Bruselas amonesta a España por los recortes en las primas a las renovables

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La Comisión Europea ha advertido a España de que los recortes retroactivos en las primas a las energías renovables no son aceptables, pese a los problemas presupuestarios provocados por la crisis, porque las empresas necesitan seguridad para planificar sus inversiones.No sólo critica el recorte de inversiones en renovables sino que pide a los Estados miembros que multipliquen por dos los fondos que dedican a las energías limpias, para que pasen de 35.000 millones de euros al año a 70.000 millones de euros al año.etiquetas: comunidad, europea, bruselas, renovables, fondos, energias, limpias» noticia original

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Abandona en el hospital a su empleado que perdió una mano

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Según la policía autonómica, los hechos ocurrieron el pasado día 12 de enero y la policía detuvo al empresario y a un empleado suyo una semana después. El trabajador ingresó en el Hospital de Mataró con heridas graves que le supusieron la pérdida de la mano y el empresario le indicó que dijera que se lo había hecho él solo sufriendo un accidente de pesca. De hecho, el empresario llevó al herido en un coche al hospital pero le pidió que explicara que se lo habían encontrado de forma casual en la calle. Sin embargo, los médicos sospecharon….etiquetas: abandona, hospital, empleado, ecuatoriano, perdió, mano» noticia original

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La revolución de Al Yazira

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La emisora qatarí ha favorecido el éxito de la revuelta contra Ben Ali. Ahora hace lo mismo en Egipto. Muchos otros regímenes árabes están ahora alerta ante cualquier atisbo de descontento popular, asustados por lo que se les pueda venir encima después del éxito de la revolución en Túnez. Pero sobre todo, tienen miedo de Al Yazira. "Antes ya no les gustábamos, pero ahora nos van a odiar más"etiquetas: libertad, medios, revolución, árabe, al jazeera» noticia original

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La Zarzuela desmiente a Peñafiel [HUMOR]

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Portada de ‘la revista que sale los miércoles’ en la línea de su portada más sonada.etiquetas: testículos, portada, corona, monarquía, peñafiel, accidentes, huevos» noticia original

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Por primera vez en la historia de la humanidad podremos ver el sol completamente

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"Por primera vez en la historia de la humanidad podremos ver la parte delantera y otro lado del sol … Al mismo tiempo" de acuerdo a Madhulika Guhathakurta científico del Programa STEREO en la sede la NASA. Este logro notable se logrará el próximo 6 de febrero 2011 cuando las dos naves espaciales STEREO de la NASA posición de alcanzar los 180 grados de los lados opuestos del Sol. En algún momento en los próximos 8 años las naves espaciales STEREO y SDO podrán observar los 360 grados del sol.etiquetas: sol, sonda, stereo» noticia original

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El IPC sube al 3,3% enero

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La inflación asciende tres décimas en enero hasta el 3,3% según el INEetiquetas: ipc, inflación» noticia original

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Sony incluye rootkit en el firmware 3.56 de la PS3

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En la última actualización del firmware de la PS3, la 3.56, Sony ha incluído un rootkit que permite la ejecución de código al conectarse a PSN.etiquetas: ps3, rootkit, sony» noticia original

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Zapatero ironiza: "¿IU? Es muy importante, tiene dos diputados"

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Zapatero no cree que la izquierda piense que su partido se ha desplazado hacia la derecha y, con tono irónico, ha rebajado la importancia de las críticas procedentes de IU. "Tiene dos diputados, es un partido muy importante", ha dicho. "A veces oigo a Llamazares, a quien tengo aprecio, hablar de la izquierda de la Cámara. Empecemos por el PSOE, la fuerza mayoritaria".etiquetas: zapatero, iu, psoe, izquierda, ley electoral» noticia original

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Asociación de Internautas a EEUU: "Gracias por devolvernos la censura de Franco"

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La Asociación de Internautas ha remitido una carta abierta al embajador de los Estados Unidos en España, Alan D. Solomont, en señal de protesta al pacto entre PSOE, PP y CiU para la aprobación de la llamada ‘Ley Sinde’ que permitirá el cierre de webs que enlacen contenidos. Entre otras cosas, considera que "trae de vuelta la censura de Franco".etiquetas: asociación, internautas, ley, sinde, eeuu» noticia original

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Qué hacer si tu Gobierno ‘corta’ Internet

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A raíz de los sucesos de Egipto, con la desconexión de Internet como arma de la dictadura contra las libertades de expresión, comunicación e información de su pueblo, han surgido varios sitios que ofrecen soluciones para casos similares.etiquetas: qué hacer, gobierno, corta, internet» noticia original

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Does traveling increase your chance of illness?

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Every weekday, a CNNHealth expert doctor answers a viewer question. On Mondays, it's pediatrician Dr. Jennifer Shu.
Question asked by Tom of Greensboro, Georgia:
Recently, more than 70 people from the same retirement neighborhood went on a five-day cruise. By the end of the cruise and right afterward, at least half of the people had colds and respiratory problems, with one person needing to be hospitalized with pneumonia. Could this illness be from the air conditioning or close quarters? What is the best way to notify the authorities to prevent others from contracting this illness?
Expert answer:
Thanks for your question, and I hope you had a wonderful cruise before all the respiratory symptoms came up. It is very common for colds and… Continue reading

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Flu and You: Virus widespread in half the states

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Half of the states have widespread flu activity, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
From January 16 to 22, flu activity increased and three flu-related deaths were reported in children, according to the CDC. During this flu season, which started in October, there have been 13 confirmed pediatric deaths.
The highest levels of flu-like activities were reported in the South and Southeast, including Alabama, Louisiana, Virginia and North Carolina.
To keep up the awareness about personal responsibility of preventing flu spread, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases has launched a public education campaign reminding Americans to cover their sneezes and to practice good hygiene.
According to a recent national poll, cited by the foundation, 68% of Americans did not realize that flu… Continue reading

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FitFriday: Foods to make you full, heated obesity theory and death of a fitness legend

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Scientists for a major food company are designing foods  to make you stop eating. And speaking of man-made inventions, indoor heating could be making us a little too warm and fat, hypothesizes one study.
Last but not least, fitness guru and a man before his time, Jack  LaLanne died Sunday at the age of 96.
Foods that make you feel fuller
One of the world's largest food companies is engineering products to make people feel fuller longer, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Nestle is hoping to “decipher the language of satiety” to make foods that fill you up quicker and make you feel full longer, according to the Journal.
The company’s food scientists have built a machine to mimic the human gastrointestional tract.  They’ve done experiments, adding… Continue reading

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What the Yuck: Should my breasts get bigger during PMS?

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Too embarrassed to ask your doctor about sex, body quirks, or the latest celeb health fad? In a regular feature and a new book, "What the Yuck?!," Health magazine medical editor Dr. Roshini Raj tackles your most personal and provocative questions. Send 'em to Dr. Raj at whattheyuck@health.com.
Q: Is it normal for my boobs to get a whole cup-size bigger during PMS? It's such a dramatic change that I need two different sets of bras!
Yes, breast inflation is completely normal. During the premenstrual phase, we have higher levels of the hormones progesterone and prolactin, both of which can cause breast tissue to swell and milk glands to increase in size.
Plus, our bodies retain water during that premenstrual period. The change in… Continue reading

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Friday fun: How much do you know?

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Diabetes, the State of the Union, life expectancy…Have you paid attention to health news this week? Take our quiz and see how much you know. We've thrown in a little health trivia too. Happy Friday.

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In defense of crunch: What we use (and don’t)

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Last week, writer, cancer survivor and mother of two young children,  Amanda Enayati wrote about pursuing a healthy life for her family by cutting excessive sugars, bad fats, dyes, preservatives and pesticides from their diet. Today she tells of reducing her household's "toxic burden."
“Crunchy” is what we used to call our handful of friends who seemed to live on the outer edges of reality when it came to healthy foods and personal products. We loved our friends, of course, tolerated their quirks, but mostly passed on using their homemade patchouli bath products or eating their tofu scramble served on a bed of raw zucchini noodles.
In the days when I first began considering how to lower my family’s household toxic burden… Continue reading

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What can I do about my celiac disease?

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Every weekday, a CNNHealth expert doctor answers a viewer question. On Friday, it's Dr. Melina Jampolis, a physician nutrition specialist.
Question asked by Patrick of Omaha, Nebraska:
How long does it take to feel the benefits of a gluten-free diet once diagnosed with celiac disease? I have been living gluten/casein free for over five years now and have yet to see much improvement.
Expert answer:
Hi Patrick. Since celiac disease affects approximately 1 percent of the population and is often undiagnosed until later in life, your question provides a great opportunity to educate people about this disease.
Gluten-free diets are essential for people who have celiac disease, a lifelong genetic condition in which the body does not tolerate the protein… Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s called ‘defining disease’ of baby boomers

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As any family who has gone through it can tell you, Alzheimer's disease is tragic on a number of levels.  Once vibrant men and women become shells of the people they once were.  Not only do memories fade, there also is anger.  And loneliness.  Former first lady Nancy Reagan famously referred to it as "the long goodbye."
As the first baby boomers turn 65 this year, a new report suggests they will be especially hit hard.  One out of eight boomers will develop the disease, according to the report released by the Alzheimer's Association.  That comes to about 10 million people.  Of those who reach 85, nearly one in two will get it.  "Alzheimer's is a tragic epidemic that has no survivors.  It is as much a thief… Continue reading

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13 Iowa football players hospitalized after workout

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Thirteen University of Iowa  football players were hospitalized after a strenuous workout this week.
They were found to have  rhabdomyolosis, several days after taking part in an off-season workout, according to CNN affiliate KWWL.
When a muscle ruptures, it releases its cellular content, including particles called myoglobin, into the body. These particles get caught in the kidneys and can block the organ's functions and in worst cases, cause death.It’s often seen in crush injuries – it was a common killer of earthquake survivors in Haiti in 2010.  Rhabdomyolosis has been known to occur after difficult workouts especially in boot camps.
More on rhabdomyolosis
Dr. John Stokes, a specialist in internal medicine at the University of Iowa (pictured above) said in a Wednesday

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Even babies understand power

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Whether it's a physical fight or a power struggle, intuition tells us that size matters. Babies may agree, a new study suggests.
Even as early as 10 months old, children seem to have concepts of social dominance and hierarchy, Danish researchers say in a study published in the journal Science.
"What we are arguing is that we have an innate concept of social dominance," said Lotte Thomsen, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Copenhagen and lead author of the study. "It’s hard to see how they [infants] could have learned to understand social hierarchies from scratch."
Of course, you can't ask an infant what he or she thinks about winners and losers. But psychologists say that if babies find something surprising, they will… Continue reading

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Summorum Pontificum, reforming the reform, and resisting the reform

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Pope Benedict, in his ongoing effort to heal the rupture that occurred in our worship when a composed, artificial rite was suddenly imposed on the Church, in 2007 put into effect the provisions of Summorum Pontificum, by far surpassing the provisions of Ecclesia Dei adflicta.
This was, on the one hand, an emancipation proclamation and, on the other, a great gift to priests and congregations.
Not all were thrilled.  I note in particular some bishops who, now that Summorum Pontificum is in effect, are now eager and willing to implement Ecclesia Dei adflicta.
Too late.  They had their chance.
In Ecclesia Dei adflicta, the bishops had much greater authority when it came to the use of the older, traditional books for worship and sacraments. … Continue reading

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Grumbling about Anglicanorum coetibus

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With the provisions of Anglicanorum coetibus, Benedict XVI (the Pope of Christian Unity) opened a door for and gave a place to Anglicans who desired unity with the Bishop of Rome in the Catholic communion.  Certainly they were distressed by the tomfoolery going on the Anglican Communion, but they ultimately made a positive decision for union with Rome rather than negative decisions, as a reaction against the Anglican implosion.
I saw this on the site of the UK’s best Catholic weekly, the Catholic Herald.  William Oddie reports on a BBC interview which was obviously skewed against Pope Benedict and Anglicanorum coetibus.  I think an 8 year old would find Tina Beattie’s argument here absurd to the point of being risible.
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Evening activities

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I am at Our Savior on Park Avenue to hear a talk by the German writer Martin Mosebach.

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Today’s TLM sounds (some excerpts)

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Here are some audio clips, stitched together, from Holy Mass this morning at Holy Innocents in NYC.  This was a Sung Mass in the Extraordinary Form.  We were happy to have good polyphony and Gregorian chant … as there is every Sunday.
I left a period of silence leading up to the consecration.  Silence is a necessary part of our worship.
This was made from a small digital recorder in the edge of the pulpit, so don’t expect good balance between celebrant at the altar and pulpit, and also the choir in the loft.

After Mass!
There was the Holy Innocents’ version of coffee and doughnuts.
There were also empanadas and bagels with schmeer and fresh croissants.

To wash it down…. Mystic Monk Coffee!

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Sunday Supper: China Town edition

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I am in Manhattan and eating with a friend in Chinatown at Shanghai Asian Manor (next to Transfiguration Church).
I am picky about Soup Dumplings.
These were good!


Then we had fried dumplings.

On to the Shredded Pork with Dried Bean Curd.

Back into the snowy streets…

And we visited San Genaro.




And back to Holy Innocents for Vespers.

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WDTPRS: Wherein Fr. Z rambles about the Collect for the 4th Ordinary Sunday, or, “All you need is love”.

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Today’s prayer was not in the post-Tridentine editions of the Missale Romanum but it does have its origin in the Leonine Sacramentary or, as it is better titled by its editor, the scholarly L. Cunibert Mohlberg, the Veronese Sacramentary.
Were you to hear this prayer intoned in Latin, or at least in an accurate translation, you would be thereby transported back 1500 years to our most Roman of Catholic roots.
COLLECT – LATIN TEXT (2002MR):
Concede nobis, Domine Deus noster,
ut te tota mente veneremur,
et omnes homines rationabili diligamus affectu.
ICEL (1973 translation of the 1970MR):
Lord our God,
help us to love you with all our hearts
and to love all men as you love them.
Is this what the Latin really says?
[...]
SLAVISHLY LITERAL TRANSLATION:
Grant us, O Lord our God,
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QUAERITUR: I haven’t been to confession for 10 years! I don’t know what to do!

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From a reader:
I haven’t been to Confession in 10 years, and I’ve only gone three times back when I was still in grade school. It’s possible I wasn’t catechized in the sacrament properly because I don’t recall requiring the Act of Contrition, saying any lines for my first two Confessions, nor the proper format for confessing sins.
My last Confession was in a high school theatre and the priest kept tersely correcting me when I confessed my sins wrong, and seemed quite annoyed he had to walk me through it. Now the thought of going makes me anxious to the point I feel ill.
I’ve scoured the internet for guides to confession and examinations of conscience, as well as reviewed your 20 tips, but… Continue reading

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Please.. someone tell me this is an early April Fool’s gag.

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I hope this isn’t true.
A tip of the biretta to Jimmy Akin,    o{]:¬\      though this is on NPR:
Priest Known As ‘Father Oprah’ To Get Fox Show [Say it ain't so.]
by The Associated Press
MIAMI January 25, 2011, 05:41 pm ET
A former Roman Catholic priest who left the church to marry his girlfriend after the two were photographed embracing on a South Florida beach is getting a new TV show.
Alberto Cutie (KOO’-tee-ay) announced Tuesday he will host the daily talk show “Father Albert” on Fox stations. A Fox spokeswoman says the show will be aired later this year in cities including New York and Los Angeles. It will be picked up nationwide if it does well.
Cutie, nicknamed “Father Oprah,”… Continue reading

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NEW WDTPRS MUG – Newman “To be deep in history”

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The other day I was having a skype conversation with His Hermeneuticalness himself, Fr. Tim Finigan.  He mentioned Bl. John Henry Newman’s phrase “To be deep in history is to cease to be a Protestant.
Thinking back on the course of my own conversion, the elements which made it easier to take the plunge, and considering the present project of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, and remembering that Benedict XVI not long ago beatified John Henry Newman…. I put the phrase on a coffee mug.
I ordered one for myself to see if it worked out well.  I like it a lot.  I will probably add some other items later, but I wanted to get mugs out there so that… Continue reading

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RECENT POSTS OF INTEREST and some thanks.

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Some recent posts of interest:

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Served: Why I Work In Restaurants

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“Managing a restaurant is not glamorous!” I was warned. (But I was never in it for the glamor.) “It’s a hard lifestyle,” my mom chimes in once and again. The exceedingly nice man who has owned the bar nextdoor for thirty-some years told me that he strictly forbid his now grown children from working in restaurants: “Didn’t want them going through what I went through.”

I never planned to peruse restaurant management. I wanted to be a writer (still do!), or a chef (no more), or a political strategist, or a professor.

But all through college I worked in New York restaurantland. I slugged away in a kitchen making Niçoise salads and cherry clafoutis. I hostessed in a fancy fancy French place and a… Continue reading

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The Rachael Ray Hot Dog Bracket: Our Search for the Best Hot Dog in the U.S.

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Every year in March basketball madness sweeps the U.S. as the NCAA championship tournament unfolds.* And once again this year, we at SE helped put together Every Day with Rachael Ray‘s annual food bracket. Last year it was pizza. This year, the magazine asked us to focus on hot dogs.

After more than 3,000 miles of travel and dozens of stands and wieners later, Ed, Hawk, and I narrowed it down to 64 contenders. Then, after much discussion, a few tense moments, and a little indigestion, we arrived at a winner. We can’t reveal the top dog yet, but for now, here’s the bracket.

We’ll be rolling out subsequent rounds over the next few… Continue reading

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Super Bowl Partytime: How to Build an Edible Stadium

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VIEW SLIDESHOW: Super Bowl Partytime: How to Build an Edible Stadium

[Photographs: Robyn Lee and J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

There are Super Bowl parties, and then there are Super Bowl parties that have a mini edible stadium on display. After this step-by-step tutorial on how to make one, you should strive to host or attend the latter.

Our mission was to construct an all-edible stadium (well, minus the cardboard box and foil) with foods we’d actually want to eat. We used the classic partytime snacks, particularly stuff that only involved… Continue reading

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Sunday Supper: Lemon Roast Chicken with Herb Potatoes

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From Recipes

[Photograph: Sydney Oland]

Roast chickens are a simple and satisfying meal anytime, and the smell of it roasting on a Sunday evening can set a positive tone for the whole week ahead. Squeezing lemon juice over the body of the bird helps to not only season the final product, but can also help crisp the skin. And roasting the… Continue reading

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Hey, Foodies: (Some) Chefs Hate You

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Over on CNN food blog Eatocracy Jennifer Wolfe stirs the pot and reveals the tension simmering just below the surface when it comes to chefs and “foodies”:

[Ron] Eyester [executive chef and owner of Rosebud in Atlanta] laughs, “The foodie feels empowered by their passion for food, which creates a false bravado of how knowledgeable they think they are about food. The ironic part is they’re simply being spoon fed something from a food personality: ‘Well I saw something on the Food Network, and why don’t you have it?’”"Well because we try to cook seasonably and that jacka** was probably in California.”

To be fair, not all the chefs quoted in the piece knocked “foodies,” and Wolfe quotes an unnamed Boston chef as… Continue reading

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Serious Reads: America the Edible, by Adam Richman

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“Richman provides a softer, more intimate insight into his life as a theater student and struggling actor in the years before he made it big.”

[Photograph: Rodale Inc]

All Travel Channel junkies are familiar with the big grin and bigger appetite of television host Adam Richman. On Man v. Food, the actor-turned-TV-star takes on food challenges across the country. There’s nothing too spicy, too sweet, too enormous for Richman’s adventurous tastes. In a new book, America the Edible: My Hungry History, from Sea to Dining Sea, he tracks decades of his own food travels across the United States, peppering his tales with recipes and photos.

The book is half a story of food-fueled wanderlust and half a personal memoir… Continue reading

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This Week In Recipes

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[Photo: Chichi Wang]

Chile Verde with Pork: If you live in the Northeast and want to make chili verde, you face the problem of not having fresh hatch chilies. But, with Kenji’s recipe, you won’t need them.

Frog’s Legs: Feeling adventurous? Then dust off your wok and follow Chichi Wang’s recipe for frog soup.

Serious Grains: If you’re looking for a healthy and tasty alternative to your average white bread, Donna Currie has a recipe for rye with caraway and flax for you.

A Comforting Combination: If you love seafood and sausage—and who doesn’t?—then try out this shrimp and chorizo recipe for dinner tonight.

Wacky Breakfast: “Fact: half of the word ‘pancake’ is comprised of the word ‘cake’,” writes Cakespy… Continue reading

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Weekend ‘New York Times’ Food News

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From Serious Eats: New York

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Mushrooms, Not Meat: For vegetarians, mushrooms’ rich, meaty flavor fills a void.

Super Bowl Tea Party: For the football averse, steaming crumpets with Meyer lemon and blood orange marmalade.

Rib Roast of Beef, 1966: “It’s extraordinarily good for such an easy recipe.”

Best Egg on Bagel: “The correlation between good bagels and egg sandwiches in New York City is and will always remain low.”
San Francisco Italian: Where to get agnolotti stuffed with veal and cabbage, and pigs’ ears with chili and lime.

Gauthier Soho in London: Vegetables play a starring role

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Sunday Brunch: Tourtière

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From Recipes

[Photograph: Sydney Oland]

Everyone who has spent time in or around Quebec will know this traditional Quebecois meat pie. Every French Canadian family will insist that their recipe is the true original, not unlike gumbo in Louisiana or schnitzel in Austria.

Tourtière is traditionally served around the holidays, but this hearty pie makes an appearance a few times every… Continue reading

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This Week In Eating Out

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[Photo: Robyn Lee]

Oatmeal Cravings: Check out our roundup of New York oatmeal, including our absolute favorites—bacon oatmeal, lavender oatmeal, and more.

At Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market: The roast pork sandwich at DiNic’s is worth the wait.

Wings for Super Bowl Sunday? We’ve got a list of the best buffalo wings in New York for you.

Reuben Hot Dog: Yep, that’s pastrami and sauerkraut on a hot dog. You’ll find it at Fricano’s, an offbeat deli and neighborhood hangout in a strip mall near the University of Texas in Austin.

Bostonians: You may have read about Gordon Hamersley’s roast chicken before; here’s our take on the dish that made him famous… Continue reading

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