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Thanksgiving Cooks Serve up a Side of Safety to Loved Ones

Taste and safety should go hand-in-hand; look for Underwriters Laboratories' safety Mark and have a safer Thanksgiving NORTHBROOK, Ill., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- If you are like most Thanksgiving chefs, you find a way to create culinary magic while working in potentially perilous co...

National Battle of the Hospital Chefs Cooks Up a Winner

CHICAGO, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- With audience members cheering and famous Chicago chefs watching their every move, the competition was like a pressure cooker for the finalists at Consorta's Battle of the Hospital Chefs. Chef William Read, however, was as cool as the organic cucumbers he ser...

Chinese Cooks Spoil the Broth

Little kindergartners did not know what they were in for, as they tucked into appetizing breakfast on Thursday at a private school. No sooner, they had to be rushed to the// hospital due to food poisoning. This is certainly not a rare case of food poisoning in China. Many cooks in china have been p...

Radiofrequency Energy Cooks Tumors Without Surgery

Research conducted at the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center shows that by using radiofrequency energy, doctors can now "cook" tumors without actually removing them. The non-surgical technique, used increasingly for kidney and liver cancers, can also be used on cancers elsewhere in the human bod...

Breast CT Scanner Could Improve Cancer Screen Comfort

...new scanner could be used to perform image-guided therapies such as the technique known as radiofrequency ablation. "It literally heats up the tissue, cooks the tumor and kills the tumor," he said. It may help some women avoid lumpectomy and follow-up radiation therapy. "The concept is good," said Dr. C...

The Canned Food Alliance Answers the Call for 'Back To Basics' With Essential Kitchen Toolkit

... At-Home Economics, into practice in their own kitchens," said Rich Tavoletti, executive director, the Canned Food Alliance. "We're offering all home cooks the Essential Kitchen Toolkit so they can make nutritious, delicious family meals that incorporate canned foods - even when in a hurry. Convenient...

Report Finds Faith Organizations Building Community, Improving Health Through Healthy Foods

...iples of Islam. Central Baptist Church and Bethlehem Baptist Church of Columbia, S.C., runs the "Dash of Faith" cooking program to help church cooks prepare healthier foods. Sixteen Interfaith Communities in Eugene, Ore., connect urban residents with local farmers and community-supported ag...

DC101 Chili Cook-Off Promises Spicy Chili & Hot Bands

...e-day rock festival featuring top bands and dozens of the area's best chili cooks competing for top honors. The event is set for Saturday, May 16, 2009, from...." The Chili Cook-Off features a fierce competition between 101 chili cooks in four categories: Red Chili, Green Chili, Freestyle, and Salsa. The winne...

'Life-Changing' Podcast Celebrates Its 100th Episode with Food for Thought on Eating Healthfully in a Recession

...e gloom-and-doom financial forecasts, the hopeful and pragmatic message of the "Food for Thought" podcast by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau of Compassionate cooks stands out SAN FRANCISCO, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- "If we don't have time to be sick, then we have to make time to be healthy" is how Colleen Pat...

School Lunches Too Fatty and Sugary, Critics Say

...rovements in the presentation of fruits and vegetables could make these items more appealing to children," they wrote. The study suggested that school cooks use whole-grain flours to prepare pizza crusts and mix whole-grain and regular pasta in pasta-based entrees and that school lunchrooms control the ava...
Cooks in Biological News

Ceramic material revs up microwaving

...n a microwave. A rice cooker made of this material cooked rice in half the time it normally takes in a non-heating microwave rice cooker. "Rice cooks very well with these dishes," says Komarneni who is also a member of Penn State's Materials Research Institute. "Dishes heated by themselves or with f...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 16, 2008

...e new study, Kikue Kubota and colleagues note that cooks have long recognized celerys remarkable ability to... online The American Chemical Societys workshop, cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate provided ...icles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips ...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 9, 2008

...ACS Chocolate Workshop now online The American Chemical Societys workshop, cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate provided reporters with a delectab... includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully us...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 2, 2008

...CS Chocolate Workshop now online The American Chemical Societys workshop, cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate provided reporters with a delectab... includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully us...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 19, 2007

...CS Chocolate Workshop now online The American Chemical Societys workshop, cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate provided reporters with a delectab... includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully us...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 12, 2007

...CS Chocolate Workshop now online The American Chemical Societys workshop, cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate provided reporters with a delectab... includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully us...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 5, 2007

...CS' Chocolate Workshop now online The American Chemical Societys workshop cooks with Chemistry The Elements of Chocolate [ http://acselementsofchocolate.t... includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully us...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 28, 2007

...t from this event to news media unable to attend the workshop. The material includes ACS journal articles about the chemistry of chocolate; advice for cooks who run into trouble with chocolate recipes; tips on how to successfully use new chocolates in old favorite recipes; and a fascinating comparison of t...

Pollutant haze heats the Arctic

... they are absent," says Garrett. Smaller cloud droplets making the cloud a better blanket is the same physical behavior that explains why a potato cooks faster in a microwave oven if it is cut into smaller pieces. "Same amount of potato, but more efficient cooking, because more of the interior of the p...
Cooks in Biological Technology

Just Say No To Charcoal! New Eco-Friendly Alternative Grills Faster, Burns Cleaner And Greener

... the time needed to arrange and light coals. From ignition to cooking, the FlameDisk saves roughly a half hour of wait time while giving eco-conscious cooks a green grilling alternative. Once lit, the disk will continue to burn for at least 40 minutes--ample time to cook any burger, hot dog, porterhouse...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular compounds," cooks said. "Some of the residues left behind are from naturally occurring compounds in the skin and some are from other surfaces or materials a person has ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular compounds," cooks said. "Some of the residues left behind are from naturally occurring compounds in the skin and some are from other surfaces or materials a person has ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

...imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular compounds," cooks said. "Some of the residues left behind are from naturally occurring compounds in the skin and some are from other surfaces or materials a person has ...

Scientist takes back patents and develops product others ignored

...good timing for them, Cook said. The venture The three co-founded OvaTech Inc. (originally August, LLC) in August 2001. The company commercializes cooks patented antibody, anti-phospholipase or aPLA2, which improves feed and growth efficiency in livestock. The company hopes that its product will replac...

An upside down view of the future

...f Lord of the Rings film fame. It is difficult for me not to get a fresh perspective on things here. Wellington is located at the serious end of the cooks Strait, which appears to be one of the worlds biggest natural wind tunnels. Im told it is absolutely howling here much of the time winds sometimes so...
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