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Upgraded Picnic Salads: Bacon Potato Salad
Upgraded PICNIC SALADS Bacon Potato Salad (no soybean oil mayo)  and “Cultured” Asian  Cole Slaw Boil 2 pounds of red potatoes until tender. Drain and let cool slightly. Peel and thinly slice a cucumber (1 cup). Roast 4 bacon* slices on a foiled-lined baking sheet in a 400 degree oven until crisp. Remove bacon, chop coarsely and set aside the fat. In a metal bowl, whisk 2 egg yolks with 1/4 cup olive oil or (better) the bacon grease, 1/2 cup chopped parsley and salt & pepper to taste.
Drinking at The 2014 Fancy Food Show!
It isn’t only about food at the 2014 Fancy Food Show!  Remarkably, the crowded beverage category continues to expands well. Among the libations and occasional craft beers, there are many ersatz sodas jockeying for our attention, trying to convince us that they are better than the mainstream monsters Coke & Pepsi. WATER In the flavored water & natural juice world, there are a few impressive brands to pay attention to: FOUND Beverage Co.
Food Truth Gets Fancy – the not-so-good news from the Fancy Food Show 2014
The Food truth team found a lot of real food at the 2014 Fancy Food Show in NYC alongside some pretty clever impostors. As savvy foodies, we were not easily sidelined but some products new to market drew us in with slick slogans and persuasive packaging. Here are some of the ones we fell for and why you may want to be cautious when they hit the shelves of your ...
Food Truth Gets Fancy – Good News from The Fancy Food Show in NYC
The annual Fancy Food Show is in town and vendors from around the world are showing off their best offerings. The Food Truth team hit the crowded aisles at the Javits Center to find the best real food products and report back to you. Here’s an overview of what we found. There was A LOT of cheese and A LOT of chocolate… First the CHEESE please… On display were the usual ...
Label Mania
“Stop Reading Labels.” That Food Truth tenet gets a lot of pushback. We get it. Consumers rely heavily on labels to determine whether a food product is worth eating. But that’s the point: real food doesn’t come in a package. Apples, onions and eggplant just are… but what about eggs? Omega-3, vegetarian fed, organic, cage-free and on and on.
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