What We're Reading: March 10, 2015

 

Extra fraudulent: according to a UC Davis study, almost 80 percent of generic olive oil on the market is falsely labeled extra virgin. [Food Network

 

Go tropical with your tubers and get the low-down on yuca. [Food 52

 

From potstickers to pierogies, dumplings are a worldwide phenomenon. [Serious Eats

 

Stop wasting time waiting for your meat to thaw and start brining it right out of the freezer. [The Kitchn

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What We're Reading: January 6, 2015

 

A new fuel for Oil Country: Texas breaks into the olive oil business. [Bloomberg

 

As the popularity of dogs as pets rises in Vietnam, cooks are increasingly turning to “imitation dog” dishes. [The Atlantic

 

The Hudson Valley Farm Hub aims to reinvigorate mid-size farming. [Civil Eats

 

What does the man behind the world’s best restaurant do after it closes? A glimpse into Ferran Adria’s future. [NYT] ... Read more >

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What We're Reading: December 9, 2014

 

Frying tips just in time for Hanukkah. [Epicurious

 

Senior policy adviser on nutrition, Sam Kass, to leave White House at the end of the month. [The Hagstrom Report]  

 

Dairy cows on the lam hold up highway traffic. [The Daily Meal

 

You’ll never guess how much the world's largest truffle costs. [Grub Street

 

Avoid these olive oil pitfalls. [FR

 

Bon Appétit weighs in on the hottest new... Read more >

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What We're Reading: December 8, 2014

 

From spam to poke, here are the top local offerings of our 50th state. [Serious Eats]

 

What's on your Starbucks plate may soon be as important as what's in your Starbucks cup. [WSJ]

 

The largest food labor protest in years expands nationwide. [CBS]

 

Can Doritos and salads occupy the same vending machine? A look at healthy convenience food. [NYT]

 

A guide to all the layers of the humble onion. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: December 5, 2014

 

Scientists agree that reducing—not eliminating—meat consumption is important to fighting climate change, but political action to do so remains unpopular. [Treehugger]

 

Doug Rauch, the former president of Trader Joe’s, plans on opening a store that sells past-date packaged goods and misshapen fruit and vegetables. While this may seem like the next big thing in sustainable shopping, it’s hardly a new concept. [Modern Farmer]

 

Ever wonder about the history of human-based carbon emissions? This interactive visualization from the World Resources Institute depicts the top 20 emitters over the past 150 years. [Grist]

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What We're Reading: November 6, 2014

 

With saffron cream filling and mint chocolate frosting, India has the U.S. beat on exotic doughnut flavors. [HuffPo

 

What the results of the midterm elections mean for food policy. [Civil Eats

 

Up your olive oil game with these pro tips. [Food & Wine

 

The New Yorker digs into the gluten-free trend. [The New Yorker

 

Have a sophisticated Thanksgiving with this... Read more >

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What We're Reading: October 28

 

Chocolate lovers rejoice! Our favorite indulgence improves memory. [Eater

 

The best jam brands in America. [SE

 

Next weekend try baking your eggs with these recipes. [Food Republic

 

The controversy about Starbucks’ restrooms. [Esquire

 

Find out why olive oil is the healthiest oil for frying. [The Daily Meal

 

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