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In the age of Chipotle, food poisoning is becoming a real fear in the minds of eaters, whether they’re dining out or cooking at home. Bill Marler of Marler Clark, a firm dedicated to representing food poisoning victims released a list of food he stays far away from to reduce…More

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In the U.S., there is such thing as “too much cheese” despite what the stereotype dictates. The dairy market in the U.S. is stockpiling their stock of cheese, unable to compete with cheap European prices. Russia banned trade with the EU in response to sanctions placed by them, losing one…More

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Artisan Purveyors

For an artisan purveyor, crafting an awesome product—as difficult as that may be—is the easiest step they’ll make when it comes to rising to foodie stardom. Some especially daring purveyors take to the festival seen, which on it’s surface looks like a party, but carries a hoard of challenges. Laurie…More

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What is your idea of a perfect meal? Al fresco lunch with my wife. What recipe still gives you goosebumps? Chicken and Sausage Gumbo. What cooking personality, living or dead do you most admire? Jacques Pepin. What’s a style of cooking foreign to you that you wish you had down…More

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Artisan Purveyors

For an artisan purveyor, crafting an awesome product—as difficult as that may be—is the easiest step they’ll make when it comes to rising to foodie stardom. Some especially daring purveyors take to the festival seen, which on it’s surface looks like a party, but carries a hoard of challenges. Laurie…More

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Artisan Purveyors

Bread, whether it’s in the form of a sourdough baguette or a brick oven pizza relies on a little beasty that lives all around us. Yeast, a strain of unicellular fungus do one thing: eat carbs and convert them into carbon dioxide and alcohol. That awesome aroma in your pale…More

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Artisan Purveyors

The Oso Pepper Company story starts out at the turn of the century, when a bad garlic harvest left engineer Vincent Verret and his wife Myra no choice but to start planting peppers. The untold bounty of every kind from serano to bell that season became a strain on the…More

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Awesome Products

While you can argue that there’s no such thing as bad ice cream, there are certainly scoops that are on higher echelons than others. When considering high-end frozen dairy, Snoqualmie was on the tip of our tongues recently at Foodie Daily, even if the name doesn’t exactly roll off the…More

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Coffee is the only bean in Christendom you can always count on to give you a much needed jolt of energy on pesky mornings. The coffee plant however, offers even more bounty than once thought possible. Enter Wize Monkey. Partners Max Rivest and Arnaud Petitvallet sought to revitalize and revolutionize…More

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Start proofing yeast and flouring up your rolling pins: home made pizza is about to get tastier than ever. Roccbox, the world’s first portable, lightweight stone bake oven will be making happy campers everywhere into bonafide pizza artisans. The concept, ironed out over a couple years by Tom Gozney, a…More

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    • Ayesha Curry visits Sonoma

      Ayesha Curry, host of the YouTube show “Little Lights of Mine,” was kind enough to visit our office in Sonoma and sit down for an interview. In this segment, she talks about her show, creative cooking, and living a healthy lifestyle.

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      CHEF'D | Seared ahi tuna with miso tahini slaw and spiced charred green beans

      “Searing beautiful sushi-grade ahi tuna is one of my favorite ways to eat fish. The rich flavor of the tuna works really well with bold spices. So here we use a simple combo of BBQ seasonings and sesame seeds to enhance its natural goodness. Paired with an umami rich miso slaw and spicy charred green beans, this Asian inspired dish hits all senses– sweet, spicy, tangy, and savory!”

      -Chef Becky Reams

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      Blue Apron, Chef'd and Global Grub rock the food scene

      We’re surrounded by food. It seems impossible to escape it. If you don’t believe that, count how many coffee cups are in cars in the morning. Starbuck’s in the morning. A grab and go for lunch and then a restaurant, grocery store or left overs fill the evening meal needs. There’s a new game in town, or coming to your town soon: Enter the home delivered recipe box…

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