Singapore has approved the sale of cultured meat this week, setting a first for world governments.
On Tuesday, Eat Just, a San Francisco-based startup, announced that the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) approved the sale of its chicken nuggets, which are made from lab-grown chicken cells.
A simple rice recipe featuring KFC Original Recipe chicken has apparently sent local Twitter users abuzz in Japan.
As we’ve covered before, KFC became a yuletide tradition for many Japanese mostly due to a brilliant promotional campaign during the 1974 holidays season. Japan’s special affinity with KFC remains evident today with the American fast-food chain raking in millions of dollars in revenue with its special “KFC Christmas dinners” each year.
On September 24, the Grammy award-winning rapper posted a video of herself eating the flesh from a chicken foot. And it seemed like she was really enjoying the delicacy.
No matter how fresh diners want their food, nobody probably wants it to be way too fresh that it can actually spring back to life after serving.
Such is the case of one terrifying viral video that shows what appears to be a piece of raw chicken leaping out of its plate to the horror of diners.
A woman in China was recently caught on camera butchering a chicken on the platform of Chongqing subway station in China after she was barred from boarding a train.
The woman entered the subway station carrying a live chicken, Shanghaiist reported. However, she was immediately stopped by security as pets or live stock are not allowed on the subway.
In place of gorgeous young women, fine-looking chickens take the stage at a special chicken beauty pageant in Malaysia.
Originating from the rural state of Kelantan, the unique competition uses a petite breed of chickens known as the Serama chickens.
Stock Rittenhouse, a restaurant in Philadelphia owned by chef Tyler Akin, is getting dragged online after netizens discovered a dish on the menu called Pho Fried Chicken Sandwich.
According to the description, the sandwich consists of “crispy chicken thigh with fish sauce caramel glaze, pho spices, cilantro root mayonnaise, spicy hoisin, black pepper, coriander pickled onions, and Thai basil.”
Every Asian child knows this classic story: boy meets chicken, boy raises chicken as his loving pet, boy gets tricked into eating his own chicken.
Facebook user, William Lin shared the heartbreaking story of his pet chicken and its demise on the group “Subtle Asian Traits.”
BuzzFeed Tasty, the popular Instagram account for quick meals and procrastination, recently released a video detailing how to make pho, a popular Vietnamese soup, and viewers had a lot to say in the comments.
A waitress at a restaurant in The Punggol Settlement in Punggol Road, Singapore has gone viral after being filmed serving chicken and setting it ablaze while dancing to techno music.
Chicken feet have long been part of many of the world’s cuisines — in Asia, China, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand are just some countries that have their own special ways of preparing it.
But not everyone in these places eats chicken, let alone its feet. Why some do is puzzling for those who don’t — after all, a chicken only has one pair, so it’s unlikely an everyday dish.
New York ad agency Ogilvy & Mather‘s Hong Kong branch has thought of a brilliant and fiery way to promote Kentucky Fried Chicken’s spicy chicken.
The agency photoshopped KFC Hong Kong’s spicy chicken to make it look like flames and smoke coming out of a rocket ship, as can be seen in a Facebook post made by Post-Production Advertising, which managed to gather more than 7,700 shares and 6,700 reactions.