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Pine Mouth Confuses Scientists Too, and More News


In today's Media Mix, chicken ups its ick factor, plus Brits get miffed by names at Starbucks

Arthur Bovino

Media Mix

The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.

Bad News, Scientists Confused by Pine Mouth: Scientists have been trying to uncover the reason behind pine mouth, the occasional but annoying bitter aftertaste of pine nuts. Bad news: they haven't figured out the exact cause yet. [NPR/The Salt]

Chicken May Cause Urinary Tract Infections: The CDC found that strains of UTI-causing E. coli may have come from contaminated chicken, and they're getting more resistant to antibiotics. Yeesh. [Atlantic]

North Korea May Not Get Food Aid: Last Friday, North Korea announced its plans to launch a satellite into space come April; the U.S. government is obviously unhappy and rumor is they may hold off on providing food aid. [Fox News]

U.K. Starbucks Starts Writing Names: Starbucks across the U.K. are now asking customers for their names, saying, "We've all become user names, reference numbers, and IP addresses." Some customers aren't too happy about it, and the baristas better be careful lest a Chick-fil-A-esque scandal pops up. [MSN]

Brooklyn Water Now on Sale: Brooklyn-branded water (or rather, just New York City tap water with a label), is going ahead with its sale despite the ongoing lawsuit. [Grub Street]


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


Pine Nut Brittle

This pine nut brittle is made with sugar, butter, honey, and pine nuts or pinons. It’s a candied holiday nosh that’s so easy and irresistible, it topped our list of holiday noshes to make for gifts and to make disappear all on our own. And it takes just 30 minutes to make.

Adapted from Annie Rigg | Sweet Things | Kyle Books, 2014

This pine nut brittle is perhaps the ultimate sweet, salty, crunchy holiday indulgence. And it comes together in just 30 minutes, which makes it quite practical to toss together, especially if, like us, you get a little carried away with sampling and find yourself needing to make another batch (or three) pronto. Actually, you may just want to start with several batches right away seeing as it disappears so darn quickly, whether you set it out on the counter or fancy it up with cellophane bags and ribbon as a gift. It’s also endlessly customizable with whatever nuts and seeds you happen to have on hand. –Angie Zoobkoff


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