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Jeremy Cherfas

Saturday night special.

Saturday night special.

Saturday night special.

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

In light of @kitchenbee quoting @bittman ‘You will hear, “The food system is broken”. But the truth is that it works almost perfectly for Big Food.' dont get your hopes up for the UN Food Summit.

https://genevasolutions.news/climate/human-rights-overshadowed-by-big-business-in-un-food-summit-say...

Jeremy Cherfas

Labour saving tip: if you’re roasting veggies in the oven, don’t bother getting a frying pan dirty for an egg

Labour saving tip: if you’re roasting veggies in the oven, don’t bother getting a frying pan dirty for an egg

Labour saving tip: if you’re roasting veggies in the oven, don’t bother getting a frying pan dirty for an egg. Five mins is plenty.

Jeremy Cherfas

This deserves mention. An industry-funded study that doesn't entirely find what the industry would like. Whole grain oat flakes reduce blood glucose and insulin responses, but thin or instant oats do not. Funded by PepsiCo, owner of Quaker Oats.

https://www.foodpolitics.com/2021/02/industry-funded-study-of-the-week-a-rare-exception-to-the-rule/

Jeremy Cherfas

TIL “people believed an ice cream named “Frosh” was creamier than an ice cream called “Frish”. Makes me wonder whether whiff might be a better name than Cornish Sole.

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Jeremy Cherfas

Today’s cultural quickie ™️ to San Lorenzo and Verano and it was a truly glorious morning.

Today’s cultural quickie ™️ to San Lorenzo and Verano and it was a truly glorious morning.

Today’s cultural quickie ™️ to San Lorenzo and Verano and it was a truly glorious morning.

Jeremy Cherfas

Finally got round to @DanSaladinoUK Food Programme about Charles Campion, and what a treat it was. So well put together, and a great picture of the man himself. He will be missed. Thanks Dan.

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Replied to a post on ruk.ca :

Peter Rukavina asks: "What category of Judaism would you self-identify with?"

And I can think only of Jonathan Miller's "Jew ... ish", which appears to be a line from the original Beyond the Fringe.