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Caribbean Crisis: How Eating Lionfish Can Help Save The Planet
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Caribbean Crisis: How Eating Lionfish Can Help Save The Planet

One of the sea’s gnarliest looking creatures, the lionfish appears like a crazy cross between a zebra, butterfly and Egyptian Pharaoh with bold stripes, a sourpuss mouth and ornate tentacles fit for Cairo’s ancient rulers. Unfortunately, the appetite and hunting prowess of a lionfish is just as impressive as its […]

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Ancient Grains: How A Makeshift Bakehouse And Experimental Garden Are Changing Our Perspective On Food
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Ancient Grains: How A Makeshift Bakehouse And Experimental Garden Are Changing Our Perspective On Food

In 2007, a collective called Futurefarmers instigated a demonstration garden in front of San Francisco’s City Hall. This Victory Garden was a constellation of 10 different garden projects in the Bay Area, demonstrating the diversity of urban farming practices funded by the cities of San Francisco and Oakland. Out of […]

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Sweet Nectar's bread pudding. Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa.
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This Fort Lauderdale Restaurant Is Too Good Not To Mention

In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, when exploring the Las Olas restaurants scene, make sure to stop by an artisanal venue worth the trip in itself: Sweet Nectar Charcoal and Spirits. After walking along the beachfront and seeing so many chain restaurants, it was a joy to discover Las Olas, filled with […]

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Exploring Italy In NYC Through Regional Farmhouse Cooking
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Exploring Italy In NYC Through Regional Farmhouse Cooking

Hell’s Kitchen may not be Manhattan’s quietest neighborhood; however, one venue offers the chance to transport yourself to authentic Italy. At Tavola, regional farmhouse cooking — mainly focusing on Puglia, Sicily and Rome — and a simple but high-quality wine menu delight guests’ senses, while a 7,000-pound wood burning double oven […]

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Quirky Made-From-Scratch Ice Cream In Brooklyn (Chorizo Caramel Swirl, Anyone?)
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Quirky Made-From-Scratch Ice Cream In Brooklyn (Chorizo Caramel Swirl, Anyone?)

The first thing that will jump out at you when visiting Brooklyn’s OddFellows Ice Cream Co. website is their array of quirky flavors. It isn’t everyday you see flavors like Tobacco Leaf Smoked Chili Huckleberry; Beet Pistachio Honey Goat Cheese; Coconut, Cream Cheese & Carrot Cake; and Sesame Kumquat Pumpernickel. […]

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