28 April 2015

On Food Labels, Calorie Miscounts - NYTimes.com


"The method most commonly used to assess the number of calories in foods is flawed, overestimating the energy provided to the body by proteins, nuts and foods high in fiber by as much as 25 percent, some nutrition experts say."

On Food Labels, Calorie Miscounts - NYTimes.com




26 April 2015

Who's Behind The Latest Ethnic Food Trend? Maybe It's A Government : The Salt : NPR



Who's Behind The Latest Ethnic Food Trend? Maybe It's A Government : The Salt : NPR




21 April 2015

Simple Rules for Healthy Eating - NYTimes.com



Very simple, but oh, so hard to follow:

Simple Rules for Healthy Eating - NYTimes.com






20 April 2015

What Food Porn Does to the Brain — The Atlantic



"Food porn is defined in part by the senses that it is a visual experience of something that other people can smell and taste. Food porn, as Amanda Simpson, the creator of the site Food Porn Daily, told The Daily Meal in 2010, is 'anything that makes me drool'—something that, at its best, should manufacture a desire that it can’t satisfy."

What Food Porn Does to the Brain — The Atlantic




05 April 2015

Marco Pierre White’s ‘White Heat’: A Game-Changer, Revisited - NYTimes.com


A cookbook by another name? Read on:

"It was the photographs in “White Heat” that put the book across. No cookbook had looked like this one. The book’s photographer, Bob Carlos Clarke, shot Mr. White’s kitchen at Harvey’s, which opened in 1987, as if it were a war zone. The black-and-white photos were filled with blood, with cigarettes dangling from lips and with rattled, unshaven young men who appeared to be on a mission up the Congo."

Continue reading at The New York Times:

Marco Pierre White’s ‘White Heat’: A Game-Changer, Revisited

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Hardcover – April 7, 2015