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Never Start a Road Trip Without Deli Sandwiches

Seriously. Grab all the pastrami New foods aren’t the only reason to travel, but they’re perhaps the most compelling. In Open Road, a new eight-part series from Eater, brother and sister duo Fernando and Bricia Lopez take a culinary-themed...Show More Summary

9-year-old 'MasterChef Junior' contestant Avani Shah teaches us how to make chocolate ganache

If you’ve never watched "MasterChef Junior," you're missing out. The show, a competition between chefs ages 8 to 13 from all around the country, is a charming entry in the reality show oeuvre, with the little tykes busting out impressive culinary chops.   Hosted and judged by the infamously volatile...

New York’s Biggest Food Waste Chef Is Bringing Pulp Burgers to London

We spoke to chef and food waste campaigner Dan Barber about wastED, his new London pop-up that serves dishes made with produce that would have otherwise been chucked.

How World War I Revolutionized Medicine

Advances during the “first mass killing of the 20th century” have saved countless lives since.

Half of Britain’s Curry Houses Will Be Gone within 10 Years

The chairman of the Asian Catering Federation has warned that chef shortages, rising costs, and changing customer tastes could spell the end of 17,000 Indian restaurants.

Blast from the past: The psychology of bagged teas

2 days agoFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

This article by Heidi Kyser was originally posted to T Ching in February of 2010. In the business of selling specialty tea, I see two camps that – while not mutually exclusive – could be seen as opposing.  On one side are those who emphasize...Show More Summary

Special Sauce: Frank Bruni on Bipartisan Love of Meatloaf

Ed Levine presses Frank Bruni on many important issues, both meatloaf-related and otherwise.

Wine School: The Transporting Pleasures of Red Bandol

Many wines may share certain characteristics, but few are as distinctive as this burly red from Provence.

Your Next Lesson: Ribeira Sacra

These reds from the Galicia region of northwestern Spain are both ancient and strikingly modern.

Drink: Take It Slow for Roman Cocktail Hour

Partaking in aperitivo time, that easy stretch of sipping and snacking.

Cigar City Jai Alai Aged on White Oak

The post, Cigar City Jai Alai Aged on White Oak, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Cigar City’s Jai Alai is pretty much a year-round staple in the Barley Blog HQ refrigerator. It’s a flavorful beer that is […] The post, Cigar City Jai Alai Aged on White Oak, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

How-To: Spiced Porridge

Alissa Wagner, the co-owner and chef of NYC’s DIMES, shows us how make her favorite breakfast: spiced porridge with seedy granola and apple sauce. Each element of the recipe can be enjoyed together or separately, and the extra granola it yields makes the perfect snack for the rest of the week.

Pour & Pair: Ultimate All-Day Breakfast Arancini Ball

For more ways to appreciate wine, food and the wider world, visit our complete Savvier than a Sommelier series. One of the most underrated parts of the Spanish diet is that delicious food like eggs and bacon aren't just consumed in the morning. Show More Summary

Something to chew on: FDA, food, and a dose of definitions

Editor’s note: This column was originally published by the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology LawSci Forum and is reposted here with permission. To view the original post, click here. Is food medicine? The answer to this simple question is surprisingly complicated. The name of the Food and Drug Administration seems to distinguish between foods... Continue Reading

Montana House OKs some raw milk sales, sends bill to Senate

With strong support from Republican members, the Montana House of Representatives approved a bill to allow the sale of unpasteurized raw milk by more than a two-to-one margin this week. Rep. Nancy Ballance’s House Bill 325 now goes to the Montana Senate for consideration. Balance, a Republican, joined with 55 other members of the GOP... Continue Reading

Canada offers beef irradiation as another tool for food safety

The government of Canada’s announcement this week of changes to its food and drug regulations to permit irradiation of ground beef was not a surprise. It was a long time coming, though, with industry having requested the change in 1998. Canada has already approved radiation to treat potatoes, onions, wheat, flour, spices and seasoning preparations.... Continue Reading

Dog food meat supplier aces inspection; investigation ongoing

The Food and Drug Administration has completed its investigation into the supplier that furnished meat used in recalled canned dog food that was found to contain the animal euthanasia drug pentobarbital. As yet unidentified, the supplier provides meat used in Evanger’s brand Hunk of Beef and Nutripack’s Against the Grain Pulled Beef brand dog foods,... Continue Reading

The Full Pint Podcast EP 29 – Meet Three Weavers Brewing

Javi sits down with the fun, talented crew over at Three Weavers Brewing in Inglewood, CA.  Hear about Three Weaver’s begi… The post The Full Pint Podcast EP 29 – Meet Three Weavers Brewing appeared first on

Steal Ina Garten's Ingenious Cake-Decorating Hack For a Gorgeous Chevron Design

Chocolate Ganache Cake with chevron decoration - looks professional but with a little practice it's really easy!! #BCParties (recipe link in profile) A post shared by Ina Garten (@inagarten) on Feb 23, 2017 at 12:26pm PST Ina GartenShow More Summary

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