Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Reading Round Up: Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Edition

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What Happens to the Coke in Coca-Cola?

Greener times bring soap sprays back into fashion for gardeners battling pests

Stop Ripping Up Your Lawn To Grow Veggies

How One Man’s Invention Changed Food Access World-Wide

McDonald's To Debut The McBaguette In France

The 2 Million SHU Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper Is the World’s Hottest

Keyhole Gardening: Unlocking the secrets of drought-hardy gardens

Human Superbug Started On Farms

Rooftop farms looking to expand in Queens and Brooklyn

Simulated Mars Base Will Help Future Menu Planners Pack the Interplanetary Pantry

Changing the Way We Eat: Thinking of Soil as More Than Just “Dirt”

Woman Has Eaten Nothing but Pizza for the Last 31 Years

Why We Must Occupy Our Food Supply

Much to Savor, and Worry About, Amid Mild Winter’s Early Blooms

The Most Sweeping Anti-Cruelty Policy in the Food Service Industry

The Grocery Store of the Future?

The Subway Falafel Sandwich and the Americanization of Ethnic Food

Help Girls Move From Gangs To Urban Farming In LA

Scan Your Food For Bacteria With Your Cell Phone

Chicago's Navy Pier may get a futuristic redesign for its centennial anniversary

Pizza to sprout from school gardens

How to Share a Vegetable Garden

Why Astronauts Crave Tabasco Sauce

Your Friendly Neighborhood Indoor Mushroom Farm

Living Off the Land in Maine, Even in Winter

To Fight World Hunger, the Secret Ingredient Could Be Bugs

Urban Farming a Boon for African-Americans

Smartphone app gives instant advice to rice farmers

Using Produce Carts and Ingenuity to Make Food Deserts Bloom

Nutrition: Dessert at Breakfast May Help Dieters

Panda Express Takes Sweet And Sour Beyond The Food Court

Michael Olsen talks with John Jeavons – 40 years experience in small-scale farming

Plants generated from 32,000-year-old fruit

A ‘gardening geek’ helps grow plants instead of money

Gardening: Pull a swiftie on pests

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