What We're Reading: August 11, 2014

 

New federal rules on school food place limits on your bake sale brownies. [Washington Post

 

Medieval funnel cake: the unexpected origin stories of our favorite fried foods. [Yahoo! Food

 

15 unsung heroes of the NY food scene. [Real Cheap Eats

 

Looking past the ingredient list: reading cookbooks as history. [Alligator... Read more >

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JBF to Partner with Food+Tech Connect's Dining Hackathon

 

In the age of Uber and Taskrabbit, it’s only natural that the brains of Silicon Valley would want to tackle the larger issues of how and what we eat. After its wildly successful Hack//Meat events in California and New York, Food+Tech Connect is shifting its focus on innovation to the realm of the restaurant with Hack//Dining NYC.

 

The weekend hackathon, organized by Food+Tech Connect in collaboration with Applegate, Google, Chipotle, and Studio Industries, will take place June 27–29 at General Assembly in New York City. Over the course of three days, chefs, engineers, executives, designers and data scientists will develop and test open-source software and hardware to tackle industry-wide challenges in areas of Sustainable Sourcing, Wellness, Food Safety, and Operations. JBF’s executive vice president Mitchell Davis will return as an advisor to the hackathon teams, which will compete... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 2, 2014

communal table

 

We're all in this together: the return of communal restaurant tables. [The Atlantic

 

Introducing the gluten-free cosmopolitan. [LAT]

 

Four critics and one restaurant: an experiment on perspective. [WP]

 

Can't get enough food porn? Here are 15 stunning... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 31, 2014

rioja

 

Brand or land: which reigns supreme when choosing Rioja?  [Chicago Tribune

 

Go ahead and grab another slice—pizza may be the next health food. [LAT]

 

Gone are the days of fat-free: studies show that adding plant-based fat back into your diet has its benefit. [NPR]

 

A cardoon manifesto: why the labor-intensive crop is worth the effort. [Smithsonian]

 

While the digestive biscuit doesn't have any actual health benefits... Read more >

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On the Menu: Week of February 23

Photo taken by Max Flatow

 

Here's what's on the Beard House calendar this week:

 

Monday, February 24, 7:00 P.M. 

Charm City Common 

It's not called Charm City for nothing. Baltimore is home to a thriving and beguiling restaurant scene that features rising star-chefs like Espuma alum Cyrus Keefer. His menu at Fork & Wrench is rooted in the Chesapeake Bay region but inspired by global techniques and ingredients.

 

Tuesday, February 25, 7:00 P.M. 

Bay Area Bounty

San Francisco Bay Area chefs are famous for taking their farmers' markets seriously, and Kim Alter of Daniel Patterson's renowned Plum restaurant is no exception—she's been known to make five trips in a single day to get the freshest ingredients. Join us at the Beard House for a taste of Alter's masterful, market-driven California... Read more >

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