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  1. The James Beard Award-winning Travel Channel host talks about the highs and lows of eating for a living.
  2. 1. Freezing milk for several weeks ahead 2. Freezing eggs in an ice tray 3. Keeping your favorite sauce in a freezer bag 4. Lettuce leaves wrapped in a paper towel will stay fresh longer 5. Apples can be stored in the fridge for several months 6. Store carrots in sand to keep them fresh 7. Prevent cottage cheese and sour cream from spoiling by turning them upside down 8. Onions will stay fresh if you put them into a glass of water 9. Fresh greens are best kept in glass jars 10. Keep honey from oxidizing by storing it in a glass jar Source
  3. Hi, I'm just curious, ChefOnline is an online platform connected with over 300 restaurants and you can just order through them. The prices are alright, I mean the same as they are in the restaurants. Have you ever order through them? Or heard of them?
  4. Even though our world is still riddled with issues, collectively, it seems we are slowly moving towards a more positive direction. Exercpt: The number of hungry people around the world has dropped below 800 million for the first time since the United Nations started counting the figure a quarter-century ago, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said in its annual report. The Rome-based FAO said Wednesday that there are 795 million people around the world suffering from hunger — 216 million fewer than in 1990-92 — and that the world was on track to potentially eradicate the problem within the lifetime of today's young people. "We must be the zero-hunger generation," FAO director general Jose Graziano da Silva said. In the developing world, the prevalence of undernourishment has declined to 12.9 percent of the population, from 23.3 percent about 25 years ago, the report found. A total of 72 out of 129 countries monitored by the FAO have achieved the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target of reducing the rate of undernourishment by half this year. Developing regions as a whole only missed the objective by a narrow margin. [source] [Article]