Scientists claim oregano could cure prostate cancer Oregano has long been known to possess a variety of beneficial health effects, but a new study by researchers at Long Island University indicates that an ingredient of this spice could potentially be used to treat prostate cancer.
Chicken overtakes pepperoni as most popular topping When it comes to pizza toppings, it seems chicken has a leg up on the longtime standby and has become the most popular protein ingredient listed on restaurant menus in the U.S., according to the findings of a market research report.
Combine grilling with two beloved foods – pizza and sandwiches – and you get an unbeatable combination. This book includes quick and easy instructions for more than 75 recipes, full-colour photographs, step-by-step techniques, and party menus.
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Canadians eating some of the saltiest fast foods Canada's fast-food industry has shirked its responsibilities to consumers by serving some of the saltiest menu offerings in the world, an international group of researchers said earlier this month.
CRFA releases detailed 2012 Canadian Chef Survey results African cuisine, black garlic and gluten-free beer top the list of up-and-coming menu trends in the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association’s (CRFA’s) 2012 Chef Survey.