The latest installment of Hidden Maryland takes you behind the scenes of the Orioles’ clubhouse kitchen, where this season the team is working with a new chef to offer more nutritious and delicious food options to its players.
Is there a food revolution in the works? Scientists unveiled the world’s first lab-grown beef burger in London on Monday, frying it in a little oil and butter and serving it to taste tasters. The meat was created by knitting together some 20,000 strands of protein that was cultured from cattle stem cells in the lab of Dutch scientist Mark Post, a vascular biologist at Maastricht University.
In Indonesia’s Yogyakarta province, Yasir Feri Ismatrada took on the family business of producing mie lethek (in Javanese, “dirty noodles”) at a factory founded by his late grandfather. Yasir’s family continues to use traditional processes to make their mie lethek. A one-ton stone cylinder is rotated by cows in order to grind flour, a technique rarely seen today, according to Getty Images.