A creamy corn soup, chicken with a peppery stew and a fresh take on peach Melba round out David Tanis’s late-season menu.
The restaurant has beguiled British palates for almost three decades. But a recent chicken shortage saw almost 50 stores temporarily close this last week.
The recalled products may be contaminated and linked to a salmonella outbreak, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Operations at several owned by JBS, which processes one-fifth of the country’s beef, were affected, according to union representatives and Facebook posts meant for employees.
This chicken Milanese is always a hit with Gay’s wife.
A slight spin on Melissa Clark’s chicken Milanese has become a mainstay in the author’s kitchen.
More than 160 illnesses and dozens of hospitalizations have been reported across 43 states, officials said. “These are not house pets and a lot of people confuse that,” a poultry educator said.
This dinner of bone-in chicken legs, roasted with lemon, honey, feta and chile, is best eaten out of hand — but don’t forget the napkins.
Denounced by politicians and reviled by food safety activists, American-bred “chlorinated chickens” have become a symbol of all the U.K. fears about a looming trade deal.
Creamy coconut milk and homemade spice blends run through this warming kukul mas maluwa, inspired by a grandmother’s cooking.
Scaled for a smaller crowd and easy enough for weeknights, these festive Passover recipes will become part of your regular rotation.
While some of New York’s most celebrated kitchens are dormant, Winner, a takeout-only cafe in Brooklyn, has flourished.
A nitrogen leak killed six workers and injured 11, but many in the heavily undocumented work force, advocates said, are too fearful to go in for medical checks.
His restaurants closed and his glory faded, but a historical reclamation effort is bringing new attention to the secret sauce he perfected.
The authorities said five people were found dead at a Prime Pak Foods plant in Gainesville, Ga., and a sixth person died at a hospital. At least nine others were hospitalized, officials said.
The fashion designer Peter Som’s most cherished family recipe has only gotten better with time.
After some heavy holiday fare, David Tanis suggests these light dishes, as impactful alone as they are together.
When Nik Sharma left Mumbai for Ohio years ago, he had to leave his family’s holiday celebration behind too. Now he recreates one of his favorite dishes, chicken cafreal, in his own kitchen.
The fast-food chain has named Tyson Foods, Perdue Farms and other producers in a lawsuit, which carries the latest allegations of price fixing in the industry.
The Justice Department said the company helped fix the price of chicken and passed the cost to consumers.
Easy, festive, and bursting with spiced, seasonal fruit, this late summer dinner should be made before plum season ends.
A beloved dish from Yotam Ottolenghi’s father inspired this one-pan spaghetti dinner.
The author spent more than a decade seeking the heart of French cuisine for his new book, “Dirt.” But in quarantine, he just wants to make the perfect chicken.
Poultry plants continue to run processing lines at a breakneck speed, making it impossible for workers to social distance.
Meat- and poultry-processing facilities have become hotspots for COVID-19 outbreaks, with cases spreading in over 100 plants across the country.
Federal and state public health researchers reported Friday, May 1, that at least 115 meat and poultry plants in 19 states have had been affected by the pandemic. In all, the researchers counted at least 4,913 sickened workers and at least 20 deaths. The findings are likely an undercount given different testing strategies at facilities and the fact that some facilities did not submit any data.
For instance, the only data researchers had from Iowa indicated that only 377 workers in two plants in the state had been sickened. But on Tuesday, May 5, Iowa health officials announced that there were at least 1,653 cases from four plants that had outbreaks—meaning 10 percent or more of the workforce had been sickened.
The executive order is meant to prevent shortages of pork, chicken and other products. But unions fear it will endanger workers in the plants, which have become coronavirus hot spots.
The executive order is aimed at preventing shortages of pork, chicken and other products by ensuring that meat processing facilities remain open despite a risk of coronavirus outbreaks.
An industry group said nearly 2 million chickens were “depopulated” at the plant’s farms in Delaware and Maryland because of staffing challenges from illness and quarantines.
Books, websites and apps promise to take the guesswork out of choosing a bottle, but nothing is better than experimenting for yourself.
Just add caramelized garlic and jammy cherry tomatoes for a simple, comforting sheet-pan dinner.
Some employees are coming in sick, and one woman died after being ordered back to work. “Our work conditions are out of control,” a longtime Tyson employee said.