U.S. Customs Roasts Man For Smuggling Raw Chickens At DFW AirportU.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists working at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport fined a traveler for attempting to smuggle five uncooked chickens and three packages of pork meat this week.
Subway To Transition To Meat Raised Without AntibioticsSubway says it plans to switch to meat raised without antibiotics over the next several years.
Pork Back In Most Chipotle LocationsChipotle said that carnitas are back on the menu at 90 percent of its restaurants, and that the pork's return to all U.S. restaurants should be complete by the end of November.
Report Blasts Billions Of Dollars Of Gov't WasteSen. Tom Coburn's yearly 'Wastebook' cites 100 examples, big and small, of questionable government spending like a $347,000 alternative medicine grant to measure the benefits of massage on rabbits.
Tick Bite Causes Potentially-Deadly Allergic Reaction To Meat For Coppell ManWhen Aldon Rutherford spends time at his ranch he comes home with good memories, beautiful pictures and, last August, two tick bites.
Best Pulled Pork In DFWBarbecue is a serious business here in the Lone Star State and Texans have been going hog wild over pulled pork, so check out these great DFW restaurants to get your fix.
North Texas Meat Company Recalling Beef, Pork ProductsFederal health officials say a Dallas-based meat distributor is recalling about 8,200 pounds of beef and pork products because they weren't inspected and were improperly labeled.
TX/OU Faceoff Begins With Barbecue ShootoutPitmasters from Oklahoma and Texas rolled into downtown Dallas with their smokers and secret recipes and began cooking pork ribs for Round One of the 2012 Texas Oklahoma Red River Barbecue Shootout.
Republicans Vying For Hutchison Vacated Senate Seat Square OffRepublicans vying to for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Kay Bailey Hutchison squared off in Dallas Wednesday. But the frontrunner, David Dewhurst, chose not to attend.
USDA Lowers Pork's Safe Cooking TemperatureThe U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service will announce Tuesday that it has lowered its temperature recommendation for cooking pork to 145 degrees.