Category Archives: Food

Equally sharing a cake between three people – Numberphile

Numberphile Published on 26 Sep 2017 Audible (30-day trial, free audio book): https://www.audible.com/numberphile More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ This video features Dr Hannah Fry. More videos with Hannah: http://bit.ly/hannah_vids Hannah’s website: http://www.hannahfry.co.uk Her book mentioned is … Continue reading

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Fun — and not-so-fun facts on International Chocolate Day — WTVR.com

With enough chemical stimulation to rival even the best sloppy kisses, chocolate is one of the most powerful substances on Earth. And today just happens to be its day. Let’s celebrate International Chocolate Day by getting the lowdown on all … Continue reading

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Gregg Segal’s “Daily Bread” Examines Kids’ Eating Habits

Interview with photographer Gregg Segal about his “Daily Bread” project which examines the diet of kids around the world and the globalization of nutrition. Why the decision to focus on children and what do you think their eating habits say … Continue reading

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Taking Risks With All Kinds of Poison

Working with and even cooking with deadly poison—despite the risks, people do it all the time. In this reel, we’ll meet everyone from a gardener who tends to plants that could kill him to the residents of a Japanese island … Continue reading

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The Sandwich in a Pickle

“I think it’s safe to say that everybody loves a good pickle,” says Katherine Cohen, head pickle proprietor of Elsie’s. She runs a sandwich shop in Haddon Township, New Jersey, that has done away with run-of-the-mill sandwich bread altogether in … Continue reading

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Feathered Latte Art Features Stylized Portraits of Sparrows, Parakeets, and Cockatiels

Feathers, ferns, hearts: all normal fodder for a typical third wave barista’s latte art portfolio. But one hobbyist barista and avian aficionado is leveling up with their bird-themed drawings. Using careful daubs of colored foam, Kunit92 creates stylized portraits of … Continue reading

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A brie(f) history of cheese – Paul Kindstedt

Before empires and royalty, before pottery and writing, before metal tools and weapons – there was cheese. As early as 8000 BCE, Neolithic farmers began a legacy of cheesemaking almost as old as civilization. Today, the world produces roughly 22 … Continue reading

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The Most Beautiful Fruits and Vegetables You’ve Never Seen

Great Big Story Published on 14 May 2019 Even if you are a fruit and veggie lover, chances are you’ve never heard of most, if any, of the produce grown on Aaron Choi’s Girl & Dug Farms in San Marcos, … Continue reading

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Five—Likely Unfamiliar—Eats

In this reel, we’re going to tempt your tastebuds with five eats you likely haven’t sampled, including a dish known as a “garbage plate” and a pie packed with pickles.

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Why You Can’t Overcook Mushrooms and The Science Behind Them | Mushrooms | What’s Eating Dan?

America’s Test Kitchen Published on 1 Dec 2018 Mushrooms are neither plant nor animal. So what’s the best way to cook them? Dan explains the science behind cooking this delicious fungus in this episode of What’s Eating Dan?. Check out … Continue reading

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