What We're Reading: August 11, 2015


A bagel taste test with Modernist Cuisine author Nathan Myhrvold. [Saveur]


Plagued by lukewarm coffee? This heated mug will do the trick. [FWx]


Farmers-in-training: changing eating habits and increasing food knowledge through school gardens. [NPR]


Gelato, ice milk, and sherbet, oh my! An illustrated guide to some of the best ice cream around the globe. [Serious Eats]


The ever-changing role of America's local farmers' markets. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 27, 2015


Think short ribs are just for braising? Throw them on the barbecue and switch up your grilling game. [The Kitchn


The ultimate New England beer: a Massachusetts brewing company has created a lobster-infused beer. [FWF


With eggs in short supply, bakers are scrambling for high-tech alternatives that hit all three musts of flavor, protein, and emulsification. [NPR


The new app Tender, the Tinder for food, aims to play matchmaker between users... Read more >

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What We're Reading: May 12, 2015


It's not in the boiling: America’s Test Kitchen debunks the myth that New York bagels are superior because of the city’s water. [HuffPo


Don’t be old fashioned about your use of bitters: start cooking with them. [WSJ


Must-have kitchen tools for home cooks around the globe. [Gourmet


Discover the Moscow Mule’s not so-Russian birthplace in this map of cocktail origins. [Vine... Read more >

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What We're Reading: April 2, 2015


Don't settle for the store-bought bagel when you can make them at home. [Eater


Steven Satterfield's new cookbook will make you a greenmarket pro for all four seasons. [NYT


Add booze to your Easter festivities with jello egg shots. [HuffPo


California farmers become hopeless as the snowpack levels reach an all time low. [NPR


Craft beer continues to reign over the brewing scene: 2014 top sellers. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: September 30, 2014


Is New York City water really that much better? [Narratively


A Sabbath standard with a scandalous past: the history of Manischewitz. [Modern Farmer


A home front campaign during WWII urged Americans to eat more organ meat. [The Atlantic


A look at what exactly those PLU codes on your fresh produce mean. [Mother... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 12, 2014



Sushi made with bare hands: food safety violation or sacred tradition? [Smithsonian]


Scientists finally explain why dark chocolate is actually good for you.  [LAT]


Why our grains are losing nutrients. [NPR]


Mummy bones and teeth prove ancient vegetarian diet. [Huff Post]


Edible flowers are beautiful, but are they safe? What you need to know. [... Read more >

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