Archive for the ‘food’ Category

The Golden Temple Feeds 100,000 People Each Day

December 6, 2019

The Harmandir Sahib, chief place of worship for the Sikh faith, is a major place of pilgrimage. The temple’s huge kitchen feeds visitors, serving 100,000 free meals a day.

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Eating healthy is expensive in America

October 21, 2019

Julia Belluz of Vox explains why eating healthy is so expensive in America.

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Meat. Is it bad for you?

September 20, 2019

Eating meat has been associated with health risks like heart disease, cancer and an early death. What’s up with that? A video by Kurzgesagt (“In a Nutshell”).

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Breakfast: the most important myth of the day

September 3, 2019

Breakfast became “The Most Important Meal of the Day” when cereal companies stood to make a buck from it. A Vox video by Ranjani Chakraborty.

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Endangered Foods

July 24, 2019

The race to save endangered foods, a Vox video.

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How People Ate in Medieval England

May 30, 2019

 

“How People Ate in Medieval England,” a video exploration from Modern History TV by Jason Kingsley and Chris Carr.

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21st Century Bratwurst

May 28, 2019

Attention bratwurst fans: there’s a plant-based, beer-infused sausage with your name on it. Welcome to 2019.

Video: “First Bratwurst of Summer” by Those Darn Accordions

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Mushrooms

April 26, 2019

Dan Sousa of Cook’s Illustrated looks at mushrooms. A video by America’s Test Kitchen.

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L.A. Foodie Explores NYC

April 4, 2019

L.A. Foodie Explores NYC

California food columnist Lucas Kwan Peterson explored Big Apple foodways in the April 1 edition of the Los Angeles Times:

“My first culinary encounter was with pizza, a mysterious kind of baked tlayuda, covered in macerated tomatoes and milk coagulation, and occasionally smothered with a type of thinly sliced lap cheong called pepperoni. The odd dish, sometimes referred to as a pie, washed ashore from Naples some years ago. While the taste takes some getting used to, pizza can be enchanting when done properly.”

— “For cramped New York, an expanding dining scene,” Lucas Kwan Peterson, Los Angeles Times

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Apples

March 21, 2019

SweeTango, Zestar, Rave, Cosmic Crisp, Evercrisp, Arctic, Kissabel, Envy. How do you like them apples?

A Vox video by Ellen Rolfes and Alexandra Cardinale.

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