What We're Reading: September 10, 2014

 

The case for refrigerating tomatoes. [Serious Eats

 

Take a peek at the new PBS show, Food Forward. [Civil Eats

 

The man who brought cotton candy to the masses was … a dentist? [Priceonomics

 

Before it gets too cold outside, try a Champagne popsicle. [FoodBeast

 

From chicken tikka to General Tso’s, “ethnic”... Read more >

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What We're Reading: September 2, 2014

Coffee

 

Central American coffee farmers are putting "waste water" to good use. [The Daily Meal

 

Space-to-table: NASA researchers want to give astronauts real food. [National Geographic

 

Afternoons at Epcot taught one woman to be an adventurous eater. [Slate

 

Whisky and Haggis flavor is the latest unorthodox potato chip to hit the market. [Grub Street

 

To busy to walk to the staff kitchen? The BrainWave is a microwave for your desk. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: August 27, 2014

Vegetables

 

Double Up Food Bucks brings fresh produce to food stamp recipients. [NBC

 

A life-changing program in the Bay Area offers the homeless a fresh start in the food service industry. [Huffington Post

 

Chinese farmers are growing pears that look like babies. [The Daily Meal

 

Will food boats become the next food trucks? [NPR

 

In sweets we trust: a look at each state's iconic dessert.  [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: August 26, 2014

 

From esquites to jerk seasoning, a look at how the rest of the world eats corn. [HuffPo

 

Paula Deen, unintentional hipster? The growing trend of artisanal lard. [Modern Farmer

 

It turns out breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day. [The Atlantic

 

Colorado is the latest state to put a GMO labeling bill on the ballot. [WaPo

 

Quinoa may top American grocery lists, but how will it fare in Kazakhstan? [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 22, 2014

Pie

 

Cake vs. Pie: Which is more American? [VOX

 

White House welcomes 54 kids to cook for the President and First Lady. [NPR

 

In New York, tea is the new coffee. [WSJ

 

A few tips on how to make bad wine taste better. [TIME

 

A new toaster provides edible selfies. [ABC

 

FDA warns that powdered caffeine is dangerous. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 26, 2014

Dirt

 

A chef in Canada is making local dirt-butter, taking terroir to the next level. [The Globe and Mail

 

Two Italian designers revolutionize recipe reading with tattoos. [NPR

 

Downward-facing Dogfish: Across the country, post-yoga beers find popularity. [NYT

 

A North Dakota town experiments with a barista-free coffee shop. [NY Daily News

 

Instant coffee finds a new market in China. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 19, 2014

Break out the rubber bands: a better way to cut cake? [Gizmodo]

 

Five Southern chefs discuss the history and future of their region’s cuisine. [Food Republic]

 

Some restaurants know exactly how often you use their bathrooms. [NYP]

 

Yes, you can cook a hot dog in a Pringles can. [Food Beast]... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 16, 2014

 

The CDC released a list of the healthiest fruits and vegetables, and their number one might surprise you. [Food Republic

 

A cure for gout just might hold the key to ending the lime shortage. [The Wire]  

 

A new petition for brewers to disclose their ingredients and methods is causing a stir. [ABC

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What We're Reading: June 11, 2014

Fro-yo

 

The history of fro-yo in New York, and the new trend that's threatening it's dominance. [Food Republic

 

David Beckham confirms rumors about 'Beckham Bistro' opening in the U.S. [Daily Star

 

Despite criticism, a Kentucky restaurant defends its "no-tipping" policy. [Cincinnati.com

 

What you should know about Mad Cow disease. [ABC

 

Mislabeled packages pose a serious threat to those with food allergies. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 21, 2014

coffee

 

Coffee rust fungus causes $1 billion in damage, decrease in production, and severe job loss in Latin America. [NBC]

 

Kraft recalls cottage cheese due to premature expiration and potential link to illness. [CNN Money]

 

California's warm winter might make wine taste better, but it threatens future production. [CBS... Read more >

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