On the Blogs: Pork Olympics, The First Lady’s Gardening Tips and Chia Seeds

by in Community, May 31st, 2012

pork ribsHuffington Post: Cochon 555, the Olympics of pork, may not be a part of the 2012 London Olympic Games, but the competition is high and its mission is worthy.

The Washington Post: Michelle Obama just released her first book, American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America. In it, you’ll find support for her fight against childhood obesity, as well as gardening advice and recipes developed by White House chefs.

NY Times: Zagat will become an integral part of Google Plus Local, which debuted Wednesday.

Bohemian.com: Chia seeds are the newest and greatest superfood — they amp up nutrition and add a chewy texture.

Mashable: Can’t go a meal without snapping a quick pic? These tips will help you capture the most mouthwatering and impressive shots.

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  1. Dave says:

    When will Bob Tuschman wise up and ax Paula Dean? She is doing the network and fellow chefs no favors by hanging on like an unwanted barnacle. She doesn't fit the demographic of age 20 to 50 wage earners who want to learn to cook, or intrepid cooks who enjoy watching new techniques. I come home from work, switch on the Food Network, and groan. Then I immediately switch the channel. Her over-the-top fake accent, her tired 1950s recipes, her unctuously drenched "Ya'lls" all combine to motivate viewers to change the channel as quickly as possible. As my Sysco rep once said, customers don't offer criticisms unless they want you to do better.

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