Sure, its only in Britain at the moment, but so was Mad Cow until recently. Nature.com is reporting that a specific strain of liver disease in cows actually obscures tests for bovine TB:
The liver fluke Fasciola hepatica was
You’ve probably heard: its Oreo Cookie’s birthday! Hurray for those blessed little discs of transfats and chocolate flavour. Speaking for myself, I can say they’re one of the few indulgences of childhood that I still find myself craving all … Continue reading
The Super Bowl dominated the first half of this week, followed by a lot of bad news the rest of the week. But our Jillian Seaton knocked it out of the park with two really interesting article this week, so … Continue reading
When he was a kid, my father was famous in our family for his contempt for onions. In fact, my grandmother went to extraordinary lengths to attempt to hide onions in her cooking, because she knew if he saw even … Continue reading
Roast turkey on Thanksgiving! Who doesn’t love it? In fact, the best part of the bird, really, is that luscious brown, crispy turkey skin. So much flavour! And so pretty!
But what makes that delicious crust? If you said, “caramelization,” … Continue reading