Top Eater Critic Says UWS Has Best Sandwich in NYC Mike Mishkin June 10, 2021 Food & Drink Eater NY food critic Robert Sietsema has been documenting his favorite city sandwiches in a series of lists featuring hoagies and heroes throughout the boroughs. In his most recent round up, a new Japanese curry and sandwich spot – Curry Mania – … Continue reading Upper West Side has a star with a curry ramen [?] sandwich shop
https://www.unilad.co.uk/food/children-are-much-shorter-and-weaker-when-raised-on-trendy-vegan-diets-study-shows/ Children Are Much Shorter And Weaker When Raised On Trendy Vegan Diets, Study Shows BY : DANIEL RICHARDSON ON : 04 JUN 2021 18:21 Many view veganism as a healthy way to eat, but a study has found that it could impact the growth of children The number of children being raised vegan has increased in recent years. In … Continue reading Vegan diet is bad (and good) for children
I've made a conscious effort to reduce my beef or lamb consumption to about once a month -- for environmental reasons. I've replaced those two mostly with fish, but have also increased my chicken consumption. This writer is suggesting there's a moral component to what you choose to eat as well as the environmental impact. … Continue reading Eating less beef only good if not replaced by more chicken[?]
Links to Instagram and the photos will require that you click thru to the article. https://guestofaguest.com/new-york/food/best-nyc-ice-cream-spots-to-cool-off The Absolute Best Ice Cream Spots In NYCby Christie Grimm · May 20, What would summer in the city be without the occasional scoop and stroll? Cup or cone? Vegan or culinary maximalist? No matter your ice cream persuasion, click through … Continue reading Absolute best ice cream spots in NYC
https://ny.eater.com/2021/5/18/22425326/outdoor-dining-nyc-restaurants-quality-bistro-nami-nori-lucky-mockingbird Why NYC Restaurants Keep Investing in Outdoor Setups Despite the Return of Indoor Dining Owners continue to pour thousands in streetside outdoor dining structures while the program’s future remains in fluxby Erika Adams May 18, 2021, 4:07pm EDT Share this story Share this on Facebook (opens in new window)Share this on Twitter (opens in new window)SHAREAll sharing options … Continue reading Why are NYC restaurants still investing in outdoor seating?
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/apr/25/going-vegan-can-switching-to-a-plant-based-diet-really-save-the-planet? Going vegan: can switching to a plant-based diet really save the planet? If politicians are serious about change, they need to incentivise it, say scientists and writers Research in 2018 showed that without meat and dairy consumption, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75% – an area equivalent to the US, … Continue reading Can moving to a plant-based diet save the world?
"Heated" is always a fascinating newsletter about anything related to climate change. This week the lead story is about the very expensive, extremely well known restaurant Eleven Madison Park's decision. A National Review columnist and various Twitterers went berserk. Ms Atkin asks if it matters and concludes there's a good chance it does. Perhaps this … Continue reading Eleven Madison (NYC restaurant) going meatless — does it matter?
https://www.westsiderag.com/2021/05/05/3-uws-restaurants-honored-as-best-cheap-eats-by-michelin 3 UWS Restaurants Honored as Best Cheap Eats by Michelin Posted on May 5, 2021 at 10:40 am by West Sider The storefront at Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too. Photo by Paul Lowry. Michelin has its fancy-shmancy awards and then its awards recognizing places where the hoi polloi eat. The Bib Gourmand awards are for the regular … Continue reading Three UWS restaurants honored by Michelin as Best Cheap Eats
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/may/01/food-injustice-has-deep-roots-lets-start-with-americas-apple-pie Food injustice has deep roots: let’s start with America’s apple pie From amnesia about apple pie to burger battlefields, author and academic Raj Patel says today’s food justice fights have long, bloody histories The apple pie, once featured in a collection of American symbols, is not as American as we think it is. Photograph: Don … Continue reading Food justice has deep roots — take apple pie, for instance
https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/04/26/biden-climate-beef-ban/ Biden’s climate change plan may not nix cheeseburgers, but science says beef should be on the chopping block A GOP social media frenzy about Biden banning beef has no meat to it, but beef plays significant role in greenhouse gas emissions Steaks and other beef products at a grocery store in McLean, Va. (J. … Continue reading No, Biden’s not banning beef — yes, we should all eat less of it
https://www.eatthis.com/news-study-milk-allergy/ This Food Is Becoming a Bigger Allergy Threat Than Nuts, Data Says Pediatric medical data show this is "the most distressing of the food allergies," as noted by an M.D. BY KRISSY GASBARRE APRIL 18, 2021 Many parents know how seriously American schools have taken nut allergies in recent years. Today, medical experts report there's a new … Continue reading Distressing food allergy (not nuts)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/a36146484/how-to-eat-an-oreo/ The Absolute Best Way to Eat An Oreo, According to Science Calling all twisters, lickers, and dunkers: This is your moment.BY HAYLEY GLATTERAPR 16, 2021 You could be a dunker, a twister, a licker, or a fast snacker who just bites right in: There are as many ways to eat an Oreo as there have … Continue reading The best way to eat Oreos