In my WWU (Weekly Wrap Up), I compile some of the latest trends in the food industry, breaking news and cool things of interest. It’s all about the baking, cooking and general shenanigans brought to you live from the world wide web.
Here’s this week’s lineup:
Tip: Cooking in College
As you grow a little older and wiser, you realize that your downfalls and mistakes have pushed you to find the most efficient and easy way to do things (sometimes months and years later). Take cooking in college for example. If only I had tips like this, maybe I would have stayed in my dorm fending off the freshman fifteen and utilizing all those gadgets I thought I needed. Read more.
Shenanigans: Glenn Close and Jimmy Fallon Throw Down the Eating Gauntlet
Eat spaghetti with a whisk, try eating nachos with salad tongs. All this and more in this awesome video courtesy of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Watch the Video.
Product: Edible Coffee Cups
And so the mashup of all things continues, this time with edible coffee cups (chocolate dipped ice cream cones) served up only at Alfred Coffee. Read more.
New Media: Behind the Scenes of Johnny Iuzzini’s New Book
Get ready to indulge in chef Johnny Iuzzini’s new book, Sugar Rush. The teaser trailer will make you hungry and hopefully jump at the chance to purchase his new book. Watch now.
Travel: Food Markets ‘Round the World
Locally and around the world there are countless food markets. However, there is a list of about thirty five that exceed all expectations bringing the best local produce together with artisans and local delicacies. Get ready to start adding to your must visit travel locales immediately, time is of the essence. Read more.
News: The Lost Chapter of Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryFifty years after the publication of Charlie and the Chocolate factory, over 13 million copies of the book were sold and it then inspired two movies, a long hidden manuscript of an additional chapter never been published has been found. Learn how it was discovered and what was locked away. Learn more.
Info: The Red Juice in Raw Meat Isn’t Blood
I like many assumed that the blood from my raw beef is what colored it and congealed at the bottom of the package. Surprise, it’s something else! Learn more.