It’s a special treat when Shari Freyermuth, associate teaching professor of Biochemistry and CAFNR assistant dean for academic programs, brings her homemade scones to the Dean’s office for a celebration or birthday. Even people who don’t like scones, which in the hands of a lesser baker can be chalky and hard, rave about Freyermuth’s flaky and moist quick [...]
Tag: food science
When not teaching biochem, Shari Freyermuth is making scones
Protein-rich breakfasts prevent unhealthy evening snacking
Eating a breakfast rich in protein significantly improves appetite control and reduces unhealthy snacking on high-fat or high-sugar foods in the evening, which could help improve the diets of more than 25 million overweight or obese young adults in the U.S.
What is it like to design and produce a product for market?
Azlin Mustapha, associate professor and director of graduate studies in food science, is working on a soon-to-be-revealed secret project for CAFNR. This project goes beyond the laboratory – it is designed to produce an exciting new product and have it be successful in the marketplace. It’s joined CAFNR food science researchers and students with industry professionals in a unique collaboration with sales, research and education goals.
Buck's Ice Cream named Official Ice Cream of the Missouri Tigers
Tasty news from the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources! The College’s Buck’s Ice Cream, produced on the University of Missouri campus, is now the official ice cream of the Missouri Tigers. It will be sold at MU sporting events, starting with the MU vs. Southeastern Louisiana football game, Saturday, Sept. 1. Buck’s is [...]
Buck's Ice Cream is coming to a campus near you
For decades, Mizzou students had to trek to East Campus to enjoy a Buck’s Ice Cream Place treat. Now, the confections are coming to main campus on a pair of motorized three-wheeler ice cream trucks.
CAFNR faculty know how to respond when a reporter from a traditional media outlet like the New York Times or CNBC call. What do you do when you get a request from something called Deadspin? And what do you say when the writer wants to know if you can eat a 20-year-old chocolate bar? Ingolf [...]