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All The News That's Fit To Eat — Jan. 16

All The News That's Fit To Eat — Jan. 16

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4BYRDS 4BYRDS 8 years
I am excited about the chef clothing for women. I'm hoping to open my own bakery cafe next year and I can't stand any of the current options!
books-and-shoes books-and-shoes 8 years
Thank you Yum! That kind of crazy. I almost can't believe it. I'll have to check out Citizen for the entire article. I totally save fortunes from the cookies. I put them in my wallet, stick them on the fridge..
holleighz holleighz 8 years
i'm only slightly obsessed with fortune cookies. i'd always believed that you need to eat the cookie before reading the fortune. somewhere along the way, someone told me you're also supposed to crack and eat the cookie with your left hand because it's closer to your heart. i highly doubt these rules have any root in ancient tradition, but i stick to them nonetheless. anyone have their own fortune cookie traditions or folklore?
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
LOVE bread pudding!!! Ina Garten has a knockout version in one of her cookbooks that uses stale croissants instead of bread. Addicting!
vapidintuition vapidintuition 8 years
I totally thought that fortune cookies were from San Francisco too. haha.. I blame the travel channel for that. I know I watched some show they did on the history of Chinese food in America, where they talked about Chop Suey and how so many of what a lot of Americans believe is Chinese food is really food that was created in San Francisco by Chinese immigrants who started up restaurants to feed workers. Er.. something like that. I don't remember exactly.
Food Food 8 years
The article is interesting because the researcher goes against common thought and says that they're from Japan. To think I thought they were from San Francisco! regarding the cloned meat article, citizensugar has taken a look at how three different media sources covered the story, but the gist is:
Meat and milk from cloned animals and their offspring are as safe as the natural versions, the Food and Drug Administration declared Tuesday, clearing the way for such products to enter the food supply without special labeling. Initially, only a small amount of steaks, pork and dairy products derived from clones will become available in grocery stores, industry executives said. But over the next three to five years -- after ranchers have time to clone their most prized animals and those clones are able to breed -- the products will become routine on store shelves, they said.
and sugarcat - when doesn't bread with butter sound great?!?
SugarCat SugarCat 8 years
The bread article has me craving a big old slice of homemade bread with a big glop of butter on it!
books-and-shoes books-and-shoes 8 years
The article talks about the debated origin of the cookies, so the headline as it stands is not incorrect. But I can't read the article about the FDA approving cloned meat without registering with the LA Times. Yum, would it be possible to get a synopsis on it?
vapidintuition vapidintuition 8 years
You may want to correct the headline about fortune cookies. Its a Japanese researcher who traced the origins of the fortune cookie back to China. Fortune cookies are a Chinese food thing, not a Japanese food thing.
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