With Eid ul Azha on the horizon, most homes will have a large quantity of meat from their sacrificial animals. With so much meat to keep, it can be quite tricky to store them safely. So, here are some hacks for storing meat to keep them fresh, and make the most use of your refrigerator.
Livestock ministry’s sales begin in Dhaka’s 20 places
Beef at Tk 640 a kg, mutton Tk 940 a kg, dressed broiler Tk 340 a kg, milk Tk 80 a litre and egg Tk 10 a piece
During winter, stews, soups, and broth are frequently served as everyone wants a big supper as the temperatures drop. They crave food that will not only keep them warm but also provide the nutrition needed to stave off seasonal illnesses that are so prevalent. While a broth can be compared to a thin soup, a stew has a thicker consistency as the elements — large pieces of vegetables, meat, poultry, or fish—are cooked slowly over low heat. On these chilly January evenings, you can stay warm by making one of these stew recipes below.
Nothing in Bangladesh completely captures the spirit of winter like a barbecue with your closest friends! You could simply buy some burgers and hot dogs, invite some friends over, and call it a BBQ party, or you could go a little further with some essential preparation and a carefully considered menu and surprise your guests with your culinary prowess. Here are just some things you can do to up the barbecue-host game.
Global meat consumption has increased significantly in recent decades, with per capita consumption almost doubling since the early 1960s, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Whereas an average of 23.1 kilograms (50.8 pounds) of meat per person were consumed annually in the '60s, the figure had risen to 43.2 kilograms in 2019. Studies show that wealthier countries tend to consume more meat. Projections show that global per capita meat consumption will climb to 69.5 kilograms in 2022 — but the figure will be 27.6 kilograms in the developing world.
Once a strong advocate for the vegan lifestyle, Bear Grylls revealed that he longer supports the lifestyle he once led religiously. The bravest man on television revealed in a recent interview that he is actively ‘against’ eating nuts, grains, wheat and vegetables after they negatively impacted his health.
It is a story of discomfort. Of calm, ruthless violence. A drag-your-hands-down-to-uncover-your-eyes gaze at the oblivion we practice not only during Eid holidays, but on any regular day in Bangladesh.
Street food in Thailand is a prominent feature of any visit to Thailan, for both its variety, cost effectiveness and taste. The indigenous ingredients and relatively cheaper prices attract people from all around the world. During a recent trip to Thailand, I was fortunate to experience this for myself.