Daniel Guzman

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Mario Batali's 12 Greatest Tips For the Home Cook

There's no denying that Mario Batali is an exceptionally talented chef; we've rounded up his greatest tips for the home cook. From essential seasonings to garments (ahem, orange Crocs), read up on what Mario thinks you should know.

Italian Food

Why Airplane Food Is So Bad

A reduced sense of taste in the air makes meals less enjoyable, and innovation is wanting as food has been phased out as an essential part of the airline experience.<p>In the early days of commercial flight, when a transatlantic plane trip could take you 20 hours, there wasn’t much to do but read, …

On Cans

Another transmission from Harold McGee’s Orbital Desk in Outré Space<p>By Harold McGee<p>As a resident of earthquake country, I’ve long maintained a …

Washington State

Frugal Paleo Diet

The <i>Frugal Paleo Cookbook: Affordable, Easy & Delicious Paleo Cooking</i> may sound like it’s for budget-minded housewives, but there’s a lot more going on between the covers.<p>Tired of cookbooks that use obscure ingredients for complicated recipes that take hours to prepare? Yeah, me too. That's why <i>t</i><i>his</i> …

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Did a Major New Investor Just Find the Future of Food Startups?

Get familiar with these new companies, they might just be the future of food. At least, that's the bet that FOOD-X — the "food arm" of start-up focused venture capital and investment management firm SOSVentures — is making.<p>It's potentially a pretty sweet deal for the startups, who get seed money, …

How to Make the Best Tomato Sauce From Fresh Tomatoes

Serious Eats<p>VIDEOS<p>Watch More Videos<p>More<p>Pasta<p>Essential techniques, recipes, and more!<p>Let me get something straight right off the bat here: I'm not sure there's such a thing as "the best" tomato sauce. <i>Whoa, whoa, whoa,</i> I can hear you saying already. <i>First this guy has the nerve to claim he makes the</i> …

All About Eggs

<i>Inspired by conversations on the FOOD52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Regardless of which came first, we've got the 411 on chicken eggs (and beyond).</i><p>It's no secret that we love eggs. We poach them, scramble them, fry them, …

Poverty saps mental capacity to deal with complex tasks, say scientists

Poor people spend so much mental energy on the immediate problems of paying bills and cutting costs that they are left with less capacity to deal with other complex but important tasks, including education, training or managing their time, suggests research published on Thursday.<p>The cognitive …

Do Kids Eat More Veggies When Schools Serve Healthier Lunches?

A look at school lunch data<p>You can build it, but will they eat it? In a new study, the U.S. Department of Agriculture examined whether serving more fruits and veggies in school lunches is actually correlated with kids eating more fruits and veggies at lunchtime.<p>The study is especially relevant …

Poverty can sap brainpower, research shows

Whether you're a New Jersey mall rat or a farmer in India, being poor can sap your smarts. In fact, the mental energy required to make do with scarce resources taxes the brain so much that it can perpetuate the cycle of poverty, new research shows.<p>The findings, published in Friday's edition of the …