Come to Zahir’s Restaurant in Milpitas for classic Californian and European Cuisine. Our menu includes Steak, Prime rib, Veal, Full Racks of Lamb, Hamburgers, Seafood and Pasta. Whether it’s a great date, a special occasion or a special event, ZAHIR’S will be here to take your reservation.
Hold your next corporate or social event at Zahir’s: The private dining room will accommodate your party of up to 85 guests in comfort. It is the perfect setting for your special corporate or family event.
The Banquet Menu includes a variety of courses that your guests will long remember. Our goal is to provide large parties with the same service and quality that is expected in the main dining room.
Contact us to discuss your special event. Call 408 946-4000 or send us an email and we’ll get right back to you.
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South Korea’s prime minister says he’s left the door open to revising a U.S. beef import deal. Many believe that Seoul agreed to the pact to please Washington… despite safety concerns. We now go to
Seoul for more.
Next Thursday South Korea resumes quarantine inspections on all cuts of U.S. beef from animals of any age. No U.S. beef has been imported here since 2003 following an outbreak of mad cow disease.
South Korea’s government says they will be watching the imports carefully.
[Han Seung-soo, South Korean Prime Minister]:
“We will suspend the beef imports (from the U.S.) if our people’s health is in danger with an outbreak of mad cow disease in America.”
Last month South Korea agreed to open its market to American beef.
South Koreans have taken to the streets in protest. They’ve been listening to the quickly spreading rumors that products such as diapers and cosmetics may pose a risk for mad cow disease because beef products are used in their production.
The government says U.S. beef is safe. To help prove their claims they brought in scientists to knock down some of the claims.
South Korea used to be the third-largest import market for U.S. beef.
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Wonder what kind of pork Atovi produce? Heres a video of a hog slaughter from the farm of Mr Ed Limon. Listen and observe on what he has to say.
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In this packet I got from my teacher (I’m in 9th grade), and I received a packet containing questions such as the following:
In poultry, rose comb is controlled by a dominant allele and its recessive allele controls single comb.
a. Give the genotype and the phenotype produced from crossing a pure-breeding rose comb chicken with a pure-breeding single comb chicken.
b. Give the results of the backccross of the F1 hybrid with both pure-breeding parents.
Guys, I’m so lost! Could someone thoroughly explain this whole process to me?
My packet was just questions, no explanation or anything.
Thank you so much erin!
This is a pretty common question type. It’s governed by the Punnet square, which I’ll describe below.
First, rose comb, since it’s dominant, we’ll abbreviate as ‘R’ and single, since it’s recessive, we’ll abbreviate as ‘r’. So a pure bred dominant would have a genotype (the way the genes look) of RR while a purebred recessive would have a genotype of rr. When we cross these, we have to do the Punnet square:
r Rr Rr
r Rr Rr
Can you see from the above that when a RR combines with an rr, you get four possibilities: Rr, Rr, Rr and Rr. Therefore, the genotype of all the young, or the F1 generation, would be Rr while the phenotype (the way it looks) would be rose colored since the R is dominant!
Next: We’ll cross the F1 generation (the Rr) with the pure bred parents, to keep it simple, we’ll put the F1 generation on the top of the Punnet square and the parent on the left (although you can reverse these, it doesn’t matter)
The pure bred dominant (RR)
R RR Rr
R RR Rr
So here, you have two possible genotypes: RR and Rr, both will have the same phenotype.
The pure bred recessive (rr)
r Rr rr
r Rr rr
You see that when you cross the F1 with the recessive pure bred, you get two possible genotypes: Rr and rr, but now you have two phenotypes: rose and single comb.
Hope this helps!
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BBQ Pork from the Silver Star Sports Bar & Grill in Longview, WA
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Visit one of Vigilucci’s nine locations in San DIego County from Oceanside to Coronado and enjoy menu highlights including pasta dishes, savory veal, chicken, prime steak and seafood paired with award-winning wine lists. Vigilucci’s Restaurant Group also offers full-service catering with customized menus and staff to suit every occasion and group size. Buon Appetito!
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Goodbye Pork Pie Hat by Charles Mingus, lyrics by Joni Mitchell. Live performance of the San Francisco School Of The Arts Latin Advanced Jazz Combo directed by Melecio Magdaluyo, Vocals by Natalie Cressman. Contact SFSOTA for high quality audio and video.
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Take advantage of low Pork prices and stock up if you can. Freeze it, cure it, we’ll show you how. These low Pork prices will not last forever. In this Thrifty Cooking Solution we present how to prepare a Thrifty, but high quality cut -Pork Tenderloin. Enjoy! www.ThriftCultureNow.com
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Steve Ricci of Prime Steakhouse at the Windsor Arms Hotel shares another one of his favourite recipes. He’s got a long list of faves, but nobody’s complaining. Prepare yourself for Veal Osso Bucco, a simple, fragrant dish that will satisfy any man’s appetite.
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Holla, I’m from Philippines, so far the swine flu hasn’t reached us yet. No suspicion has arisen. Anyway, I have eaten some pork meat, grilled, I think very well. So here are some questions. Can you get the flu if you eat an infected(Cooked) Pig? and is it possible that the pig is imported from an infected country? If so, does the gov. check the pig’s quality before they export them?
No. You cannot get swine flu from eating an infected pig.
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