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In a new twist to the Evanger's dog food story today, it has been learned that horse-meat may have been the source of the barbiturate found in the company's Hunks of Beef canned dog food. Evanger's is blaming their supplier and strangely, the FDA.

Neraki named Best Greek Restaurant by Best of Long Island in 2017

On February 21, it was announced by the "Best of Long Island Press" that Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill has been named "Best Greek Restaurant on Long Island."

PHAC investigating norovirus outbreak linked to B.C. oysters

A norovirus outbreak linked to B.C. oysters is now under federal investigation with PHAC taking the leadership role prompted by cases being reported in Ontario and Alberta, as well as B.C.

Great-grandson to reinvent iconic three-star French restaurant

The Troisgros restaurant, a veritable shrine to France's haute cuisine, is pulling out of the town it put on the map thanks to the three Michelin stars it has boasted since 1968.

DC restaurants to close in immigrant solidarity show

Some of the US capital's finest restaurants are putting their money where their mouths are: shutting down for a day to protest President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant policies.

More dog food recalled because of phenobarbital contamination

We have a second dog food recall, this time by Against the Grain Pet Food Inc. because of the finding of phenobarbital. This comes in the wake of an initial recall by Evanger's dog food. It seems that members of the same family own both companies.

String of cheese recalls growing nationwide over Listeria fears

After routine testing of Colby cheese revealed the presence of Listeria monocytogenes January 30, a variety of Sargento, Meijer, and Amish Classics cheese products were recalled. The recall list has now expanded to include additional brands.

Sargento, Meijer and other cheeses recalled due to Listeria

Routine testing by Tennessee food inspectors has discovered Listeria monocytogenes in Colby cheese, triggering recalls of a variety of Sargento, Meijer, and Amish Classics cheese products.

'Our food, our stories': bringing west African cuisine to the world

It took a move to the United States from Ghana to convince food entrepreneur Essie Bartels that the world deserved to know more about west African cuisine. "You would always end up having to put on tons of stuff -- hot sauce, lots of salt, pepper.

Canada: Recall of one type of Loblaw baby food nationwide

Loblaw Companies Ltd is recalling one specific lot code of PC Organics brand Apple, Blueberry & Green Pea strained baby food from the marketplace because of possible contamination with Clostridium botulinum.

FSIS OKs use of beef hearts in ground beef but not on label

The US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has pulled a fast one on the American consumer, quietly ending a 40-year rule against using beef hearts and tongue in ground beef.

Review: Chopped champion Maria Petridis featured on 'G Thing' with Mr. G Special

Bayside chef, Maria Petridis, who recently won "Chopped" on the Food Network, has been featured on "G Thing," which is hosted by Mr. G, PIX11's weatherman.

Farmingdale pizzeria Pays It Forward, donates 1,000 pizza slices Special

Farmingdale pizzeria owner Dan Romano has a major reason to celebrate. He had donated a total of 1,000 pizza as part of his "Pay It Forward" project.

Op-Ed: Ancient Grains get the spotlight at annual Winter Food Show Special

This past weekend, Pereg Natural Foods featured among its culinary delights the ancient grains of Farro and Freekeh. These little-known grains in the West are joining the ranks of popular healthier grain-alternatives like quinoa.

GMO apples that never turn brown to hit Midwest stores soon

Golden delicious apple lovers in the Midwest will be able to purchase apples that have been genetically modified to not turn brown after they are sliced. The GMO apples are being test-marketed in 10 stores starting in February this year.

E. coli outbreak in Canada under investigation — Warning issued

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), in collaboration with federal and provincial public health partners, is investigating an outbreak of Escherichia coli, called E. coli O121. The source of the outbreak has not been identified.

Something 'fishy' going on at LA sushi restaurants: study

Next time you order halibut, red snapper or yellowfin tuna at a sushi restaurant in the Los Angeles area, you may want to ask for proof of what's on your plate.

Tampa Food Not Bombs activists arrested for feeding the hungry

Seven volunteers for Tampa Food Not Bombs, part of a loose-knit network sharing vegan and vegetarian meals with hungry people around the world, were arrested on Saturday for serving food in a park without a permit.

The little something that makes France's New Year cake

All over France this month millions of children will excitedly bite into a flaky pastry cake hoping to come upon a tiny toy or trinket.

Just Eat delivery driver delivers cold tablets to customer

Just Eat connects hungry customers to independent take-out food restaurants. Recently, one customer requested medicine with their order.

Kalamaki wins 'Best Greek Restaurant' in 2017 'Best of Queens'

Kalamaki GR has a major reason to celebrate. It has been named "Best Greek Restaurant" in the borough of Queens, New York.

Brews brothers: Norman monks revive ancient beer tradition

Behind the centuries-old stone walls of a Benedictine monastery in northern France, monks are busy bringing a long-lost tradition back to life.

Anchovy-stuffed olives from Spain recalled in U.S., Canada

American Roland Food Corp. of New York, NY, in cooperation with the manufacturer in Spain, is recalling one lot of Roland Manzanilla Olives Stuffed with Anchovies due to a product quality issue. The recall covers the U.S. and Canada.

DxE open rescue: Working toward 'total animal liberation' Special

It was a busy year at Direct Action Everywhere (DxE), the Berkeley-based animal rights group working to save animals from suffering and slaughter around the world and to raise awareness among our own species of the inherent cruelty of animal agriculture.

Carnegie Deli, a New York institution, closes its doors

For 79 years it reigned as a New York culinary institution: the Carnegie Deli, frequented by locals and visitors for its ginormous sandwiches, and immortalized in the Woody Allen movie "Broadway Danny Rose.

Nigeria's 'plastic rice' real but inedible

Around 100 bags of "plastic rice" seized in Lagos have turned out to contain real but contaminated rice, authorities said Friday in Nigeria, where prices for the staple have rocketed.Tests on the rice have shown that the product is "not plastic but ......

Taiwan prisoners turn artisan chefs as 'jail food' takes off

If it were not for the locked doors, knives chained to the table and uniformed staff, the food factory inside Taoyuan women's prison would resemble any commercial kitchen.

Britain gets creative in fighting rampant food waste

One of Europe's worst offenders on food waste, Britain is beginning to get its act together thanks to a surge in volunteer initiatives that help the poor as well as creating a bit of seasonal cheer."That's what I come out for, to have a little chat...

Maria Petridis crowned 'Chopped' Champion on Food Network show Special

Bayside chef Maria Petridis has been crowned "Chopped" champion last night after triumphing in the competition show on the Food Network.

China's Sichuan cannot get enough spicy marinated rabbit heads

Chinese diners greedily crack open delicate rabbit skulls and slurp down their contents, tucking into a delicacy so popular in one province that it has to import its supplies from France.

Op-Ed: Neraki is New York's best Greek restaurant of 2016

Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill, located in Huntington, Long Island, is the best Greek restaurant in New York State for 2016.
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