All Posts By Lauren Miyashiro

On the Blogs: Rachael Ray’s New Food Truck and a Coffee Ambulance

by in Community, October 12th, 2012

rachael rayVillage Voice: Rachael Ray is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society to open a food truck for dogs in New York City from October 18-20.

Chicago Tribune: In a move to win more restaurants as clients, Groupon, Inc. launched Breadcrumb, a sales, order management and reporting system for restaurants.   

M Live: Operating in a re-configured ambulance, Coffee Rescue takes the idea of food trucks to a whole new level.

Slate: Edible packaging is a possible solution to cut down on food-related waste.  Would you try the new wrapper?

On The Blogs: Apple Season and the First Lady’s Winning Cookie

by in Community, October 5th, 2012

applesHuffington Post: In a close race, Michelle Obama is the winner of Family Circle’s presidential cookie contest. Which sweet treat would get your vote: the first lady’s White and Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies or Ann Romney’s M&M Cookies?

Grist: Does the microwave zap vegetables of their nutritional goodness? Not as much as you may think.

CNBC: The world’s most-expensive wine ever sold directly from a winery goes on sale for $168.00 a bottle. What meal would you pair with such a pricey Cabernet Sauvignon?

Slate: Not sure what kind of apple to use for a recipe? Use this illustrated flow chart to help you decide.

SF Gate: Milk chocolate can be just as flavorful and sophisticated as darker varieties. No wonder Americans prefer it three-to-one.

On The Blogs: A Bacon Shortage, Beer Shampoo and Gourmet Beef Jerky

by in Community, September 27th, 2012

peach beer cocktailL.A. Times: Worries of a looming pork shortage have bombarded the Internet and caused anxiety for soaring bacon prices in 2013.

U.S. News: Beer may be the secret to healthy, shiny hair. How do you feel about shampoo and conditioner made with boozy suds?

The Salt: Food labels affect how much we eat. But what happens when the definition of a “small” serving varies across the board?

New York Times: It may be the season for pumpkin and squash, but the blue crab is still around and better than ever.

Wall Street Journal: Beef jerky brands are experimenting with gourmet flavors.

 

On The Blogs: The Return of the McRib, Rising Tip Standards and Social Gaming

by in Community, September 21st, 2012

tipping at mealsAd Age: McRib fans will have to wait until Christmas for the return of this favorite seasonal menu item.

New York Post: How much do you tip? Twenty-five percent may be the new 20 percent.

Slate: With the recent New York City soda ban in place, find out how soft drinks got so popular in the first place.

Wall Street Journal: What games are your kids playing on your phone? Food producers are now using mobile game apps to draw in young consumers.

On The Blogs: Healthy School Lunches, Bartering With Bacon and More

by in Community, September 14th, 2012

panko chicken nuggetsParenting: Packing a healthy lunch for your kids (and yourself) just got easier. With this interactive “Healthy Lunch Maker,” you’ll have a better idea of the nutritional value inside your child’s lunchbox.

NY Times: One man attempts to barter his way across the country with no money, just bacon.

The Atlantic: The Texas State Fair, also the largest state fair in the country, proves you can deep-fry just about anything. How do you feel about deep-fried bubble gum?

Bon Appétit: Every wonder why the combination of caramel and salt or pears with blue cheese tastes so good? There’s a science behind it.

Eater: McDonald’s will begin posting calories on all their menu boards nationwide. How much do you think this will affect people’s eating habits?

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