Where To Find Food and Drink Deals For Tax Day 2019

April 16, 2019

Tax Day may not be anyone’s favorite holiday, but it does come with one big perk: Tax Day deals!  And there are plenty of food and drink discounts available on April 15 to fuel you until next season. Scroll through and see if any of your local spots made the list. Waitr and Bite Squad: These two on-demand meal delivery apps are offering free delivery on all orders on April…

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Kraft Heinz Just Teamed Up with a St. Louis Restaurant to Sell 5 New Bottled Ranch Flavors

April 3, 2019

Good news for ranch dressing fans: five new flavor options are coming your way, thanks to Kraft Heinz and St. Louis ranch-obsessed restaurant Twisted Ranch. The two have teamed up to launch a new slate of bold, creamy new ranch flavors, all set to hit grocery stores across the county. Perfect for dipping anything and everything, the collection includes Black Pepper Parmesan, Cheesy Smoked Bacon, Garlic Smashed Buffalo, Honey Dipped…

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With $90 million in funding, the Ginkgo spinoff Motif joins the fight for the future of food

February 27, 2019

Continuing its quest to become the Amazon Web Services for biomanufacturing, Ginkgo Bioworks has launched a new spinoff called Motif Ingredients with $90 million in funding to develop proteins that can serve as meat and dairy replacements. It’s the second spinout for Ginkgo since late 2017 when the company partnered with Bayer to launch Joyn Bio, a startup researching and developing bacteria that could improve crop yields. Now, with Motif,…

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These “Sneaky Healthy” Recipes Will Have Picky Eaters Gobbling Up Veggies in No Time

February 25, 2019

Watch More Videos> As parents, we all know how much of a struggle things can be when you have picky eaters. It can be nearly impossible to get your kids to eat a wide range of foods — let alone vegetables and other healthy options. Thankfully, there are clever recipes to get your little ones to eat veggies without them even knowing it! From Quinoa Chicken Nuggets to Avocado Chocolate Pudding,…

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Students at Oxford call for provision that would prohibit kosher meat

February 19, 2019

(JTA) — A student association at Oxford University passed a non-binding motion to effectively ban all kosher meat. The Junior Common Room, a student government association at Oxford’s Somerville College, called on the college to only serve meat that has been stunned before being killed, according to the BBC. That requirement would exclude kosher meat, which cannot be stunned before slaughter. A spokesman for the college said the college is looking into…

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Jazzy Vegetarian’s Vanilla Cream-Chocolate Pudding Parfaits

February 9, 2019

Beautiful to look at, lovely to eat, these simple but elegant vegan Vanilla Cream-Chocolate Pudding Parfaits from Jazzy Vegetarian will surely please vanilla and chocolate lovers alike. Perfect to serve at the close of any festive company meal, these beauties make a yummy, sweet treat for a weeknight meal too! Vegan Vanilla Cream-Chocolate Pudding Parfaits   Save Print Author: Laura Theodore Yield: 6 servings Ingredients Vanilla Cream ½ block (7 to 8 ounces)…

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How ‘Binging With Babish’ learned from the internet’s best

February 8, 2019

Every chef hones their craft somewhere, whether it’s through a friend or relative’s kitchen, culinary school, or out in the field. But Andrew Rea, the mastermind behind the YouTube channel Binging With Babish, had a much more accessible way of figuring it out. “I learned to cook via YouTube,” he explained during a recent cooking demonstration. “YouTube is the new way to learn how to cook. It was always a…

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Art Smith Dishes on What It’s Like to Cook for Michelle Obama During Her Book Tour

January 30, 2019

Chef Art Smith has cooked for four presidents throughout his career, and now he’s on the road serving up delicious meals for former First Lady Michelle Obama. Smith is traveling with Mrs. Obama for her Becoming book tour after first meeting years ago through an introduction facilitated by Oprah Winfrey. (Smith worked as the media mogul’s personal chef for many years.) “She’s this mega-force at the moment,” Smith says of…

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Crocheted Seafood and Knitted Loaves Top the Menu of Kate Jenkins’s Food-Focused Exhibitions

January 29, 2019

Photo by Emma Wood Brighton, England-based textile artist Kate Jenkins has been recreating veggies, seafood, and other favorite foods in wool for the last 12 years. Jenkins got her start in knitwear design, but has begun to focus on knitting feasts rather than fashions. In 2015 Jenkins made her largest installation to date, crocheting dozens of sardines, mussels, clams, shrimp, prawns, lobsters, crabs and other delights from the sea for…

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Mead: The Ancient Wine Is Back

January 29, 2019

What do you think of when you think of mead? You might imagine Vikings with braided beards quaffing something potent out of cow’s horns. Or possibly, jolly Hobbits clinking pewter cups of golden liquid between nibbles of seed-cake and tarts. But mead is no longer the drink of the mythical past. As the recipe for Ethiopian Tej has been handed down over generations, so has the taste for mead stayed ever-green…

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