I first learned of the term “mouthfeel” in The New York Times article “The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food.” Then, it came up again when I was reading, Salt, Sugar, and Fat.
When we started our Game Night Food Competitions, I used “mouthfeel” as one of the judging categories. My husband at one point asked if we could have “texture” instead, and I balked.
It occurred to me people really don’t know the difference, and clearly, they need to.
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For the second time we had a breakfast-for-dinner themed Game Night and we enjoyed the best. Breakfast sandwiches. Ever.
We also switched things up for the first time ever and had an open contest – there wasn’t a blind taste test, we judges knew who each sandwich belonged to.
Did this alter the results? You decide.
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