Read Up On It – July 13th, 2012
- Eater reports on this handy guide to “helping” people who are choking, made for fans of Bob’s Burgers.
- Colour me convinced: Cold brewed coffee is getting more and more popular. The Guardian looks into the how and why.
- A blog called She Simmers decided to put together a fish sauce taste test. I have to say, although I’ve been a big fan of Three Crabs (even though it does tend to cloud dishes), I think I may change things up.
- Gawker looks into the yogurt. Will there be a war, with soliders armed with pro-biotic claims versus Balkan cultures?
- Jacob Boon over at The Coast asks a bunch of cocktail mavericks to mix up some cocktails using that divisive of drinks, Beep.
- The Globe And Mail looks into challenge-driven home chefs who look forward to trying to make the food they read about in high-end cookbooks. Does this mean I have my own little version of Momofuku in my kitchen? Could there be an Alinea-like dining experience down the street?
- The CBC reports on how food banks are benefiting from a program where people can donate the fruit that grows on trees in their backyards.
- And for the last bit, a “truly” canadian story: drunken bbq chip bandits.