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How food — yes, food — can be a tool for social change — ideas.ted.com

Chef David Hertz is trying to build a movement that uses food to create jobs, increase empathy, and even address inequality. via How food — yes, food — can be a tool for social change — ideas.ted.com Advertisements

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Trying Japan’s Famous Black Ramen

Taiki’s ramen in Toyama, Japan is unlike anything you’ve ever seen or tasted. Considered to be some of the best ramen in the country, its noodles sit in a jet-black soup. Whereas traditional ramen broth is created using pork or … Continue reading

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How to Make a Mini Barbecue from an Aluminum Can – Faith is Torment

For those of us lacking a spacious garden to do some grilling outdoors, YouTuber Mr Useful demonstrates how to transform an ordinary aluminum can into a functional mini-barbecue.[…]

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Incredible Architectural Designs and Fantastical Flowers Made From Chocolate by Pastry Chef Amaury Guichon

Amaury Guichon  is an international pastry chef and consultant based in Las Vegas who has sculpted unbelievable chocolate creations during the last decade of his career. Recently the talented confection artist completed a Greek Atlas with an armillary sphere on his … Continue reading

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Before Sushi, There Was Funazushi

The type of sushi you’re probably most familiar with is haya-nare, a quick form of sushi made and consumed within a day using vinegared rice and raw fish. But there’s a second type of sushi that takes a little longer … Continue reading

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Pao de Queijo

(6 servings) Preparation Time: 10 minutes (Additional 15 minutes for dough to rest) Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 45 minutes Introducing Brazilian cuisine month with the ever favorite pao de queijo. The main ingredients for this recipe are tapioca … Continue reading

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The Chef Cooking Up Giant Carp, 20-Pound Rats, and Other Invasive Species – Atlas Obscura

They’re a problem, but they’re also dinner. ASIAN CARP ARE BIG FISH: big in size, and big in numbers. Originally imported to the American south in the 1970s as cleaners of ponds and wastewater facilities, they escaped into the Mississippi … Continue reading

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This Much Will Kill You

A lot of things can kill you – but here are some surprising ones! This Much Will Kill You PART 2: https://youtu.be/IPrndNZ4m6w

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From Montréal to Manchester: how we fell in love with poutine | I Love Manchester (MCR)

As a city that already loves its chips doused with gravy, it’s not surprising to see that Manchester has embraced poutine. Canada’s national dish and the ultimate comfort food, poutine consists of French fries, squeaky fresh cheese curds and gravy, … Continue reading

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In 1848 A French Commune Built an Interconnected Treehouse Cabaret Based on Swiss Family Robinson- Colossal

For over a century, Parisians were drawn out of the city and into the neighboring village of Le Plessis-Piquet to experience charming summer evenings among the township’s tall trees. What started as open air dancehalls called “guinguettes,” turned into treehouse cabarets … Continue reading

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