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Every Holiday Caroline Eriksson Makes Something Crazy Out Of Gingerbread

Every Christmas, artist Caroline Eriksson has made something amazing out of gingerbread. It started back in 2013 when she made an Optimus Prime for a gingerbread contest. Since then she’s made a Xenomorph, dragon and even Darth Vader! To create her gingerbread sculptures, Eriksson first builds an internal structure out of metal. The rest is simply gingerbread and melted sugar! For the curved areas... Source
Tags: Food, Design, Diy, Gingerbread, Sculptures, Eriksson, Caroline Eriksson


A sustainable meal plan filled with recipes for Earth Day

Not all food is created equal, and not all foods are healthy for the planet. You’ve seen the headlines. Manufacturing plants suck up water, pollute with chemicals and damage the surrounding landscape. Raising cattle and other livestock is also associated with earth-damaging consequences. Most environmentalists agree that plant-based products offer the best balance of nutrition and sustainability. Earth Day is right around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to focus on foods that show our love...
Tags: Food, Design, Cook, Features, Recipe, Recipes, Spring, Brussels, Vegan, Vegetarian, Earth Day, Eat & Drink, Broccoli, Plant-based, Earth Day recipes, Sustainable recipes


Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode One Hundred Five

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Five From the duo that doesn’t know when to slow down, Jon and Rob are at it again, with another inspired, interesting and enlightening conversation!  This week’s discussion includes the horrific taping of a man beating a homeless woman on the New York City subway; everyone’s automatic reaction to Robert Mueller’s findings; the complete misappropriation of language due to the semantic drift of the younger generation’s love for buzzwo...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Television, Film, New York City, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popular culture, Paul Weller


The Internet’s Gone Bezerk For A Burrito Blanket!

A blanket made to look like a massive tortilla has sparked an outpouring of internet joy. One social media user expressed delight after getting one in the post. More: Twitter h/t: nova @katreenawhh on Twitter shared the images of the wrap like blanket saying: “i just got home and this was inside a package addressed for me. amazing”. BN reports that the tweet has since been like over 100... Source
Tags: Food, Design, Humor, Blanket, Burrito


Word of Mouth: Eating and Drinking in São Miguel, Azores

Some 900 miles from mainland, volcanic terroir and hyper-local ingredients make for a distinct culinary heritage Secluded in the middle of the Atlantic, the allure of the Azores has somehow remained under the radar to even the most discerning travelers. As a part of Portugal, Azorean culture certainly feels European, though being 900+ miles from the mainland has allowed a distinct culinary heritage to flourish …
Tags: Travel, Food, Europe, Design, Restaurants, Bars, Atlantic, Cafes, Drinking, Portugal, Dining, Azores, Sao Miguel, Word of Mouth, Sao Miguel Azores


Edible Schoolyard’s 2019 Spring Benefit

Participating will directly benefit the advancement of "edible" curriculums in public schools School curriculums rarely undergo seismic changes—it’s irregular to see a brand new pillar appear in lesson plans. But Edible Schoolyard NYC—by directly educating students in seven schools and 600 educators in charge of another 400,000 students at other schools—is hoping to expand public school curriculum to include classes about healthy eating, growing produce …
Tags: Food, Design, Education, NYC, New York City, Sustainability, Schools, Healthy Eating, Public Schools, Food + Drink, Edible Schoolyard NYC, Edible Schoolyard


Old-World Charm at Madeira’s 125-Year-Old Belmond Reid’s Palace

An iconic oasis at the edge of an island Known for its subtropical climate, exquisite terraces carved into steep cliffs and delicious wine, Madeira is a four-island archipelago that’s part of Portugal—though it sits off the coast of northwest Africa. Located in the capital city of Funchal, Belmond Reid’s Palace (or Reid’s Palace) is a 125-year-old hotel perched atop a cliff, nestled between stunning gardens and …
Tags: Travel, Wellness, Food, Design, Hotels, Accommodation, Luxury, Portugal, Dining, Spas, MADEIRA, Reid, Africa Located, Belmond Reid's Palace, Belmond Reid, Funchal Belmond Reid s Palace


Lovecraftian Horror Unleashed In The Murky Depths Of Green Tea

Unless you’ve experienced some horrible beverage-related trauma, it’s unlikely that you find much about green tea to be terrifying. Japanese Twitter user and 3DCG practitioner gigigi gagaga (@toikoh9114) might have you thinking differently, however. @toikoh9114 took advantage of of the turbidity found in a glass of green tea to create a spooky scene of alien horror that might fit in... Source
Tags: Tea, Food, Japan, Design, Diy, Horror, Sci-fi, Green, Inspirations, Lovecraft


Technicians At The Government Of Alberta Dairy And Food Canada Laboratory In 1970s

Technicians at the Government of Alberta Dairy and Food Canada Laboratory help entrepreneurs develop their products. We don’t know the names of the lab-coated ‘boffins’ in these portraits from June 1970. We’d like to. Is that you. What were you doing and why? h/t: flashbak... Source
Tags: Food, Science, Design, Technology, Government, Equipment, Canada, Retro, 1970s, Laboratory, Technicians


Struggling Artist Turns Fry Cook Job Into Successful Pancake Art Career

Today, Dan Drake, aka ‘Dancakes’, is known as one of the world’s most talented pancake artists, but few people know that he never planned, nor trained for this career. He was just a guy flipping fried foods at a diner to make ends meet, but his artistic talent catapulted him to international fame. Dan had always had a talent for drawing, but never really considered turning it into a career. Source
Tags: Food, Art, Design, Baker, Pancakes, Dan, Dan Drake


Smart Trash Can Works to End Food Waste

Developers at Winnow Vision may have figured out a preventive solution for food waste. The second generation of their smart trash can, currently operating in all of IKEA’s UK and Ireland locations, uses AI to photograph, identify and assign a cost to the food that’s tossed. Annual food waste costs about $1.2 trillion, but if the trash can is able to identify trends in consumption …
Tags: Food, UK, Design, Environment, Tech, Developers, Artificial Intelligence, Ireland, Ikea, Food Waste, Ai, Waste, Linkaboutit, Smart Trash Can Works to End Food Waste, Winnow Vision


Karim Rashid Designs a Single-Serving Wine Bottle for Usual Wines

From ancient Egypt to Greece and China, civilizations have produced their own wines with local ingredients fir generations. Back then, clay vessels and oak barrels were the best ways to transport the precious liquid. Today, we've turned to our standard glass wine bottles to transport (and more importantly protect) the 'nectar of the gods.' Our wine glass has even gotten bigger as our appetites for wine have increased, but let's be honest with ourselves: how many bottles of opened, unfinished win...
Tags: Food, Design, Greece, China, Egypt, Object Culture, Karim Rashid


Amateur Culinary Artist Creates The Most Amazing Sashimi Plating

Looking at the edible masterpieces of culinary artist and Instagram sensation mikyoui00, it’s hard to believe his journey into the world of food art began as a way of getting his son interested in cooking. mikyoui00 never had any professional art or design training, but he was always passionate about food preparation and plating, and wanted to instill that same kind of love in his son. Source
Tags: Food, Art, Japan, Design, Instagram, Sea, Fish, Sashimi


Franklin Steak: Dry-Aged. Live-Fired. Pure Beef.

Written by James Beard Award-winners, Aaron Franklin and Jordan Mackay, Franklin Steak: Dry-Aged. Live-Fired. Pure Beef. is the ultimate guide to assessing, preparing and cooking steak. Complete with variations for every single cut and plenty of tips on how to build your fire (whether that be on a grill, in a pit, or on the stove), everything is covered. In just over 200 pages, Franklin …
Tags: Food, Cooking, Design, Beef, Recipes, Steak, BBQ, Cookbooks, James Beard, Ten Speed Press, Aaron Franklin, Franklin Steak, Jordan Mackay Franklin


Hyrdopod Gardening Set

Made for desks, window sills and other small spaces, the Hydropod by Brooklyn-based W&P is a five-piece hydroponic planter set made for at-home soil-free farming. The process leaves a significantly smaller footprint—using a nutrient water solvent as a food source. Made from plastic and frosted glass, the subtle design will offer a pop of color once your herbs start to bloom.
Tags: Home, Food, Gardening, Design, Office, Brooklyn, Plants, Herbs, Planters, Decor, Hydroponic, Hydropod


CBD-Infused Honey

Sourced from Bee Local in Portland, Oregon, Alto Essentials‘ CBD-infused honey is dark, robust and incredibly high-end—and it contains the cannabinoid best known for soothing inflammation and stress. Use the honey as you normally would and reap the benefits of the 5mg serving of CBD.
Tags: Food, Cooking, Design, Cbd, Honey, Cannabis Culture, Alto Essentials, Bee Local, Portland Oregon Alto


Reduce food waste with your new best friend Meal Prep Mate

In a world filled with convenient fast-food wherever you go and a focus on instant gratification, it can be a serious challenge to eat healthily and keep your food waste to a minimum. For many of us, our busy lives cause us to make daily food decisions that fill our diets with highly processed foods, which are often wrapped in single-use packaging. But there is a way you can not only eat healthily, but you can reduce food waste while saving time and money, too. The answer is meal prep. In an ef...
Tags: Health, Food, Design, Features, Recipe, United States, Healthy Eating, Food Waste, Vegan, Eat & Drink, NRDC, Natural Resources Defense Council NRDC, Meal Prep, Single-use, Meal Prep Mate, Save the Food Back


Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode One Hundred Two

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Two And once again, Rob and Jon are at it, with another freewheeling, off-the-cuff conversation that just flows and entertains.  Listen in as they discuss the current political climate, new music, sports, current events around the country, a stellar “In Our Heads” and so much more! With the boys being back in top form, how can you resist?  You can’t – so sit down, get comfortable and enjoy this latest installment of the wildly succes...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Film, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popular culture, Popdose, Rob Ross, Jon


Reduce Your Single-Use Plastic with these Reusable Bamboo Containers

2019 seems to be the year of taking actionable steps towards reducing single-use plastic, and reusable to-go containers and multi-purpose utensil sets are a useful and impactful way to start doing so in your everyday life. On that note, Anvil Studios and UCO Ware have created the Bamboo 5-piece set, a non-plastic meal and utensil meal kit made of 90% natural materials:While many of UCO Ware's products are focused on camping and outdoor activities, for this challenge, they enlisted Anvil Studios ...
Tags: Food, Design, Materials, Sustainable Design, Anvil, Anvil Studios, Reusable Bamboo Containers, UCO Ware, Treasure Hinds


Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode One Hundred One

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred One The first all-new episode after the hiatus that halted Radio City… for a few weeks, this is undoubtedly the most powerful and personal installment yet.  Listen in and you will fully understand why the show stopped for a while – and during those revelations, you may cry; you’ll laugh – but this is a conversation that will make you think.  And if you have a heart, you’ll definitely be able to relate. Here are Jon and Rob, as human as...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Television, Film, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popular culture, Popdose, Rob Ross, Jon


New hope for plastic recycling with IBM's VolCat technology

Think how much more material would be reused if plastic recycling didn’t entail washing, sorting and individual processing. Now, IBM researchers have developed a new chemical process called VolatileCatalyst that eliminates these steps. VolCat recycling grinds up plastics, adds a chemical catalyst and cooks them at temperatures above 200 degrees Celsius. The chemicals eat through polymer strands, producing a fine white powder ready to be made into new containers. By heating PET with ethylene gly...
Tags: Food, Design, Technology, Fish, Pollution, Ocean, Plastic, Ibm, Recycling, DuPont, Waste, Clean Tech, Containers, Green Technology, Recycled Materials, Waste Disposal


Niche Niche, NYC’s New Dinner Party Restaurant

Each nightly event at this 25-seat SoHo venue will be hosted by a different wine professional SoHo’s 25-seat restaurant Niche Niche is an undeniably charming concept. Designed to host evenings reminiscent of a dinner party at a friend’s house, the venue officially opens tonight—and every day onward will be unique, with a different wine industry professional hosting each night. Owned by Ariel Arce and her …
Tags: Food, Design, NYC, Restaurants, Drinking, Wine, Dining, Food + Drink, Soho, Ariel Arce, Sommeliers, Wine Tastings, Niche Niche NYC, Niche Niche


Animals made out of food

Instead of making food out of animals, visual artist Helga Stentzel makes animals out of food. See more of Stentzel's absolutely delightful work on her Instagram feed: made_by_helgal. (via PetaPixel)
Tags: Food, Art, Post, Photography, News, Vegetables, They Are What You Eat, Helga Stentzel, Stentzel


Jinn and Company’s Hemp Oil Edibles

Full-spectrum CBD and organic ingredients meet for delectable treats As CBD continues being added to lattes and cocktails, it may best be suited for tiny, rewarding treats. Jinn and Company‘s hemp oil fruit gummies and nut bites are just that. They’re bite-sized, CBD-infused (200mg total, 25mg per piece, derived from the full spectrum hemp oil) snacks for stressful moments. Crafted by a small team of designers …
Tags: Food, Design, Snacks, Organic, Cannabis, Brooklyn, Cbd, Food + Drink, Edibles, Hemp Oil, Cannabis Culture, Jinn and Company, Hemp Oil Edibles


Word of Mouth: Mexican Food in Los Angeles 

Tradition, family values, memories and experimentation collide for some of the most exciting dishes To learn about the complexities of Mexican cuisine, starting anywhere in Mexico will—of course—lead to incredible discoveries of distinct dishes and the equally remarkable people making them. Regional cooking in Mexico is as diverse as the beautiful ingredients from seafood in Baja to moles in Oaxaca. With the large Mexican and …
Tags: Travel, Food, Design, California, Mexico, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Seafood, Baja, Dining, Oaxaca, Mexican Food, Mexican Restaurants


The Vermicular Cast Iron System Introduces Induction to Traditional Japanese Cooking Methods

Cooking is one of those rare areas where many ancient tools still tend to hold up just as well as their modern counterparts. Take, for example, bamboo steamers, wrapping fish in banana leaves, or—a slightly more modern innovation—the mushikamado, a predecessor to the modern rice cooker developed in the early 1900s. Mushikamado was designed in such a way that a ceramic or cast iron pot could hang over direct heat; the vessel's ability to heat evenly allowed for rice to cook over a charcoal fire w...
Tags: Food, Japan, Design, Nagoya Japan, Kuni, Kamado, Musui Kamado, Mushikamado, Vermicular, Tomo Hijikata, Hijikata, Musui, Masui Kamado


8 of the best fruits and vegetables you can eat in their entirety

In the United States, approximately 40 percent of food is never eaten. Not only does this food waste damage your pocketbook, but it also has a major environmental impact. Changing your food habits is a great way to do your part in the battle against food waste. Shopping smarter, eating leftovers, improving food storage and donating to food banks are great ideas for reducing food waste. There is one obvious move you can make that many people don’t realize — you can stop throwing out parts of you...
Tags: Health, Food, Cooking, Design, Environment, Vegetables, Features, Fruits, United States, Fruit, Healthy Eating, Eating, Food Waste, Waste, Potatoes, Pumpkin


Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Ninety-Nine

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety Nine In another one of those inspired moments, the 99th installment of Radio City… finds Rob and Jon delivering a wholly improvised show – no planned content – just a good old fashioned conversation, between two friends who know what they’re talking about.  They cover the entire spectrum, including the beloved “In Our Heads” (a really great one!), so you don’t want to miss this. Listen in and have a good time – they certainly did! Radio C...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Comedy, Television, Film, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popdose, Rob Ross


Valentine’s Day CBD Gumdrops

Building upon their luxe line of CBD-infused products, Lord Jones offers a special Valentine’s Day edition of their naturally flavored fruit gumdrops. This limited edition release features nine treats: eight Passion Fruit and one Red Raspberry. Each one contains 20mg CBD, which will promote a sense of calm but is non-psychoactive, of course. The limited edition box is only available until 14 February, or until supplies last.
Tags: Food, Design, Cannabis, Jones, Cbd, Valentines Day, Edibles, CBD Gumdrops, Lord Jones


Six Thoughtful New Cookbooks

Elevate your home chef skills with these diverse guides More than how-to guides, cookbooks tell stories—whether it’s once-lost traditions or modern-day innovations. In these recently published cookbooks, readers can learn secret family recipes, inventive plant-based dishes, clever fermented fare and much more. And, beyond the delicious dishes, each of these creative books tell a unique tale—from a love letter to Detroit, to a thoughtful approach to …
Tags: Food, Cooking, Japan, Design, NYC, Restaurants, Japanese, Detroit, Vegan, Food + Drink, Cookbooks, Noma, Wildair, Home Cooks, Vegan Cuisine



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