PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Officials in Rhode Island say a city firefighter has been fired for saying an elderly black woman should “stop eating fried chicken” when he responded to a call for medical aid. Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare says Andre Ferro was terminated Tuesday by the city’s Fire Department Trial Board. The board...
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2014 - KENNEDY FRIED CHICKEN PIZZA AND GRILL INC
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- Firefighter axed for telling black woman to ‘stop eating fried chicken’
By Associated Press - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
- This Is What A $100 Order Of Chicken And Waffles Looks Like
By Mark Shrayber - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
It's on the menu at Yardbird Southern Kitchen in Las Vegas for #NationalFriedChickenDay, and it's so so worth the price.
- Grab Your Picnic Baskets: The Party’s Moving Outside
By TEJAL RAO - Monday Jun 26, 2017
Experienced outdoor diners say planning is crucial: scouting a spot, bringing the right extras and finding a spot on the menu for fried chicken.
- Just smelling food can make you fat, UC Berkeley study says
By Alison Graham - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
On the bustling streets of San Francisco, people can sense what’s grilling, baking and frying in restaurants from North Beach to Noe Valley without even looking at the menus, as myriad cuisines serve up a smorgasbord of aromas for the nostrils.[...] what most foodies and waist-watchers strolling by don’t realize, is that just smelling burgers, pizza, sushi, falafel and all the other sweet and savory offerings could be causing them to gain weight.Researchers Andrew Dillin and Celine Riera studied three groups of mice — normal mice, “super-smellers” and ones without a sense of smell — and saw a direct correlation between their ability to smell and how much weight they gained from a high-fat, “Burger King diet,” Dillin said.Other studies have shown that olfactory systems, the organs and lobes related to smell, can influence things like sexual behavior or fertility, but this study isn’t related to internal functions or hormones, said Riera, a former UC Berkeley postdoctoral fellow now at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.The mice in the study who lost their sense of smell also saw a significant increase in the hormone noradrenaline — a stress response from the nervous system that can lead to a heart attack if levels are too high.[...] it could also be an option for obese people who are considering such weight-reduction alternatives as stomach stapling or gastric-band surgery, even with the potential for high levels of noradrenaline.In the study, researchers injected a toxin that destroyed olfactory neurons in the nose, but they avoided the stem cells which allowed the neurons to grow back in three to eight weeks.Because once the sense of smell comes back, the weight could also return.
- Shakewell finds its niche in Oakland
By Michael Bauer - Thursday Dec 1, 2016
Image 1of/9 CaptionClose Image 1 of 9 Fried chicken with chile sauce and yogurt at Shakewell in Oakland ($16) Fried chicken with chile sauce and yogurt at Shakewell in Oakland ($16) Image 2 of 9 Beet salad with blue cheese, hazelnuts and citrus vinaigrette ($12) Beet salad with blue cheese, hazelnuts and citrus vinaigrette ($12) Image 3 of 9 Dates wrapped in bacon with chorizo and piquillo sauce ($14) Dates wrapped in bacon with chorizo and piquillo sauce ($14) Image 4 of 9 Octopuswith potatoes, salsa verde, olives, Calabrian chiles and chorizo ($18) Octopuswith potatoes, salsa verde, olives, Calabrian chiles and chorizo ($18) Image 5 of 9 Paella with chicken
- Another New York Diner Turns Off the Grill, a Victim of Rising Rents
By REMY TUMIN - Sunday Jul 16, 2017
Cup & Saucer is closing after more than 70 years in Lower Manhattan, the latest sign that the days of the classic city diner may be numbered.