PHOTO: Screengrab/YouTube/Annette Lee Deer penis or goat's brain? Have your pick. Chances are that these aren't your everyday eats but they are definitely part of the local cuisine in Singapore. With that in mind, influencers Zermatt Neo and Annette Lee set off on an "exotic" food journey in hopes of being able to stomach everything in. … Continue reading Zermatt Neo and Annette Lee tour exotic foods in Singapore
Women in Gaza are struggling to produce the milk they need to breastfeed their babies and keep them alive, ActionAid has said. The charity describes food shortages in the Gaza Strip as "acute" and is concerned about the impact on the mothers of newborns. Heba, who is currently at a UN shelter, told ActionAid the situation in … Continue reading Charity group stresses the impact of food and water shortages on women and newborns in Gaza
Ukraine is planning to sue Poland, Hungary and Slovakia over their bans on its agricultural products, according to a report by Politico. Kyiv could impose reciprocal measures on Poland if Warsaw did not drop the measures, Ukrainian Trade Representative Taras Kachka told the news outlet. "We would be forced to retaliate on the additional products, … Continue reading Ukraine planning to sue three countries over food import ban – report
Kaduna residents now skip meals due to the rising cost of foodstuff in the market. Many residents who spoke to reporters in Kaduna, on Sunday lamented the high increase in the price of foodstuff, ingredients and basic necessities. A resident of Narayi community in Kaduna, Mr James Madaki said before now, he had three square … Continue reading Nigerians skip meals as food prices soar
KFC fans in the UK eat over 700 million pieces of chicken a year. To mark National Fried Chicken day, the fast food outlet conducted a study that showed Brits devour a huge amount of chicken each year and revealed that the countries favorite meal is the Boneless Banquet, selling over 16 million meals a … Continue reading What Brits love most about KFC
A boy asks his father, "Dad, are bugs good to eat?" "That's disgusting. Don't talk about things like that over dinner," the dad replies. After dinner the father asks, "Now, son, what did you want to ask me?" "Oh, nothing," the boy says. "There was a bug in your soup, but now it’s gone."
My niece made some food for another family at church. She prayed over it, asking the kids if they’d like to add anything. Her 3-year-old daughter, Boston, said: “Thank you, God, that we didn’t give them all of our food.”
Rice, noodles, pork, steamed bread, soup and filled dumplings are served to Chinese pupils in most private or public schools as the main menu, with little changes and some extras like fruits, juice or snacks. There's a big difference to what pupils eat for lunch in Chinese schools. However, it'll be right to state here … Continue reading What School Kids Eat in China Will Surprise You