Side Dish: More Food on the Web

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Where Do You Bite? - Image Courtesy Food Network Magazine

Dissecting the Gingerbread Man: Two-thirds of those polled in a Dunkin’ Donuts survey say they go straight for the jugular when biting into a gingerbread man. What’s more is that this act, according to neurologist Dr. Alan Hirsch, reveals something about one’s inner workings. Head-biters are “achievement-oriented individuals,” Hirsch tells the New York Daily News. As for leg-eaters, they’re so sensitive they probably apologized to the cookie before nibbling off its lower extremity. [nydailynews.com]

Top 10 Food Scenes from Christmas Movies: The folks at LA Weekly tapped Christmas movie authority Alonso Duralde, who watched 122  yuletide films, to curate their roundup of the awesomest holiday eating scenes on film. Duralde highlights some unusual suspects (Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander, Huston’s The Dead), but since it’s not Christmas without Tim Allen, the Santa Clause graces his list, too. [blogs.laweekly.com]

We All Scream for Snow Cream: When life gives you ice (falling from the sky), make ice cream. The clever cooks at Eatocracy share their all-natural recipe for snow ice cream, which basically involves waiting for a blizzard, placing a clean bowl outside and far away from an “animals’ splash zone,” and letting the flurries fill ‘er up. If you can find your bowl under the accumulation, just add some mix-ins and you got yourself a snow sundae. [eaotcracy.cnn.com]

Here’s our round-up of food news, trends and happenings across the web. Check back for more, and tell us what else you’re loving in the comments.

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Comments (3)

  1. Danielle says:

    I have a question. What is the name of the knives Giada uses on her show?

  2. Ryan says:

    They are Global knives. You can find them online or at Williams-Sonoma.

  3. BTaranto says:

    I am posting a comment here because I can find no place on the site to actually to give feedback. I am an avid watcher and interesting in the overall program on the network. There are lots of different types of protein to cook but there are a disproportionate number of shows that are about pork, that talk about pork and express odd statements about 'pig'. Could there be a broader where innovative uses of protein can be explored.

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