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Food Reads: Reducing Food Waste + National Doughnut Day

Halley Crane

June 02, 2017


Ice cream made from food scraps may actually be this month’s sweetest treat. [Bon Appétit]

Scientists are developing a way to make packaging out of food products to reduce waste. [NY Times]

To celebrate National Doughnut Day, skip the line at Krispy Kreme and try these 12 homemade doughnut recipes. [Food & Wine]

The national holiday brings up a heated debate among bakers and doughnut enthusiasts: are yeast or cake doughnuts superior? [Huffington Post]

Discover the cultural significance of one of New York City’s most beloved street foods, the Jamaican beef patty. [First We Feast]

In response to JBF Award winner Eric Ripert’s ban on fidget spinners in his kitchen, one chef shows how the popular toy can be used to plate gourmet dishes. [Food52]

Restaurants in the nation’s capital are using food to raise awareness about social and political causes. [Washington Post]

Stay seasonal with these 20 dishes to cook this June, including leaf-less salads, grilled meats, and more. [Saveur]