Researchers Confirm New Class Of Anti-Oxidants
Researchers have figured out how to quantify polysulphide content in 22 types of veggies. The work is being hailed as a breakthrough in nutrition science, since polysulphides are known to be powerful anti-oxidants. Conclusion? Eat more Garlic and Broccoli!Read More →
Pizza: Nature’s Most Nearly Perfect Food?
I don’t know what it is about Pizza… My post idea for today started as a recent upsurge in Pizza ‘innovation’ and crossovers, etc. But it quickly turned into a much larger and wider investigation probing the psychology of the ‘Universal Pie’…Read More →
Food Branding: Some Aspects Remain A Mystery To Me
Branding has always mystified me. I’ve never been entirely sure I understand why companies create logos and brand names they do, to objectify their identities and those of their products and services. Pros call it a science, I say it’s at least a little magic…Read More →
A New Eating Disorder For Parents To Worry About
Just when we’re getting to the bottom of some older, well-known childhood eating disorders, a new one has come to my attention. Once associated with regular old picky eating, ARFID is now classed as its own disease, and a serious one, at that…Read More →
Sunday Musings: Kudos To New L.A. Indian-Italian Bar!
New Los Angeles Indian-Italian sports bar strikes me as the first creative, original fusion marriage I’ve heard of in a long time. Owner Avish Naran’s vision sounds well-conceived and well-executed. Like the signature flavour of a previously undiscovered country…Read More →
Fast Food Week: Quick Service Restaurant and Snacks News!
Another week rich in new product reveals, old faves returning notices and a heavy emphasis on big, new mains. Including a new Fajita Quesadilla from Chipotle – as resto sued by a Chicago man who claims the big C’s boneless Chicken Wings contain no wing meat.Read More →