Cooking & Recipes
Friend Fiction: Foraging With Ina Garten and Jennifer Garner
What would it be like to befriend your favorite celebrity? What would you do together? What would you joke about? Fight about? In our series Friend Fiction, we imagine the answers to these questions. It's a warm, blissful afternoon in southern California.
Apr 17 8:50PM The Cut

Best air fryers right now: Could these be the next Instant Pot?
We're calling it now: Air fryers are the Instant Pot of 2018. We're always on the lookout for new kitchen gadgets that will make cooking easier and more fun.
Apr 17 5:49PM Mashable

95% of the world's population breathes unsafe air
Are you breathing clean air? A new air pollution study suggests you might not be. It found that almost 95 percent of people in the world live in areas with higher fine particle levels than the World Health Organization's air quality guidelines.
Apr 17 4:33PM

Local Medical Clinic Enrolls Patients In Pre-Diabetes Trial
Forty-six patients with pre-diabetes at Grace Medical Home in Orlando are participating in a yearlong study of diabetes prevention. Director Stephanie Nelson Garris says the trial will try to determine whether education including classes on becoming more active and cooking with healthy foods will prevent patients from developing full-blown diabetes.
Apr 17 3:11PM

Electrolux partners with Innit to streamline the meal-planning process
If the thought of cooking dinner is enough to induce a headache, then think no more. Instead, just let Electrolux and its new partner, Innit, do all the mental work behind your meal prep.
Apr 17 9:30AM Digital Trends

Raw Fruits and Veg Provide Better Mental Health Outcomes
Summary: A new study reveals a positive link between better mental health and consuming raw fruits and vegetables. Source: University of Otago.
Apr 17 4:57AM Neuroscience News

More than 95% of world's population breathe dangerous air, major study finds
More than 95% of the world's population breathe unsafe air and the burden is falling hardest on the poorest communities, with the gap between the most polluted and least polluted countries rising rapidly, a comprehensive study of global air pollution has found. Cities are home to an increasing majority of the world's people, exposing billions to unsafe air, particularly in developing countries, but in rural areas the risk of indoor air pollution is often caused by burning solid fuels.
Apr 17 4:19AM the Guardian

Nanofilm recycles electronic waste heat as electricity
Waste heat generated by electronics is a big problem. Not only can it damage components if it gets out of hand, but it represents a large amount of energy going to waste.
Apr 17 2:47AM

The high price of food labels
Many people assume that organic and non-GMO foods are more expensive, but is that really the case? In the recently published The price of non-genetically modified (non-GM) food, agricultural economists Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes, Jayson Lusk, and Alexandre Magnier used Nielsen product data to actually look at consumer purchasing and prices of organic and non-GMO foods from 2009 to 2016. .
Apr 16 8:00PM Genetic Literacy Project

One of NYC's Most Esteemed Chef Teams Is Opening a Seafood Restaurant
Esteemed neighborhood restaurateurs Alex Raij and Eder Montero have shuttered their Cobble Hill coffee shop Teko but the space will soon be home to a new restaurant from the duo, a fish-focused spot called the Pilar. Raij and Montero who also own La Vara, two doors down, as well as El Quinto Pino and Txikito closed Teko a week ago and plan to open the Pilar early this summer.
Apr 16 6:29PM Eater NY

Frozen strawberries recalled over hepatitis A contamination
Montana brand frozen strawberries are being pulled from stores due to possible hepatitis A contamination. The product was available for purchase in all March Adonis locations across Quebec and Ontario up until April 14, 2018.
Apr 16 4:43PM Global News

Good as Far as It Goes, But It Doesn't Go Far Enough: Nigella Lawson's Defense of Home Cooking
Nigella Lawson, for readers who do not live in the English-speaking world or who do not follow cookbook trends, is an extremely smart, capable and hardworking Englishwoman who for the past twenty years has worked enormously hard to promote home cooking as a rewarding, accessible, and life enhancing activity. I've learned from many of her cookbooks and am eternally grateful for her comment that salmon cakes freeze beautifully and can be cooked from frozen.
Apr 15 7:57PM Rachel Laudan

The 10 Best Pellet Smokers
Editor's Note: If you're looking to upgrade your backyard cooking setup this summer, you're probably in need of a little advice. We're longtime admirers of the folks behind AmazingRibs.
Apr 15 6:00PM

Millennials so squeamish about handling raw meat it is to be sold in touch-free packs
A supermarket is to introduce touch-free packaging to help squeamish millennials who are afraid to touch raw meat before cooking it. Sainsburys said it was bringing in the straight-to-pan plastic pouches, which are known in the industry as "doypacks", after a survey showed the prospect of coming into contact with uncooked meat products induced high levels of anxiety among shoppers under the age of 35.
Apr 15 12:14PM The Telegraph

Souped Up Jaguar I-Pace SVR Under Consideration
The new Jaguar F-Pace SVR was the star at the brand's stand in New York , but apparently the automaker is cooking up even more high-performance offerings for the future. According to a new report from Autocar, the British manufacturer is currently evaluating an SVR version of the I-Pace as a way to maintain its advantage of launching an all-electric SUV before its rivals.
Apr 15 11:59AM

I'm a highly functional Autistic. It takes a lot of work.
I'm an Autistic person with a pretty put-together looking life. I always make rent.
Apr 15 8:41AM Medium

$7,628 THIS PROJECT IS NOT LIVE This is only a draft that the creator has chosen to share. THIS PROJECT IS NOT LIVE This is only a draft that the creator has chosen to share.
Apr 14 7:04PM Kickstarter

Declared a vegetable by the Supreme Court, tomatoes are a world-wide staple with many widely known health benefits
(Natural News) Tomatoes come in a variety of festive colors: While they are visually pleasing and improve aesthetics, they also provide us with almost all of the nutrients that we need for the day. Scientifically speaking, tomatoes are a fruit: They develop from the ovary of the base of the flower and contain the seeds of the plant.
Apr 14 5:29PM

The Monolith BBQ Guru is a smart grill with ancient cooking roots
If you're like us, you begin dreaming about meat sizzling on the barbecue long before it's grill season. Here in the Pacific Northwest, where most of the Digital Trends staff lives, barbecue season falls mostly in the summertime although we realize many of you are lucky enough to live in places where the season can last all year long.
Apr 14 5:00PM Digital Trends

How to Stock a Chinese Pantry: Essential Staples to Keep on Hand
Over the last several decades, Americans have been discovering that there's more to Chinese food than the Cantonese flavors, both traditional and bastardized, that were brought over by the first wave of Chinese immigrants. With 1.
Apr 14 2:00PM