Friday, April 15, 2011

Small Bites

- Chef Jose Andres thinks big when it comes to using food to change the world.

- One underground dinner club in Washington, D.C., requires you to answer a series of questions in order to get an invitation — the better to create smart, meaningful dinner dialogues.

- Coffee addicts may be able to blame it on genetics.

- OpenTable allows you to make reservations online, but when diners redeem points for a reward, it is still sent in the form of a check in the mail. Why doesn't it have a more modern system for redemption?

- Meal Snap is a new app that provides estimated calorie counts from a photograph. This review says it's handy but not without some flaws.

- One Slate writer has had enough of reading about other people's experiences of eating at El Bulli.

- Eating based on your emotional state might not be such a bad idea after all.

- Farmers markets are segueing to underground food raves.

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