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Don't Bug Out! The Smithsonian Channel Is Going To Show You How To Cook Insects

In a classic episode of Seinfeld from 1991, Jerry famously declares that he thinks the worst part about being blind would be "not being able to tell if there was bugs in my food....  more »

01/31/2018

Sweet Talk

Tags: DairySource: NPR

A Century-Old Dairy Ditches Cows For High-Tech Plant Milk

As the story goes, Henry Schwartz's grandfather bought a herd of cows in Manhattan in the early 1900s and walked them across the Williamsburg Bridge all the way to the family farm...  more »

09/01/2017

Sweet Talk

Tags: Food TrendsSource: www.npr.org

Ants, Seaweed, Chocolate Beer And (Maybe) Less Meat: The Future Of Food

Over the millennia, our ancestors continuously developed new techniques and technologies that enabled them to find, eat, and cook meat and plants - and in coastal populations,...  more »

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Pining For A Cozy Winter Drink? Try An Evergreen Liqueur

Though the great outdoors become more inhospitable as winter winds rise and temperatures drop, there's nothing like wandering through an evergreen forest as snow squeaks underfoot....  more »

06/10/2016

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Food TrendsSource: www.npr.org

Seaweed On Your Dinner Plate: The Next Kale Could Be Kelp

You've heard that you should eat more kale. Now a small but growing industry wants you to eat more kelp. Seaweed production has long been a big industry in Asia. But recently,...  more »

11/23/2015

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Food TrendsSource: www.npr.org

Thanksgiving Trend Watchers Test Recipes So You Don't Have To

For those who like to try new recipes at Thanksgiving, let Clay Dunn and Zach Patton be your guides. They're the couple behind the food blog, The Bitten Word, and every year before...  more »

In A Push To Attract Millennials, Taco Bell Offers Beer and Wine

Later this month, Taco Bell will open two "Cantinas" in San Francisco and Chicago that will serve booze and shareable tapas. more »

07/20/2015

Sweet Talk

Tags: Dairy, YogurtSource: www.npr.org

The Fall Of A Dairy Darling: How Cottage Cheese Got Eclipsed By Yogurt

Cottage cheese was the yogurt of the mid-20th century: a dairy product for the health-conscious. But it has fallen out of favor, while marketing of - and demand for - yogurt has...  more »

07/17/2015

Sweet Talk

Tags: YogurtSource: www.npr.org

Sugar Hooked Us On Yogurt. Could Savory Be The New Sweet?

Americans embraced yogurt only after manufacturers upped the sweet factor. Now new startups aim to wean us from the sugar habit. Think yogurt with a kick of jalapeno or a drizzle...  more »

01/26/2015

Good Libations

Tags: BeerSource: www.npr.org

Brewers Gone Wild: Taming Unpredictable Yeast For Flavorful Beer

Crack the vast menu at any self-respecting beer bar, and you're bound to run into a scientific name among the descriptions: Brettanomyces, affectionately known as Brett. But this...  more »

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