New York - Restaurants and commercial buildings statewide will be required starting next June to install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors. The two laws signed this week apply to New York City and the rest of the state.
For a long time, everyone thought the ghost pepper topped the list of crazy-spicy, feels-like-your-tongue-will-never-taste-anything-ever-again hottest peppers in the world. The truth: Despite packing a lot of heat, it got bumped down to No. 4 in 2013.
Barry Kay's insight:
Love those mild jalopeno peppers. Once went to mexico and a friend popped a white innocent pepper into his mouth. He burnt his lips and fainted. Oh well!
Fast Company New York's Top Chefs Spill Their Secrets To Staying Creative Fast Company Jacqueline Raposo has spent two years interviewing more than 100 of New York's most creative people--the city's top chefs.
Who says you need a doughnut pan to make doughnuts? You don’t even need eggs, butter, or milk either! See how easy it is to make delicious vegan doughnuts (and even gluten-free options) all without one iota of a specialty pan.
Here is a of some of our favorite vegan staples we buy each week that can help you learn what to buy when you visit your local store. No matter if you shop at Whole Foods or Walmart, you can find all these vegan staples at your local store.
The Politics of Food: Smokies Munchies_ Food by VICE In this episode of The Politics of Food, Ben Ferguson investigates the UK's growing illegal trade in “smokies,” a West African delicacy that has been outlawed in Europe since 1987.
Dr. John debunks food health myths 9NEWS.com For example, "eating fatty foods makes you fat." We wondered if these were true or actually myths, so we consulted 9Health Reporter Dr. John Torres. Here are some of the most popular myths, which Dr.