Food News: Your Kitchen Towels May Not Be as Clean as You Think by Williams-Sonoma Editors June 16, 2018June 15, 2018 June 16, 2018June 15, 2018 Pro Tip: Swap your kitchen towels regularly! Plus: An explanation for why you’re hangry, Netflix’s new baking show, and the caloric impact of office snacks. A new study suggests that your kitchen towels could be harboring harmful bacteria. [CNN] Science finally has an explanation for why we get hangry (when you’re both hungry and angry). [Food & Wine] Netflix announced a new baking show called “Sugar Rush” and it promises to be extra sweet. [Eater] A new study came out this week that said people consume an average of 1,300 calories from work snacks every week. [Fortune] Here’s a short guide on how (and why) to rinse your food to prevent foodborne illness. [NPR’s The Salt] IHOP changed their name to IHOb to indicate that they sell burgers and the internet is very confused. [GrubStreet] EmailPrint Food News 2 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterest previous post Bibb Lettuce Salad with Grilled Peaches and Prosciutto next post Quick-Cured Salmon with Dill Related Posts What to Read This Week: Apricot Pit Ice... Saturday Food Section: Pricier Bacon, Rolled Ice Cream,... Saturday Food Section: America’s New Food Halls, Tomato... Saturday Food Section: Scoring Fish, Ice Cream That... Saturday Food Section: A Chile Field Guide, Noma... Saturday Food Section: A Chile Field Guide, Noma... Saturday Food Section: From Filleting Fish to a... Saturday Food Section: Remembering Paul Prudhomme, The Story... Saturday Food Section: Cornish Hens, Vegan Calamari, and... Saturday Food Section: Cured Salmon 101, Giada’s Turkey... 2 comments Susan June 16, 2018 - 1:53 pm Changing kitchen dish towels & cloths daily is important. And even more frequently if they’ve been used to wipe up any protein or have visible food waste on them Reply Food News: Your Kitchen Towels May Not Be as Clean as You Think - Recipes June 16, 2018 - 4:03 am […] post Food News: Your Kitchen Towels May Not Be as Clean as You Think appeared first on Williams-Sonoma […] Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.