As part of The Daily Show‘s week of tapings in Chicago, correspondent Ronny Chieng gave viewers a taste of a rehabilitation program offering inmates a chance to build their pizzaculinary skills. Late night and talk show hosts are known to occasionally take their
Imagine walking into the grocery store and seeing aisles filled with indie food and beverage brands, like an adaptogenic kombucha your friend told you about and watermelon jerky. Instead of a chore, grocery shopping would be a place to discover cool products you didn’t even know existed.
When you picture a restaurant owner, what comes to mind? Is it the backslapping happy-go-lucky presence wandering the floor making sure everything is running smoothly and inquiring about the quality of diners’ meals? Or perhaps it’s the vision of the
We’ve all seen (and maybe even posted) some really bad photos of food. From the camera flash unflatteringly bouncing off your plate in a dark restaurant, to bad photos made worse with oversaturated filters, good smartphone photography is becoming more and more
A top chef who served meals created from surplus produce to London’s homeless over the summer was so inspired by the idea that he is taking an anti-food-waste campaign to his native Italy. Francesco Mazzei used leftover supermarket food collected by The Felix Project, a charity
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Each year 1.3bn tonnes of food, about a third of all that is produced, is wasted, including about 45% of all fruit and vegetables, 35% of fish and seafood, 30% of cereals, 20% of dairy products and 20% of meat.
Free giveaways like movie character toys have a powerful influence over what kids want to eat and can even make them more likely to choose healthier options, research from Cancer Council Victoria suggests. The study involved almost 1,000 Australian children
There are a wide variety of ways to thicken liquids. In Western cooking flour or another starch has traditionally been used, especially to make gravies. Reducing the liquid over heat is another common technique. Many of the modernist ingredients
Each mouthful of food we eat has its own story. Just think about your last meal. Where was it grown, how and by who? Can you picture its journey to your plate? Around a third of the food produced for human