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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What We're Reading: July 23, 2014

Sandwich

 

America’s favorite lunch item, the sandwich, was once considered unpatriotic. [History Channel

 

A mouthwatering tour of Brussels' chocolate scene. [USA Today

 

Americans are split over raw milk. [Huffington Post]

 

A Kentucky shoplifter orders pizza for cops, but still gets booked. [Food Beast

 

Rise 'n Shine: the best breakfast sandwiches across the country. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 10, 2014

Grapes

 

Extremely expensive grapes are given as wedding gifts in Japan. [Food Beast

 

The science behind taste-altering foods. [Wired

 

Pilot initiates pizza party for passengers on a grounded plane. [Huffington Post

 

The latest in croissant cross-breeding: the Crupcake. [ABC

 

Fortune fabrication: the process of making the all-knowing cookie. [Food Republic

 

Forget Pinkberry: Frobot is the fro-yo... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 24, 2014

Stevia

 

A ninth grader discovers that Truvia sweetener contains insecticides. [Food Beast

 
Think beyond pork: duck bacon sales are on the rise.​ [Food Republic

 

Woman raises the bar on birthday baking with a homemade pizza cake. [ABC

 

A Velveeta recall leads to liquid gold shortage. [NBC]  

 

Kentucky community raises thousands of dollars for injured local chef.  [Today] ... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 13, 2014

pizza

 

Take-and-bake pizza has spawned a tax-code debate. [NPR]

 

Is the quest for the perfect hard-boiled egg over? Not quite. [LAT]

 

Frozen food companies devise a comeback plan. [Fox News

 

Soylent: will it lead to the death of the lunch break or a solution to world hunger? [Aljazeera America

 

Cranberries could help to lessen allergic reactions to peanuts. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 7, 2014

wine

 

Beyond Chardonnay: the surprising top-selling wines on Amazon. [LAT]

 

Taking a swing at artisanal food: the evolution of ballpark grub. [Food Republic]

 

Tomorrow is Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day—look for locations near you. [HuffPo]

 

In a rice-centric country like Vietnam, farm-to-table pizza is making its mark. [NYT]

 

For all newbie urban gardeners: be aware of your soil's dirty history. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 14, 2014

pizza

The "holy grail" of meals for soldiers has finally arrived: pizza with a three-year shelf life. [HuffPo]

 

Got a Valentine who loves beer? Check out this list of seductive craft brews. [LAT]

 

A Chiptole chicken burrito and skydiving come together in a new Kickstarter campaign. [LAT]

 

In an effort to keep their weight down and their speed up, Winter Olympians are now opting for fresh juices over processed sports drinks. [NPR... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 13, 2014

Vineyards

 

Due to climate change, many European wine regions will not be suitable for winemaking by 2050. [Science News]

 

Low-income students often go hungry on snow days. [NPR]

 

Pizza Hut has made an OKCupid profile and promises a lifetime supply of pizza for the perfect suitor. [Time]

 

Chick-fil-A says it will switch to antibiotic-free chicken in five years. [LAT]

 

In England, a pizza so spicy it made someone's tongue bleed. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: January 14, 2014

borscht

 

Sochi organizers are planning to serve more than 70,000 gallons of borscht during the Olympic Winter Games. [NPR]

 

Japan's Suntory Holdings to purchase Jim Bean. [LAT]

 

Pizza Hut introduces new pizza-by-the-slice "concept" at test locations in Nebraska and Rhode Island. [LAT

 

A new study suggests that coffee may actually be hydrating. [NPR]

 

For Bordeaux winemaker Pierre Seillan... Read more >

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