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UberEats is on the precipice of greatness, fish is entering into the lab-grown food space, and hand-harvested salt is becoming a thing again. All this and more on our fabulous weekend reading list.
It’s almost fall and we’re swinging into the season with a fresh basket of plump and juicy reads.
From a slightly macabre beef competition to the whimsically uplifting rejuvenation of a beloved Indian ice cream brand, this week’s reading list runs the emotional gamut.
Meet the newest additions to Feastly San Francisco’s lineup of talented chefs!
We scoured the Internet for the weirdest, most interesting, and most tantalizing food reads…so you don’t have to!
From an engagement ring-stealing carrot, restaurant libraries, a strawberry empire, and the Amazon-Whole Foods price slash extravaganza, we’ve got the perfecting reading list for your long weekend.
At one point or another, we’ve all let a piece of meat spoil in the refrigerator or chucked carrot tops into the garbage. So to kick off No Waste August, we polled our community of home cooks about the small things they do to fight food waste in their kitchens everyday.
What began as a small meal series in New York has since developed into an international project, with its “dumpster dinners” garnering substantial attention over the past few years. The concept was sparked from founder Josh Treuhaft’s graduate design thesis about environmental sustainability challenges.