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Entries from November 2008

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November 28th, 2008 · Comments Off

Apple apple pie

The link to creative food manipulation the other day included a few of these, but here’s a big gallery of ‘Foodscapes’ by Carl Warner. Landscapes such as “parmesan cliffs with sweet potato boulders and cress and savoy cabbage foliage under a red cabbage sky”

Food Network launches mobile app for easy access to recipes

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Food Links

November 26th, 2008 · Comments Off

Give Thanks? Science Supersized Your Turkey Dinner “Your corn is sweeter, your potatoes are starchier and your turkey is much, much bigger than the foods that sat on your grandparents’ Thanksgiving dinner table.”

Creative Food Manipulation “These wildly creative examples of artfully augmented food (that anybody can make, provided they got Michelangelo’s sculpture skills and nearly limitless free time) can be then displayed in upscale New York art galleries (until they go bad)”

The Carnivore’s 100. A list of 100 kinds of meat you can check off. I might do a separate post some time on how many I’ve eaten, but I think I’m pretty close to 95% (never had squirrel). Some notable exceptions on this list (hard to include everything in only 100 items, but it’s fairly well-done) is the Chicago Italian Beef sandwich, and some game items that should be on any meat-lovers agenda like rabbit, pheasant, elk, etc.

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Food news – Politics and Economy edition

November 10th, 2008 · Comments Off

Could this be more than a rumor of real Change in Washington?

As for the economy Fast Company’s Fish on Friday column “…Whole Foods Market, which runs the nation’s most entrancing and most expensive grocery stores, reported profits for its most recent quarter. The bottom line for Whole Foods in the months of July, August, and September? $1.5 million in total profit.” That works out to $64 per store.

Could Just 4% of the Wall Street Bailout End World Hunger?

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