Food In The News: Pasta, An Apple and HFCS
Pasta experiment - New York Times writer attempts to save water and energy by boiling pasta with less water than the 4-6 quarts advised.
Doing something about HFCS – Pepsi, Mountain Dew and Snapple remove high fructose corn syrup from their formulas to respond to concerns over the ingredient.
An apple’s 200th birthday – The Bramley variety of apple turns 200 this year and is still being used in many apple recipes throughout the world.
Splitting Soars – Restauranteurs have noticed a surge in their customers splitting entrees or appetizers with their dining companions to save money.