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Several American food chains invading Thailand

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A dozen US food franchises along with several other foreign companies will flock to Thailand, which is recognised as a growth engine in Asean. The franchises comprise Denny's, a family restaurant c...
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It seems that various American food chains are entering the Thai marketplace, including Chuck E. Cheese's, Round Table Pizza, The Melting Pot, and others. When you consider trade between the US and Thailand was worth $40 billion last year, you can see how this might be a good idea. American food is popular all over the globe, and now the Thais can enjoy American favorites such as hamburgers, New York pizza, ribs, coffee and grilled steak. Thai food is already great, of course, but it is always good to have plenty of food options to choose from.

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Steven Raichlen: The Only Hamburger Recipe You'll Ever Need

Steven Raichlen: The Only Hamburger Recipe You'll Ever Need | American Food | Scoop.it
Today is Memorial Day and if you're like most Americans, your celebration will culminate at the grill over a sizzling hamburger. Here's a recipe for the Inside-Out Burger: the only burger recipe you really need in your repertoire.
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This hamburger recipe looks incredible. The photo is great and the recipe sounds really good as well. The beef is combined with grated cheese before the patties are shaped. This is something I have not tried, but I bet the moisture from the cheese keeps those patties really juicy, and you can also add plenty of flavor that way.

 

Cheddar would be nice, or smoked Gouda. I would not use blue cheese or anything which melts into liquid rather than into strings, because it would drip out of the patties while they were being cooked. Mozzarella might work too, or even a cheese blend. These burgers are seasoned with salt (just a little bit if your cheese is salty) and pepper and then grilled until they are done how you like them.

 

Serve on buns with lettuce, tomato and condiments. This makes a change from cheeseburgers, the only difference being the cheese is inside the burger and not on top. This is a very easy recipe and certainly one to bookmark. What a great recipe for the summer.

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7 great barbecue sauce recipes for Memorial Day cook-outs: Foodday Favorites - OregonLive.com

7 great barbecue sauce recipes for Memorial Day cook-outs: Foodday Favorites - OregonLive.com | American Food | Scoop.it
7 great barbecue sauce recipes for Memorial Day cook-outs: Foodday Favorites OregonLive.com It would be easy to adapt the recipe using Vegenaisse, and slather the sauce on grilled tofu if you have vegetarians or vegans coming to your backyard...
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Do you usually make or purchase barbecue sauce? If you normally grab a bottle rather than making your own, you are missing out. Store-bought barbecue sauce is packed full of sugar as well as unwanted additives like preservatives, colorants and even 'fake smoke' flavor.

 

Instead of buying this sauce, discover how to make your own. Choose from any of these tempting recipes. Some are smoky, some are sweet, and you also have unusual recipes too such as white barbecue sauce made with mayonnaise and Dijon mustard, and chimichurri if you want something with a south of the border zing.

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Tips To Make Guilt-Free Meals In Minutes - Cowetaamerican

Tips To Make Guilt-Free Meals In Minutes - Cowetaamerican | American Food | Scoop.it
Tips To Make Guilt-Free Meals In Minutes
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(NAPSI)—According to a recent survey, 40 percent of Americans spend 30 to 60 minutes cooking dinner, yet nearly 80 percent would like to spend 30 minutes or less.
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It is possible to make dinner in half an hour or less and you can even make healthy meals in this short time. If you are not looking forward to spending a whole hour making dinner tonight, take a look at this link and get some insight into guilt-free eating. Ensure your meals feature sufficient protein and nutrients and check you are not overloading on carbs or fat.

 

Once you find out just how easy it is to make meals this way you will probably want to embrace this way of eating. Another bonus is that most people do well using the 80/20 rule which means if you eat healthily 80% of the time you can eat whatever you fancy the other 20% of the time.

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America's Best French Fries - Huffington Post

America's Best French Fries - Huffington Post | American Food | Scoop.it
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America's Best French Fries
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On the other side of the Atlantic, fries provide the foundation for many a quirky creation.
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This article takes a look at what makes French fries great and how different cultures and cuisines prefer theirs, from the twice-fried crunchy sticks dunked in mayonnaise you get in Belgium and the Netherlands and the cheese and gravy topped fries in Canada to the salt and vinegar drenched 'chips' in the UK. You can also discover where to get the best French fries in America.

 

Although everyone has their own preferences with fries, for example some people add ketchup and others prefer BBQ sauce, it is agreed that a good fry should be crisp and golden, neither soggy not hard, and it should be hot not lukewarm. So take a look at this article and discover where to go if you want to enjoy the best French fries is the nation.

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The History of French Fries

The History of French Fries | American Food | Scoop.it
Today I found out about the history of French fries.
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French fries are known and loved in every corner of the globe, but what is their history and how did they come to be? Learn more about how this tasty snack was invented and when the first fries were created. Finding out the history of your favorite food is always interesting, and discovering how French fries have changed since their inception and learning new facts is something foodies everywhere enjoy. You can impress your dinner guests with this interesting info and appreciate fries all the more.

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Make restaurant quality hamburgers at home - Fort Bend Herald

Make restaurant quality hamburgers at home - Fort Bend Herald | American Food | Scoop.it
Make restaurant quality hamburgers at home
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As a kid, my family had our favorite burger spots. We sought out the juiciest hamburgers in the Lake Charles (Louisiana) area.
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Hamburgers are always great in restaurants, first because they know how to make hamburgers so tasty customers keep coming back for more, and second because you do not have to make it yourself, just sit back and enjoy someone else cooking your burger for you. If you want to learn how to make great hamburgers yourself, there are a few tips and tricks to learn.

A good hamburger is all about the meat, so forget the extra-lean ground beef. That has barely any juice in it. Get some 80/20 hamburger meat and you can be sure of succulent burgers. Also important is the cooking time. The longer you cook the burgers the more juice you will lose, so go for medium-rare for good results, or medium if you have to.

Toast the buns a little before you add the cooked patties, so they do not get soggy, and add lettuce, tomato, cheese, onions and any other tasty accompaniments you want.

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Lunch/merienda. #sanwicheese #food #american #beef #sandwich #cheese #food #saturday #nom
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This beef sandwich with cheese looks really filling. It is not the kind of thing I usually choose for lunch but if I was really busy and only had time for a quick snack then I might grab something like this. I love how everything is so generous - there is plenty of meat and a lot of cheese on top. So where could you buy this delicacy?

 

Actually Sandwicheese is located in Manila, so unless you happen to be in the Philippines you might have to make your own sandwich. This restraurant is cozy and homey. The dining area is quite small but the food is great, making this a hotspot for anyone in the vicinity who fancies a sandwich oozing with juicy meat and topped with cheese.

 

Try the soft cornmeal bun with hickory shredded pork which features garlic cream cheese, caramelized onions and parmesan, or the grilled cheese and French onion sandwich. The dripping roast beef with cheese sandwich is also popular. As well as sandwiches, Sandwicheese also offers salads.

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Foreign Foods Are Actually American! German Chocolate ...

Foreign Foods Are Actually American! German Chocolate ... | American Food | Scoop.it
Foods like pasta primavera and the French dip sandwich were created right here in the U.S..
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American food might summon up images of burger, fries, chili and pizza, but perhaps these are less American than they first sound. Burgers are German, fries are French, chili is Mexican and pizza is Italian, if you trace the history of these foods back. But what might surprise you is how many foreign foods were actually conceived in the United States.

 

Pasta primavera is Italian, right? Wrong, it was conceived in New York, as was the English muffin. Haagen-Dazs ice cream was invented in the Bronx and not in Europe, and German chocolate was invented by an American called Mr German and not in Germany the country. Find out which other 'foreign' foods are really American.

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McDonald's Will No Longer Serve Angus Beef Hamburgers - Texomashomepage - KFDX

McDonald's Will No Longer Serve Angus Beef Hamburgers - Texomashomepage - KFDX | American Food | Scoop.it
McDonald's Will No Longer Serve Angus Beef Hamburgers - Texomashomepage
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McDonald's Will No Longer Serve Angus Beef Hamburgers. By: NBC News. Updated: May 9, 2013. Tweet.
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You will no longer be able to get 1/3 pound Angus burgers in McDonalds in the United States because of the rising cost of beef. Chicken is cheaper than beef, which is why McDonalds like to sell chicken products, but people of course want beef hamburgers too.

 

These premium burgers might make an appearance on future menus but they are not on there right now. Chicken McWraps are being promoted currently, among other items, and these are a hit with people in their 20s and 30s who are looking for healthier options than the huge beef hamburgers.

 

You can also get Egg McMuffins made with egg whites and served on whole grain muffins in McDonalds and you can have egg whites rather than whole egg in any breakfast sandwich. McDonalds is not the only fast food chain revamping their menu. Wendy's, Taco Bell and Burger King have also been rolling out new menu items lately.

 

But we do not go to McDonalds for healthy food, we go there to indulge in comfort food, real American food, so although having a variety of foods on the menu is good because it offers more choice, I think some people are going to miss the premium burgers because those were a

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Apple Pie Recipe

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Apple Pie Recipe This is the best apple pie recipe for those who want an old-fashioned, perfect tasting apple pie with a flaky crust.
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Apple pie never loses its charm or appeal, and this delicious example of indulgent American food is one loved by Americans and other cultures too. This recipe features tasty, juicy apples, as well as lemon juice, cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar, and everything else needed to get the flavor and texture just right.

 

You can also discover how to make the best pastry for an apple pie recipe, so make this and you will experience a fantastic-tasting pie, just like Grandma used to make. Served warm or chilled, with ice cream or whipped cream, this wonderful pie is at its best when lovingly homemade by any home cook armed with a good recipe. If Grandma never passed down her recipe to you, try this one because it is very good.

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American Goulash Recipe

American Goulash Recipe | American Food | Scoop.it
Eggplant parmesan s a traditional meal but you can avail of different ingredients to make it more sumptuous. Serve up tasty eggplant parmesan recipe and provide your meals with additional textures.
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Being of Hungarian descent, goulash is something I know well. A typical goulash recipe contains meat, onion, potato and other vegetables, noodles and paprika among other spices. Gulyás is the Hungarian word for this dish because 'gulya' in Hungarian means herd of cattle and of course this is a meaty dish.

 

Stockmen and cattle herders made the first goulashes but today you can find this tasty meal all over the planet. Wine, bell pepper, caraway seed, tomato and garlic are optional additions. Lamb, beef, veal or pork can be used to prepare goulash and if you use shank, shin or shoulder, these well-exercised muscles contain plenty of collagen which breaks down during cooking, thickening up the stew. The starch from the potatoes does the same job of thickening.

 

I was interested to read this American goulash recipe. Made with ground beef, elbow macaroni, Parmesan cheese, green bell pepper, onion and tomatoes, it sounds more Italian than Hungarian. There are also variations for special goulash, featuring spaghetti instead of macaroni, and South American style, which adds liver, celery and garlic to the mix.

 

Although none of these bear much resemblance to the traditional Hungarian dish, I can see how these easy-to-make dishes would appeal to anyone looking for a quick weeknight meal, but I do urge you to try the authentic Hungarian recipe at least once, because it is very special!

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How do you do National Burger Month? | SmartBlogs SmartBlogs

How do you do National Burger Month? | SmartBlogs SmartBlogs | American Food | Scoop.it
Meanwhile, 22% top their burgers with cheese, and 60% choose french fries as the perfect accompaniment. The chain also is holding a monthlong photo contest, with a four-day, three-night stay at the Hard Rock Hotel ...
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May is National Burger Month, so why not tuck into your favorite type of burger and celebrate in style? If you often enjoy hamburgers perhaps you would like to try a variation on your preferred American Food by having something slightly different.

 

Swap your usual hamburger for a cheeseburger, your usual cheeseburger for a bacon burger or your usual bacon burger for a veggie burger. Fish burgers are also really good and you can make your own with a can of tuna or salmon, a beaten egg, some breadcrumbs and seasonings. Then just fry the patties until done.

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Charles Ramsey says 'No' to offers for free hamburgers as long as he lives - Examiner.com

Charles Ramsey says 'No' to offers for free hamburgers as long as he lives - Examiner.com | American Food | Scoop.it
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Last week there was news that Charles Ramsey was offered free hamburgers for as long as he lives from 14 different restaurants in the Cleveland area.
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Charles Ramsey was in the news recently for helping to rescue Amanda Berry and some other girls who had been kidnapped and kept in a house for 10 years by Ariel Castro. Because he was eating a Big Mac at the time, various hamburger restaurants have offered him free burgers for life.

 

Ramsey refused the reward money when the girls were rescued, saying it should go to the girls instead, and he has also refused all the free hamburger offers. He does not want his name associated with any restaurant chain and seems like a very humble man.

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Rose Prince's Baking Club: chocolate and toasted almond cake - Telegraph.co.uk

Rose Prince's Baking Club: chocolate and toasted almond cake - Telegraph.co.uk | American Food | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk Rose Prince's Baking Club: chocolate and toasted almond cake Telegraph.co.uk I thought my search for the perfect chocolate cake ended in 1992, when I found a recipe by an American writer whose quirks for pleasure fitted glove-like...
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This chocolate and toasted almond cake is made with cocoa instead of chocolate for a similar flavor but without the dense heaviness chocolate often gives, so if you prefer lighter texture this is the recipe for you.

 

You will need almonds, cocoa, vanilla, eggs and more, and the recipe itself is very simple. If you have a sweet tooth and want something delicious with your afternoon coffee, this is an excellent recipe because the cake promises to be very tasty without being too heavy or rich.

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How to Build a Tasty, Healthy Cheeseburger | STACK

How to Build a Tasty, Healthy Cheeseburger | STACK | American Food | Scoop.it
STACK Expert Kait Fortunato remakes the American classic with a few simple swaps. ... These simple do-it-yourself recipes prove you can eat good fats, lean protein and whole grains but still have a meal that tastes great.
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If you want to enjoy a delicious, juicy burger without all the calories and fat a traditional recipe would entail, take a look at this. Featuring ground bison which is meaty yet low in fat, avocado, spinach and spicy mustard, this burger is really flavorful. You might think you are going to miss the cheese but seriously the creamy texture of the avocado will more than satisfy your cheese craving and you might even decide you prefer avocado to cheese.

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Cake Recipes - American Flag Cake

Cake Recipes - American Flag Cake | American Food | Scoop.it
Watch how to decorate an American flag cake. It's the perfect cake for Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, or any time you're feeling patriotic. Go ahead, give the red, white, and blue a try.
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July the 4th or any other occasion when you wish to prepare and present something not only delicious but patriotic too. The video is easy to follow and you will agree the cake looks fantastic. The cake is not rectangular; it is made in a wavy shape instead, which is great because it looks more realistic, like the flag is blowing in the breeze. I love this idea!

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33 Hamburger Recipes For Memorial Day | A Hamburger Today

33 Hamburger Recipes For Memorial Day | A Hamburger Today | American Food | Scoop.it
Get The Recipes! Classic Burger Recipes. 20120514-burger-roundup-12.jpg. These burgers are all inspired by classic American or regional American burger styles. Classic Smashed Burgers » · Juicy Broiled Burgers ...
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Today is Memorial Day, so what better reason to fire up the grill and cook some fantastic burgers? One great thing about burgers is how adaptable and versatile they are and you can try all different recipes for them.

Do you usually make simple burgers with hamburger meat and some salt and pepper, or do you enjoy trying new recipes, spicing the patties up with hot sauce or Worcestershire sauce, adding minced onion and garlic, or adding Cajun or Asian flavors to the mix?

 

Take a look at this guide to 33 wonderful hamburger recipes and perhaps you will fancy making one of these today or any other day. There is something to suit every palate. How does the Ultimate Sriracha burger sound to you, or the Double Bacon Fatty Melt or even the Muffaletta Burgers?

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Bacon wrapped french fries « Bits and Pieces

Bacon wrapped french fries « Bits and Pieces | American Food | Scoop.it
Bacon wrapped french fries. Bacon wrapped fries. via. 0. 0 ... Bacon wrapped french fries · Thanks Nyquil · Cabbage – 1 … Me – 0 · From a procrastination standpoint… I made you a cake · Exoplanets Explained · Fish Guitar ...
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Fries and bacon should really be food groups in their own right because both are so easy to eat! Whoever said nothing beats fries has clearly not tried this exciting dish. Everything tastes better with fries and everything tastes better with bacon, so combine these 2 fantastic foods and I bet the result is incredible. Perhaps this is not the healthiest dish in the world but I bet it tastes amazing. I think having to wrap every fry separately would take a while though!

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BAKED CAJUN STYLE FRENCH FRIES » Milo and Me

BAKED CAJUN STYLE FRENCH FRIES » Milo and Me | American Food | Scoop.it
BAKED CAJUN STYLE FRENCH FRIESINGREDIENTS:-4 large russet potatoes-1/2 tsp salt-1/2 tsp fresh ground black pepper-1 tsp ground garlic-1/2 tsp onion powder-1/2 tsp cayenne-1 tsp paprika-1 tsp dried oregano-olive ...
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Do you fancy something different for dinner? If you like fries but you want to switch things up a bit, this Cajun fries recipe might be right up your street. The fries are flavored with cayenne, garlic, onion, oregano and paprika, and then baked in the oven until crispy and golden. You can omit the cayenne if you do not want them spicy, or add any other seasonings you fancy. Enjoy these with a cold beer at the end of a long day or serve them with your next hamburger, chicken or fish recipe as an unusual side dish.

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Chicken Fried Hamburgers - It is a Winner Recipe in Our Home!

Chicken Fried Hamburgers - It is a Winner Recipe in Our Home! | American Food | Scoop.it
Do you ever have a craving that won't go away? Well, last week I had that feeling, and I was craving a Chicken Fried Hamburgers with mashed potatoes and gravy. (Chicken Fried Hamburgers #EasyMeal and So Good!
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Chicken fried hamburger is like chicken fried steak except you use ground beef instead of cube steak. This means you can prepare a tasty dinner on a budget, and cook all your favorite sides to go with it. Mashed potato is always good with this dish, or you could try fries or even sweet potato fries for a change.

 

Choose spinach, corn, broccoli, onion rings or garlic mushrooms perhaps, to go with it. This recipe blends hamburger with flour, crackers, milk, egg and seasonings, to make the patties, and then you just need to fry them until they are cooked through. This is a quick recipe and something which would appeal to the whole family.

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Perfect Restaurant-Style French Fries | David Rosengarten

Perfect Restaurant-Style French Fries | David Rosengarten | American Food | Scoop.it
Perfect Restaurant-Style French Fries recipe. ... French fries–despite the Gallic monicker–are among America's most beloved treats.
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What is the secret to restaurant fries? A lot of home cooks wonder just how restaurants manage to get their fries golden, crispy and perfect every time, while fries made at home are often hit and miss where quality is concerned. If you want to try really crispy fries, the secret is frying them more than once. First you blanch them in the hot oil, then you fry them again. This double-frying makes them really crunchy, and you can even triple-fry them if you like.

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Burgers in 2013: What's Trending Now? - Huffington Post

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Burgers in 2013: What's Trending Now?
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Burgers are as American as apple pie and have been popular since 1904, the year generally acknowledged as the date when the burger was introduced to the public.
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Following trends on food is always interesting, especially when American foods like burgers come into the equation. Recently the focus has been on ethnic burgers, and Tex-Mex, Latin and Asian flavors have found their way into burger recipes to offer a brand new taste.

Another trend has been swapping the traditional beef for other meats like chicken or lamb, and fish such as salmon is also used in many modern burger recipes, as people get more adventurous.

Lettuce is being swapped for other types of greenery like seaweed in Asian burgers or arugula instead of the standard iceberg leaf. There are also more breakfast burger options so you can enjoy a burger any time of the day. Try a bacon, hash brown and maple syrup burger with your morning coffee to really begin the day in style.

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The American Baking Competition

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The American Baking Competition on CBS.com (“@BakeOnCBS: Don’t have ur #MothersDay gift yet? Our bakers have ur back! Check out their recipes.
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American home bakers love to experiment, but what kind of food would they enter into a contest? Take a look at some of these winning recipes and learn how to reproduce these tasty baked treats. Choose from strawberry cheesecake, raspberry-filled lemon cake, fresh fruit tart and more.

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Would we give up burgers to stop climate change?

Would we give up burgers to stop climate change? | American Food | Scoop.it
A new report suggests that adjusting our diet can slow global warming. Now let's see if our politics will let us (RT @Salon: Would you give up hamburgers to help stop climate change?
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What would you do to help with climate change? Would you donate money, change your habits or even alter your diet? Would you swap your car for an electric one? The measurement of CO2 in the air is over 400 parts per million, the highest ever, and way more than our ecosystem can handle.

 

One way of reducing the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is to change our eating habits. Cutting down on the amount of meat you eat can help, as long as a lot of people are all doing it. Feed production, deforestation and animal waste all contribute to the current problems. If you want to do your bit, there is no need to become a vegetarian overnight. Just try to include more vegetables (organic if possible) into your diet and perhaps swap one meat meal a week for a vegetarian one.

 

If everyone was willing to do that, it would certainly help. When you think about it, we are poisoning the planet for future generations and it is not their fault. They are not even born yet!

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Hmm... something to munch about. Very unique thinking.