Sunday, May 31, 2015

London’s Cereal Cafe   

Food

Anucyia Victor writing for the Daily Mail Online: With 120 cereals, 20 types of toppings and 12 varieties of milk, self-confessed cereal obsessives Alan and Gary Keery have taken their love of the breakfast staple to new heights with UK’s … Continue reading →

Monday, April 6, 2015

A Brewing Problem   

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James Hamblin, writing for The Atlantic: In 2010, journalist and caffeine aficionado Murray Carpenter visited the Keurig facilities in Waterbury, Vermont, reporting for The New York Times that the K-Cup idea posed environmental concerns, as the pods were not recyclable … Continue reading →

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Let’s Start With Bread and Water   

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Pete Wells, writing for the New York Times: It may not be as infantilizing and infuriating as the chef-knows-best power play of the bread course, but the breadbasket games in à la carte restaurants still push all kinds of buttons. … Continue reading →

Monday, March 24, 2014

Manufacturing Taste   

Food

I finally got around to reading Sasha Chapman’s history of Kraft Dinner from the September 2012 issue of The Walrus: J. L. Kraft, who had grown up on a dairy farm in Ontario, headed off to Chicago a decade after … Continue reading →