Ice cream or Ice nondairy FROZEN DESSERT?

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It’s no doubt that the term ice cream or gelato is used when referencing vegan desserts, even though, as reports, vegan ice cream is a misnomer. The consumer-focused website published that the Food and Drug Administration defines ice cream as a frozen, pasteurized product made from dairy that contains at least 10 percent milkfat…. Read more »

A Candied Cache: Burgers, Bacon, and … Pineapple?

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It’s safe to bet that you can’t find anything that doesn’t pair perfectly with bacon. The cured pork has gone beyond just its classic bacon and egg stereotype at the breakfast table. As reported by, an independent digital news magazine, foodies have become enchanted with the fatty meat, coming up with ever-more bizarre bacon-themed… Read more »

Got UHT? What’s the deal with shelf stable milk

What American doesn’t recognize the tagline “Got Milk?”, a popular  advertising campaign launched over 20 years ago in America that, according to research by Jeff Goodby in Adweek, “has become the most remembered tagline in beverage history.” He continues, “It is so ubiquitous, in fact, that people don’t think of it as a tagline anymore…. Read more »


When Sweets Go Nuts for Savory When you talk about sweet and savory, you open the door to endless menu options. According to the New York Times, the relationship between sweet and savory has come full circle—from medieval and Renaissance Europe, when there was no division between them, to their segregation during the 20th century… Read more »