Food Facts & Lore, Monday Magazine

This Week in Food History – 08/14/2017

Where were we? Ah yes, we started telling you about the great food articles resources we love to turn to for this Monday, Food Holidays series. The Kitchen Project is the next one we’d like to tell you about. Does the name “Alan Parsons Project” ring a bell? Stephen Block, the author of the website,… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 08/14/2017

Food Facts & Lore, Monday Magazine

The Monday Mag – Mar 30, 2015

In This Edition Of Our New Weekly Magazine: - Thank Sigmund Freud's Nephew For Bacon - Did You Know You Can Put This On Your Face? - How Bread Changes Everything Our Favorite Quote Of The Week - "Language is the means of getting an idea from my brain into yours without surgery." - Mark Amidon… Continue reading The Monday Mag – Mar 30, 2015

Food Facts & Lore

Pickles – Part 1 – Fruit Of The Vine

Americans consume over nine pounds of pickles per year. That's over 26-billion pickles. Earlier today, on our Facebook page, we mentioned bacon... again. Turns out bacon lovers typically love pickles too, so let's talk about that. According to the U.S. Supreme Court, pickles are technically a “fruit of the vine,” because they have seeds, but… Continue reading Pickles – Part 1 – Fruit Of The Vine