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Food Safety Dance

We try to keep it pretty light and fun around here. This newsletter is meant to be a positive in your week! At the same

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Pinterest Predicts

     At-Home Bars Will Be Big in 2020   Pinterest released their end-of-year forecasts, based on people’s activity on the platform. Foremost among their predictions are at-home

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Fake Meat Fight Back

You don’t have to pay much attention to know that fake meat is a huge trend! Impossible Burgers and Beyond Meat have both been in the news quite a

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Low Spoon Meals

How much energy do you have right now? How much did you have when you woke up? Common answers to these questions include: “a lot”,

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More Middle Eastern Flavors

     Gonzo for Garbanzos Hummus has been growing steadily in popularity over recent years, and we don’t see that trend flagging. Indeed, we expect fondness for

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QuillBot

In a previous issue of our newsletter, we recommended Hemingway, free software that can improve your writing. Here is another useful tool – and this software is fun, too! It adds to the enjoyment of writing.

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Delivered for Dinner

DoorDash is the number one food delivery service in the United States. It just released a report showing the most ordered food items

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How Fast Food Menus Can Improve Your Blog

Food bloggers will find some very relevant information in a study that was recently conducted on fast food menu boards. And we happen to feel that there is a direct relationship between fast food menu boards and food blog homepages. See what you think…

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Oprah’s New Diet

If you follow the news at all, you know that sustainability is a big topic. We think that’s great. We are all about keeping the

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Spam Traps

You don’t email people without their permission. So you don’t have anything to worry about, right? Sorry. This is another case of bad people causing problems for good people.

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Red Spinach? Really?

Coming soon to a produce section near you . . . red spinach has been developed by a research geneticist at the US Department of Agriculture, partly

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Inverse Cooking

In our previous issue, we teased that we would be bringing you information about “inverse cooking” – and we said it is something that scares us.

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Souffle Pancakes

We may be obsessed with these — and for good reason. These pancakes are tall, fluffy and light, thanks to egg whites whipped to stiff

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Savory Oats

The Quaker Oats Company recently surveyed Americans about their breakfast eating habits. The study revealed a few surprises – that 10% of people in the Northeast like

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Hemingway App

If you’re not using Hemingway Editor, you should start! (Spoiler alert: it’s free.) We hate dense, complicated sentences. They make our brains hurt! Why can’t everything

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Google Explore Tool

We write all our articles in Google Docs, which has a number of advantages over Microsoft Word and other text editors. First of all, Google Docs

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Functional Food

A recent study revealed that 37% of consumers want their food to be functional. That is, to provide them health benefits. Nobody wants to eat

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