Reading the plethora of fun food news each week is just one of the perks of editing Food Dive. From ugly produce to a "Mobile Mistletoe" drone, below are some interesting reads from the past five days.
Officials from the Belgian government are looking to get the United Nations' Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) endorsement for potato fries – that's right, they want this food to be officially considered a piece of the country’s heritage.
Among Modern Farmer's donkey coverage this week is an article about the possibility of some donkeys' fondness for beer. Donkeys could in theory get drunk, though they may have to pack in some extra drinks compared to humans.
For all you beer and chocolate lovers out there, here's something with your name on it: a recipe for beer pop-tarts with pistachios and Nutella.
Well, you can't make this stuff up. A "Mobile Mistletoe" drone managed to hit a photographer and break off a portion of her nose at a TGI Friday's. Journalists, beware.
The European Union’s call for 2014 as "the Year Against Food Waste" apparently sparked a bit of a revolution, starting with a supermarket in France.