Watcha lookin’ for?
Join 22 other subscribers
Stuff We're Talking AboutArmy bacon baking barefoot running beer benefits bikes birthday biscuits books breads breakfast brunch chicken chiles Chinese chutney coffee Colorado cookies cooking cupcakes day care dessert dogs eating economy eggs fall family farm life first words fish foodie quotes football Greasy grilling health health and welfare reports holidays Indian irish kids lame attempts at humor literary news lunch Macs meditations mental health Mexican milestones military movies museums music Nebraska other blogs other news Parenting 101 pasta photography pie pizza pork pumpkin quick quotes recipes restaurants road trip running salads salsa sammiches school science seasonal slideshows Slow Food soup soup and stew southwest Sriracha stew stuff that works summer technology TED tequila thanksgiving toddlers tomato training trips Uncategorized web links weekend winter
Category Archives: science
Should we be afraid?
Browsing through some cookbooks … and noticed that back when most of them were written (ranging five to twenty years ago), recipes that called for chicken breasts typically specified as such: 1 pound chicken breasts (about three breasts) I’m looking … Continue reading
Posted in science 2 Comments
Molecular Gastronomy vs. Slow Food
Freakonomics Radio interviews Alice Waters and Nathan Myhrvold, and looks at two different ways of looking at food: Slow Food, which reduces food to its essentials and keeps things simple, and Molecular Gastronomy, which tries to put as much science … Continue reading
Posted in science, Slow Food, web links 4 Comments