Food Trends of 2013
The cronut rolled out in May at Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City. Since then, it has taken off. (NPR's All Things Considered, 7/13)
The Ramen Burger
Keizo Shimamoto is an L.A.-born chef now working in New York, and he made over 100 ramen burgers last weekend. This week, he took a quick pit stop from the kitchen to join the show with more on his new creation. (KPCC's Take Two, 8/13)
The unique convergence of Thanksgiving and Hannukah — for the first time in, well, ever — has inspired the term “Thanksgivukkah.” (WBUR's Radio Boston, 11/13)
It's that bottle full of bright red chili sauce with the green cap and the picture of the rooster. And it's called Huy Fong Foods, Inc. Sriracha. (PRI's The World, 10/13)
The "cicada invasion" prompts creative new snacks. (WAMU, 5/13)
Smartphone Food Photography
Walk through the door of many eateries and what greets you above the usual hubbub is the sound of fake camera shutters as people use their smart phones to photograph their meal and share it on social networks. So what apps work best? (RN's First Bite,...
Justin Turner, owner of Bernie’s Burger Bus, tells his food truck story of success: from running a food truck as a hobby to becoming a mogul in the industry. (Food Truck Empire, 11/13)
In 2012, Jerry Seinfeld launched a comedy web series called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee". Seinfeld had more to say about one of the world's most celebrated and powerful beans (or berries to be more accurate) following Morning Edition's Coffee...
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