It’s the week of Thanksgiving and I am here to talk to you about cookies; specifically chocolate chip cookies because THAT TIME OF YEAR IS…Continue reading...
Last week I talked about insects as snacks, and I know, that was gross. Totally unnecessary and I apologize, really. I’m going to try to absolve myself by continuing on the snack theme, but I’m going to talk about fruit. Not the everyday fruit you may enjoy at the farmers market, or in a fruit salad, but the uncommon fruit that you normally don’t find in the supermarket. I
If you’ve ever experienced that not-so-fresh feeling, you might be pleased to know that uber-company Google is currently working on a patent for an odor-blocking device. Is this too good to be true? Apparently not when it comes one of the world’s most valued companies. Basically, the device works by releasing scents to help you stay fresh wherever you are. So, what is it called? The patent is being filed
As a twenty-six year old who still has trouble throwing out her stuffed animals, I respect the preservation of childhood memories and old-school entertainment that kids just don’t get these days. The things that are strewn across my niece’s playroom may be able to eat, wet themselves and crawl around, but don’t tell me she’s going to want to keep that creepy thing when she’s my age.
There’s a thing happening, where a startup wants to use ground up crickets to make cricket flour, and then to make snack bars, and they totally think you should eat these things. But why not? Apparently, we eat ground up bug bits in our processed food every single day and haven’t died from it. In Denver, they tried to get people to nosh on crickets and locusts by making them
Move over, kale! There’s a new sheriff in town! And just like kale, it’s a mystery as to when exactly this ingredient started becoming widely accepted as delicious… but we like it! Prepare to be amazed; this bland, boring cruciferous vegetable has been waiting many years to finally make a better name for itself. That’s right…it’s the Cauliflower! Cauliflower was widely popular in Europe in the 1500’s, but it didn’t