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What's for Dinner? Here is a dinner idea that is not only good tasting, its good for you too!
3 Jun 2010
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Buy it at the wbshop****! Back-to-nature chills and thrills with Scooby-Doo’s all-new original movie! Welcome to Camp Little Moose – where the counselors are friendly, the activities are endless and the urban legends are intense. In fact, every time someone tells a ghost story, the creepy creature comes to life! But the Mystery Inc. gang doesn’t spook that easily so gather ’round the campfire to roast some bad guys. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma fish for clues to solve the mysteries of The Woodsman, The Fishman and The Banshee of Black Canyon. And of course, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are hot on The Case of What’s for Dinner! Scare up summertime fun with the Mystery Inc. gang in this hilarious, feature-length movie that gives new meaning to camp spirit!
27 Aug 2010
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Buy it at the wbshop****! Back-to-nature chills and thrills with Scooby-Doo’s all-new original movie! Welcome to Camp Little Moose – where the counselors are friendly, the activities are endless and the urban legends are intense. In fact, every time someone tells a ghost story, the creepy creature comes to life! But the Mystery Inc. gang doesn’t spook that easily so gather ’round the campfire to roast some bad guys. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma fish for clues to solve the mysteries of The Woodsman, The Fishman and The Banshee of Black Canyon. And of course, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are hot on The Case of What’s for Dinner! Scare up summertime fun with the Mystery Inc. gang in this hilarious, feature-length movie that gives new meaning to camp spirit!
27 Aug 2010
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BY: MIRANDA WHEATLEY You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Insects - they’re what’s for dinner - High in protein and low in fat, insects are what some are calling the meat of the future. “The new meat is bugs (bleh) Yeah.” Video HLN “1/3 of the planet eats bugs as a part of their regular diet …” Treehugger Radio “It’s time for some wax worm tacos ... You have to taste this to believe this.” Girl Meets Bug Making your skin crawl yet? - Two researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands started their campaign for crickets and the like in the 1990s and recently released a study saying bugs are the solution to the world’s food shortage. According to Daily Tech: “Between 2020 and 2050, researchers predict that Westerners will consume insects regularly as an answer to our increasing population needing more meat-related resources. In fact, beef may become a luxury food item like caviar by 2050.” But Care2 reports insects are already more mainstream than you may think... “According to the FDA, chocolate can contain around 60 insect fragments per 100 grams, peanut butter can have 30 insect parts per 100 grams and fruit juice can have either five fruit fly eggs and one or two larvae eggs per 250 mL.” Girl Meets Bug blogger Daniella Martin joins the pro-bug camp, telling TreeHugger Radio putting bugs on the dinner table is simple! And they’re not only savory, but environmentally friendly too. “Insects are the planet’s most available, most sustainable and most abundant form of animal protein (FLASH) They require 10 times less food for instance approximately 1,000 times less water and you know, perhaps hundreds of times less land space just to produce the same amount of protein as any of these other forms of livestock.” Martin suggests avoiding urban bugs because of possible toxins and says her favorite, wax worms, can easily be ordered online. But even with supporters like Martin behind it not all not everyone is sold on the idea. LiveScience argues bugs might not be the environmentally friendly alternative to traditional livestock many are claiming they are. “...this topic is not a hotbed of research, so while some data exist — in particular on the protein content of insects — there are some assumptions built into the latter part of this argument...” The site also quotes a researcher who says: don’t expect many Westerners to voluntarily start munching on meal worms... “...the practical barriers to eating insects ... are extremely large and perhaps currently even likely to be insurmountable.” So do you think you’ll be trading in burgers for beetles? Or does the thought give you the creepy crawlies? Follow Newsy _Videos on Twitter Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN PRODUCED BY ADAM FALK You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy In case you missed it, or want to relive it -- this is your Newsy Week in Review. MONDAY, FEB. 21/ALEX ROZIER, NEWSY: “...4 Americans were taken hostage off the coast of Oman.” And then... just a day later: TUESDAY, FEB. 22/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “Somali pirates fatally shot four American hostages after hijacking their yacht, the Quest, off the coast of Oman.” And while the families of those hostages suffer through their worst nightmare - New Zealand saw its darkest hour this week. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/JIM FLINK, NEWSY: “The third tragedy to strike Christchurch in nearly as many months, has the South Island of New Zealand reeling.” Also this week -- the ins... WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “After a long and controversial candidacy, former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel easily captured the mayor’s office of Chicago...” ...still outs... MONDAY, FEB. 21/CHRISTINA HARTMAN, NEWSY: “Still at large - 14 Democratic state lawmakers who fled the state last week in protest over Governor Scott Walker’s Budget Repair Bill.” And -- still not going anywheres... TUESDAY, FEB. 22/ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO, NEWSY: “Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi went on state television on Tuesday to announce he has no intention to of resigning. Even more, he would rather die as a martyr.” After what international press deemed a week of brutal crackdowns on protesters -- Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi pledged Friday to double salaries for some government workers -- and offered a $400 bonus to every Libyan family. But he’s not the only embattled leader this week hoping that money talks. THURSDAY, FEB. 24/MEGAN MURPHY, NEWSY: “Saudi King Abdullah returned to the nation after being out on medical leave- bringing back $36 billion in gifts for the people. The money will go toward worker pay raises, unemployment benefits, and affordable housing.” Money might talk -- but in the U.S. -- Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas didn’t -- again this week -- passing a quiet milestone. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/CHRISTINA HARTMAN, NEWSY: “It’s been five years since the H.W. Bush-appointee has spoken during oral arguments before the Court. ... To put that in perspective, no other justice on the High Court has gone without speaking for longer than a year -- much less FIVE -- in the last 40 years!” But with developments in tech this week - who needs humans? It was rage against the machine. There was the amazing: MONDAY, FEB. 21/ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO: “The goal? Fully autonomous cars that can easily interact with their human passengers.” ...the potentially annoying... MONDAY, FEB. 21/CHANCE SEALES: “Your phone’s ringing. It could be your mom, dad, or your pill bottle? Well that could be the case if you choose to buy the world’s first Internet-connected medication packaging.” ...and the downright creepy. TUESDAY, FEB. 22/CYREIA SANDLIN, NEWSY: “Call it a twist on the classic game of pick-ups. ... A new Facebook app can notify you when that crush you’ve been stalking, I mean, following, is at long last, single.” Speaking of breakups - a new study suggests cutting off your relationship with meat. Your rebound partner? WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23/ALEX ROZIER, NEWSY: “Insects - they’re what’s for dinner - High in protein and low in fat, insects are what some are calling the meat of the future.” And finally - Newsy’s most commented story of the week. TUESDAY, FEB. 22/JENNY MECKLES, NEWSY: “Irresponsible. Cowardly. Honorable. Smart. That about summarizes the mixed reaction to the decision of 14 Democratic senators from Wisconsin who fled the state in protest of the governor’s Budget Repair Bill.” That’s your Newsy Week in Review. Thanks for getting all your multi-source video news analysis from us. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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Saturday July 23: beach all day and Cape Cod League Baseball in the evening. They serve hot dogs at the concession stand at Spillane Field in Wareham-guess what's for dinner! *******www.hotdogstories****
24 Jul 2011
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It may not be what's for dinner, but it'll certainly put you off your dinner.
23 Aug 2012
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Shooting Chicken Brutal Suckers review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Shooting Chicken Brutal Suckers for the XBox Live Arcade indie channel. CHICKENS AND SHOTGUNS. What's for dinner? Yakitori, apparently, as your waitress-looking protagonist goes to hunt down tonight's special herself with an arsenal of assault weapons. But these chickens aren't about to go lying down. Oh, no, they're on to you. You thought Link had a problem with chickens? That'll look like a walk to McDonald's compared to this massacre. The horror... the horror... pass the barbeque sauce. This video review features video gameplay footage of Shooting Chicken Brutal Suckers for XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
21 Sep 2012
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What’s for dinner?
3 Jul 2019
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