Category Archives: Food
Thankfully we have modern technology, because at $25 a bag, my potato chip habit would be non-existent. Secrets From The Potato Chip Factory from Planet Money on Vimeo. Via boing boing.
Here you go, folks. Emptying my queue this morning, some of which has been around for several weeks. Stock up on Chipotle early this year. Is Scientology self-destructing? Another great product review page from Amazon.com. Isn't it ironic, don't you think? I like reading about The Blues Brothers. Can't get enough Beatles.
Ran across this food idea this morning. Don't get me wrong. I love bacon and I love bacon in other foods, but when you have to cook the bacon separately any way, why not just cook your pancakes separately and enjoy them each 100% instead of sharing taste buds? In fact, if you want this [...]
For obvious reasons.
Mary over at the blog Are You On The Fence? has a terrific review of the steak and seafood restaurant inside the recently opened Hollywood Casino in Rossford. As a devotee of steak, I read the review with great interest, only to be slightly disappointed in the restaurant. When a upscale restaurant makes everything a [...]
Julia Child would be 100 years old today. Diane Rehm had a wonderful show this morning with Julia Child biographer Bob Spitz. Many people with personal memories phoned and emailed. It was simply delightful.
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, I may periodically be posting about a subject near and dear to my heart. Food. Specifically the anticipated cost of food. Today’s preliminary post is very simple from an economic viewpoint. Take a look at the meat counter of your local grocer. Notice anything? What you [...]
Mike Madison, California farmer, wrote an article describing how he goes about setting prices for his products for a local farmers market. In the article, Madison describes four possible ways that he can go about setting his price. The first he calls “the just price.” Consider two customers at the market. The first is a [...]
Just in time for the 4th of July comes this tasty looking recipe. Happy Birthday, America.
Spiral slice your hot dog before grilling.