Sorry, everybody, but kale and avocado aren’t going to cut it any longer, and coconut and quinoa have gotten pretty stale. Here are the upcoming crazes you’re sure to see in supermarkets this 2016. 1. Chia Seeds Pumpkin seeds are so last year. Flax? You’ve got to be kidding me. Chia seeds have since become the … Continue reading 8 Superfoods You’re Sure to See in 2016
As anyone who’s ever met a toddler can attest: children are in tune with their likes and dislikes in a very, shall we say, primal fashion. While it may be best that we all grow past this point in our lives, there is wisdom in letting your inner toddler decide on what you eat. As the mother of a … Continue reading Feeding Your Inner Toddler
Working at a startup, I need to be sure I’m making the most of my time. Failing efficiency means missed opportunity, and there’s only so many hours a day to get things done. As such, I’m always on the lookout for tools to help increase my productivity. Listed below are those that have made my life that … Continue reading 6 Tools to Increase Productivity
When you think of Colorado, your mind might go to cowboys atop their trusty broncos, riding through The Rockies with a case of Coors Original. It’s not the whole truth, but it sure as shootin’ paints a pretty picture. While the Wild West may only live on in our hearts, The Centennial State has since became a new frontier for all sorts of … Continue reading Foodee Does Denver
We sat down with Kenneth To of Peqish Food Co. in Vancouver, Canada to discuss the progression of fast food and how his restaurant is helping to encourage that movement. Q: Describe your philosophy. A: Peqish’s perspective on food was born out of an obsession with eating right. Core to that approach is delicious food made from scratch – … Continue reading Redefining Fast Food: The Call For Healthy Alternatives
In the office, we sometimes talk about the “Foodee Fifteen.” After a year on the job, I can tell you that my experience far outweighs the added fat. Having grown up in Australia, I am often told that besides an obsession with Vegemite (a black breakfast spread made out of yeast – no, I’m not … Continue reading Weighing In On My Foodee Fifteen
The holiday season is holding on by a tiny tinseled thread. In less than a week, the lights will come down and the trees will be disposed of, all traces of tradition quickly dispersed. Getting ready for a new year, we won’t have time to consider what happened to all that spirit, and for most, … Continue reading Season’s Greetings
Bloomberg recently announced that venture capitalists invested a record amount into food delivery startups in Q3 2015, despite the space already being overcrowded. The reason? Food delivery is a huge market, and no one has become the go-to marketplace. In the same way that Airbnb monetized under allocated real estate assets, technology can help the restaurant … Continue reading What Matters Most With Food Delivery
Chef Morag Cleeveley of Yummy Stuff Bakery shares her tips on classic holiday baking and an irresistible recipe for Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies.
Whatever side of the wagon you wake up on this January, know that besides your crippling sense of shame, time will heal all wounds. Hangovers hurt, and if that wasn’t enough already, they’re also a heavy-handed reminder as to how we can change our lives for the better. But before you decide to get trigger-happy with this year’s resolution, consider the long … Continue reading 6 Tips to a New Year’s Recovery
We sat down with Shlomo Buchler of Maker Pizza in Toronto, Canada to chat about the changing landscape of gourmet pizza delivery and how his new menu is taking the city by storm.
No one ever said that walking through a winter wonderland would be warm. Two weeks shy of the solstice and already we’re being battered down by a seasonal onslaught, with summer so far off that you can’t help but wonder if it we’ll ever see the sun again. Don’t lose your cool, warmth is on its way. Here … Continue reading 5 Foods to Stay Warm This Winter
We’ve all been there, in the office or otherwise, tasked with a wall of work but unable to focus on what it is we should be doing. Don’t beat yourself up about it: distractions are a bit like blind spots. While they can get in the way of a seamless experience, oftentimes it’s as easy as … Continue reading Foodee’s Guide to Focus
We sat down with Chef Matty Cowan of Portland Variety to talk about the launch of their new fall/winter menu, must-have seasonal ingredients, and the rise of the benevolent chef.
Let’s talk turkey. There are two things I look forward to this time of year. The first thing is Thanksgiving. The second is every meal after that for the next week. Leftovers age like a fine wine, getting better every breakfast, lunch and dinner for the following few days. It could be nostalgia is what keeps … Continue reading 5 Turkey Leftover Recipes
What ever happened to time flying when you were having fun? Seems to me it doesn’t make much of a difference what mood I’m in. Days become weeks and weeks become months, and before you know it you’re caught counting down another year, uncertain and scared as to how it is you got there. It’s … Continue reading 5 Tips to Make the Most Out of Your Minutes
You have a great idea. Through a magical combination of the right people, the right timing, and the right goals, things take off and over the next two years you hire something like 20 people. There’s an energy, a buzz, and everyone’s highly engaged. You have everything you need to get where you want to … Continue reading The Secret to Building a Vibrant Startup Culture
It’s safe to say that things are happening here at Foodee. Four weeks in, and I’ve already witnessed some major milestones – a couple real champagne poppers – unable to avoid the infectious atmosphere that has everyone active. Besides the brisk November weather coming in through the front door, an all-in attitude circulates the office – … Continue reading Four Weeks at Foodee
Move along, corporate retreats. These night-out ideas are budget-friendly, creative and easy-to-plan – perfect for making those memorable team-building moments.
I started out my career in a kitchen: cooking, cleaning, creating, sinking my teeth into everything I could, cultivating a passion for food that I carry on to do this day. To say that things turned out differently would be a bit of an understatement.
Cradling its closest supporters in a baffling embrace, professional sports have spawned some pretty fascinating phenomena, especially in the world of food. Bordering on a Frankensteinesque form of art, concession-stand chefs are stirring the pot unlike ever before. Somewhat unsurprisingly, fans have accepted it, bringing home the stadium-style, high-tech finger food and adopting it is as … Continue reading Top Twelve Stadium Style Finger Foods: Great for the Game!
Batten down the door; October 31st is fast approaching. Whether you’ll be lighting lanterns or sitting around some sacred bonfire this Hallows’ Eve, we here at Foodee have crafted a list of classic Halloween sweets that’ll be sure to keep you tricked and treated. Barmbrack Too sweet for a sandwich but not rich enough to … Continue reading 5 Halloween Foods You Have Never Heard Of
This is a condensed version of the original article. Read the full-length version here Fresh out of a dev bootcamp brimming with creative weirdos, I interviewed with a company that told me I would have to put my art practice on hold if I wanted to become a programmer. They explained that it would detract … Continue reading Why Startups Need Makers
These cake style doughnuts make the perfect recipe to try this weekend for a sweet treat. Coat these bite-sized delights in Chef Ashley’s signature lemon and olive oil glaze for a refreshing finish. – The Foodee Team
“Kids don’t stay with you if you do it right. It’s the one job where, the better you are, the more surely you won’t be needed in the long run.” ―Barbara Kingsolver As I change a diaper on my two-month old daughter – our third in as many years – I’m struck with a truth: … Continue reading Learning to let go: The value of mentorship at work and home