Boy does the internet like a list. And boy, does the foodie internet love a food list. Here’s a round-up of recent food-related lists that caught our attention.
at The Kitchn, 10 Ways To Use Up A Gallon Of Milk
at Sally’s Baking Addiction, 35 Easter and Springtime Recipes
at Food Network, 5 Ways To Eat More Alterna-Grains
at Food Republic, 31 Ways Coffee Is Made Around The World
at Food52, 12 Eats For Easter
at HuffPost Taste, The 22 Most Hipster Foods On The Planet
at Serious Eats, 5 Colonial-Era Drinks You Should Know
Our daily morning roundup of food-related fare from around the web.
This morning we were conducting a little Bourdain-related research, because that’s how we do at Food Republic, and it came to our attention that ALL of the Season 1 and 2 episodes of Parts Unknown are currently streaming on Netflix.
Today, National Geographic launched NatGeoFood.com, a food-focused Web portal. The new site will include digital-only features, such as animated motion graphics, videos, food facts of the day, and news stories.
That’s why we were so thrilled to discover the new donut app, appropriately called Doughbot, because it helps us find exactly where the nearest donut can be found at any time.
Guys, we never have to go without donuts ever again. PHEW.
Coca-Cola sold less soda globally through the first three months of 2014 than it did a year earlier. It’s the first time that’s happened since 1999—or, in other words, in roughly 60 quarters. Coke’s soda pop sales dipped by 1% in the US, which at this point has become a virtual expectation (to the delight of public health advocates, who say this trend contributed to a drop in child obesity rates).