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Product Reviews: Cuisinart’s Blend and Cook Soup Maker & Cook Central 3-in-1 Multicooker


We take a look at two of Cuisinart's multifunction devices and ask when the ice cream cum waffle cone maker will arrive. Read More »

Restaurant Review (Singapore): Festive December English Afternoon Tea at L’Espresso

Assortment of canapes

A great place to relax and enjoy an elegant Afternoon Tea. Read More »

GMO-Labeling Debate Heats Up Across U.S.

gmo debate feature

So far, campaign donations seem to be the deciding factor in state votes on whether to require GMO food labeling. Read More »

Restaurant Review (Singapore): Ku Dé Ta

ku de ta pot

Eclectic and pleasurable dishes, a bird's eye view from the 57th floor, and an attentive and helpful staff make this a superb place to meet friends and family for brunch. Read More »

Product Review: Yoplait Go-GURT®


Yoplait has changed its Go-GURT recipe, cutting out high fructose corn syrup and replacing artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners with natural alternatives Read More »

Is Alkaline Water Good for You?

Water Water Everywhere

A number of studies are in progress concerning the benefits of alkaline water, but a great deal of information is already available indicating real health benefits. Read More »

Kitchen Gadget Review: Grilled Cheesus (Oh Yes, It’s Real)


A great gift for those with a healthy sense of humor or someone looking for their workplace White Elephant gift exchange, it also makes a fine grilled cheese sandwich. Read More »

A Brief History of Japanese Tea

Japanese Green Tea

Japanese tea, like Japanese culture, is unlike anything else in the world. It draws on more than 5,000 years of history, but was only truly refined into the art it is today in the last 400 years. Read More »

General Mills’ Monster Cereals: A Brief History and Taste Test

Retro Boxes

Like poltergeists and Terminator model 101, “They’re back!” In 1971, the cereal geniuses at General Mills determined that what people really want for breakfast is monsters. Count Chocula appeared alongside Franken Berry, and they would forever become a part of the American popular landscape. The cereals themselves were solid creations with flavors based on chocolate and strawberry complete with marshmallow ... Read More »

Recipe: French Chocolate Sorbet

Chocolate sorbet

This version of chocolate sorbet comes from Le Zinc French Bistro in San Francisco. Read More »