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· February, 2011

Stories about Food from February, 2011

3 February 2011

Mexico: Día de la Candelaria and Tamales

Egypt: Five Killed in Tahrir Square as Egyptians Day 10 Protests Begin

Anti-Mubarak demonstrations are continuing for the 10th day across Egypt, with harrowing reports of death and injuries coming out of Cairo's Tahrir Square, where government-paid thugs clashed with protesters all...

2 February 2011

Kuwait: Blogger Sued for Restaurant Review

What started as a normal thing, a blogger writing a personal review of a newly opened restaurant, suddenly escalated into online drama when the restaurant manager threatened with a lawsuit....

1 February 2011

Video: Explosive Chinese Popcorn

Videos of a unique Chinese popcorn making technique are doing their rounds on the internet. While for many popcorn popping has a unique rhythm to it that trickles from a single...

Angola: “Melon of gold” uncovers social gap

Egypt: Mubarak is Strangling Us, as Banks Remain Closed and Food Runs Out

Banks and stock markets remain closed in Egypt today, as Egyptians continue their anti-Mubarak protests for the eighth day in a row. Reports continue to emerge of food and medical...

Botswana: How To Make Morula Jam

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