Food Recipes & News

How to Make Food and Clean Water in Metal Gear Survive

Below is a list of food recipes that can be made at the Campfire in Metal Gear Survive. Use food to fill your hunger meter while out on missions. You’ll find out how to make different foods like Grilled Karakul Sheep and drinkable water with the recipes below. These are vital to surviving out in the world of Dite. Note ...

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New downtown Columbus seafood restaurant now open for business

After months of planning and development, a new downtown Columbus fresh seafood restaurant quietly opened its doors this week. Blu Crabs, the baby of owner/chef Sonya Patterson, opened in a corner spot of the Empire Building on 12th Street across from Columbus Bank & Trust main office. The address is 1205 First Ave., but the entrance is on the north… ...

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Thai cooking made easy

Produced in cooperation with Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Thai Beverage, the video clips on Thai street food cooking have been uploaded to the YouTube “40 Thai Street Food Recipes” channel and are bring promoted via various social media sites on a weekly basis. In his article published on July 31, 2017, CNN Travel writer, Mark Wiens, wrote: “In ...

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Saturdays are for seafood at The World, Centara Grand at CentralWorld

Bangkok–22 Feb–Centara Grand CentralWorld Saturdays at Centara Grand at CentralWorld’s ‘The World’ restaurant are all about seafood, with our all-you-can-eat premium buffet priced at just THB 1,890++ per person…this also includes free-flow Italian red and white wine From 18.00 – 22.30 hrs., guests can feast on unlimited helpings of fresh crab, moreish raw oysters-on-ice, huge river prawns and luxurious rock ...

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Burger King battles Taco Bell for fast food dollars

Call it the battle of the Naked Chicken Chips versus the Angry King. Taco Bell officially edged out Burger King in U.S. sales in 2017, and sales growth at the Mexican-themed chain actually outpaced that of the Whopper maker in Canada last year, says Robert Carter, executive director of food service at market research firm NPD Group. The chalupa and ...

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Gamer’s Guidebook: Open-world games allow for more exploration, but can be inhibited by repetition

Games have always been a huge part of the entertainment industry, but what makes them entertaining? Game makers expend significant effort making design decisions people often don’t think about when they’re playing each game. Each week, columnist Evan Charfauros will examine the pros and cons of different game mechanics as seen in the modern gaming industry. Gamers now have the ...

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Superb fish recipes for Lent (and the rest of the year)

For Christians, Lent is a time for quiet reflection. For austerity. For repentance. But mostly it’s a time for fish. Catholics and members of some other denominations choose to eat fish instead of meat on Ash Wednesday — today — and every Friday until Easter. (For the Orthodox denominations, Great Lent begins Monday; adherents generally refrain from eating meat or ...

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Fast food is coming to your doorstep, but it can cost more

It’s never been easier to get burgers, burritos and other items from fast-food chains delivered to your doorstep. But the convenience can hurt your wallet. More fast-food companies have been offering delivery by teaming up with food-ordering apps, many of which charge fees or other added-on costs. The chains see delivery as another way to boost sales, but for customers, ...

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