Häagen-Dazs Has Alcohol-Infused Ice Cream, But There’s A Catch — Grocery News

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In the last couple years, alcohol has been infused into just about every food imaginable (besides broccoli, I'm imagining). One of the most popular ways to get tipsy and eat, however, is probably with ice cream. Boutique establishments sell booze-infused ice cream for times when you need to cool down and get a little tipsy too, and there's also a ton of recipes out there for you to make your own boozy concoctions (thanks, Pinterest).

If you have yet to try this trendy combination, you're in luck. There is about to be alcohol ice cream at a frozen foods aisle near you, depending on where you live.


These Golden Bananas Can Change the Lives Of Hundreds Of Thousands Of Children — Food News

Vitamin A deficiency is a worldwide public health problem that especially impacts nations in Africa and Southeast Asia — it's been estimated that anywhere from 650,000 to 750,000 kids around the world suffer from a deficit of vitamin A. According to the World Health Organization, a shortage of vitamin A is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children and increases the odds of disease and death by severe infection.

To curb the global epidemic, researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have created super-food bananas that are rich in vitamin A.


Should Supermarket Receipts Contain Calorie Information? — Food News

Imagine a world where you're grabbing ingredients from your grocery store and the receipt outs your habits by printing the nutritional profile of your entire shopping cart. Would you feel proud? Embarrassed? Maybe shocked? Well those feelings could soon become a reality. A new proposal by academics at Birmingham City University says that shoppers should get details they may not want to confront in their receipts: calories, sugars, fats and salts. Aside from potentially food-shaming consumers, it's not exactly guaranteed to be as reflective of food habits as one may think.


20 Farmers Market Salads to Make for Dinner Tonight — Recipes from The Kitchn

Every time I hit the farmers market and load up on produce galore, the first thing I always crave is a big salad. I want to enjoy those veggies at their absolute freshest, and a salad always feels like the best way to achieve this since it's simple, satisfying, and really showcases the vegetables. Here are 20 salad recipes that are perfect for summer suppers.


5 Things the French Taught Us About Cooking and Eating — Bastille Day

If you've ever been lucky enough to take a trip to France or even if you've just popped into a local French bakery in your neighborhood, you know that the French eat incredibly well. So if there is ever a culture we'd like to learn from in terms of how to cook and eat, it's the French. Here are just five of many things they've taught us about the pleasures of cooking and eating.


How To Make Easy Creamy Peanut Sauce — Saucy Summer Recipes

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My first restaurant job was at a little lunch cafe famous for its giant cookies, towering hummus sandwiches, and cold peanut noodles. This husband-and-wife-run neighborhood joint was regularly filled with young professionals slurping cold, spicy soba noodles from plastic clamshell containers. While the owners were always generous with recipes — they gave me a notebook of their cookie recipes when I left that job to attend culinary school — they would not share the secrets to their peanut sauce.

I have spent many years, and many jars of peanut butter, trying to replicate that well-loved sauce. All those trials and errors have led me to this recipe. I can definitively say the recipe here is the easiest, creamiest, most versatile peanut sauce you can make from pantry staples. There are a few surprising things you learn during the search for a really good peanut sauce, all of which I'm sharing with you now!


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