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Every day our plates get filled with news from the world of food. Here’s what our editors found most interesting today.Valentine’s Morning Inspiration
The stars aligned this year — Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday. You know what that means… brunch in bed! To spark some inspiration, we’ll be scrolling through these 20 brunch recipes for Valentine’s Day, including a mixed cheese quiche, guava and cream cheese waffles, and of course a couple of celebratory cocktails. Take a look, then we can show you how to cook eggs (in any way) to perfection. (Heart-Shaped Egg-in-Hole is sure to please.)
What’s Trending in Wine
Meet Doug Bell: He oversees all of our wine, beer and spirits buying at Whole Foods Market. Since he sells a whopping 42 million bottles a year, he’s got a real knack for finding the next big thing in wine. Food & Wine tapped his shoulder for insights into what 2016 will bring, and Doug’s forecasting a surge in popularity of sparkling wines, wines in the $15-$25 range, wine in cans and sustainable wines, among other trends.
First Bites Influence Picky Palates
Close your eyes and imagine a world where kids don’t just eat veggies, they crave them. Well, a new book by food writer Bee Wilson asserts this can be a reality, and furthermore, that she believes parents have the power to form their children’s tastes. In an interview on NPR’s Fresh Air, Wilson covered many topics that affect taste including a “flavor window” that occurs in kiddos between 4 and 7 months old.What are you dishing about today? The views and opinions expressed in linked articles are those of individuals and do not represent the views and opinions of Whole Foods Market, Inc. or any of their respective affiliates, subsidiaries or employees.