If you like food and you have a Facebook account, chances are you’ve seen a Buzzfeed Tasty video. Buzzfeed, a digital media company, started their food division, Tasty, just two years ago, and since then Buzzfeed has launched the Tasty takeover.
Marketing for restaurants should be straightforward via social media. Food photography rarely fails to entice hungry audiences. However, some food photography can actually deter potential customers if not following certain guidelines. Here are some key food photography tips for engaging audiences via social media. Continue reading
Is the new food delivery app UberEats the answer to our prayers?
First, Uber drove you around. Next, Uber brought you puppies. Now, Uber is bringing you food. Through the new stand-alone food delivery app UberEats, the popular ride-sharing app will now deliver food around the clock. Continue reading
Are you having trouble deciding what to cook this week? The Epicurious App, one of the best cooking apps, is the perfect app for you.
For anyone in Dallas this summer, here is the newest BBQ restaurant coming to you:
Ten 50 BBQ
A team of researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed a new taste simulator that allows you to sample virtual food. The device consists of a small silver electrode that attaches to the tip of the your tongue. Through slightly shifting the electric currents and altering the temperature of the electrode, almost identical tastes to the natural flavors can be experienced.
Sleek. Sexy. Mysterious. Aesthetic is not a problem for this e-magazine. Designed to “keep you in the know,” the UrbanDaddy Application offers a unique way to search for eateries. Continue reading
For some people, graduating from college is the last step into adulthood. Freedom, your own place, and cooking for yourself. Being a Hispanic I can handle heat, especially in the kitchen. As a small gift to graduating seniors, here are a couple of ‘Authentic Mexican Recipes’. Continue reading
Greek yogurt is just one of the many health food crazes and that’s because it’s crazy good. Don’t let the name fool you; this yogurt is not from Greece. Instead, the word “Greek” describes how the yogurt is made through centuries-old straining technique. Continue reading
Some people love going to restaurants they’ve never been to before and perusing the menu hoping to find a winning entree item. Not me.