What We're Reading: September 15, 2014

Forget letters or smiley faces — this dad has your pancakes beat. [HuffPo

 

The surprisingly long history of gumbo. [Serious Eats

 

We’re living in an age of bespoke raisins, thanks to the new company Little Wrinkles. [Grub Street

 

European budget airlines offer in-flight meals, but who actually eats them? [MUNCHIES

 

The U.S. is one of the only countries in the world that refrigerates its eggs. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 28, 2014

Pizza

 

Five life lessons from a man who ate pizza every day for 25 years. [Esquire

 

Tour de Food: how the cyclists eat during this iconic race. [NPR

 

Lebron James apologizes with cupcakes. [Eater

 

Thomas Keller and All-Clad pair up to release some sleek cookware. [NYT

 

The right snack before bed could help you sleep more soundly. [TIME... Read more >

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America’s Classic: Mustache Bill’s Diner, Barnegat Light, NJ

These days, the food at diners is all too often of poor to middling quality. But not at Mustache Bill’s. For more than 35 years, owner Bill Smith has made everything on the diner’s menu from scratch—refusing to buy anything premade. It’s the homemade, straight-from-the-heart cooking that makes Mustache Bill’s a must-stop destination on the Jersey Shore for both the fishing community regulars and the summertime beachgoers. Fishermen reward their community diner with dayboat fluke and scallops, which Smith prepares with aplomb. But follow the lead of the locals and you’ll soon be tucking into platters of roasted-that-day turkey, ham, and beef. And legendary pancakes. It is no surprise that the crowds are huge at this seasonal spot: Mustache Bill’s does 1,000 covers on a typical summer day, and it’s only open 6:00 a.m. to

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