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  1. Global rabbit meat market has increased and will continue to grow  New Food

    According to a new report, the global rabbit meat market revenue amounted to $6.4 billion in 2017, picking up by 12% against the previous year.

  2. Bikefest kicks off in Atlantic Beach  Myhorrynews

    Marvin McCray boogied in a black Carolina Panthers-themed apron during his first-ever Bikefest.

  3. Russia to drive horse meat production out of depression  GlobalMeatNews.com

    The Russian Government has prepared a draft program of horse industry development, with a special focus on increase in population of meat breeds – the...

  4. Hares for Haiti | Main Edition  Lancaster Farming

    Four years ago, Fisher went to the economically impoverished nation to do remote computer support in the town of Christianville. Upon learning about the need...

  5. Unmissable Maltese Delicacies You Absolutely Have To Try At Least Once In Your Life  Lovin Malta

    Maltese cuisine is renowned for its unique and distinctive flavour with a Mediterranean touch which will put any foodie to try these savoury dishes. So if you're...

  6. Time for rabbit on the menu to save the planet  Irish Examiner

    What did the Romans ever do for Ireland? Not a lot, it seems. They didn't even bother to visit us and an animal they brought to the neighbours became one of our...

  7. The Hound’s Tale Braised Rabbit  WTVR CBS 6 News

    RICHMOND, Va - Executive Chef Steven Sowell of The Hound's Tale had our tails wagging this morning with his take on braised rabbit. Paired with *fresh* pasta,...

  8. Food Friday: Belgian Cuisine 5/24/19  WAMC

    Luc and Pika Roels of Pika's Farm Table in Lake Katrine, NY join Food Friday to discuss Belgian cuisine and cooking. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

  9. Rabbit or Hare Meat Market Drivers are Responsible to for Increasing Market Share, Forecast 2017  Veteran's Weekly

    The report Interprets the complete details covering Executive summary, Scope of the report, Research Methodology, Introduction, 2018 Market landscape,...

  10. To feed the world, begin with maggot sausage and insect ice cream, scientist says  CNN

    Why do we gag at the thought of eating insects? One Australian scientist believes if they were tucked into familiar foods, we would be happy to eat this...

  11. China tariffs: Which goods will you see jump in price? Here’s a list (update)  Atlanta Journal Constitution

    Update 7:45 a.m. ET May 14, 2019: Here is a link to the second list of Chinese goods that President Donald Trump ordered the Office of the U.S. Trade...

  12. 9 Unusual Things to Grill This Summer  Chowhound

    It's not even June but if you fire up the grill most evenings during summer, there's a chance that burgers, dogs, chicken, and steak will lose their luster at a certain...

  13. Dine Out Maine: At Portland's N to Tail, choose wisely between Korean barbecue or modern, upscale cuisine  Press Herald

    Long before he became a chef and restaurateur, Jung Hur was an artist. Painting has always been this Seoul native's medium of choice, especially roomy...

  14. Super food: Lei Saito’s existential cuisine  Wallpaper*

    Metaphysics and food go hand-in-hand in the world of Lei Saito. The Paris-based Japanese artist began her career in the studio of Annette Messager, the...

  15. Outdoors notes | Outdoors  Observer-Reporter

    Keystone Coonhunters Club will hold a meat shoot June 2. Registration begins at 11 a.m. The shoot starts at noon.

  16. Chef José Andrés shares a vegetable paella and a life lesson, too  NBCNews.com

    Acclaimed chef and philanthropist José Andrés has a new book, “Vegetables Unleashed." Andrés owns 30 restaurants and leads World Central Kitchen.

  17. Rhubarb brings the tartness to a relish that’s perfect for meat or fish  The Washington Post

    *Fresh* ginger and mustard seeds add spice to this versatile condiment.

  18. Insect ice cream? Maggot sausage? Scientist says these meals might be in your future  Deseret News

    SALT LAKE CITY — Your future may involve maggot-flavored ice cream. University of Queensland meat science professor Louwrens Hoffman said he's looking...

  19. Rick Steves: Make time for Belgium's incredible edibles  Times Colonist

    Whenever I think of Belgium, I recall digging into a dish of mussels while seated on a sunny square in Brussels, in the shadow of a lacy medieval spire. My waiter...

  20. Indigenous culture, tradition explored in new restaurant - Osoyoos Times  Osoyoos Times

    Murray McDonald, the new executive chef of The Bear, The Fish, The Root and The Berry at Spirit Ridge, is bringing a new take on indigenous food to the South...