What We're Reading: July 2, 2015

 

Nothing screams summer like a spiked peach pie. [Saveur]

 

Fearless taste-testers are experimenting with food of the future. [Food and Travel]

 

Could everyone's favorite probiotic drink, kombucha, be the new beer? [Grub Street]

 

This Fourth of July, embark on a new family tradition by grilling your meat underground. [NPR]

 

In honor of the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage, Ben & Jerry’s is changing the name of their chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 17, 2015

 

Phish Tofu-ood: Ben & Jerry’s is developing a vegan line of ice creams. [Eater

 

Columbus, Ohio residents are being warned to avoid their tap water due to excessive nitrate run-off from nearby farms. [Mother Jones

 

Food companies are slowly moving away from using the dangerous chemical BPA in their canned goods. [NYT

 

Gelato is gaining ground... Read more >

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What We're Reading: Monday, June 1

 

Don’t limit yourself to just pies and cobblers: sweet and savory recipes for fresh cherries. [Bon Appétit]

 

Tech-savvy beer geeks have a new app for finding their favorite brews. [FWF

 

A determined baker in Tripoli is creating gluten-free local fare, despite the battles raging in the streets around her business. [MUNCHIES

 

Sorry, chocolate can’t actually help you lose weight: a journalist reveals how he pulled the wool over the news media’s eyes in the name of exposing junk... Read more >

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What We're Reading: November 18, 2014

 

Perfect Ben & Jerry’s pairings for your Thanksgiving pie à la mode. [HuffPo


A former Momofuku line cook reveals the larger lessons of Brussels sprouts prep. [MUNCHIES

 

Greeks are abandoning their traditional forms of coffee for hipper, trendier espresso. [NPR

 

Before she hit it big on SNL, Amy Poehler was just another actress waiting tables in Chicago and NYC. [Yahoo! Food

 

Johnny Appleseed’s real mission: to make more hard cider. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: August 8, 2014

 

Nitrogen fertilizer run-offs are responsible for contaminating large reservoirs, including Lake Erie, leading to toxic algae blooms and dangerous drinking water. [Civil Eats]

 

The USDA’s new poultry inspection system is complicated, controversial, and voluntary. [Food Politics]

 

Restaurants in the U.S. and U.K. are finding creative solutions to food waste. [Sustainable America]

 

A Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory in Holland is successfully using the waste products from manufacturing ice cream to make more ice cream. [... Read more >

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