Category Archives: TNBT

One to watch: Rotimatic

Rotis, the humble staple of the Indian diet, eaten by generations, could be entering a major new revolutionary stage. They’ve been lovingly made by hand for basically forever – a time-consuming, technical process that women in India have practiced and … Continue reading

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Food news: non-melting chocolate and superfood burgers

Two great food innovation stories on The Grocer’s website at the moment: Chocolate that doesn’t melt Cadbury/Mondelez invited journalists to a really hot room to see and try their chocolate which doesn’t melt at 35 degrees C. Apparently, it tastes … Continue reading

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3D printing: ASDA brings it (to the masses)

Props to ASDA for giving peeps the chance to use a 3D printer without having to fork out £1,500 for one. Still pretty expensive (and limited?), but as with a lot of technology, it should just get cheaper and more … Continue reading

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TNBT: Pakistani food

Pakistani food could be TNBT, thanks to our hunger for new, different food, the rise in popularity of Pakistani takeaways in America and also due to passionate advocates like PukkaPaki (called ‘Pukka Pakistani’ on some media outlets) and Rahila Hussain and … Continue reading

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Hide & Eek! – light up pages to reveal images

Hide & Eek! is a great idea from illustrator Rebecca Sutherland and design agency Hat-trick: a ‘scary book’ made from translucent paper which is blank under normal light, but when you shine a torch underneath it, illustrations and scary characters appear! It works … Continue reading

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Food fad: dishwasher cooking

Cooking food in a dishwasher is an actual thing (!). Lisa Casali, an Italian food writer has published cookbook called “Cucinare in lavastoviglie” / “Cooking in the dishwasher” and posted videos of the technique online. Apparently, there are lots of other … Continue reading

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Duffin: doughnut meets muffin

Another baking mashup! The duffin is a combo of doughnut and muffin.There’s a couple of interpretations out there: 1 – main bit has the texture of a doughnut, but a bit lighter, topped with a sweet topping 2 – a … Continue reading

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