Friday, September 30, 2016

Hello, Fall: The Best Wines, Spirits & Beers for the Season πŸ·πŸΊπŸΈ

Get the latest news on the world's best wines, beers and spirits with GAYOT's Quarterly Wine Newsletter. 
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QUARTERLY WINE NEWSLETTER 2016

The Best Restaurant Wine Lists

Wine and dine at restaurants across America that have spent years (decades, even) curating the most impressive wine lists. 

 

Top 10 IPAs

From American-style hop monsters to lighter versions sweetened with malt or fruit, GAYOT has uncovered the best India Pale Ales.
 

Top 10 Bourbons

Get into the spirit this fall with top-rated bourbons that range from the least expensive offerings to the priciest bottles.
 

The World's Most Incredible Wine Spas

Who says you can only drink wine? Enjoy the many benefits of vino with grape seed peels in Italy, barrel bath soaks in Spain and other treatments to "wine" down.


 
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What’s The Most Important Food Festival

What’s The Most Important Food Festival, Marketing to Kids, Chipotle’s Recovery, Election-Themed Products, Tabatchnick Benje's Naturals Tomato Basil is MY PICK OF THE WEEK!

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September 30, 2016
 
 
 

MAD is the Danish word for food and is a not-for-profit organization that aims to spread ideas, forge new relationships, discuss injustices and update – in real time – the global playbook for an ethical, sustainable food culture, according to a report in the NY Times.

The way it works is you have to apply to be a participant. This year there were over 1,500 applications – but only 350 made the cut, and they represented 43 countries.

On August 28 & 29, they went by canal boat to an undeveloped peninsula jutting between the Baltic Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Their mission was to answer two questions:

 
lost in the supermarket
Marketing to Kids, Chipotle’s Recovery, Election-Themed Products
This week we talk about how kids networks are still over advertising junk food to children, Chipotle’s recovery strategy with a free music festival, dining trends and gluten free options, and what kind of crazy election-themed products are out there. 

Check out Lost in the Supermarket, a weekly podcast with Phil Lempert and Sally Smithwick, where we discuss the latest controversies in food news! 

Available for free on iTunes or Stitcher.

quick poll
Would you eat insects?
Insects have been hailed as the sustainable protein source of the future. Although they are common food sources in other places around the world, US food companies are just getting into the business. Ounce for ounce, insects are more nutritious than beef, with more protein, magnesium and even more iron. SupermarketGuru wants to know if you are ready for insects as an ingredient in your food.
Phil's food reviews
Tabatchnick Benje's Naturals Tomato Basil is MY PICK OF THE WEEK!
I've always been a fan of Tabatchnick's frozen soups, and this new line - named after Benje, who now runs the business, is a line of organic non-gmo soups. The dairy-free, gluten-free tomato basil has a terrific aroma and is delicious with actual pieces of tomato and other vegetables that are full of flavor. Watch my full review. 
recent stories
In case you missed this...
How We Can Find The Next Great Food Product: The rules have changed. Gone are the days that big food would set up super product development departments and churn out hundreds upon hundreds of new foods to present internally to brand managers, sales folks and CEOs. Some passed the tests and made it to market. But too often even those failed. The odds for success are unfavorable. Out of an estimates 15,000 new food and beverages introduced each year far less than 10 percent actually make it to the shelves.

What Do You Think Healthy Means?FDA wants to hear from you and has started a public process to redefine the “healthy” nutrient content claim for food labeling. Redefining “healthy” is part of an overall plan to provide consumers with information and tools to enable them to easily and quickly make food choices consistent with public health recommendations and to encourage the development of healthier foods by the industry. 

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What If Puberty Never Came?

​Welcome To What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: What it's like to be a late, late, late bloomer, the iPhone 6 Plus' "touchscreen disease" is real and why you should never, ever, share earbuds.
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GROWING PAINS
WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK
It's Possible To Miss Puberty, And Other Facts
digg.com
​Welcome To What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: What it's like to be a late, late, late bloomer, the iPhone 6 Plus' "touchscreen disease" is real and why you should never, ever, share earbuds.
GIVE YOUR UNDIES THE SHAFT
Do I Have To Wear Underwear?
gq.com
I am about to be a real killjoy, so sorry about that, but any alleged history of people going without underwear is false and paltry.
THEY'VE GOT ALGORHYTHM
Some Like It Bot
fivethirtyeight.com
Algorithms are getting better at entertaining us.
WINE WE DIGG | SPONSORED
Wine By The Glass Delivered To Your Door? We'll Drink To That
getvinebox.com
A new take on the wine club, VINEBOX sends it by the glass. They've already sold out twice, don't miss it. Here's $10 to get started.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
WHAT'S EATING US?
Will The Next Pandemic Come From... Bushmeat?
digg.com
Bushmeat, from wild animals captured for food, is a staple in parts of Africa and a delicacy in Europe and beyond. And it could be the source of the next major infectious disease.
RICH FLAVORS
Can Money Buy You The Perfect Diet?
motherboard.vice.com
The website, splashy and white, promised locally sourced, plant-based meals, and it cost $420 for five days, about four times as much as I spend on my weekly meals. It was clear to me that I wasn't just subscribing to a food service, I was signing up for a lifestyle, an aesthetic.
EATING SHOULDN'T BE SEAMLESS
Don't Order Delivery
eater.com
The unspoken costs of getting another human being to bring food from a faraway restaurant directly to your couch
FOR RICHER, FOR POORER
THE OTHER COLOR OF MONEY
Why Do Brides Wear White?
priceonomics.com
The white gown is synonymous with weddings, a custom that's often assumed to be a nod to old-school values of purity and chastity, as embodied by the virginal bride. But in reality, the rise of the white dress is less a story of religious influence or puritanical mores than it is a tale of economics and marketing.
ASHOLES
The Real Cost Of Asos's Fast Fashion
buzzfeed.com
The heart of the online retailer's global empire is a giant warehouse in the north of England where workers say they are treated like machines to get your order to you wherever you are in the world.
WE CAN'T HANDLE IT
Honestly, Why Do Clutches Even Exist?
racked.com
A bag that carries three or four of the twenty plus things you need.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
DOES THAT EVEN COUNT AS A COURSE?
Mountain Biker Rips Through Absolutely Insane Course
digg.com
We would be screaming the whole way down, but the most Bernhard Kerr does is breathe a little bit heavily.
IN THE NEWS
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Shimon Peres Funeral Brings Together Allies And Rivals In Mourning
CDC Urges Americans To Get A Flu Shot As Soon As Possible
Sept 11 Families Can Now Sue The Saudis But Will It Matter?
Hoboken Crash Reignites Debate Over Positive Train Control
Have a fun weekend and all but, please, lay off the  bushmeat.