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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What We're Reading: June 25, 2014

 

The story behind Wimbledon’s favorite cocktail, the Pimm’s Cup. [Food Politic]

 

Classic NYC restaurants face closure in the wake of huge rent hikes. [NYT]

 

The Broccoli Cleanse: cruciferous vegetables could be the key to detoxing the body. [NPR]

 

Public health advocates push for labeling energy drinks as a step towards safer consumption. [... 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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Ask a Chef: Andrea Reusing, Where Should We Eat Around Chapel Hill, NC?

 

We asked 2011 JBF Award winner Andrea Reusing of Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s Lantern and author of Cooking in the Moment: A Year of Seasonal Recipes for her top restaurant picks.

 

Quintessential Carolina cooking
Scratch
Durham, NC

 

“Phoebe Lawless’s pieshop is also an evolving homage to seasonal Southern flavors. North Carolina apples and peanuts are stacked for sale alongside a bakery counter that dispenses fried baloney sandwiches, spicy collard slaw, and sugar pie.”

 

Special occasion
Poole’s Diner

Raleigh, NC


 

“Ashley Christensen designed Poole’s Diner with a cook’s night off in mind: cozy room, exciting cocktails, kind staff, and wonderful food that you wish you’d thought of.”

 

Quick snack
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