Sustainability Matters: January 23, 2015

 

The FAO is calling for a "paradigm shift" toward sustainable food across the globe. [UN]

 

The development of nanopesticides could mean less overall pesticide use in the U.S. [Grist<]

 

A restaurant in Iran coated entirely with salt is cleaning the polluted air. [TreeHugger]

 

How wings, thighs, and ground chicken could be more contaminated than the whole bird. [NPR]

 

The impact of politics on the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone and Louisiana farmers. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 22, 2015

 

A baking guide for every faction of chocolate chip cookie lover, from crispy to chewy to cake-y. [HuffPo]

 

Organizations like Seed Matters seek to foster genetic diversity in organic produce not just through seed banks, but out in the fields. [Civil Eats]

 

Not all low-sodium chicken broths are created equal: the Kitchn reveals their top picks. [The Kitchn]

 

An investigation into the work of the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center suggests the uncomfortable consequences of more efficient meat production. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 21, 2015

 

A Super Bowl Sunday showdown: baked or fried buffalo wings? [Chow]

 

JBF Award Winner Mark Bittman argues that an essential piece is missing from the State of the Union: food. [NYT]

 

Tour de Franks? A look at the emerging trend of food bikes. [NPR]

 

A new survey reveals that Generation Z is willing to pay more for healthy foods. [USA Today]

 

Chicken soup for the global soul. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 20, 2015

 

David Chang says ramen is dead. [Lucky Peach

 

Cat cafés are so 2014: get your pet on at the new Dog Cafe opening in L.A. in February. [FWF

 

The European Union has approved new legislation that will let EU member states independently decide if they want to grow GMO crops. [Yahoo! News

 

Explore these potential spots for urban agriculture and renewal in your own backyard. [Civil Eats

 

Even after a century, vegans and vegetarians still go nuts for Braggs Liquid Aminos. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

Sustainability Matters: January 16, 2014

 

Why no one is buying the hype of these GMO, bruise-free potatoes. [NPR]

 

Trying to eat more in season? Check out these useful apps. [Grist]

 

How mustard is helping to replace chemical pesticides. [Civil Eats]

 

Will Vermont be the first state to implement GMO labeling? [USA]

 

Almond growth boom means water supply bust for California. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 15, 2015

 

Pizza Hut guarantees celiac safety with two new gluten-free pies. [NYT

 

Before you start home-brewing, make sure you have these equipment essentials. [Food52

 

Need a last-minute dinner party dessert? Serious Eats swoops in with an emergency elegant fruit mousse. [Serious Eats

 

The truth behind the crab stick inside your California roll. [HuffPo

 

Top chefs wax rhapsodic on their favorite fast food burgers. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 14, 2015

 

Eleven breakfast-for-dinner recipes. [BA]

 

Creative hacks for making your favorite dishes vegan. [HuffPost]

 

Not into your not-so-gourmet airplane meal? It's because of your taste buds. [BBC]

 

Demystifying the hype of ancient grains. [FWF]

 

How "minifasting" may actually boost immunity and health. [NPR]

 

Is porridge the new hip Brooklyn breakfast? [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Eating

Yellowfin Tuna Paillard with Crispy Sweetbreads, Pickled Fennel, Artichokes, Capers, and Local Arugula

 

When our editors aren't thinking about food, writing about food, or researching food, they're eating it. This month's installment of "What We're Eating" includes a vibrant winter salad from a JBF Award winner, fine dining in the British West Indies, and a breakfast sandwich that's worth a ride on Metro North.

 

--

 

Yellowfin Tuna Paillard with Crispy Sweetbreads, Pickled Fennel, Artichokes, Capers, and Local Arugula / The Restaurant at Malliouhana, An Auberge Resort, Anguilla, British West Indies

 

Tropical beach destinations aren’t often revered for their spot-on haute cuisine, but with the recent opening of Anguilla’s Malliouhana, that tenor is shifting. Overseen by Jeremy Bearman, formerly of New York City's Rouge Tomate, the Restaurant at Malliouhana offers innovative... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 13, 2015

 

Can you really tell where someone is from by what he calls a subway sandwich? [Yahoo!Food

 

A trial run of the grocery home delivery service Instacart. [The Kitchn

 

Who decided on three square meals a day? [Raw Story

 

Bring on the controversy: the most iconic restaurants of each U.S. state. [Thrillist

 

Urban beekeeping is London’s newest trend. [... Read more >

Comments (0)

What We're Reading: January 12, 2015

 

Knife, microplane, or press? The best way to mince garlic. [Serious Eats

 

A new federal grant program aims to increase Internet access for American farmers. [Civil Eats

 

A provocative video has sparked a debate over animal rights at certified humane and organic egg suppliers. [NYT

 

JBF Leadership Award winner Deb Eschmeyer has been announced as the new executive director of Let’s Move! and senior policy adviser for nutrition policy. [Politico] ... Read more >

Comments (0)

Pages