Barbecue is so much more than just throwing meat on a grill. It is a time for family and friends to come together in celebration. From Turkey’s shish kebabs, which originated from hunted animals skewered on swords, to earth ovens in the South Pacific, which involve cooking food underground, we’ll take a look at how cultures barbecue around the world.
Japanese A5 Wagyu (600g) from Kagoshima, the winner of the ‘Japanese Wagyu Olympics’ – 全国和牛能力共進会 held every 5 years in Japan – Wagyu Olympics: 全国和牛能力共進会 – short 全共 (Zenkyo) – winners in recent years: 2007 – Miyazaki / 2012 – Miyazaki / 2017 – Kagoshima
With our current food systems accounting for about a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions, a growing number of companies are producing an alternative to meat produce. From lab-engineered burgers to fake fish, vegan dining and bug cafes, which ideas could actually help reduce climate change and keep consumers happy.
Interview of Professor Mark Post by Monocle 24 “The Bulletin with UBS” podcast aired January 6, 2020.
Marcus Johannes “Mark” Post (born 20 July 1957) is a Dutch pharmacologist who is Professor of Vascular Physiology at Maastricht University and (until 2010) Professor of Angiogenesis in Tissue Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology. On 5 August 2013, he was the first in the world to present a proof of concept for cultured meat.