A new dating site has been designed to match women who want to eat good food and the men who will pay for it. The dating site, 'HiDine.com', allows women to post their favorite restaurants and allows men to offer dates via those restaurants and cuisines and paying the bill, ABC News reported. Kyle McGinnis, the creator of the site said that he doesn't consider himself "old-fashioned" but ...
New York, Dec 5 : Vegetarians often get to hear how boring their life is sans meat. But eating fake meat all the time simply kills the appetite. There are vegetarian dishes that no longer excite people who stay miles away from ...
Kolkata, Dec 5 : City based restaurant Ivory Kitchen on Wednesday launched the Rajasthani food festival 'Swaad Kesariya' which will continue till Dec 15 ...
JEFFERSON CITY - State agriculture officials say about 1,450 pounds of possibly contaminated beef and pork products have been returned to a southwest Missouri ...
With the various fast food worker strikes going on today it might be worth having a look at inequality in the US. For while it's true that the US is indeed more unequal than most advanced countries that doesn't actually mean that the poor get a worse deal in the US. For it could be that with the US being a richer country than most others, the effects of the two cancel out. The poor in ...
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The Prince of Egypt
"The Prince of the Egypt" is the first feature-length animated film in many years to make a serious bid for an adult audience. Not, mind you, just to entertain the adults who have to see the movie with their children, but to attract adults on their own. With Disney reigning supreme over the animated world for the last decade, there has been little room for competing studios to make worthwhile proj ... ...
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the strike – that a bunch of bitter (that was Barack Obama’s word, right?) middle aged workers have been forced into fast food positions thanks to the lack of better jobs in our ';recovered'; economy. According to ...
Fast food workers and their supporters protest outside a McDonald's before dawn in Chicago as a day of similar actions kicked off Thursday. "On strike. Shut it down! Chicago is a union town!" read the twitter message attached to this photo. (Credit: @fightfor15 / ...
Protesters shouted slogans against McDonald's in front of a restaurant in Times Square on Wednesday. Organizers say walkouts at fast-food restaurants are planned in 100 cities today, with rallies set for another 100 cities. (Eduardo ...
Fast-food strike: A nationwide fast-food strike started early Thursday in Detroit, Atlanta, and dozens of other cities. The strike is organized by labor unions pushing for higher ...
compromise on the food security issue and the deal at Bali has to be fair and balanced, Commerce Minister, Anand Sharma said after taking a firm stance on the issue. It is better not to have an agreement rather than have bad one, he ...
ASHWAUBENON, Wis.-The Oneida Casino is adding more restaurants to its properties in Green Bay and Ashwaubenon (ash-WAH'-beh-non) as part of its $28 million renovation and expansion. At the casino attached to the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, the Oneida will add a bar and grill named for legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi. It will include memorabilia from the Lombardi ...
Demonstrators protesting what they say are low wages and improper treatment for fast-food workers stand near a McDonald's restaurant in downtown Seattle, ...
/enpproperty--> Many birds have been caught by fowling nets and sold to restaurants near Nanchang Zoo in Jiangxi province. Local residents said that December to March is the best time for bird hunting in Nanchang, and dead birds can frequently be seen hanging in the nets near the zoo. Hunting for wild birds is illegal. Most of the culvers, pheasants, peacocks and other birds were netted ...
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said that meat from the slaughtered three-year old bull was sold and eaten last year. It is thought the meat, likely to have ended up in a pie or burger, was sold in ...
Dec. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - From decadent dinners to sinful snacks, the holiday season offers a bounty of culinary temptations. According to an Udi's Healthy Foods poll, 39 per cent of Canadians surveyed will abandon their diets over the holidays. If you're one of many Canadians following a special diet due to a food sensitivity or intolerance, resisting temptation and avoiding ...
When it comes to Iran's nuclear weapons program, the only difference between them is this: Ahmadinejad was a wolf in wolf's clothing, Rouhani is a wolf in sheep's clothing, a wolf who thinks he can pull the wool over the eyes of the international community.
The chief lobbyist for the National Retail Federation was speaking about talks to end the U.S. government shutdown.
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21 people set themselves on fire in Cleveland to set the Guinness World Record for "most people performing full body burns."
The 21 burners gathered in the parking lot of a local restaurant on the banks of the Cuyahoga River, clad in fireproof gel suit under layers of cotton and wool to set the record, the New York Daily News reported.
The 32-second stunt, which featured the burners marching back and forth across the lot with their arms extended like blazing airplanes, ended with a stop, drop and roll.
Cleveland printing company, Hotcards, staged the spectacle to spark interest in the city's resurgence and raise money for the Cleveland Foodbank and Brick by Brick.
The 21-person burner team, which record eclipses the previous record of 17 people, consisted of local CEOs, politicians, a funeral director, minister and radio DJ. (ANI)
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