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‘Olympic kitty’ leaps off table to eat food out of human’s hand, amazes netizens. Watch | Trending

“Here kitty kitty,” reads the caption shared along with the clip.

By Trisha Sengupta

PUBLISHED ON AUG 26, 2021 11:58 AM IST

If you’re looking for a cat related video that can uplift your mood almost instantly, then here is a kitty video tailor-made for you. The clip shows a kitty leaping off a table to eat food out of its human’s hand. There is a chance that the video will not only make you go ‘wow’ but leave you chuckling too.

The video is shared on Twitter handle Mack & Becky Comedy. “Here kitty kitty,” reads the caption shared

Healthy Food

Hy-Vee Dietitian: How to make healthy food everyone will love | Opinion

Q. My family makes it a priority to eat meals together most nights (as activities allow). I try to cook healthy meals for my family, but it is hard to find a meal that everyone likes. Each person has certain foods they don’t like. For example, one loves onions, while the next hates them. Do you have any suggestions for how to make healthy food that everyone will love?

A. The first thing you should do is to base your meals on MyPlate — an easy visual to gauge the healthiness of your meal — with half your plate being

Fat Free Food

Eating Habits to Avoid if You Want to Lose Weight, Say Dietitians

If you’re trying to lose weight, it’s not just your diet that needs to adjust—your eating habits can also play a major role in helping (or sabotaging) your weight loss goals.

“A lot of people know what they should be eating, but tend to struggle when implementing healthy habits around eating,” says Roxana Ehsani, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN, registered dietitian nutritionist and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “For example, I’ve seen a number of patients that are frustrated because they are eating well and exercising routinely but are not seeing desired weight loss results

International Food

seven priorities to end hunger and protect the planet

The world’s food system is in disarray. One in ten people is undernourished. One in four is overweight. More than one-third of the world’s population cannot afford a healthy diet. Food supplies are disrupted by heatwaves, floods, droughts and wars. The number of people going hungry in 2020 was 15% higher than in 2019, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and armed conflicts1.

Our planetary habitat suffers, too. The food sector emits about 30% of the world’s greenhouse gases. Expanding cropland, pastures and tree plantations drive two-thirds of the loss in forests (5.5 million hectares per year), mostly in

Japanese Food

Mexihanas Hibachi Grill in Long Beach offers Japanese food with a Mexican twist

LONG BEACH, Calif. — The restaurant Mexihanas Hibachi Grill offers Japanese food with a Mexican twist.

“Everyone was selling tacos, everybody was selling tortas, menudo, and pozole, so I wanted to bring to my city something that we didn’t have,” said Martin Luzanilla, the owner of Mexihanas.

During the pandemic, Martin Luzanilla was struggling financially. So he decided to take a chance and start Mexihanas, selling food out of his driveway.

“The pandemic hit, jobs were out the door. We were down to our last $2,000 in the bank and we had no other way of income or resources of

Food Recipes

15 Easy Tomato Recipes – The New York Times

Perhaps you’ve already excitedly made gazpacho and pico de gallo and maybe even prepared a batch of red sauce for the freezer, but those perfectly ripe (and fresh) summer tomatoes at the market sure are tempting. So you lug home another few pounds of them, unable to resist but without a plan. Good news: New York Times Cooking has plenty. Below are more than a dozen recipes that put the quintessential fruit of the season front and center, so you won’t have regretted following their call.

The nostalgia of eating a juicy tomato, sliced and tucked between slices of mayo-slathered

Trending Food

Diverting Central Florida‘s food waste grows from one-man mission to team effort

ORLANDO, Fla. – One man with a truck and a pitchfork — that’s how Charlie Pioli described O-Town Compost when he started the business a little more than a year and a half ago. Now, he has a team of workers and a workspace in an Orlando warehouse.

O-Town Compost is a subscription service where Pioli and his team give customers a bucket lined with a compostable bag. The customers then fill that bucket with their food and organic waste. O-Town Compost collects the bucket for composting and leaves a fresh bucket in its place. Twice per year, the