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· October, 2010

Stories about Food from October, 2010

Mexico: Interview with author of Mexican desserts cookbook

Bangladesh: The Importance Of Tea And Singara

Guyana: Entrepreneurship

Ukraine, Serbia: Food, Libraries, Dwellings

D.R. of Congo: Food Thursday: Pounded Plantains

Russia: More on the Kremlin Worm

Zimbabwe: What does Zimbabwe have to offer children?

El Salvador: Demanding Local Food

Japan: Udon noodle to cause water pollution

South Asia: Bloggers Discussing Water Issues

A number of South Asian bloggers have participated in the Blog Action Day 2010, which focuses on the theme 'water'. Let us look at what some of them are discussing...

Japan: Virtual water

Japan: Living a long life

Bhutan: Washing Hands For Better Health

Maldives: No McDonald's

Africa: Make Your Own Baobab Juice

Can We Halve Global Hunger by 2015?

World leaders from some 140 countries gathered at a United Nations Summit in New York from September 20-22 to discuss the best approaches for achieving eight poverty-reducing goals by 2015....

Senegal: Wade's Son Takes Over Energy Ministry as Power Outage Increases

Mexican Cuisine Declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO

Mexican cuisine is well known for its variety of flavors and colors, and for its combination of different spices and unique ingredient. This year it was declared a "Masterpiece of...

Puerto Rico: Stamps for Fast Food

Kuwait: Let the Tomatoes Rot!

Tomatoes are now eight times more expensive in Kuwait than they were a month ago - and netizens are not taking the change in prices in stride. They cannot find...

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