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NEWS
May 30, 2012 | By Melissa Dribben, Inquirer Staff Writer
Asked about the latest study from the public health experts at Harvard who say eating red meat regularly probably trims a half-dozen years off your life expectancy, Stephen Verica sniffs dismissively. "Basically," he says, "whoever has the research grant has to earn his money. " Verica, owner of Kissin Fresh Meats, is an unapologetic, unabashed, unreformed carnivore. "I eat beef or veal and pasta seven days a week," he says. "It's the way I was raised. " Let the experts carp about the dangers of heme iron intake and the increased risk of diabetes, heart attacks, and cancer.
SPORTS
May 15, 2012 | TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer
OSI UMENYIORA is 30 years old, but acts like he's 2. On Sunday, the Giants defensive end rekindled a feud with LeSean McCoy by sending the Eagles running back a tweet that said, "Happy Mothers Day Lesean Mccoy! Enjoy your special day!!" Hmmmm. Wonder how long Osi has been saving that little gem? McCoy responded by tweeting, "Lol let the beef begin. " Actually, the "beef" began in June. Umenyiora was in a contract dispute with the Giants and McCoy tweeted that the two-time Pro Bowler was "overrated" and "soft.
NEWS
April 10, 2012 | By Barbara Shelly
To the legion of Americans running away from a hamburger additive as fast as a startled Angus, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is here to tell you: "It's beef, dude. " Technically, he's right. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's official definition of beef for marketing purposes is "flesh of cattle. " And the product officially known as "lean, finely textured beef," and now infamously known as "pink slime," does originate with a cow. But, dude, we're talking about salvaged scraps, simmered at low heat and spun at high speed to remove the fat, then spritzed with ammonia to kill bacteria.
NEWS
April 8, 2012
This is the first of three excerpts from Lisa Scottoline's new book, "Come Home," which comes out on Tuesday. Chapter One Jill stopped on the stairway, listening. She thought she heard a voice calling her from outside, but she'd been wrong before. It was probably the rushing of the rain, or the lash of the wind through the trees. Still, she listened, hoping. "Babe?" Sam paused on the stair, resting his hand on the banister. He looked back at her, his eyes a puzzled blue behind his glasses.
BUSINESS
April 1, 2012 | N/A
"If you called it finely textured lean beef, would we be here?" - Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, defending the meat product slammed as "pink slime" by critics. "The people who don't participate in this market are making it more expensive for those who do. " ?- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on what would happen if the so-called individual mandate is eliminated from the Affordable Care Act. "You could say that about buying a car. "? - Justice Antonin Scalia, in a retort to Ginsburg.
FOOD
March 22, 2012
Burger lovers know the name Pat LaFrieda. The North Jersey meat purveyor creates the superior beefy blends that make burgers at places like Pub & Kitchen unparalleled. The new easy-to-use e-store means those of us not in the biz can now cook up LaFrieda beef, lamb, pork, or veal at home. The brisket burger blend we tried left dinner guests in awe of our burger prowess. (And possibly set the bar a little too high all future parties.) Note: Shipping is pricey, but you can order up to four things for the same shipping price.
NEWS
March 22, 2012
TIME WAS, a chef could do one thing exceedingly well and make a name. But chefs and eateries in Philadelphia are starting to take pride in their versatility, adapting their cuisine to specialized needs. And yes, a big one is plant-based eating. Derek Davis, whose restaurant, Derek's, is a fine-dining fixture in Manayunk, told the Daily News earlier this month: "When I look at my menu, I see we're lacking things that are strictly vegetables, without any dairy, without any animal fats.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 2012
Food: Vegan Vietnamese, starring banh mi hoagies ($4-$5) and rice noodles ($5), both starring deliciously fake (soy protein) chicken, ham and beef, dressed in cilantro, homemade pickles, coconut and/or jalapeƱos. Find it: For now, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 33rd and Chestnut; Saturday-Sunday at Clark Park, 43rd and Baltimore. Look for: A hand-painted hotdog cart with a red umbrella and kung fu trimmings. Eat on: The grass, or standing by a tall table balanced on milk crates.
NEWS
February 19, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Newly acquired defenseman Pavel Kubina gives the Flyers some beef - he stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 258 pounds - and brings the team something that has been missing since Chris Pronger was sidelined in November with a concussion: nastiness. "He's a big dude. He's playing dirty," Flyers winger Jaromir Jagr said during a break in the Flyers Wives Carnival on Sunday at the crowded Wells Fargo Center. "I think that's what we're missing a little bit. " Jagr said he and Kubina are "good friends, and he was killing me in front of the net. I didn't like to play against him at all. " "He's something we don't have - a righthanded shot," general manager Paul Holmgren said.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 15, 2011
Company line: "Our selection of gourmet gift baskets are filled with fresh, quality ingredients, so you or your gift recipients can enjoy treats that taste great. " Chain: Hickory Farms. Location: Plaza at King of Prussia Mall. Order time: No wait. In the box: Two five-ounce Beef Summer Sausages; four-ounce blocks of Jalapeno & Cheddar Blend and Smoked Cheddar Blend cheese; Sea Salt & Olive Oil Crackers; two small jars of Sweet Hot Mustard.
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