What We're Reading: September 23, 2014

 

Tour the country, one phosphate at at time: the best Soda Fountains in the U.S. [Food & Wine

 

The Aromafork uses odors to make chocolate mousse taste like wasabi. [HuffPo

 

A new company, Barnraiser, aims to be the Kickstarter for farmers. [The Kitchn

 

No so haute cuisine: the new trend of “famine food.” [Spiked

 

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What We're Reading: September 11, 2014

 

A far cry from Mister Softee: the acrobatics of Turkish ice cream. [MUNCHIES

 

NYC specialty food stores worth a visit. [USA Today

 

How Red Delicious claimed the top spot on produce shelves across the nation. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: August 8, 2014

 

Nitrogen fertilizer run-offs are responsible for contaminating large reservoirs, including Lake Erie, leading to toxic algae blooms and dangerous drinking water. [Civil Eats]

 

The USDA’s new poultry inspection system is complicated, controversial, and voluntary. [Food Politics]

 

Restaurants in the U.S. and U.K. are finding creative solutions to food waste. [Sustainable America]

 

A Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory in Holland is successfully using the waste products from manufacturing ice cream to make more ice cream. [... Read more >

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Not Your Mama's Frozen Desserts

Tangerine Creamsicle Float

 

Cool down with an icy, refreshing treat, preferably one that blends unusual but ingenious flavor combinations or intriguing techniques (like creamy sorbet you make in the food processor).

 

Tangerine Creamsicle Float

For her spin on the classic soda shop float, pastry chef Megan Romano combines the iconic flavors of a creamsicle with the frothy, bubbly texture of a New York-style egg cream soda.

 

Salted Caramel Ice Cream Sundae

Candied peanuts and popcorn. Rich fudge sauce. Homemade salted caramel ice cream. Cindy Bearman of ABC Kitchen shows us how it's done.

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What We're Reading: July 14, 2014

Cereal

 

After a disappointing fiscal year, General Mills plans a cereal revamp. [Bloomberg

 

An Oxford University rocket scientist invented a saucepan that will revolutionize cooking. [Telegraph

 

Hostess brings back the Chocodile; America rejoices. [... Read more >

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Throwback Thursday: Interesting Ice Cream at the Beard House

Blue Berry Ice Cream

 

From celery sorbet to Thai basil ice cream, unusual frozen treats are all the rage at upcoming Beard House events. In his Spring 1996 Beard House Magazine article, “I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for… Crab Ice Cream?”, former JBF associate editor Adam Rapoport, whom we all now know as Bon Appétit's editor-in-chief, reported on a similar phenomena. Check out some of the funky flavors that appeared at Beard House dinners in 1996, then continue reading for a preview of the innovative ice creams at our upcoming events.

 

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What We're Reading: July 8, 2014

Tomatoes

 

Chefs weigh in on the difference between cherry and grape tomatoes. [Food Republic

 

The growing market for raw milk leads producers to seek regulations. [NPR

 

Forget kugels and knishes: Syrian Jewish cooking isn't something you'll find in a New York Deli. [PRI

 

Chaos surrounds India's "water ATMs," as a drought worsens in New Delhi. [CNN

 

Not just the perfect picnic food: watermelon has great health benefits. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 14, 2014

 

mozzarella

 

Thirteen arrested in counterfeit cheese scam. [LAT]

 

The making of the world's most beautiful crops and how to use them. [NPR]

 

Are all calories created equal? Katie Couric searches for an answer. [NYT]

 

The World Pork Expo will make adjustments in light of PEDV threat. [WHOtv... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 22, 2014

Swiss cheese

In a new "cheese diplomacy" project, French cheesemakers are training North Koreans to make Emmental. [BBC News]

 

Drought-affected farmers in California's Central Valley have been informed that they will not receive any federal irrigation water. [NPR]

 

The federal government has approved a powdered alcohol product called Palcohol, and it's coming stores this fall. [LAT]

 

A husband-and-wife team are making cheese in an... 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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