• Food

    Knife Fight: Amy’s Baking Co. In The Spotlight Again

    by  • 29 September, 2014 • Celeb, Crime, Food • 0 Comments

    Samy Bouzaglo

    Any publicity is good publicity… A notoriously hotheaded restaurant owner who feuded with chef Gordon Ramsay on “Kitchen Nightmares” chased a drunk customer out of his restaurant and threatened him with a knife, authorities said. Samy Bouzaglo, who runs Amy’s Baking Company, waved a knife and screamed profanities as he ran the patron out...

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    Man Barges Into Food Warehouse, Beheads Woman

    by  • 26 September, 2014 • Crime, Food • 2 Comments

    Alton Nolen

    Workplace violence or something more… A knife-wielding man barged into an Oklahoma food distribution plant and stabbed two workers — one fatally — before an off-duty cop took down the attacker. Alton Nolen beheaded a woman at Moore’s Vaughan Foods, CNN reported, and tried to kill another during the Thursday afternoon attack. Moore police...

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    Record Crop Could Spell Lower Meat Prices

    by  • 21 September, 2014 • Economy, Food • 1 Comment

    happy piggy

    In time that is… The US Department of Agriculture is forecasting record crops this year for corn and soybeans, the two largest US crops in terms of production. Unless there is a devastating freeze or torrential rains before the harvest ends, corn production is projected at 366 million tonnes and soybeans at 106.5 million...

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    Wine From World’s Oldest Wine Cellar Still Has Distinctive Taste

    by  • 20 September, 2014 • Culture, Food • 0 Comments

    Wine_Cellar_Bronze_Age_Actual

    “Wine production, distribution, and consumption are thought to have played a role in the lives of those living in the Mediterranean and Near East during the Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BC). However, until now there was little archaeological evidence about Bronze Age wine available to support art and documentation about the role wine played...

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    San Francisco Restauranteur On Quest to Be Yelp’s Lowest Rated Restaurant

    by  • 18 September, 2014 • Culture, Food • 1 Comment

    mr. bean

    From ABC News: Davide Cerretini’s business strategy is one that most restaurant owners probably wouldn’t endorse: trying to become Yelp’s lowest-rated restaurant in the San Francisco area. “I really don’t want to be in the Yelp listing,” Cerretini told ABC News. “So we decided if you can’t beat them, try to play the same...

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    Teen Arrested For Adding Nuts To Pizza Topping

    by  • 16 September, 2014 • Crime, Food • 0 Comments

    austinsymonds

    Anyone who’d ruin a bacon pizza with pineapple deserves the pubes… SEPTEMBER 16—Angered that a customer called in a pizza order right before closing time, a Texas teenager allegedly rubbed his genitals on the patron’s pie as he prepared the takeout order, police allege. Brent Bradley told cops that when he arrived at Papa...

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    Cannibal Ex-Con Kills And Eats Ex-Girlfriend

    by  • 16 September, 2014 • Crime, Food • 0 Comments

    Joseph Oberhansley

    Braaaains… A convicted Indiana killer out on bail allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend’s house and stabbed her to death — before eating her heart, lungs and brain. Joseph Oberhansley, 33, is accused of trying to force his way into 46-year-old Tammy Jo Blanton’s Jeffersonville home at 3 a.m. Thursday. Cops were called and he...

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