What do we have here? Opportunity for both whale prosperity and human fatness. Check it out: https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/1040671952594190340 I mean, isn't it obvious? Cultured meat has great potential; satisfying people who want to eat endangered animals is only a small, small part of that. I have posted about it here before. And I've written several stories... Continue Reading →
To begin let me clear up some ambiguity in the title: this is about making small schnitzel, not about how to make schnitzel out of babies. If you're here for the latter, I'm sorry you have to leave disappointed. So: I discovered today why my mom and grandma always made these little bitty schnitzel barely big enough... Continue Reading →
https://twitter.com/sabartonwrites/status/902668425876709376 Not today. Probably not this century. In the next, I'd be shocked if it didn't start happening. Outdoor farms in their sprawling plant-filled glory will one day be extinct in most "developed" countries and will be a marker of terrible, desperate poverty. There are already experiments in urban and/or indoor farming. Experiments and practical... Continue Reading →
...as to whether or not he digs his new digs. We humans, though, ARE sure. This is a definite improvement! I've been silent here for a while. We've been moving. Goodbye 1968 sub-single-wide trailer home with slowly collapsing floors and significant amounts of black mold. Hello 2nd floor apartment with balconies in a 100+ year... Continue Reading →
https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/988530962979065860 I mean, seriously. How ignorant and/or priggish do you have to be? Also, sweet potato pie is almost as regional as jambalaya. Maybe this isn't about "froo-froo" food, but about Erick's prejudices and his desire to pronounce anything that isn't familiar and comforting to him "wrong." What a cringing prick.
https://twitter.com/sabartonwrites/status/971648302784577536?s=19 https://twitter.com/sabartonwrites/status/971648947210113025?s=19 Food printing right now is limited to stuff like pasta and candy. Simple stuff with few ingredients. But imagine a day when it's quick and simple to print a burger or pizza or steak. I don't know that day will come -- it's difficult to imagine the incredible advances it would take to... Continue Reading →
These were born of "I have no idea what to cook for breakfast" and "leftovers are overrunning the fridge." I'm sorry to say I have no well-defined recipe to offer because I winged that mother. I had cooked rice, so I tossed a few handfuls of rice in the bowl. Leftover pork chop, so I... Continue Reading →