Pet Food Brand Rolls Out Via eCommerce

Celebrity pet food brand Made by Nacho, which is described as “a cat food for the modern cat” that includes both wet and dry foods, rolled out on Tuesday (April 6), according to a press release.

The brand was developed by Nacho Flay, a cat “who grew up with 24/7 access to his dad, Chef Bobby Flay,” according to the release.

“While many know I am passionate about cooking, I am equally as passionate about the cats in my life,” celebrity chef Bobby Flay said in the release. “Made by Nacho melds those passions together, and with Nacho by my side, I am proud to share what we created. While I influence the recipes, Nacho does the hard work of creating the menu and paw-selecting every ingredient.”

Made by Nacho’s menu includes “sustainably-caught salmon,” “grass-fed beef,” and “cage-free chicken” because cats are carnivores,

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8 Festive Recipes You Need To Make This Weekend

Presented by Spoon University x Food Network Kitchen

Between freshly-baked cookies, warm cider, and infinite holiday rom-coms to stream, there’s nothing like enjoying the holiday season in all its nostalgic glory. This year, I’m ready to step up my holiday cooking game, so I promised myself I’d try some new festive recipes at home. Luckily, the Food Network Kitchen app is already making my new tradition easy. If you’re ready to celebrate the season with festive holiday dishes, here are 8 recipes to try this weekend:

festive recipes

festive recipes

Strawberry Santas

These are by far the cutest holiday treats I’ve laid eyes on. Seriously, I want to make a million strawberry Santas and give one to everyone I know. For these adorable snacks, all you need are strawberries, chocolate chips, and creamy frosting! This recipe from Food Network Kitchen shows you how to make the frosting from scratch with mascarpone (yum),

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Malaysian doctors urge food handlers to get typhoid vaccine ahead of busy Ramadan month

A Ramadan bazaar trader makes ‘murtabak’ at his home during the movement control order in Shah Alam April 15, 2020. — Reuters pic

A Ramadan bazaar trader makes ‘murtabak’ at his home during the movement control order in Shah Alam April 15, 2020. — Reuters pic

PETALING JAYA, April 5 — Malaysian doctors are calling on food handlers to ensure they are vaccinated against typhoid before the Ramadan month kicks off.

Early prevention is necessary to prevent an outbreak from occurring especially amongst first-time business owners who have turned to home-based cooking or baking to make a living during the Covid-19 pandemic.

In light of this, the Academy of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Malaysia (AOEMM) has partnered with the Facebook group Caring Moms to launch a health education campaign titled “Healthy Food Handlers, Food Safety Assured.”

The campaign will urge homegrown food handlers to practice good hygiene when preparing and delivering food and to maintain public confidence in the safety of their products by getting vaccinated against typhoid.

What is typhoid?

People lining up at a bazaar in Shah Alam March 14, 2021. — Picture by Miera Zulyana

People lining

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