Daily Digest: April 17, 2014

cricket

Could kosher certification convince more people to eat insects? The makers of these cricket-based protein bars hope so. [NY Mag]

 

Through the Open Source Seed Initiative, farmers and producers can plant crops without fear of violating intellectual property laws. [NPR]

 

A new fast-food hybrid: fried-chicken-nugget pizzas from Dominos. [LAT]

 

Meanwhile, Arizona Diamondback fans can enjoy all 3000-calories of this bacon-wrapped, cheddar-filled corn dog. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 14, 2014

buffet

 

​Should men have to shell out more cash at an all-you-can-eat buffet? [The Atlantic

 

What really causes skunky beer, and how you can steer clear of those unappealing flavors. [LAT]

 

Matzo may fall short on flavor, but it packs a hugely satisfying crunch. [NPR]

 

Coming to a supermarket near you: coffee flour, the latest in alternative baking products. [Discover Magazine]

 

What does our garbage say... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 8, 2014

chocolate

How to lose weight and avoid type 2 diabetes: eat more chocolate! [LA Weekly]
 

The future of large-scale aquaculture: clean, green—and indoors?  [NPR]
 

Get in line! Today is Ben and Jerry's 35th annual Free Cone Day. [LAT]
 

In homage to yesterday's National Beer Day, here's a look at how American beers influence the craft of brewing around the world. [Denver Post]

 

Milwaukee's verdict on its pilot cheese-brine program for icy roads... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 17, 2014

Expiration

 

Do pantry items really go bad on those expiration dates? Learn which expired food are still okay to eat. [Fox News]

 

It's no secret that Americans dig Guinness, but this dark stout also has a strong following in Africa. [Smithsonian]

 

​Galangal may look like an odd nub of ginger but it is surprisingly sweet and tangy. Learn how to use it in your next meal. [Zester

 

Here's eleven things you probably didn't know about Guinness. [Food Republic]

 

Sonic seasoning: how sound pitch can affect the... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 13, 2014

five-second rule

 

 A British microbiologist gives credence to the five-second rule. [Grub Street]

 

Stonyfield introduces new edible frozen yogurt packaging. [LAT]

 

Twelve bartenders spill on the the best dive bars around the country. [First We Feast]

 

Toms shoes are tiptoeing into a new business: coffee. [Chicago Tribune]

 

What does it take to turn food waste into fuel? Trillions of industrious bacteria. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 6, 2014

Instagram

 

Calling all Instagrammers: learn how to step up your food photography skills with tips from leading experts. [Bloomberg]

 

Pringles launches its new sriracha-flavored chips, but there's a catch: you can only find them at one store. [LAT]

 

Emotional eating: scientists explore the relationship between how we feel and what we eat. [Atlantic]

 

Nostalgic for Lunchables? Oscar Mayer debuts a new line of portable protein packs for adults. [LAT]

 

Is beer... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 5, 2014

beer

 

This beautiful infographic could help you find your new favorite beer. [Deadspin]

 

Remember Watson, the supercomputer that conquered Jeopardy! a couple of years ago? It's back, and it's creating novel recipes for a new food truck. [NPR]

 

Here's a conveyor-belt sushi set for children. [Kotaku]

 

A plea for American cheesemakers to stop imitating Europe and come up with unique names for their products. [Slate]

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Daily Digest: March 3, 2014

Street Food

 

Tips for eating like the ultimate local from a Moroccan street-food expert. [Zester

 

Don't get suckered into buying more than one beer glass—you really just need one. [LAT]

 

Calling all coffee lovers: consuming caffeine before your next cardio routine may actually improve performance level. [Scientific American

 

Think you like aged cheese? Archaeologists in China recently uncovered some 3,600-year-old fromage. [Daily Meal]

 

Surprising things you didn't know about 7-Up... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 18, 2014

wine

 

Five wine clubs that are worth joining. [LAT]

 

Quadruple stirs and boomerangs: the secret vocabulary of New York City's best bars. [NYT]

 

There's a secret Starbucks at the Winter Olympics. [LAT]

 

An old air raid shelter in London has been transformed into a flourishing vegetable garden, with support from a two-star Michelin chef. [NPR]

 

It turns out that many cows have untapped milking potential. [... 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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