These are actually the bee’s knees.
What the World Eats for Breakfast
Could I recreate and consume every one?
Chocolate by Windell Oskay
MSG PRESENTS The Rise of Chocolate: The Heated History of the World’s #1 CandyTuesday, March 25th Doors @ 7:30
Littlefield, Gowanus, Brooklyn
RSVP PLZ This month MSG tackles the world’s most popular candy: chocolate!We’ll track the history of chocolate from its roots as an ancient Mesoamerican beverage to its current world-championship status. You’ll learn how a…
About 500 years ago, some genius had the idea to strap improvised rocket packs to the backs of small animals to create the world’s next super weapon. It was only recently that University of Pennsylvania researchers uncovered the plot.
Well, technically they’re bombs. But it’s still ridiculous and amazing.
Join us on March 16 for a sneak peek inside the process of launching a food business, with Stef Ferrari of Hay Rosie Ice Cream. From distribution to branding, and from navigating state regulations to finding capital, we’ll get a glimpse at what it takes to bring your product to the public.
California, supplier of nearly half of all US fruits, veggies, and nuts, is on track to experience the driest year in the past half millennium. Farms use about 80 percent of the state’s “developed water,” or water that’s moved from its natural source to other areas via pipes and aqueducts.
As the maps above show, much of California’s agriculture is concentrated in the parts of the state that the drought has hit the hardest. For example: Monterey County, which is currently enduring an “exceptional drought,” according to the US Drought Monitor, grew nearly half of America’s lettuce and broccoli in 2012. [Source]
Recipe testing Warm vanilla cakes, photo by Jaya Saxena. There’s a lovely article about me on…