food

In Defense Of Iceberg Lettuce

Sunde White Illustrates her essay about iceberg lettuce

A bunch of snobs have been talking trash about Iceberg lettuce lately and I’m here to talk trash back.  They write about how tasteless it is, a throwback to the fifties, when no one knew what good food was.  “It’s so American!!!  So old fashioned, a throw back!!” they proclaim. It’s tasteless?  No lettuce is […]

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Let’s Quarantine With Falafels!

Sunde White from Sunde White Industries illustrates her falafel recipe!

I’ve been so psyched to have my veggie burger recipe (http://www.sundewhiteindustries.com/delicious-veggie-burger-recipe/) through this Shelter in Place world pandemic because it seems like it’s kind of difficult to get meat right now and because we’ve been enjoying our veggie burgers so much, I haven’t even worried about obtaining any meat. So I started to think about […]

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Remembering Typhoid “I don’t wash my hands” Mary

Sunde White illustrates her essay about Typhoid Mary

Since I’ve been in quarantine I have thought a lot about the gross and tragic story of Typhoid Mary.  She was the first person identified as an asymptomatic carrier of Typhoid Fever in the early 1900’s, a disease that causes fever, weakness, abdominal pain, a rash and sometimes death.  A vaccine was created in the […]

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Delicious Veggie Burger Recipe!

I pretty much only eat sandwiches and lately I just haven’t really felt like eating meat so I got inspired to make a veggie burger that would leave me feeling satiated and is also really tasty and holds together well. Salting each element to your taste is really important to the overall flavor of the […]

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The Importance of Shredded Lettuce

I hate lettuce on sandwiches and hamburgers because it is always applied wrong.  When done wrong lettuce is a second thought put on in the rush of burger and sandwich making.  “For the crunch.”  People mumble to themselves as they stick a leaf of limp, veiny,  green, solidified watery vegetable onto the mayonnaise of their […]

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Frozen Elvis! Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter and Banana Treat!

I’ve been really into frozen treats lately so I thought I’d invent a delicious easy one for summer.  Introducing the  Frozen Elvis!  A chocolate covered peanut butter and banana frozen treat.  Here’s what you’ll need. Ingredients: Peanut Butter 2 Bananas cut in half width wise ************** 1 Cup Chocolate Chips 2 tbsp salted butter 2 […]

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The History of The Popsicle: An invetsigative report

Supposedly the Popsicle was invented in Oakland by an 11 year old named Frank Epperson in 1905.  The story goes that he accidentally invented them by mixing sugary soda powder with water and then accidentally put sticks in them and then accidentally left them outside and then they accidentally froze over night.  Then he went […]

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Scones!

So I spent all winter, recovering from one cold or another, hugging my heater and watching The Great British Bake Off on Netflix.  Oh my gosh, this show!  So soothing and relaxing, so British!  The contestants win nothing but a glass cake plate and some flowers but they weep when they win.  And the other […]

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