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I vote this best Halloween sushi. Looks like a finger!

I vote this best Halloween sushi. Looks like a finger!


  

Restaurants with crazy names

(Source: thepoke.co.uk)

  
   (Reblogged from manda)

Beef Jerky Sasquatch

Mosaic artist Jason Mecier used 80 bags of Jack Link’s Beef Jerky to make this masterpiece for National Beef Jerky Day (June 12).

  

Everyone knows about Darfur, but…

Right now Sudanese citizens in the Nuba Mountains are starving to death because they’re caught in the crossfire of their government’s year-long killing campaign. New York Times reporter Nicholas D. Kristof, who’s been writing about the situation, recently snuck into the country “on a dirt track controlled by rebels” to provide a first-person update about the crisis. He writes:

PERHAPS hundreds of thousands of people here have no food and are reduced to eating leaves and insects, as Sudan’s government starves and bombs its own people in the Nuba Mountains. Children are beginning to die…

This week will mark a year since Sudan began its brutal counterinsurgency campaign in the Nuba Mountains, intended to crush a rebel force that is popular here and controls much of the region. Sudan has expelled aid workers, blocked food shipments and humanitarian aid, and dropped bombs haphazardly — and almost daily — on its own citizens…

World leaders are mostly turning a blind eye. There isn’t even serious talk about damaging the military airstrips that Sudan’s warplanes take off from before dropping bombs on civilians, or about forcing a humanitarian corridor, or about arranging airdrops of food. As a result, the only certainty is that many Nuba will starve to death in the coming months.

President Obama, you harshly criticized President Bush for failing to stand up to Sudan’s slaughter in Darfur. So now what are you going to do as Sudan kills again — on your watch?”

(Source: Starving Its Own Children - NYTimes.com)

Want to help? Learn more here: http://www.nubasurvival.com/.


  
FACT: The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the time he/she graduates from high school.

  

(Source: thatslikewhoa.com)

  
sushi pandas

sushi pandas


  
All in all, it is the largest and most beautiful restaurant now operating in Grand Forks. It attracts visitors from out of town as well as people who live here.
Food critic Marilyn Hagerty reviewing the Olive Garden in a North Dakota city that waited 30 years for the restaurant to open there.

(Source: grandforksherald.com)


  
Tomorrow farmers and students start 6-day Fast for Fair Food to promote farmworkers rights in Florida. 

Tomorrow farmers and students start 6-day Fast for Fair Food to promote farmworkers rights in Florida. 


  
   (Reblogged from gempari)