Weekend Reading: Liver Sausage Pineapple, Printable Candy, and More
What we’re reading, cooking, and clicking this week
BuzzFeed's list of upsetting vintage recipes is full of gems like "Liver Sausage Pineapple," a horrific blob of mayonnaise-frosted liverwurst masquerading as a pineapple. It makes me want to cry. —Tejal Rao
In the Indian city of Bangalore, home cook Um Omar's Saudi cooking draws over 60 hungry Arab study-abroad students every day: A heartwarming reminder of the comfort and sense of community that a shared meal can offer. —Felicia Campbell
I hadn't realized that it ever went away, but according to the L.A. Times, butter is back: Consumption's gone up as health-conscious shoppers are avoiding heavily-processed alternatives. —Helen Rosner
Wine and food pairings are out, marijuana and sushi pairings are in. Legalized recreational use of weed in Colorado most likely means those restaurants offering said pairings will see a rise in their food profits. —Farideh Sadeghin
ChefJet Pro, a 3D printer that prints edible chocolate or sugar forms debuted this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. $10,000 may be too much to drop on a machine that prints on-demand candy, but the shapes and patterns that it can create are out-of-this-world gorgeous. —Karen Shimizu
Did you know that Americans eat more than 70% of the global canned soup supply? Now you do. —Judy Haubert
We knew the boxed lunches at Sally Bell's Kitchen in Richmond, Virginia, #58 on our 2014 SAVEUR 100 list, had some devoted fans; this charming video about the popular lunch spot shows why. —Laura Sant
Bottle of wine and no corkscrew? No problem. Here's what to do. —Betsy Andrews
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