humanity

Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of chefs, professionals, amateurs, inspiring youth, influencers, and general feel good human stories in the Feast food sphere.

SKEDDY OFFICIAL 2 months ago
A Chef, Without the Line: Part 2
As a chef, I hate how passionate I am about the small details. It’s almost a sick turn on to be a perfectionist, worrying about the small details in a sadistic OCD behavior of everything in its place....
Brandi Payne3 months ago
Food That Is Thrown Away
Today, there are so many people starving and hungry in the world, but what does anyone do about it? Nothing. I have recently done some research on local merchant chains who serve food like fast food e...
ChefElli Nikki4 months ago
This Life Will Drive You to Insanity
There is a saying that goes, "Being a chef is like being in the army. You have to get stuff done, and fast, and it has to be good." These were very wise words by none other than the great Marco Pierre...
Em, I4 months ago
The Humble Oat
The oat has certainly been on a tumultuous journey over the years. From its humble beginnings as a breakfast staple in the form of porridge, breaking out as dairy-free milk alternative, to hitting the...
Emily Page7 months ago
Please Stop Buying Candy Canes
It’s that time of year again—when it’s way too cold but the true magic of Christmas hasn’t kicked in yet despite all the Santa-themed stalls and shops (probably because they began in September!). Cosy...
Falon Snow8 months ago
The Art of Cooking
For me the joy of cooking started in my early teenage years. I grew up watching all the famous television chefs create these beautiful and delicious meals, but what stuck out in my mind was the famili...
Tracy Lawson8 months ago
Thanksgiving Is Here
Happy Thanksgiving! As we gather around the table for another filling meal of turkey, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, rolls of all types, dessert pies, cranberry stuff, stuffing of all t...
Preston Dildine9 months ago
Why I Bake
My legs tremble from the weight of the day's activities. My hands shake with exhaustion and overuse. My back slumps forward more than the old ghoul-ish curve will usually allow. My shoes have long bee...
Brittany Giamanco10 months ago
How Food Saved My Life
I was a depressed, suicidal teenager. My mother died when I was two, and my father remarried when I was three. He married a woman who’s intentions were not pure. She put on a good face in front of my ...
Maya Seibold10 months ago
The Making of a Semi-Successful, Kinda Okay Chef/Baker
Tiny chefs around the world at this exact moment are discovering their natural talent for cooking while others are making sure they just stay best friends with their microwave or delivery man. Every c...
Lisa Briskey10 months ago
Tea Parties
I love a good cup of tea. I get my love of tea from my grandmother. Growing up, I would visit my grandparents and we would have tea with baked desserts and chitchat. I loved it. When I received my fir...
P.R. Cooking10 months ago
A Cooking Story Begins!
Hello. I am a young girl with a passion and love of food. I have entered the county fair where I live a few times. I have such a big passion for food that I read on how it's raised or grown or made/pr...
Farmers Market
It’s getting close to the end of the season for farmers markets but that doesn’t mean you should stop going. Going to farmers markets can be a fun activity you do every Saturday morning but it could b...
Signs You're Dating a Foodie
The beginning of a new relationship is an exhilarating time as you and your date slowly learn more about each other, deciding whether you're truly compatible. It's during this time when certain suspic...
Restaurants That Recycle Food
With the way American food portions go, many restaurants used to just throw it away but there is a new movement now about restaurants giving away their food for free. A new app called Meal Connect lea...
Food Waste in the United States
What happens to all that restaurant food we do not eat? We waste it by throwing it away. What happens to food that expires in the grocery store? We also waste it. 15,000 tons of food is thrown away in...
Fisher Kinga year ago
Chef Life
Cooking. It can be fun. It can be hell. Like any job it’s really what you make of it. It’s not like what you see on Food Network. It’s not glamorous. People generally look down on you. Most know that ...
Heeta Joshia year ago
Utilitarian Standpoint: Diet Discrimination
Note: I think faster than I can write or type. Therefore, grammatical errors are unavoidable. Feel free to politely point them out. Let’s talk about something I have become recently aware about (well ...