October 15, 2011
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Ron English Cereal Art Sends a Message—Venice, CA
If you live in the Los Angeles area and happen to be perusing the cereal aisle at the Venice location of mega-supermarket Ralph’s, you may find yourself confused. Gawker reports the manufacturer’s boxes have been replaced with contemporary artist Ron English’s “popaganda.”
The packages have been rebranded, giving their names and slogans a satirical twist: “Sugar Frosted Fat,” “Fruit Looped,” and “Sugar Diabetic Bear.” The controversial artist is famous for hijacking and twisting pop culture icons and advertising brands for his surreal pop art. Case in point: His fattened-up Ronald McDonald was featured in Morgan Spurlock’s fast-food documentary, “Super Size Me.” 
Source: Excerpt. Written by Kiri Tannenbaum for delish.com’s “Food in the News” blog. View the full article here.

robotheartrecipes:

Ron English Cereal Art Sends a Message—Venice, CA

If you live in the Los Angeles area and happen to be perusing the cereal aisle at the Venice location of mega-supermarket Ralph’s, you may find yourself confused. Gawker reports the manufacturer’s boxes have been replaced with contemporary artist Ron English’s “popaganda.”

The packages have been rebranded, giving their names and slogans a satirical twist: “Sugar Frosted Fat,” “Fruit Looped,” and “Sugar Diabetic Bear.” The controversial artist is famous for hijacking and twisting pop culture icons and advertising brands for his surreal pop art. Case in point: His fattened-up Ronald McDonald was featured in Morgan Spurlock’s fast-food documentary, “Super Size Me.”

Source: Excerpt. Written by Kiri Tannenbaum for delish.com’s “Food in the News” blog. View the full article here.

July 22, 2011
skeppsbrutna: Just finished reading ”Real Food: What to Eat and Why” by Nina...

skeppsbrutna:

Just finished reading ”Real Food: What to Eat and Why” by Nina Planck.

This book have been an eye-opener. I do not agree with everything she says, but all and all it’s just the most sane-minded approach to food I’ve read in quite some time. She’s a great advocate for home grown, local and…

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July 22, 2011
Your Nutritionista: Make These Now: Crispy Parmesan Squashed Potatoes

nutritionista:

Okay, I know these aren’t really a SNACK. But I made them on a whim not as part of a meal, so they were sort of a snack for me.

But seriously? These potatoes taste like BUTTER. Delicately crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside, with that slightly salty, slightly tangy…

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August 6, 2010
Make Dinner in 15 Minutes with Stuff You Already Have

nutritionista:

I’m in love with this new tool from Real Simple. You just pick a main ingredient (from veggies, beef/pork, pasta/rice/grains/cheese, fish/shellfish, or a surprise), pick a type of dish (5 ingredients or less, soups/salads, no-cook, breakfast for dinner, sandwiches, or a surprise), and then get some recipe options!

I picked fish and 5 ingredients or less and got these options:

Real Simple never ceases to amaze me with their simple, taste-tastic recipes! Go ahead, try it for yourself.

July 25, 2010
Mom Beats the System – Kid is Happy & Eats Healthy | Fooducate

July 24, 2010
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July 3, 2010
How Long Will Food Last in the Freezer? | Real Simple

June 27, 2010

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June 22, 2010
Robot Heart Recipes: Sweet Tooth: Chewy Flourless Chocolate Cookies

My mom made these cookies for dessert to go with my “Father’s Day Fiesta” dinner. She stuck to the recipe’s advice and splurged on a higher quality Dutch cocoa made with alkali. The result was a decadent chocolate flavor. Since Poppa has been avoiding nuts lately, she omitted them, swapping…

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June 21, 2010

Two pizzas from Il Vicino

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