about Food and drink.
“Hundreds of apples, plus notes and comment on the harvest and more.”
3 weeks ago
All in a row
The trees don their spring finery at Hutchins Farm in Concord, Massachusetts, earlier today. Yes they are tiny. Click to see them better! Mary Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?
Roughly three posts per month.
“"Tasting it to the streets...".”
By Chawadee Nualkhair.
7 hours ago
Glutton Abroad: Barcelona, Part 2
The piece of paper, hastily scribbled in red ink by Chef Jordi, read “12:30 Cerveceria Catalanas”. By the time we’d arrived (a wee bit late, I’ll admit), Jordi and his sous-chef Cordero were waiting near …
By Bangkok Glutton, 49 words
Roughly two posts per week.
“Jen started this blog in May of 2008 one night when she was bored. She honestly never thought anyone would read it.”
By Jen Yates, et al.
15 hours ago
WRECKERATOR CONFESSION TIME!"My boss made me sweep the floor, even though I didn't make the mess. So I swept up, and then made her a special cake... "...which somehow got set out for sale.""You know …
Roughly six posts per week.
The Common Table
By Orlando Lovell, Sophie Lovell.
2 weeks ago
On Food and Education: Lenore Newman
For our five-question series on food and education at The Common Table, we ask experts about their strategies and practices for fostering a healthier relationship with food. Here: food geographer, author and food security expert …
By Sophie & Orlando, 838 words
Roughly two posts per month.
Drifting Clouds 片雲の風
“Travels with Jani.”
By Jani Patokallio.
6 months ago
34 Province Project: Wrap-up
Since early 2020, I’ve been hunting down food from every Chinese province, special administrative region and contested island, all on this little red dot we call Singapore. My quest came to an end two weeks …
Roughly five posts per year.
Food Politics by Marion Nestle
15 hours ago
The Debt Limit bill: a national tragedy
Is anyone else as upset as I am about the Debt Limit bill just passed by the House and Senate and signed by the President? Senator Bernie Sanders, maybe. Here’s why he voted against it. …
Roughly five posts per week.
The Impulsive Buy
“Junk Food and Fast Food Reviews and News Blog.”
8 hours ago
SPOTTED: Kellogg’s Froot Loops Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Cereal
Maybe I’ve watched the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory too many times, but turning milk a different color and flavor doesn’t seem so Wonka-like. (Spotted by Robbie at Target.) If you’re out shopping …
Roughly three posts per day.
“The rich and intriguing history of biltong.”
a month ago
Why I Sometimes Prefer a Food Dehydrator Over Traditional Biltong Drying or a Biltong Box
Traditionally, biltong was dried by hanging it in a cool and dry space with good ventilation, but nowadays, modern technology has introduced more efficient ways of drying biltong. One of these methods is using a …
By Meately Brothers, 593 words
Roughly one post per month.
ramen! ramen! ramen!
“ramen reviews, news, and more!”
a week ago
cup noodle “spicy noodle”
Um…let me Google Translate the description for you. I’m not sure if it helps or not… Hi, I’m the ubiquitous Ijichi doll. Leader of toys. This is an Ozawa doll. I don’t like being teased …
Roughly seven posts per year.
“Exploring the microbiology of food fermentation.”
By Elisa Caffrey.
a year ago
15 EXPLORING FERMENTATION: a zine “This guide is designed to outline the basics of food fermentation and flavor, providing a framework of how microbes transform foods and encouraging you to start your own fermentation journey." …
By Rotten Menu, 153 words
The Woks of Life
“We're a family of 4 living between the US & China. When we're not packing or unpacking suitcases, we're sharing our culinary exploits and travels w/ each other here!”
By Judy, Bill, Sarah, Kaitlin Leung.
5 days ago
Wok Fried Peanuts / How to Fry Peanuts
You’ll see these fried peanuts often in Cantonese restaurants, served in small dishes around a Lazy Susan along with pots of tea. They’re the perfect little appetizer while you wait for your meal to arrive. …
Roughly two posts per week.