one of Palmer’s lunch wagons. From the collection of Worcester Historical Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

Worcester soon became the nation’s lunch-wagon producing capital. Businessmen such as Charles H. Palmer and Thomas H. Buckley received patents and built factories to turn out lunch wagons, and shipped them across the country. While Scott’s original wagon was a renovated freight wagon, lunch-wagon makers began to design aesthetically pleasing vehicles. Etched-glass windows and colorful exteriors beckoned eaters inside, and the interiors were “painted up with fleur de lys and amazing murals” that echoed the work of old Dutch masters. Gutman, who studied architecture, notes that lunch wagon designs mirrored trends in commercial architecture at the time.

According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the first such-decorated wagon that rolled onto the streets of Worcester caused a sensation. When another debuted in Ogdensburg, New York, people gathered to stare open-mouthed at its “Aladdin-like” interior. The Enquirer described the popular wagon style as having elegant carvings, skilled paintwork, and amenities such as sinks for washing dishes. Proprietors typically stood behind small counters, heating food on grills and dispensing coffee from elaborate urns to patrons inside and out. The average size of the wagons was eight by 14 feet. Buckley’s wagons were particularly sensational. “They were described as perfect little palaces,” says Gutman.

[3]An elegant lunch wagon, outside of Buckleyʼs factory.An elegant lunch wagon, outside of Buckley’s factory. From the collection of Worcester Historical Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

Despite the needling of the Boston Daily Globe, night lunch was for everyone. A typical night would see “people in tuxedos, businessmen, along with the ordinary worker and the showgirl,” says Gutman. In the early days, menus were simple: sandwiches filled with ham, chicken, or cheese, apple and mince pies, and coffee. Adding a grill expanded some lunch wagons’ offerings, but the food remained hearty and simple: a contrast to the positively rococo interior design.

But according to Gutman, their elaborateness may have contributed to their downfall. “Certainly in the beginning, they looked fabulous,” he says. But the wear-and-tear of nightly traffic wore away the paintwork, and some business owners couldn’t afford upkeep. Many successful lunch wagon businesses eventually became stationary establishments, and former wagon manufacturers followed suit, resulting in what would eventually be known as diners. The remaining horse-drawn lunch wagons became increasingly shabby and downmarket, not to mention in the way of automobiles. Much like the food trucks of today, restaurants lobbied against them, and as early as 1909, lunch wagons began to be banned from city streets.

[4]The Owl Night Lunch Wagon, as it looked before its renovation.The Owl Night Lunch Wagon, as it looked before its renovation. Courtesy of The Henry Ford

Still, one wagon managed to survive and remain in operation to this day.

Not everyone was ready to let go of the horse-drawn past. Namely, Henry Ford of automobile-producing fame had a soft spot for a particular lunch wagon. According to The Henry Ford curator Donna Braden, the Owl Night Lunch Wagon rolled the streets of Detroit when Ford was a young, hungry engineer. Years later, in 1926, Detroit banned night lunch wagons with a city ordinance. So Ford snatched it up and later installed it at Greenfield Village, an outdoor history complex that is part of The Henry Ford museum in Dearborn, Michigan.

For many years, the Owl Night Lunch Wagon was the only spot to buy food in Greenfield Village’s sprawling grounds. Boxy and white, it was a pale shadow of lunch wagons past.

But in the 1980s, Gutman contacted The Henry Ford and told them that they had the last horse-drawn lunch wagon left. He also pitched them on restoring it to glory. “He showed us lots and lots of pictures of typical lunch wagons of that era,” says Braden. The Henry Ford ultimately brought Gutman on board for the renovation of the Owl Night Lunch Wagon.

[5]The Owl Night Lunch Wagon, as it looks today.The Owl Night Lunch Wagon, as it looks today. F. D. Richards/CC BY-SA 2.0

From its stripped-down state, the Owl Night Lunch Wagon was transformed. Gigantic red-and-blue letters now decorate the sides, and etched-glass windows show owls perching atop of crescent moons, an ode to the night-time eateries of the past. While diners once sat and ate inside the Owl Night Lunch Wagon, these days servers hand period-appropriate frankfurters out the window. “This wagon is the real thing,” Gutman says of the rebuilt and renovated eatery.

Despite the restored pomp of the Owl Night Lunch Wagon, Gutman speaks longingly of even more lavish lunch wagons, whose glitter now exists only in photographs. Gutman hopes to one day unearth a better-preserved example, with its paintings relatively intact. “That is what I’m looking for, to find some buried lunch wagon,” he says. While diners are the direct descendants of lunch wagons, and food trucks still roam cities today, their designs speak more to Guy Fieri than the Gilded Age.

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Adequate Protein Intake Must For Good Muscle Health: Eat nuts, beans, eggs


'Several bone-related ailments including osteoporosis and arthritis are also outcomes of disregarding muscle health and lack of a balanced diet; impaired muscle function, fatigue and poor metabolic health are the other side effects.'

Read More: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/adequate-protein-intake-must-for-good-muscle-health-eat-nuts-beans-eggs/articleshow/65665134.cms

\#health #nutrition #food #fitness #diet
 
In #September of last year, two executives of #JBS, the world’s largest #meat producer, based in #Brazil, were #arrested and #charged with #insidertrading.

In May 2017, the #billionaire siblings—Wesley Batista, JBS’s #CEO, and his younger brother Joesley, the firm’s former #chairman—admitted to #bribing more than 1,800 #politicians and #government officials, including #meat #inspectors, in an effort to avoid #food #safety checks.

Now, new #undercover #video shot by a #MercyforAnimals (MFA) #investigator at Tosh #Farms, a JBS #pork supplier based in Franklin, #Kentucky, exposes what the #animalrights group calls the “malicious and systemic #abuse of mother #pigs and #piglets.”
Angry? Then please sign this #petition: Tell JBS to Ban Gestation Crates and Painful Mutilations

#animalcruelty #corruption #bribes
Exposed: Animal Abuse at US Supplier to World’s Largest Meat Company
 
According to #government #data recently obtained by #ConsumerReports, there are trace amounts of #banned #drugs in U.S. #meat.

The data from the Department of #Agriculture’s #Food #Safety and Inspection Service included hundreds of samples of #chicken, #beef, and #pork that were destined for #grocers, #restaurants, #hospitals, #schools, and other #food providers.

And while it’s unclear how these drugs end up in meat, #experts suspect it’s due to #contaminated #feed and intentional misuse.

The list of drugs found includes:
  • ketamine, a drug used medically as an anesthetic and antidepressant and recreationally as a hallucinogen;
  • phenylbutazone, an anti-inflammatory considered dangerous for humans;
  • nitroimidazoles, a class of powerful antibacterial drugs; and
  • chloramphenicol, an antibiotic known to cause severe side effects, including potentially fatal anemia.
#vegan #vegetarian #health
 
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now that's what i call a norwegian! (Deadwood reference)

#food #foodforest #getinmybelly
 
- #NFL #stadium #food: #cheese, #meat and the $75, 7lbs #burger – in #pictures
- #photos #foto #photo #photography #photograph #photographs #newsphotography #worldnews



With the National Football League season kicking off this week, here’s a sampling of what the fans will be eating in the stands
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/gallery/2018/sep/08/nfl-stadium-food-2018
 

The Truth About Amazon, Food Stamps, and Tax Breaks


#about #amazon #breaks #business #food #stamps #tax #truth
 

Ditch the almond milk: why everything you know about sustainable eating is probably wrong | #Food | The Guardian


#climatechange #globalwarming

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2018/sep/05/ditch-the-almond-milk-why-everything-you-know-about-sustainable-eating-is-probably-wrong?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Add_to_Firefox
 
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Eat the rich


I publish pictures / meme every day about anarchy and other cool stuff.
Feel free to download them and share them ! :)

#shitposting #anarchist meme for cool people #humor
#food #bourgeois #om-nom-nom
 
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Japanese style fish thing (stew? Soup? Stir fry?)


Fried up some onion garlic snow peas green beans brocolli and carrots, then added fish in large pieces and a mixture of Dashi stock (600ml), sugar (2 tbspn) and soy sauce (c.100ml). Serve over rice.

#food
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CUTE! TINY Glass Jars of Nutella! I've never seen a jar this small before!

So HERZIG! Ein so kleines Gläschen Nutella habe ich ja noch nie gesehen!

#cute #nutella #food #happiness #snacks #herzig #essen #schokolade #brotaufstrich #nutellafan
 
Why Do We #Waste #Perfectly #Good #Food In The #US? | AJ+



Over a third of food in America goes to waste. So Yara went dumpster diving – among other things – to show you how much perfectly good food we throw away in ...

https://hooktube.com/gkbOpCRyKvQ
 
The man who is fervent about feeding hungry kids, but hates food banks
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/aug/15/man-feeds-hungry-kids-hates-food-banks-austerity

#food #foodbank #foodbanks #poverty #hunger #compassion #empathy
 
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