Recently, Best Food Facts recieved a question asking "Is it better for you to eat a rare/medium-rare or well-done hamburger? Are you losing nutrition content when the burger is well-done?” We reached out to Dr. John Comerford, who is an associate professor at Penn State University, to help us answer these questions.
Meet cupcake blogger Aimee from Shugary Sweets. She is a mother to four children and two dogs and has an awesome husband. She enjoys spending time in her kitchen and cooking something sweet.
Recently, a Best Food Facts reader asked about her concern of red meat, and if it can be unhealthy for you. We reached out to Dr. Ruth MacDonald, Chair of Food Science Department at Iowa State University, to talk to us about red meat.
Meet Kelly from Kelly Bakes! She is a short, sweet, bacon fiend with two English degrees and two Kitchenaid mixers. Her heart has always been split with words and food, and her blog was a way to fix that!
Meet Julianne from Beyond Frosting. She fell in love with baking at an early age, and hasn't been able to stop. She also enjoys snowbording on the mountain and traveling.
Meet Cupcake Mastermind - Katrina from In Katrina's Kitchen. She's a wife and a mom in a house full of boys who like to eat. She and her husband are having a blast raising their two little boys. Contrary to what you may think, they don’t eat dessert every day, but they do like to indulge from time to time.
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Want to have your cake and eat it, too? Enter our C is for Cake sweepstakes! One lucky cake lover will win a $200 gift certificate from a local bakery. That’ll buy a lot of cake! Also, check out our ABCs of Food post - "C" is for Cake ... and Cupcakes!
A glance at the ingredients label on a package of cured meat like ham or hotdogs probably lists sodium nitrite. This common preservative helps meats retain their color and also helps keep bacteria to a minimum. Recently, Best Food Facts received a reader question asking about a link between sodium nitrites in processed meats and cancer.
Take our latest poll! From where do you get most of your protein?
Recently, Best Food Facts received a reader question asking, “Does drinking milk and using other dairy products tend to cause allergies in children?” We reached out to Dr. Stephen Taylor, Professor of Food Science and Technology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
When asked about summertime foods, many people conjure up the sound, scent and taste of a hearty steak on the grill. But beef isn't without its controversy. Whether hormones, grass-fed versus grain-fed or Meatless Mondays, there are many questions to be answered. Get the facts, meet a cattle farmer and try some new tasty beef dishes from an amazing food blogger!
Take our latest poll! What is your favorite food to grill?
For most, Memorial Day Weekend officially kicks off summer grilling season! Perhaps you're stocking up on charcoal and filling propane tanks to prepare for another great season of cooking out. But don't forget about food safety. Here are a few tips to keep your food safe, from the USDA's Grill it Safe program.
A new Consumer Reports study says that more than 90 percent of the packages of ground turkey they purchased nationwide contained one or more of the five bacteria for which they were testing. Consumer Reports adds that almost all of the organisms in the meat samples proved resistant to one or more of the antibiotics used to fight them.