I got an email last week that made my blood boil. Yes, seemingly to boil. Not simmer. A blanching-green-veg boil, a pressure cooker boil. The kind of boil my blood gets when I’m at a restaurant and I hear a woman, grilling the server suspiciously, saying, “I’m allergic to lactose” and then later says, “Oooh, could you wheel that cheese cart over here? Gawd, I love Epoisse.” I’m just minding my own business, a happy Bertie Wooster moment at my desk before work, dreaming of confiting turkey legs, and an email pops into my box and it’s like someone smacked me on the skull with a cricket bat. It was from Heather Clayton, an expat living in southern Germany, trying to plan a meal here in the once sensible USA (West Coast, bien sûr), for Read On »

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Features the food culture of Maine with Joe Ricchio & Joel Beauchamp, via foodcoma.tv

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Video: Perennial Plate visits the Florida to meet the people who pick tomatoes and show us a window into their daily life, via Perennial Plate.

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Here is a neat infographic on the Satiety Index versus the Glycemic Index to see how full people feel after eating creation foods, via Food Tech Connect. 

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Love the show then check out the Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook by Judy Gelman and Peter Sheutlin, via NPR.

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