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Marnie Shure
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Marnie Shure is editor in chief of The Takeout.
Jan 18
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There haven’t been as many studies of the carbon footprint of fake meat (which makes sense, since beef has been around a lot longer!). Also, the scale of fake meat operations hasn’t yet reached the level of factory farming, and some scholars point out that the manufacturers of plant-based meat are making claims about Read more

Jan 14
1

We do have a recipe for tavern-style dough, if that’s not too thin: https://thetakeout.com/homemade-chicago-style-thin-crust-tavern-pizza-a-love-1844549899

Jan 12
1

They do! Those spin in a pattern that forces food to move to the perimeter of the chamber so that it can get ground up by the serrated cylinder. There’s a good illustration here:

Jan 12
1

Hear hear! For now, the closest thing we’ve had to cat ice cream is when associate editor Aimee Levitt served her cat a fishy Thanksgiving feast: https://www.riverfronttimes.com/foodblog/2008/11/25/cooking-for-your-cat-thanksgiving-feast

Jan 12
4

Joey Clift wrote about his experience on the podcast in a thoughtful essay: https://www.avclub.com/i-celebrated-native-american-heritage-month-by-ruining-1840152081

Jan 11
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You know, it’s funny, I never used the disposal growing up, either, but I’ve gotten into the habit of using it for the last several years, since my husband (who does all the cooking) throws a bunch of food scraps in there. Now, after reading up on disposals for this article, I’m thinking I might try to kick the habit. Read more

Jan 11
3

Not quite! There aren’t blades, strictly speaking. It’s a serrated cylindrical chamber and the food gets pushed in a circle around the edges in order to reduce it to small pieces. And while horror movies do show some nasty things happening down sink drains, I believe that most models are designed to auto-shutoff if Read more

Jan 11
4

If you think fried chicken sandwiches are illogical, you’re not going to be happy about the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich.

Jan 8
1

Isn’t it surprising that more countries don’t have their own version of a TimTam? They’re great, and it seems like there’d be a thousand knockoffs, and yet...

Jan 8
6

McDonald’s is releasing three new chicken sandwiches on February 24. Maybe these rankings will change?

Jan 7
4

No, but that sounds awesome. If you try it, let me know your thoughts! And yes, I think that if KFC is more convenient than Popeye’s, you are golden. The extra hassle to get to Popeye’s isn’t proportional to how much better that sandwich is, you know?

Jan 6
1

I believe the oatmilk is still only available regionally until this spring, when it will roll out nationwide

Jan 5
1

“I don’t need anything new” was an unexpected response, but I really love this vibe and I hope to carry it into 2021

Jan 4
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Do you think it might be the texture of the beef itself? I know that this is an element that can trip some people up. You mentioned that it’s the seasoning, but maybe it’s the fact of its flavor, plus the odd shredded quality of the meat. Just a theory!

Dec 18
3

Not all of Wright’s hot dogs are vegan; he just has a dedicated vegan section on the menu, which is what PETA included in its “Best Vegan Hot Dogs” list. The FIRE Storm is part of the Beef section of the menu.