Albert Hofmann, the pioneering Swiss chemist and advocate of psychedelics who discovered the hallucinogenic properties of LSD, died Tuesday. He was 102.
Treating cattle with Zilmax a few weeks before slaughter. So what if the taste and texture are compromised? So what if it might not be good for the people who eat it? There is profit to be made.
Awesome pet owner treats his dog with cancer to an epic last meal.
It's the new planking.
How to make your own Twinkies- and lots of other yummy things to eat.
Make your own Sriracha. Share your your own hot stuff with your hottie or something like that.
flame broiled too
There shall ne'er be another region that's as kriminally komparable.
Do not eat the Calimari...I repeat, do NOT eat the Calimari.
And here is the crime scene: http://i.imgur.com/7AOBR.png
You'd think he'd ask for more than $250 a plate.
At last- no more pounding the meep out of the bottle.
This is a probing investigative piece on things that give us nightmares. Sam Jordan, our wannabe Pulitzer Prize winner, offers up his physical and psychological well being in order to determine if all of the old wives tales concerning what gives us nightmares is true. Mike Wallace would be proud.
Susanne Eman, 33, from Arizona revealed her controversial dream of reaching a target weight of over 115 stone (1600lbs) last year - to become the biggest human ever.
Puke o' the Irish: One man tries to drink an entire gallon of Shamrock Shakes for St. Patrick's Day.
All right kiddies, here's the plan:
You are what you eat. Ewww.
"When your signature dish is hamburger in between a doughnut, and you've been cheerfully selling this stuff knowing all along that you've got Type 2 diabetes ... it's in bad taste if nothing else." (Anthony Bourdain)
An Illinois man sued Pepsi in 2009 after he claims he 'spat out the soda to reveal a dead mouse".
Founder and editor Christopher Kimball pens another folksy tale about rural life.
Yeah, this arose from a Facebook post about a meal that was alleged to be 74 months old.
Tastes like chicken.
I wonder if it tastes like dirty pennies.
An exploration of meepbaggery
Farmers who raise food-producing animals use about 29 million pounds of antibiotics each year, according to the Food and Drug Administration, and the latest Salmonella outbreak in ground turkey turned out to be caused by a strain resistant to several antibiotics.
Reminds me of yo momma
Breathe in the Prince of Meats.
For decades, policy makers have tried and failed to get Americans to eat less salt. In April 2010 the Institute of Medicine urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to regulate the amount of salt that food manufacturers put into products; New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has already convinced 16 companies to do so voluntarily. But if the U.S. does conquer salt, what will we gain? Bland french fries, for sure. But a healthy nation? Not necessarily.
Montana De Oro.
Less than 2 hours before he hiked his last steps in the Tyrolean Alps 5000 years ago, tzi the Iceman fueled up on a last meal of ibex meat.
Scientist Develops Steaks From Human Asscrap.
pole shift bah blah blah, still a nice store house of survival info.
Time to pull our collective meep out of our Wal-Mart desk chairs and get a little meepin' SUNLIGHT.
Think you live on caffeine? You're still no match for a newly described bitty bacteria called Pseudomonas putida CBB5. These little guys can feast on pure caffeine all day-and presumably all night-long.
Man backs out of cannibal feast.
fast little meepers.
Lustig's argument, however, is not about the consumption of empty calories - and biochemists have made the same case previously, though not so publicly. It is that sugar has unique characteristics, specifically in the way the human body metabolizes the fructose in it, that may make it singularly harmful, at least if consumed in sufficient quantities.
I'm getting some NASA-Level infos for mah barbecue build.
Happy Pig to Decadent Dish and Everything in Between
That is all.
This is the recipe I commandeered from the ex about 20 years ago.
I nub risotto!
wet burps (and zeroG beer tasting experiments)
Simun derives milk from willing New York mothers, who she has gotten in touch with through Only The Breast, an online community devoted to mothers looking to buy or sell breast milk.
I've often wondered if it was. I don't touch the stuff, but I've watched some who can't live without it. Conspiracy, or did the soda industry just get lucky?
It's actually a great value, because often companies either meep on either your intelligence or the environment, and here's Del Monte swooping like an angel made of meep, and meeps all over both at once.
Someone try this meep and let us know....