It is recommended that you only have two to three ounces of beef at a sitting. In one piece, that is about the size of a deck of playing cards. I don’t know about you, but that doesn’t look like much beef to me. Continue reading Slice Your Steak, Fool Your Stomach
I read this article on the CBC site, BC Bakery caught selling mislabeled organic bread. Continue reading Consumers Must Hold Government Inspectors Responsible
I recently read an article on the CBC site.
In case the link dies, the thrust of the article is that large portion of China’s agricultural land is becoming more and more polluted to the point that food grown in those areas is tainted. It also discusses how that food is being sold regardless of this hazard. Continue reading Is International Trade Affecting the Safety of Our Food?
I have posted about Peppered Salmon before and I posted in detail how to prepare at Smoking Meat Forums. Continue reading A Change From Turkey, Peppered Salmon
If you have time to cook regularly, you just have good food around. This morning for breakfast I took two slices of home made back bacon (Americans call it Canadian bacon) and threw them in a frying pan. As they are precooked, they only take a minute. While they were heating, I toasted a home made sourdough English muffin, a cheese slice and I had a breakfast sandwich that would make any fast food joint jealous. Continue reading Breakfast Sandwich, Home Cooked Fast Food
I hope your holidays are going as well as mine. We have decorated our tree. I have finished my Christmas Shopping. The volunteers from the Cancer Society have wrapped them and I got to donate to a good cause. When I got home from the last of my shopping, my wife had made me a lasagna dinner. Life is good. Continue reading Great Wife, Great Life
Researchers at the University of Alberta have found levels of lead in teas that are dangerous to unborn babies. The levels were highest in teas from China. They opine that the pollution from burning coal has accumulated in the tea plants. They warn that as few as 3 cups could affect unborn babies.
The article does state that the levels are not likely high enough to affect adults.
I just can’t do without my cup of tea. Sigh, I guess I will have to look for teas from Ceylon or India.
The Old Fat Guy
I don’t know about you but I really hate the Christmas shopping that begins on Black Friday and all the commercialism. I always seem to pick gifts that end up in somebody’s drawer never to be seen again. Even worse, I receive clothes that are the wrong size or have Rudolph on them with a nose that lights up. The last thing I need is more stuff and the same goes for most of my adult friends and relatives. Continue reading Beat Black Friday, Give Food