Plus: Onions that won’t make you cry, a new food documentary on Netflix you need to watch, and a classic Danish Christmas cookie you should make this weekend. Read on for a new highlights of some of the of the food stories we’ve been reading this week.
In a recent interview, Ina Garten answered some of her fans burning questions, including the one recipe she would never, ever make. [TODAY.com]
There’s a new tearless onion on the market that sounds like every cooks dream. [Los Angeles Times]
Arby’s is giving away wearable “meat sweats” that you can earn by posting a photo of yourself cooking meat on social media. [Food & Wine]
Netflix’s new food documentary “Rotten” profiles corruption in the food industry. The series comes out on January 5, but you can watch the trailer now. [Food Republic]
These classic Danish cookies might not actually be Danish, but they sound delicious and you should make them this weekend. [NPR The Salt]
Nestlé is trying to get out of the U.S. chocolate business. [Bloomberg]