Wednesday, 9 June 2010

TasteMakers: Hotter, Mintier, Fruitier, ... Healthier?

Urban Gardner ~

Healthy Eating Need Not be Sour

"... despite everyone's best intentions, getting kids to eat right is more complicated than it seems."

Here's some counter-intuitive advice for Michelle Obama, Michael Pollan and all those other do-gooders who want to end childhood obesity, diabetes, ...

Read more: Healthy Eating Need Not be Sour; wsj.com




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Soulful Classics
Daniel Boulud cooks for 50 of the world’s best chefs with a menu that’s as simple as it is sensational ...
Read more: Eating in: Taste makers; timesonline.co.uk


Rejuvenate the palate
Chef and restaurateur Heston Blumenthal is working with a team of scientists on a three-year project to boost the appeal of food served to the elderly in hospitals ...
Read more: TV chef takes on hospital food; bbc.co.uk


Taste setter
Creating new flavors and flavor combinations for the new adrenaline cuisine ...
Read more: A Taste for Hotter, Mintier, Fruitier; wsj.com


Flavor of some quality
In taste test, which egg comes first? The result of a blind taste test comparing Backyard eggs to supermarket brand eggs, organic supermarket brand eggs and high-end organic eggs, the difference was not detectable ...
Read more: Backyard eggs vs. store-bought: They taste the same; washingtonpost.com

Read more: The egg tasting findings; washingtonpost.com




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A Good Appetite
A classic salad benefits from a head of raw garlic. ...
Read more: Caesar Salad With True Flavor; nytimes.com


Tiny bites, big flavor
Bold taste in petite portions. Turn out tapas at your next fête to transform it into a Spanish feast! ...
Read more: Tapas with big flavor; self.com


Signs of good taste
Photo-gallery of pictures taken around the world of graphic signs and images that restaurants and markets use to make themselves stand out. ...
Read more: How restaurants, cafes, markets and food shops grab our attention; independent.co.uk


Organic media roots
A Food Network spinoff, the Cooking Channel, aims at a hipper crowd interested in the grass roots of food culture. ...
Read more: The Food Network Expands With the Cooking Channel; nytimes.com





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Appetibilis ~ Appetizing Posts of the Day


~ Five Spice Duck Confit Ragù Recipe; NoRecipes
~ Spicy Basil Chicken (Gka-Prow Gai); Fuss Free Cooking
~ The "Man" Salad; A Spicy Perspective
~ Tamarind Wings; Island Vittles
~ Deviled Eggs; Never Enough Thyme


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