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: February 11, 2014

coffee

 

American teenagers are increasingly hopped up on caffeine. [NPR]

 

Chart: people who actually like white chocolate and where they live. [Quartz]

 

Canadian athletes can swipe their passports to get a free beer a the Olympics. [USA Today]

 

How to make khinkali and khachapuri, two of Sochi's signature dishes. [Smithsonian]

 

The latest in freaky Doritos spawn: "Doritos Loaded," inspired by... Read more >

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Daily Digest: February 6, 2014

Pizza

 

With Sochi 2014 around the corner, here are some surprisingly unhealthy foods that Olympians are eating. [HuffPo]

 

After a food blogger's urging, Subway will remove a questionable chemical from its bread. [NBC News

 

Witness the genesis of the McNugget in this new behind-the-scenes video from McDonald's. [NPR]

 

Feel like spending extravagantly for Valentine's Day this year? How about a dinner that costs $99,466? [LAT... Read more >

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Daily Digest: January 13, 2014

Charlie Trotter

 

Charlie Trotter's widow wants to honor her late husband with a library and a school. [Crain's Chicago Business]

 

California chefs aren't happy about the new state law that requires cooks to wear gloves while handling "ready-to-eat" food. [LAT]

 

Prison gardens give inmates outdoor work, job training, and nutritious meals. [NPR]

 

America's first Trappist brewery is up and running in a small Massachusetts town. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: January 9, 2014

sugar

 

Having trouble sticking to your New Year diet? A sugar addiction could be to blame. [NPR]

 

Countertops that "share" and "favorite." Bluetooth-enabled refrigerators. These and more prototypes for the kitchens of the future. [LAT]

 

Study: food companies have eliminated more than six trillion calories from their products. [USA Today]

 

A sushi mosaic, assembled from more 20,000 tuna and salmon nigiri, has set a new Guinness World Record. [... Read more >

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