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Foie gras ban in California stands after court battle

The foie gras ban in California continues after six years of court battles. Earlier this week the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would not hear a challenge to the state’s 2004 ban on the production and sale of foie gras, leaving the 2017 ruling untouched. Foie gras, which means “fatty liver”, is butter-rich duck or goose liver that has been especially fattened, and is a popular delicacy in French cuisine. Traditionally, it is seared and made into pate, however, to produce the luxury food produ...
Tags: Food, Hong Kong, Design, News, Supreme Court, California, Los Angeles, Coalition, Duck, Foie Gras, US supreme court, Singapore Airlines, Wilson, Eat & Drink, U S Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit

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

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety Seven Episode 97 is the first newly-recorded show of 2019, done on Rob’s birthday (!) and is no less than a stellar power-hour of non-stop smart, thoughtful conversation, a lot of comedy and informative elements, including a breakdown of the brilliant new album from Chris Korzen (under the name “Nezrok”); the deaths of several celebrities we grew up with to begin the year; a glimpse at MTV’s new series with Lindsay Lohan (!); the N.F.L. p...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Television, Film, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Mtv, Rob, Satire, Lindsay Lohan, Popular culture

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Arthouse films, glitter, CES, space, food and more in our internet round-up Communicating From the Far Side of the Moon The far side of the moon (often mistakenly referred to as the “dark side” of the moon) never faces Earth due to the sphere’s elliptical orbit and synchronous rotation. For the first time, information—including a photograph—has been transmitted from the hemisphere by way of China’s National Space …
Tags: Food, Space, Design, China, Films, Ces, Cinema, Denmark, Bmw, Lg, Concepts, Hyundai, Linkaboutit, Link About It, The North Face, Gene Editing

11 ways to be more self-sufficient in the new year

Self-sufficient living is all about providing for your own needs— and the needs of your household— without resources or help from the outside. To become more self-sufficient, you need knowledge and skills, plus motivation and a spirit of independence. The reasons for living a self-sufficient lifestyle can be political, social or personal, but whatever the motivation may be, learning how to become self-sufficient can offer a feeling of security, even in the event of a disaster. There isn’t a han...
Tags: Food, Garden, Gardening, Design, Cook, Food Storage, Debt, Features, Plastic, Sewing, Bright Ideas, Green Living, Natural Cleaners, Emergency Kit, Clean Eating, Natural Materials

This AI food truck could bring fresh produce directly to you

It’s no secret that artificial intelligence is trending worldwide, which is why it is also a prominent component of CES 2019. But as interest in futuristic tech grows, so does consumer interest in fresh, local food. The farm-to-table concept continues to gain popularity, which is why Panasonic has proposed an innovative mash-up of these two seemingly polar opposites — an AI mobile delivery service that operates like an ice cream truck to bring local fruits, vegetables and other grocery items di...
Tags: Food, Design, Produce, Ces, Gmo, Panasonic, Food Delivery, Local Food, Eat & Drink, Food Truck, Fresh Food, CES 2019

Extra-Healthy, Gene-Edited Spicy Tomatoes Are Coming

Scientists in Brazil are working to reconnect tomatoes with their chili pepper relatives (they separated some 19 million years ago, but maintain much of the same DNA) in order to create a super-healthy, spicy fruit. Rather than a food fad, this research and experimentation is occurring in order to have people eat more capsaicinoids, “the molecules that give red peppers their spicy pizzazz, for their health benefits.” …
Tags: Health, Food, Science, Design, Tomatoes, Nature, Brazil, Food Science, Food + Drink, Linkaboutit

Zero-waste packaging is coming to a freezer aisle near you

This past year, frozen food made a comeback thanks to healthier and tastier options hitting your grocer’s freezer, and the debunking of the myth that fresh is always healthier than frozen. For the first time in five years, the frozen food market has grown, and consumers are starting to see frozen products as a healthy option for easy meal prep. Now, one grocer is taking freezer food to the next level with bulk bins and zero-waste packaging. In recent years, frozen food companies have shortened ...
Tags: Food, UK, Design, News, Environment, Czech Republic, Plastic, Packaging, Food Waste, Reuse, Zero Waste, Frozen Food, Zero Waste Packaging, Globus Hypermarket, Packaged Food

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

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety Six 2019 starts off with a resounding bang as Jon and Rob don’t slow down at all!  The boys immediately get to work, discussing and dissecting the anti-climactic vibe of the holiday season; the shameful GoFundMe scandal involving a homeless veteran; the government still being shut down, “In Our Heads” and a whole bunch more! So kick off 2019 with your favorite podcast.  Jon and Rob continue to offer up the best and deliver every time. Rad...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Television, Film, Theatre, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popular culture, Popdose, Rob Ross, Jon

Word of Mouth: Paris

From natural wine bars to sophisticated accommodations, some of our favorite spots in the City of Light Like any dynamic city, Paris is ever-evolving. As frequent visitors, we try to keep up with all cultural developments. While we remain faithful to our beloved stalwart bars and restaurants, there are always new or undiscovered venues to visit—be it bars, cafes, galleries or places to rest your …
Tags: Travel, Food, Design, France, Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Cafes, Paris, Cocktails, Wine, Dining, Galleries, Hoxton

The Noma Guide to Fermentation

Penned by René Redzepi, chef and co-owner of Noma, and David Zilber, head of the restaurant’s fermentation program, The Noma Guide to Fermentations is a book as beautiful as it is informative. Fermenting is a vital part of the culinary world and continues to grow because of its health benefits and complex flavors. Using more than 500 step-by-step recipes and illustrations, the pair give readers exclusive insight …
Tags: Food, Books, Design, Restaurants, René Redzepi, Cookbooks, Noma, Fermentation, Artisan, David Zilber

Best of CH 2018: Cannabis

Eight developments in the world of marijuana and hemp this year As more states make marijuana legal, the cannabis industry continues to grow and change at a remarkable rate—and 2018 was perhaps the biggest year yet. While the issues surrounding criminal justice reform legislation (and hopefully its revision), government spending and profit, politics and race are undeniable, there seems to be no stopping “cannabusiness.” From …
Tags: Food, Design, Marijuana, Gifts, Cannabis, Culture, Beauty, Grooming, Skincare, Cannabis Culture

Best of CH 2018: Link About It

Our take on the best thoughtful, eccentric and inspiring stories from the internet this year Beyond what we create ourselves at CH, we’re always reading, watching and viewing content from publishers we admire. Each day we share some of the internet’s best in our Link section. This year, we were enthralled by stories about space, climate change, cultural phenomenons, empowering displays of art, ghost stories and …
Tags: Food, Space, Science, Design, Internet, Climate Change, Film, Environment, Tech, Nasa, Culture, Pollution, Food Waste, Lgbtq, Ai, Linkaboutit

The best of the Long Read in 2018

Our 20 favourite pieces of the yearMillions are robbed of the power of speech by illness, injury or lifelong conditions. Can the creation of bespoke digital voices transform their ability to communicate? Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Food, Art, Technology, Censorship, Sport, Life and style, Society, UK News, US news, Work & careers, Feminism, Silicon Valley

Is a flexitarian diet right for you?

Going vegan or vegetarian might be a good choice for your health — as well as the environment — but not everyone wants to take the extreme measure of cutting meat and other animal products completely out of their diet. So, over the past five years, many who want to live a healthy life and/or do their part in the fight against climate change have opted for the flexitarian diet. What is flexitarianism? Flexitarianism doesn’t go as far as veganism or vegetarianism, but it does include some ...
Tags: Health, Meat, Food, UK, Design, Diet, Features, Healthy Eating, Veganism, Vegan, Eat & Drink, Clean Eating, Plant-based Diet, Animal Products, Vegetarian Diet, Flexitarian

Holiday Gift Guides 2018: Brick + Mortar

Exemplary gifts found in real-life stores With just a few days left to prepare, shopping for presents online may no longer be an option. For those who need to make the dash to brick-and-mortar stores, we have selected a bunch of gifts that are available at retail outposts all over—from NYC to Nashville, Miami to Minneapolis, SF to Seattle. Chances are there are a couple of these …
Tags: Travel, Food, Accessories, Books, Design, Shopping, Minneapolis, Wallets, Beauty, Whiskey, Wine, Seattle, Gift Guides, Whisky, Skincare, Fragrances

Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One

Anita Lo, a Michelin-starred chef, penned a self-deprecating guide to eating alone. It’s not a list of restaurants accommodating a table for one, but rather a cookbook filled with recipes perfectly sized for the person preparing them. She feels, after realizing that working odd hours often forced her to dine solo, that the process should be empowering and not loathed.
Tags: Food, Cooking, Design, Michelin, Dining, Michelin Stars, Solo, Cookbooks, Anita Lo, Dining Alone

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

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety Two It seems that every time Jon and Rob try to catch their breaths and dial it back, the world just throws them for a loop and they have no choice but to come charging hard – thus, the 92nd installment of Radio City… is just that; a 100-m.p.h. conversation, which includes the political circuses in Washington D.C. and New York City; the death of Bleecker Bob; a few television and film critiques, “In Our Heads” and a ton more! Rest assured,...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Comedy, Film, Washington, New York City, Theatre, Sports, Rob, Satire, Popular culture, Popdose

Amish Popcorn Library

Packed inside this “Amish Popcorn Library” are 12 separately packaged varietals of corn grown in Indiana’s Amish country. Each four ounce bag is one serving—enough for a few light snackers or one hungry human. They’re non-GMO, tender and colorful alternatives to the industrialized kernels inside supermarket bags. And, you’re purchasing directly from a family farm when you buy a box—Brian Lehman’s to be exact.
Tags: Food, Design, Snacks, Corn, Indiana, Gmo, Popcorn, Brian Lehman, Non-gmo, Amish country, Artisanal Food

Holiday Gift Guides 2018: Eat, Drink + Be Merry

Presents for kitchen rookies, expert cooks, and those who burn toast Whether it’s a kitchen innovation, guide to restaurant design, incredible wine, whiskey with a story or finding a really tasty snack, food and booze encompasses discovery and joy. In our Eat, Drink + Be Merry Gift Guide, we’re celebrating the adventure of it all with our favorite treats, drinks, kitchen tools, cookbooks and more. …
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Design, Alcohol, Whiskey, Recipes, Cocktails, Wine, Champagne, Whisky, Cooks, Decor, Cookbooks, Kitchen Accessories

Smith & Deli-cious: Food From Our Deli (That Happens to be Vegan)

The brains behind Melbourne’s Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli, Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse have put out a second cookbook. Smith & Deli-cious: Food From Our Deli (That Happens to be Vegan) is an aptly named guide to all kinds of impressive and unexpected plant-based dishes. From shepherd’s pie to plakopsy, larb, brownies and more, the recipes evoke the warmth and comfort of home, but …
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Books, Design, Recipes, Melbourne, Smith, Vegan, Cookbooks, Smith Daughters, Smith Deli Shannon Martinez, Mo Wyse, Smith Deli

Breakfast Tray

Serve breakfast on breakfast with this Martin Parr tray. The beloved photographer’s blend of dry humor and anthropology is apparent here—and while the Melamine piece is entirely functional, it’s a shame to cover up the 1995 photo. The image was included in Parr’s book British Food, and is just one of the many culinary-focused pictures in the brilliant photographer’s vast body of work.
Tags: Food, Photography, Design, Photographers, Dining, Martin Parr, Tate, Parr, Kitchenware, Trays, British Food

The Big Dill

The ideal gift for a pickle-enthusiast, The Big Dill box from Mouth is full of zesty treats. Pickled cherry tomatoes, whiskey sour pickles and pickled Thai basil jalapeños are among the selection—with freshness and small-batch manufacturing guaranteed.
Tags: Food, Design, Gift Boxes, Pickles, Mouth, Gift Box

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

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety One The post-Thanksgiving definitely helped fuel Jon and Rob’s latest installment of Radio City…  A conversation with no bullet points but just natural, deep, sometimes filled with fire and with a lot of humor.  You get a whole lot of “oh yeah” with this particular show. If you have any leftovers, kick back and get cozy, because this one is a powerhouse that you will not want to miss one second of! Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: E...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Comedy, Film, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Popdose, Rob Ross, Jon

Fitness-Tracking for Chickens

It might sound comical, but putting a fitness-tracker on chickens may ease the workload of commercial farmers. Now, chicken farmers are required to manually inspect the health of each bird—seeking out mites, signs of parasites and more—but this technology could change that. Using sensors and behavioral knowledge of healthy chickens, the devices would be tucked inside what looks like a tiny backpack to track when …
Tags: Health, Food, Design, Fitness Tracker, Tech, Farming, Chickens, Linkaboutit, Commercial Farming

The Nacho Grater

Between its pyramid shape and glossy golden color, this grater from W&P is certainly a bold kitchen accessory. Thankfully, it’s also functional—with an inverse pyramid handle and four shredding options. Made from plated stainless steel, it’s (of course) food safe, but should be washed by hand.
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Design, Cheese, Gold, Kitchen Accessories, Cheese Graters, Graters, Nacho Grater

Food Matters: These Artists Are Creating Work That’s About, and Made From, Food

For centuries, it’s been both medium and topic; now, an emerging cohort is challenging what it means to play with the most essential material.
Tags: Food, Art, News, Sculpture, Donald, Sophie, Calle, Dana, Roth, Dieter, Judd, Sherwood, Cooking and Cookbooks

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Ninety

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode Ninety As both Rob and Jon gear up for the Thanksgiving holiday feast, here is their gift to you – something to enjoy and savor, like a traditional turkey dinner, for the long holiday weekend!  Another tour de force, as the boys ruminate on such topics as Jacob deGrom’s Cy Young Award triumph in a dismal season for Mets fans; the passing of Marvel comics legend Stan Lee; the post-election continuation of vote counting; the continuing embarrassmen...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Comedy, Film, New York City, Theatre, Sports, Current Events, Rob, Satire, Stan Lee, Popular culture

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Easy-peel avocados, a "Bugsgiving" feast, an all-diamond ring and more from around the internet How and Why the Kilogram Value Changed At this year’s General Conference of Weights and Measures, a collective of 60 countries voted to change the kilogram’s value. Up until this vote, the kilogram was based on a platinum and iridium fragment, called the “Le Grande K,” which is stored in a chamber …
Tags: Food, Jewelry, Science, Design, Bugs, France, Red, Linkaboutit, Link About It, Avocados, Marc Newson, Kilogram, Brooklyn Bugs Festival, Bugsgiving

Atlas Obscura’s Thoughtful “Bugsgiving” Takeaways

One may not be aware that the Thursday before Thanksgiving happens to be “Bugsgiving.” Writer Ella Morton dove into the holiday, at a 10-course banquet in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, spearheaded by chefs Joseph Yoon and David George Gordon and part of the Brooklyn Bugs Festival. The edible insects were aplenty—as are her insights. From lotus chips with scorpions to pear salad with Changbai ants and so much more, Morton explored …
Tags: Food, Cooking, Design, Bugs, Brooklyn, Eating, Insects, Morton, Food + Drink, Linkaboutit, Williamsburg, Atlas Obscura, Williamsburg Brooklyn, Ella Morton, Eating Insects, Changbai

Throw out your romaine lettuce, CDC declares E.coli outbreak

Romaine lettuce is unsafe to eat … again. The CDC is advising people to throw out and avoid eating all romaine lettuce following an E.coli outbreak that has left 32 people sick and 13 people hospitalized across 11 states in the U.S. so far. The CDC along with public health officials across the U.S. and Canada are investigating another outbreak of E.coli connected to romaine lettuce. The center said that consumers should not eat any romaine lettuce, and restaurants and retailers should not serve...
Tags: Health, Food, Design, News, Safety, Cdc, Public Health, Canada, Illness, Outbreak, E.coli, Eat & Drink, Lettuce, Caesar, Romaine Lettuce

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