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What We're Reading: October 20, 2015

Maggie Borden

Maggie Borden

October 20, 2015


New science suggests crustaceans have a similar neurology to vertebrates, potentially adding a new moral quandary to all those lobster rolls. [MUNCHIES

Dining solo: Opentable reports that reservations for one are on the rise. [NY Daily News

Oatmeal isn’t just for your morning porridge: ten ways to break those oats out of the bowl. [The Kitchn

State and federal regulators are considering creating environmental marketplaces where farmers can trade credits with companies to make money off conservation efforts. [NPR

Celery hearts and leaves deserve love, too: this risotto might have you swooning over scraps. [Food52

Why Turkish believe it’s bad luck to chew gum after dark, and other food superstitions from across the globe. [FWF

Edible frights: how food helps horror filmmakers scare audiences. [Yahoo!Food