A $332,000 burger made from stem cells of living cow grown in the lab is about to undergo a taste test today. The pricey artificial test-tube meat faces the criterion of acceptance by human taste buds.
Aug 5 2013, 3:25am CDT
Source: Business Journal of Phoenix
There’s a certain degree of uncertainty when a new restaurant opens, but when it’s burgers for $10 in the lobby of your building, you don't hesitate.
Burger Joint Chicago opened today at on the ground floor of the U.S. Bank building in Phoenix, at the corner of First Avenue and Adams Street. Workers first posted “coming soon” signs in November 2013, so since the day had finally come, a pilgrimage was in order for the some of the Business Journal editorial staff, whose office is 23 ...
Full article at: Business Journal of Phoenix
2 days ago, 4:59pm CDT
Source: Yahoo! Shine Food
A great burger is really about the meat, but what if you’re stuck at a cookout with nothing but those stacks of frozen patties? Here are 13 ways to smother your less-than-stellar burger ...
Full article at: Yahoo! Shine Food
Jul 16 2014, 10:00am CDT
Here at Sandwich Monday, we love exploring the many varied cuisines of the world ...
Full article at: WYPR
Jul 14 2014, 3:00pm CDT
Source: Channel News Asia
JOHANNESBURG: South African Nobel Prize-winning writer and anti-apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer, who became an icon through her unique insights into the country's social agonies, has died at the age of 90.Through 15 novels, several volumes of short stories, non-fiction and other works published in 40 languages around the world, Gordimer eviscerated white-minority rule under the apartheid system and its aftershocks once democracy had been achieved in 1994. ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia
Jul 14 2014, 1:41pm CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
Nadine Gordimer—South African writer of 15 novels, 21 collections of short stories, five essay collections, and several other works—died yesterday at the age of 90. For more than 60 years, Gordimer wrote about the political, racial, medical, and societal afflictions that were plaguing her home country. She repeatedly examined the injustice of aparthei ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
Jul 14 2014, 12:29pm CDT
Artificial meat may be a futuristic invention of scientific man, yet the future is not far off. In fact it is already here. After a lot of laboratory testing, the world’s first in vitro burger may not lie in the realm of science fiction anymore.
May 13 2013, 8:38am CDT