The Indie Video Games Bringing South and Southeast Asian Food to Your Screen
Video games use all kinds of techniques to evoke a response from players. Often, it’s an appeal to the senses: a jumpscare, a vibrating controller, evocative music. But pixels have a hard time representing...
There's been a grass roots attempt over the years for a more natural diet consuming food that actually looks like the product your consuming, minimally processed with farm to table leading the way. Another grass roots initiative is to consume less animal products in general for health reasons...
This wasn't in the news but I didn't know where to post it. Thought you all might find this interesting.
Amidst medieval and baroque buildings, five human-sized gherkins stand tall.
In Salzburg, Five Giant Gherkins Stand Amidst Classic Medieval and Baroque Buildings
I just heard about this:
Fancy Feast Released a Cookbook So Cat Owners Can Coordinate Meals with Their Pets
I'm not sure how prevalent the Fancy Feast brand is overseas, but here we think of this when we hear Fancy Feast:
If you look at the recipes in the cookbook, they do look really good...
Amazing Banana Art
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When lockdown started, Anna Chojnicka decided to attempt a daily art challenge to help pass the time and keep her creative juices flowing.
To make things even more interesting, Anna chose bananas as her medium, poking holes and depressing the skin...
Banned in the U.S.A: 8 Foods You Can't Eat in America
1. Horse Meat
4. Mechanically Separated (MS) Beef
6. Foie Gras
7. Unpasteurized Milk
8. Fresh Ackee
More details at the link: Banned in the U.S.A: 8 Foods You Can't Eat in America
oThis is dumb. An online food and recipe magazine publication has removed and prohibited publication of beef recipes, on the belief that it will help forestall climate change.
Where's the beef? (NOTE: a beef is an argument or terse disagreement between people in the USA)
I hope their...
The heading of this article is misleading. Taco Bell isn't planning to reuse packets. They want to recycle them.
Taco Bell will start reusing hot sauce packets
Taco Bell's plastic sauce packets have a short life. After all, what else are you supposed to do with them after they're squeezed to...
The stories hit the news every now and then, stories about food contamination, either in foods at the grocery stores or at home, due to lack of good sanitation. There are stories of restaurant chains being sued by customers who later were found to have intentionally slipped a cut off human...
The New Shortage: Ketchup Can’t Catch Up
Supply chain problems are reaching into a far corner of the business universe: Ketchup packets.
After enduring a year of closures, employee safety fears and start-stop openings, many American restaurants are now facing a nationwide ketchup shortage...
So our friends at Goodfood.com.au have pulled together the key food trends for 2021 and we are proud to be featured as driving change in the convenience category in the SMH and The Age print edition. Do those trends also apply to your country?
I receive a weekly newspaper that has a section for "Strange but True". I thought it might be fun for us to have a food related trivia discussion.
Here are some from the paper...
* In the Middle Ages, a man's wealth was measured by his stockpile of pepper.
* Russia only classified beer as an...
Bazooka Bubble Gum dates back to 1947. The company that currently owns it, dropped the comics out in 2012. But apparently, due to losses in sales, brought the comics back in a Retro - Pak in 2019.
Bazooka Gum Wiki
Bazooka Joe lives! Long live Bazooka Joe.
Certain Sportmix Pet Food Recalled for Potentially Fatal Aflatoxin
We had a really smart cat that tapped out after 21 years.
When ever he refused to eat cat food, a recall soon appeared after.
Not so sure our dog is as hep.
Tom Lehmann passed away from Covid complications a few days ago.
No worries if you've never heard of him, most people haven't, but in the pizza industry (and bread baking in general), he was a legend.
For something like 40 or 50 years, he worked at the American Institute Of Baking, including...