A compelling infographic recently came our way that examines the reality of fillers present in many foods we buy, and what they may be costing us in terms of nutrition, personal health, and more.
On Saturday, September 13th, more than 20 food trucks will line Lerner Town Square at Tysons II in Tysons, Virginia, along with a variety of beers and wines, gorgeous fine art displays, and live bands.
Wanting to present one’s product in the best possible manner is understandable, though graphics like this one beg the question, at what point do photo editing and product stand-ins cross the line between putting on a product’s best face and outright dishonesty?
Alex Hillsberg of FinancesOnline.com has shared the following infographic with us examining how much variety truly exists regarding which companies we choose to patronize when we’re wandering the supermarket aisles (hint: it’s less than many people might think).
Every so often the universe sees fit to reinforce to me that I’m in the wrong line of full-time work.
Hispanic and International cookware company IMUSA is holding a giveaway that you can enter for a chance to win a trip for two to Miami and indulge in the much anticipated South Beach Wine & Food Festival! The giveaway will be live for the month of January and is exclusively for IMUSA’s facebook fans. By “liking” IMUSA’s page and entering in the contest you’ll have a chance to WIN a trip to Miami for 2, with the costs of travel, hotel accommodations, and 2 tickets to the South Beach Wine & Food Festival included! Ten runner-ups will receive IMUSA prizes as well.
I’m going to keep this brief for reasons that are somewhat hard to frame. It feels wrong somehow, not to acknowledge here the recent passing of global peace icon Nelson Mandela, thus I do so now – even though this is a food blog, even though that places such an acknowledgment somewhat outside my typical subject matter. I can only attribute my silence up to this point to my inability to think of anything to say that has not been or will not be said more eloquently by people who knew him personally.