Food & Food Culture

10:39am

Sun July 15, 2012
Arts & Culture

PHOTOS: Loveland Loves BBQ, Bands & Brews

If there is a giant inflatable pig, you know there is BBQ nearby.
Jim Hill KUNC

Loveland Loves BBQ, Bands & Brews was in downtown Loveland both Friday & Saturday. If you missed it, you missed not only the aforementioned three, but also a car show, an artisan marketplace and more.

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12:31pm

Tue July 10, 2012
The Salt

The Importance Of Making Sushi And Mozzarella On Mars

Rupert Spies, Senior Lecturer in Food and Beverage Management at Cornell, gives a hands-on workshop on bread making with the NASA team.
Jason Koski courtesy of Cornell University Photography

You might be surprised at how powdered milk, dehydrated kelp and shelf-stable chorizo can come together in ways that taste good — especially if you've been cooped up for a few months on a mission with five strangers on a desolate lava crater in Hawaii.

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3:44am

Sun July 1, 2012
Americandy: Sweet Land Of Liberty

In 'Sponge Candy Crescent,' Addicts Hoard 'Heaven'

Originally published on Fri July 13, 2012 9:09 am

To get their summertime fix, sponge candy lovers on the shore of Lake Erie have to plan in advance.
Melisa Goh NPR

The eastern shore of Lake Erie is known as the "Sponge Candy Crescent." During the region's long winter months, this crunchy, chocolatey candy is a mainstay — especially for large gatherings and holidays. But come hot weather, you can't get the temperamental treat.

Ko-Ed Candies sells a lot of chocolate Easter bunnies, candy bars and other sweets, but co-owner Sandy Whitt says her customers mostly crave sponge candy.

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1:03am

Mon June 18, 2012
The Salt

Is The Coconut Water Craze All It's Cracked Up To Be?

Originally published on Mon June 18, 2012 10:48 am

John Gordon Gauld, a 35-year old artist, bikes with coconut water in New York City.
Jacob Anderson

You've probably seen them in the grocery store — cans of coconut water with their come-hither photos of young, green coconuts, tops sheared off, a straw poking out, and blue and green boxes that evoke cool, tropical breezes. Some vendors even sell the real thing. Artist John Gordon Gauld enjoys fresh coconut water when he's thirsty after biking through New York City.

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6:50am

Sat June 16, 2012
The Salt

The Art Of The Snack, One Illustration At A Time

Part art project, part reference work, the website Snack Data is a quirky, illustrated database of foods.
Beau Johnson snackdata.com

The next time you need some help deciding what to pick for a midday munch, try Snack Data, a quirky, illustrated catalogue of foods. Part reference guide, part art project, it's the latest idiosyncratic creation of Los Angeles-based web developer Beau Johnson.

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