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Do you like your food served up with a side of sarcasm? Well then you’ve come to the right place. The Dish is your bi-weekly outlet for food trends, rants, and maybe some cooking advice if you’re lucky.

Can Beer Feed The World?

by Tamara Holt | Aug 27, 2017

Two men have a mission to make the most of wasted grain. They call the bars “a Trojan horse for the base ingredient.” The future, they say, is beer flour.

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Vegetarianism Is Making You Depressed

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Aug 13, 2017

Vegetarian and vegan diets are arguably more environmentally friendly than meat based ones. But a recent study suggests they also might be making you sad.

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Delivering the Death of Supermarkets

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Aug 6, 2017

Millennials want instant gratification. Online grocery shopping is one of many ways to provide this. Are we headed towards the death of supermarkets?

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I Ate Grasshopper Ice Cream So You Don’t Have To

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jul 30, 2017

Are you brave enough to eat insect ice cream? An ice cream shop in the Village is serving up grasshoppers instead of sprinkles. Delicious, or just creepy?

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You Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot?

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jul 23, 2017

Millennials love spicy food, so brands everywhere are upping their game to make sure that their products pack some heat.

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Brandless Is The Non-Brand You Never Knew You Needed

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jul 16, 2017

If you’re broke and boring, $3 essentials are exciting. Today, $9 juices and $14 artisanal jars of almond butter are the norm. Millennials want specialized products, and they’re willing to pay…

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Is Your Food Faking It?

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jul 9, 2017

Your food might be fooling you.

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Why Fad Diets Always Fail

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jul 2, 2017

Nutritionist Amy Shapiro believes the key to a healthy, body doesn’t lie in clickbait articles or celebrity endorsed products.

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Artisanal Snacks Are The New Fidget Spinners

by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jun 25, 2017

Millennials want personalized product from custom makeup to specialized sneakers. This hunger for experience-based purchases extends to the world of snack food.

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