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Recipes from 'Chef Supreme: Martin Ginsburg'updated: Tue Dec 13 2011 18:57:00

Recipes excerpted from "Chef Supreme: Martin Ginsburg," Copyright 2011, by permission of Supreme Court Historical Society

North Carolina poultry company recalls cooked chickenupdated: Fri Dec 09 2011 17:36:00

A North Carolina poultry company is recalling approximately 4,000 pounds of cooked chicken breasts that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Well-done red meat linked to aggressive prostate cancer updated: Wed Nov 23 2011 17:03:00

Cardiologists and other doctors already view artery-clogging red meat as a villain, and they now have another reason to urge their patients to steer clear: A new study has found that men have a higher risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer if they consume a lot of ground beef and other red meat -- especially if the meat is grilled or well-done.

Inexpensive ideas for holiday party foodupdated: Mon Nov 21 2011 11:45:00

Don't let sky-high food-and-drink bills crash your party. These affordable strategies let you scrimp without looking like Scrooge.

The world's best hangover foodupdated: Thu May 12 2011 08:10:00

Saturday night: no matter where you live, you'll run into pressure to make the most of it. So you hit the club. You take in the concert. You do the afterparty. You drink the booze, you drink the booze, you drink the booze.

Husband quietly captures the kitchenupdated: Fri May 06 2011 08:56:00

One afternoon a few months ago, my husband walked into the house carrying a cookbook and then stood in the kitchen for a long time, turning the pages, reading it. This was interesting. He looked deeply absorbed.

Bacteria seen in nearly half of U.S. meatupdated: Fri Apr 15 2011 09:03:00

Almost half of the meat and poultry sold at U.S. supermarkets and grocery stores contains a type of bacteria that is potentially harmful to humans, a new study estimates.

Study: U.S. meat supply taintedupdated: Fri Apr 15 2011 09:03:00

A new study claims that nearly half the U.S. meat supply is contaminated with staph. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.

CNNMoney: Beef prices soarupdated: Thu Mar 31 2011 14:07:00

If you're already shocked by how much your favorite cut of beef costs at the supermarket, brace yourself because prices will keep going up.

The grass-fed vs. grain-fed beef debateupdated: Tue Mar 29 2011 07:54:00

A large herd's worth of beef cattle has passed through the Cooking Light Test Kitchen over the past 24 years, almost all of it standard-issue, grain-fed supermarket meat.

7 tons of ground beef recalled due to possible E. coliupdated: Thu Mar 10 2011 18:05:00

A Kansas company has recalled more than 14,000 pounds of ground beef due to possible E. coli contamination, federal authorities have announced.

40 cuts of meat, poultry to offer nutritional informationupdated: Wed Dec 29 2010 13:34:00

Nutritional information will be featured on 40 of the most popular cuts of meat and poultry products by 2012, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said in a statement Wednesday.

Texas firm recalls turkey breast productsupdated: Mon Nov 15 2010 09:07:00

A Texas firm has recalled about 2,600 pounds of fully cooked, ready-to-eat smoked turkey breast products because they may be contaminated with bacteria that can cause a potentially fatal disease.

Does wild game meat cause the same health problems as red meat?updated: Fri Oct 29 2010 11:01:00

Does wild game meat (deer, elk, antelope, etc.) cause the same health problems typically associated with red meat consumption or are its health benefits more akin to eating fish or chicken?

Nationwide meat recall announcedupdated: Tue Aug 24 2010 14:06:00

Zemco Industries in Buffalo, New York, has recalled approximately 380,000 pounds of deli meat that may be contaminated with bacteria that can cause a potentially fatal disease, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday.

CNNMoney: Bacon prices sizzle. Consumers feel the heat.updated: Tue Aug 24 2010 09:22:00

Bringing home the bacon is getting more expensive.

Love red meat? Cutting back just a bit helps heartupdated: Mon Aug 16 2010 17:52:00

Eating too much red meat has long been a no-no for people with high cholesterol and other risk factors for heart disease. But it hasn't always been clear how much is too much.

Growing in wealth, South Africa battles obesityupdated: Fri Jul 09 2010 08:05:00

In restaurants in this township outside Cape Town, South Africa, barbecue grills crackle with chains of sausage, marinated chicken quarters and boulder-sized slabs of beef and lamb.

66,000 pounds of bison meat recalledupdated: Sat Jul 03 2010 23:14:00

A Colorado company is recalling about 66,000 pounds of ground and tenderized steak bison meat that may be contaminated with a potentially deadly strain of E. coli, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

Recipe Makeover: Cast-iron burgersupdated: Mon Jun 21 2010 16:32:00

Summer means outdoor activities and more cookouts, so it also means more hamburgers.

Foodies in the Field: All-night L.A. eateriesupdated: Thu Apr 15 2010 07:56:00

I've been a photojournalist for CNN since before it went on the air in 1980. My work has taken me to war zones around the world, where I've sampled mystery meats I can't identify to this day.

Fast-food chains adapt to local tastesupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 10:18:00

After thousands of years of civilization, finally India has Crunchwraps.

Recipe Makeover: Meatloaf with ketchupupdated: Wed Apr 07 2010 10:34:00

Meatloaf is a family favorite and with good reason.

A 'dude' explains why salad is 'man food'updated: Mon Mar 22 2010 09:19:00

Real men eat salads. I know this because I am a dude. Right now, in my fridge, I have five bottles of hot sauce, a jar of Cheez Whiz and half a pack of hot dogs. But recently I went to lunch with a couple of buds, and I ordered a salad. I ordered it hard.

2 dead, 28 sick from E. coli outbreakupdated: Tue Nov 03 2009 14:37:00

Two people have died and 28 people have fallen ill with matching strains of E. coli after an outbreak in ground beef, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

Meat free Mondayupdated: Mon Aug 10 2009 04:37:00

Who is greener? A vegan who drives an SUV or a meat-eater who drives a hybrid? CNN's Kristie Lu Stout breaks it down.

In-vitro meat: Would lab-burgers be better for us and the planet?updated: Mon Aug 10 2009 04:37:00

Meat is murder? Well, perhaps not for much longer.

How to dine out without hurting your heartupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 12:19:00

Americans talk a good game about wanting to eat well. More than 75 percent claim they want to see more healthy options on restaurant menus. But when it comes time to order, only about half say they actually make nutritious choices, according to a recent survey.

Want to live longer? Cut back on red meatupdated: Tue Mar 24 2009 10:58:00

Burger lovers beware: People who eat red meat every day have a higher risk of dying over a 10-year period -- mostly because of cardiovascular disease or cancer --than their peers who eat less red or processed meat, according to a new study of about half a million people.

Red meat and lifespanupdated: Tue Mar 24 2009 10:58:00

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains why your favorite steak could be the death of you.

How to buy the best beefupdated: Tue Jan 20 2009 10:57:00

Americans love beef; we eat nearly 63 pounds per person each year. Although that's a lot, the amount is down from our 1976 high of 89 pounds. When buying beef, we tend to stick to what we know, which may be why almost 60 percent of our beef dollars go for ground beef. Even as an experienced chef, I often brought home familiar cuts. But researching my book, "Field Guide to Meat," led me to expand my repertoire to tasty, if less familiar, cuts like hanger steak and tri-tip. Soon you can do the same, knowing which cuts to choose for maximum flavor and nutrition.

Red meat linked to higher metabolic syndrome riskupdated: Tue Dec 09 2008 21:51:00

A study says eating too much red meat can increase your chance of getting conditions that lead to heart disease and diabetes. Middle-aged people who ate at least two servings of meat per day increased their risk of metabolic syndrome by 26 percent. The research was published in the January 22, 2008, issue of Circulation.

Red meat linked to metabolic syndromeupdated: Tue Nov 25 2008 14:07:00

A study says eating too much red meat can increase your chance of getting conditions that lead to heart disease and diabetes. Middle-aged people who ate at least two servings of meat per day increased their risk of metabolic syndrome by 26 percent. The research was published in the January 22, 2008, issue of Circulation. Restaurant Biz Expects Cost Increaseupdated: Mon Oct 13 2008 16:00:00

Restaurants, now working to secure supply and price contracts for meat and other commodities for the upcoming year, are expecting big increases in food costs

New food labels have loopholesupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 11:08:00

Starting today, companies will have to label the country of origin on foods, but Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on loopholes.

Fake your party food with takeoutupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 09:31:00

Whether you're hosting a formal party or just throwing together snacks for drinks with friends, we've got ideas for transforming carryout into crowd-pleasing cuisine. Everyone will assume your sink is stacked with dirty pots and pans. (And if you keep them out of the kitchen, they'll never know the truth.)

Bobby Chinn's recipesupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 05:21:00

To whet your appetite, here are a couple of Bobby Chin's favorite recipes from his book "Wild Wild East". More Nebraska Beef Recalledupdated: Sat Aug 09 2008 19:00:00

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Federal authorities last month assured consumers that a meat plant linked to nearly 50 illnesses caused by tainted ground beef had made enough changes after a recall to ensure that its products were safe. Less than a month later, the same processor has recalled 1.2 million pounds of other beef products that might have sickened more than 30 people.

Dog meat off the menuupdated: Tue Jul 15 2008 23:17:00

CNN's John Vause reports that Chinese officials have ordered all olympic restaurants to take dog meat off the menu.

South Korea backs off importing U.S. beefupdated: Tue Jun 03 2008 02:58:00

No U.S. beef will exported to South Korea until the countries agree on limiting shipments to meat from cattle of a certain age, South Korea's agriculture minister said Tuesday.

S. Korea delays U.S. beef importsupdated: Mon Jun 02 2008 08:26:00

South Korea is delaying its planned resumption of U.S beef imports in the face of mounting protests, state media said Monday.

Clashes over U.S. beef in S. Koreaupdated: Mon Jun 02 2008 08:25:00

Police in South Korea detained more than 200 protesters Sunday who clashed with officers over the country's decision to open its market to most U.S. beef, state media said.

South Korea to resume U.S. beef importsupdated: Thu May 29 2008 06:08:00

South Korea will open its market to most U.S. beef, a senior government official said Thursday, according to state media.

S. Korea leader 'baffled' by mad cow fearsupdated: Thu May 22 2008 08:50:00

South Korea's president has apologized on national television for failing to take on board concerns in his country about mad cow disease.

Cutting Fat and Caloriesupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 10:52:00

Substituting ingredients can help cut fat and calories from a recipe as Judy Fortin reports in this Health Minute.

Tasty tricks for cutting fat, calories from recipesupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 10:52:00

Mashed bananas or baby food prunes don't sound very appetizing on their own, but substitute one of those ingredients for the vegetable oil in a store-bought brownie mix and it will add moisture while cutting the fat and calories.

Products affected by beef recallupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 14:39:00

These products are subject to recall, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture:

Bad foods that are actually great for your waistupdated: Wed Jan 09 2008 16:05:00

If you've been avoiding burgers, ice cream, and pizza thinking you're doing your waistline a favor, don't. They can actually help you lose weight -- and keep it off, too. Here are the hidden slim-down perks of five foods that get a bad rap and the best way to add each one back into your diet.

Best new restaurants of 2007updated: Thu Dec 27 2007 16:03:00

As more and more of you dream and scheme your vacations around unforgettable meals, T+L has searched far and wide -- through eight cities across four continents, to be precise -- to unearth the world's greatest new dining experiences.

How to make a first-class sandwichupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 14:15:00

It's a given that most airlines don't serve meals, and airport to-go options are pathetic, so your best bet is to pack your own eats. But if you're bringing a sandwich on board (the best option because it doesn't need a container or utensils), you have to build it to last. After all, you probably won't be eating the darn thing for at least three hours. US Tightens Regs on Meat Importsupdated: Sat Nov 03 2007 20:00:00

S. regulators have tightened restrictions on meat and poultry products from Canada because of concerns about testing practices at a Canadian firm

Report: Red meat cancer riskupdated: Sat Nov 03 2007 12:46:00

A major report says obesity and alcohol raise your chances of getting cancer. ITN's Sue Saville reports

CNNMoney: Government: U.S. beef safest in the worldupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 08:46:00

The nation's meat supply is "the safest in the world," a U.S. agriculture official said Monday, seeking to reassure consumers following the recall of 21.7 million pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with E.coli bacteria. Greg Beaton: A look at the competitive eating record bookupdated: Tue Jul 03 2007 03:57:00

The NFL has the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the NHL has the Stanley Cup -- and Major League Eating has the Yellow Mustard Belt, which is up for grabs again this July 4 in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on New York's Coney Island. The event will be as hotly-contested as ever as American fan favorite Joey Chestnut seeks to take down Takeru Kobayashi's hot dog dynasty.

FSB: Another duck on the barbie?updated: Fri Jun 08 2007 02:31:00

Celebrate Dad with the latest high-end meats, cured and cut by small companies.

Burgers -- We're loving themupdated: Wed Nov 01 2006 03:29:00

In a couple of weeks a movie about the evils of fast food will open across the United States. "Fast Food Nation" -- based on the bestseller of the same title by Eric Schlosser -- has an all-star cast and horror tales aplenty about contaminated meat and the tribulations of illegal Mexican slaughterhouse workers.

Too busy to cook? Not so fastupdated: Thu Sep 07 2006 15:36:00

A busy life can put the squeeze on healthy eating. But that doesn't have to be the case, according to Billy Strynkowski, executive chef of Cooking Light magazine. He says cooking healthy, tasty meals at home can be done in 20 minutes or less.

EU lifts ban on UK beef exportsupdated: Wed May 03 2006 05:50:00

British beef producers are beginning their long battle to win back European Union customers after a decade-old export ban was officially lifted.

Business 2.0: Sexing Up a Piece of Meatupdated: Sat Apr 01 2006 00:01:00

The tiny town of Bolinas, Calif., has always enjoyed a renown far out of proportion to its population. An hour's drive north of San Francisco along a cinematic coastal highway, the 1,400-person ham...

CNNMoney: Thanksgiving delight: Pass the ostrichupdated: Wed Nov 16 2005 16:54:00

Is there really any substitute for the Thanksgiving turkey?

D.C. dining on a dimeupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 11:11:00

We searched Washington, D.C., for the ultimate value meal: great tasting, excellent service, unique atmosphere, and -- hardest of all -- close to the sites and attractions you want to see.

CNNMoney: Trump tackles pizzaupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 09:18:00

A meat and cheese pizza, like the ones developed by the two teams in Thursday's episode of the Donald Trump reality show "The Apprentice," went on sale Friday at Domino's Pizza stores nationwide.

Holiday recipesupdated: Mon Dec 13 2004 16:16:00

Here are some of the recipes mentioned in the article "Flavors for the holidays":

Money Magazine: Steak, First Classupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

Whatever the Atkins diet has done for the American waistline, it has indisputably loosened the American attitude toward red meat. Eating steak is morally and nutritionally correct once again. It's ...

Tips for safer, healthier holiday grillingupdated: Fri Jul 02 2004 13:16:00

Backyard chefs may be slathering ribs with a little salmonella and sauce this Independence Day if they aren't careful, food groups have warned.

CNNMoney: Of carbs and fadsupdated: Fri Jan 16 2004 07:45:00

The low-carb thing is getting pretty silly.

FSB: Cuts Above Prime beef is scarcer than ever. If you're a meat lover, you can either lower your standards or eat updated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Beef may be what's for dinner, but if you want to find a topnotch steak, you'll need to look a little harder these days. Since late spring the U.S. has been hit with the biggest shortage of prime b...

Business 2.0: Come Hungry, Leave Happyupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Veteran attendees know the drill: Don't snack before going to the Fancy Food Expo held in New York each summer. The premier gathering for those who buy and sell gourmet food products, the Expo disp...

Money Magazine: The Tickerupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

DELI PICKLE Where's deflation when you really need it? Katz's Delicatessen in New York City recently informed patrons that it had to raise the price of its legendary pastrami sandwich by 45¢, to $1...

FSB: Sandwich Superheroes Philadelphia's cheese-steak kings have fought for more than 30 years. Now they can't imagine life without eupdated: Sun Jun 01 2003 00:01:00

Phone rings in Frank Olivieri's office (a desk, a couch, a filing cabinet, and a door opening onto a concrete stoop in South Philadelphia), and Olivieri picks up. "Tell me where you are, and I'll t...

FSB: Bringing Home the Bacon A German made America's first national meat. And that's no baloney.updated: Thu May 01 2003 00:01:00

With backyard grilling season about to move into high gear, let's take a moment to acknowledge the Germans, who gave us the hamburger and the frankfurter (named after the cities of Hamburg and Fran...

Money Magazine: The Great American Steak From New York City to San Francisco, these steak houses serve up plenty of local flavor.updated: Sat Mar 01 2003 00:01:00

Steak house chain Ruth's Chris serves a great steak. The top-quality meat develops an appealing crust in the high-temperature broilers (designed by the late Ruth Fertel herself) and is served on a ...

Money Magazine: The Great American Steakupdated: Wed Feb 19 2003 14:02:00

Steak house chain Ruth's Chris serves a great steak. The top-quality meat develops an appealing crust in the high-temperature broilers (designed by the late Ruth Fertel herself) and is served on a platter of sizzling butter, making for a sensationally rich and tasty meal.

Money Magazine: Best American Steakhousesupdated: Tue Feb 18 2003 14:42:00

Steak house chain Ruth's Chris serves a great steak. The top-quality meat develops an appealing crust in the high-temperature broilers (designed by the late Ruth Fertel herself) and is served on a platter of sizzling butter, making for a sensationally rich and tasty meal.

Money Magazine: 'Cue Ratings Why good barbecue is worth traveling for--and where you can get it.updated: Sat Sep 01 2001 00:01:00

One bright summer afternoon in 1999, my buddy Sherman and I headed northeast out of Memphis and drove about 100 miles to the tiny Tennessee village of Cedar Grove. After fruitlessly cruising about ...

FSB: Only In... Our credo on cuisine: For the real thing, don't stray far fromnthe source.updated: Sat Jul 01 2000 00:01:00

Most of the soggy bread comes from Jersey. They're known for that," explains Joe Vento as he picks up an Italian long roll. Vento is the proprietor of Geno's Steaks. "There's something about Jersey...

Money Magazine: Frank Discussion At these nine local eateries, a hot dog on the road is a memorable meal.updated: Sat Jan 01 2000 00:01:00

You're at the airport. Your flight is delayed, so you decide to kill some time by getting a hot dog at a Nathan's Famous in the terminal. Like most airport food, it's mediocre--the dog is dry, the ...

Money Magazine: Fixed In Place Unlike, say, Buffalo wings, these great regional dishes never left home.updated: Mon Mar 01 1999 00:01:00

One Autumn day a few years ago, I found myself in central Wisconsin with one afternoon left on my vacation and two places I desperately wanted to visit. If I went north, I could go to Hayward, home...

Fortune: MMMMMM! RED MEATupdated: Mon Apr 28 1997 00:01:00

Steak is back, and restaurateurs are opening new steak houses everywhere. But you're better off in the hands of a more seasoned practitioner, someone who isn't serving steaks as a sideline to thei...

Fortune: WHEN ONLY A WIENER WILL DOupdated: Mon Oct 14 1996 00:01:00

You don't want to eat them in airports, but if you're a meat eater, you probably crave a hot dog once in a while. The best come from Vienna Beef in Chicago. "A good hot dog should have a nice snap ...


Steak isn't good for you, but it's still really good. In business it remains the dinner of champions. Because a steak dinner is, more than ever, a special event ("Judge Fleabottom threw out the cha...

Fortune: Meat Mountainupdated: Mon Nov 14 1994 00:01:00

Now towering over America: more meat than ever before. Joe Leathers, merchandising director for the National Pork Producers Council, an industry trade group, paints the landscape: "We are heading f...

Fortune: 'THE BIGGEST SNOW JOB EVER'updated: Mon Nov 22 1993 00:01:00

In fast-food and casual dining spots around the country, belts are being loosened as consumers ingest heftier portions of their favorite burgers, steaks, and fried delights. Where have all the caul...

Fortune: CONAGRA A GIANT THAT KEEPS INNOVATINGupdated: Mon Dec 16 1991 00:01:00

WHAT does ConAgra get when it blends a hunk of hamburger with a dollop of beef stock, a pinch of salt, and a bit of processed oat flour? A gooey mess? No, a dietary breakthrough: ground beef that i...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Jul 16 1990 00:01:00

PECUNIARY TV Traders and brokers who follow financial news wires will soon be able to watch the news live on their stock-quote terminals. Infotechnology, an owner of Financial News Network, has dev...

Fortune: JAPAN: U.S. SUDS, 'YES.' STEAKS, 'MAYBE.'updated: Mon Jun 18 1990 00:01:00

American cars and supercomputers may be a hard sell, but the Japanese are confirmed fans of U.S. beer, quaffing ten million gallons of it last year. Enter the tiny (seven-employee) Brooklyn Brewery...

Money Magazine: SUMMER WINES FOR $10 AND UNDERupdated: Thu Jun 01 1989 00:01:00

Finding the right wine to serve with summer foods is a lot trickier than shelling out for just the right Bordeaux to go with a roast veal dinner in winter. First, you probably don't want to spend t...

Fortune: AIRPORT FOOD TAKES OFF Thanks to new and upgraded restaurants, hangar hunger need not be a terminal affliction.updated: Mon Aug 18 1986 00:01:00

Airport dining, like English cuisine, is no longer necessarily a contradiction in terms. As airports play host to ever larger hordes of travelers, many marooned by flight delays and most more criti...

Fortune: WALL STREET'S CULINARY BULL MARKET Long a wasteland for the serious eater, the district is booming with new and renovated restauupdated: Mon Mar 03 1986 00:01:00

Stock and bond traders eat tuna sandwiches at their desks, and bigwigs swear by their firms' private dining rooms. For other hungry Wall Streeters and visitors from around the world, lunchtime has ...

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