Blog Archives for category COUNTRIES

Man arrested after scamming food from finger nicken good KFC for a year

A bloke has been hailed as “hero” online after he pretended to be from head office to get free KFC… Continue reading »

Kentucky Wild Turkey Bourbon gets a tech adjustment

Wild Turkey The Wild Turkey visitor’s center in Lawrenceburg, KY. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is a big draw to visitors… Continue reading »

Student dies overnight after eating five day old pasta that had been left out

A student died after eating leftover pasta that had been left on his kitchen benchtop for five days without refridgeration… Continue reading »

One Man’s Quest to make 20-Year-Old Rum in just only Six Days

From the outside, the Lost Spirits Distillery is just another boxy, early-20th-century building along the frayed edge of downtown Los… Continue reading »

$7 cheap white from West Australia wins top wine award out of 2,500 entries

Wines made from the big supermarket chains dominate retail shelves across the country and now seem set to control Australia’s… Continue reading »

Farmed Norwegian Salmon is the World’s Most Toxic Food

 Farmed Norwegian Salmon World’s Most Toxic Food Chef Marcus Guiliano is an award-winning chef, green restaurateur, author, healthy food… Continue reading »

China Was Growing Domestic Rice 9,500 Years Ago

A new report shows evidence that prehistoric hamlets in the area around Shangshan of southern China were growing half-domesticated rice… Continue reading »

POLISH FOOD COOKING ADVENTURE IN VIDEOS & PICS-SERIES 1 of 10 RECIPES

About Polish food Traditional Polish fare is a blend of Slavic influences, while it also shares roots with French and… Continue reading »

BROTHS & SOUPS MADE FROM MEAT BONES TO HEAL YOUR BODY

There’s an expression used in Latin American kitchens that sums up the mystical power of a good bone broth. “Good… Continue reading »

What Gordon Ramsay Ate In Vietnam Is Insanely Disturbing…What Did It Taste Like?

Gordon Ramsay has earned himself a reputation as a celebrity chef with an adventurous palate. While this makes for great… Continue reading »