Supported by an anonymous benefactor who donated $320,000, researcher Mark Post is finally ready to serve up hamburger made from meat grown in a culture dish. The tasting will be conducted in front of an invited audience in London on August 5.
You might find the logo, nay, the NAME of this new hamburger joint hauntingly familiar, especially if you are a fan of the Simpsons. Just opened on the Costa del Sol for your fast food fancy... but, wait ... "Krasty?"
As the clash over 'pink slime' continues, some meat producers asked the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture for the ability to label packages of beef treated with ammonia, also known as lean finely textured beef (LFTB) or "pink slime".
A nutritionist in southern Ontario purchased a plain cheeseburger from McDonald's one year ago. What happened a year later? Absolutely nothing. The cheeseburger remained unchanged for 365-plus days.
When I first saw the ad for Friendly's Ultimate Grilled Cheese Burger Melt on TV last night, I doubled up in laughter. It's a huge burger stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches, with a slice of tomato and lettuce.
Purdue University won the annual national Rube Goldberg Machine Contest today, where university level engineers compete by assembling machines to complete assigned tasks. This years task? Making a hamburger.
The very inexpensive admission price to the old Mission and other historic sites allows visitors to splurge on a delicious fresh grilled all-beef, right from Sonoma hamburger. And, if you sit on the patio out back, the view of the historic compound is perfect, especially on a sunny day.