What We're Reading: February 4, 2015

 

Leggo that Eggo and dig into the history of the Belgian waffle. [HuffPo

 

Save yourself from a sad desk lunch by improving your sandwich construction. [Food52

 

A new restaurant in NYC is offering the little-known Acadian cuisine. [Fork in the Road

 

Does this yogurt go with my shoes? Yoplait unleashes a line of designer-styled cups. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: January 29, 2015

 

We love kale, but we love burgers more: Americans ordered nine billion hamburgers in 2014, up 30 million from the year before. [Grubstreet

 

Enjoy a stress-free Super Bowl by prepping all your nibbles and drinks beforehand. [Bon Appétit

 

The recipe is entering the twenty-first century through experimental technological platforms that rethink the time-honored format. [FWF]

 

The quickest, safest, and easiest way to melt chocolate: use a blow dryer. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: January 27, 2015

 

Rethink your Game Day spread with these unconventional recipes for sliders. [HuffPo

 

British grocery giant Tesco has banned candy from the checkout aisle. [The Guardian

 

While in the U.S., a new deal means no British candy at all. [NYT

 

What makes Dutch cocoa powder Dutch? [... Read more >

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JBF in the News: Scholarship Winner Advances to Super Bowl Competition

 

Here's a nice dispatch from a JBF Scholarship recipient: Matthew F. Johnson, currently enrolled at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, is a finalist in PepsiCo's "Game Day Grub Match" competition in Arizona. The assignment? Develop and execute the ultimate Super Bowl recipe using the company's line of products. Johnson and his teammate will travel to Phoenix to present their entry to a panel of judges at an NFL event; the winning team will attend the Super Bowl and receive a $5,000 scholarship.

 

Johnson received the James Beard Foundation's Elkes Family Scholarship in 2013 and the Andrew Zimmern Second Chances Scholarship, sponsored by Eyebobs, in 2014.

 

Read more about Matthew and the competition over at USA Today.

 

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Recipe Roundup: Super Bowl Spread

Alex Stupak's recipe from guacamole with pistachios, adpated by the James Beard Foundation

 

Regardless of which Harbaugh brother you'll be rooting for this Sunday, everyone can agree that half the fun of watching the Super Bowl is pigging out on the snacks. This year we're upping our game with pumped-up versions of crowd-pleasing classics.

 

Honey-Habanero Chicken Wings

Potent habanero peppers add an undercurrent of heat to the sweet and buttery sauce that accompanies these wings.

 

Guacamole with Pistachios

Pistachios add striking crunch to this addictive guacamole from chef Alex Stupak of the Empellón restaurants.

 

Cornmeal-Crusted Oysters with Sriracha Rémoulade... Read more >

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Super Bowl Recipe: Linton Hopkins's Shrimp Rillettes

shrimp rillettes

Your football buddies might raise an eyebrow if you serve this oh-so-French-sounding spread from Atlanta-based chef Linton Hopkins at your Super Bowl party. But once they get a taste of the sweet shrimp paste that's been whipped with cayenne pepper and a generous dose of butter, they'll be parked by the ramekin for the rest of the game, alternating between rillettes-slathered chips and slugs of all-American lager. Get the recipe here.

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Super Bowl Recipe: Duck Wings with Asian Chili Sauce

duck wings

We may not all be rooting for the same team this Sunday, but everyone can unite behind wings and their indispensable role in any game-day spread. In this Asian-inspired recipe from JBF Award winner Keith Luce, the standard wing gets a serious upgrade: Luce swaps out quotidian chicken for succulent duck, which is cured in brown sugar and spices for three days. The wings then enjoy a long soak in warm fat, followed by quick dip in frying oil. Shellacked in a glaze of sweet chili sauce, rice wine vinegar, and sambal olek, these drumettes won't last long beyond the coin toss. Get the recipe here.

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Giveaway: Win a Lenox Chip n Dip Set!

Lenox Chip n Dip
Even if you couldn’t care less about football, chances are you’re totally game for this weekend’s other popular ritual: getting your annual fill of wings, nachos, and beer. And now that the Super Bowl is under a week away, it’s time for game-day hosts everywhere to start mapping out what their spreads will offer.

To get into the football spirit, we’re giving away a Scoop Chip n Dip Set from Lenox, one of our generous house purveyors. This space-saving, two-piece service set guarantees that your guests will enjoy plenty of effortless dipping between plays. For a chance to win it, tell us your favorite chip-and-dip combo in the comments section of this blog, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter (use hashtag #jbfsuperbowl) by the end of the day on Monday, January 30. We’ll pick a winner at random on Tuesday, January 31.*

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