*from NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette

*from NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette


How To Stay Sober When All Your Friends Drink

Who Are the Most Powerful Families in the Food Business? - Bon Appétit

artmusicvegan:

Chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry's latest cookbook 'Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean and Southern Flavors Remixed' is scheduled for release on April 8, 2014. In this groundbreaking cookbook Terry draws from African, Caribbean, and Southern food to create over 100 enticing vegan dishes. You can pre-order 'Afro-Vegan' via Amazon, iBooks, Google Books, IndieBound and Barnes & Noble.
The national book launch party will take place in Oakland, CA at Impact Hub on April 9, 2014, but you can also check Terry as he tours throughout the US (and a few venues in the Caribbean) in support of the new book.
"Rising star chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry is known for his simple, creative, and delicious vegan dishes inspired by African American cooking. In this landmark cookbook, he remixes foods of the African diaspora to create exciting and approachable recipes such as Jamaican Patties Stuffed with Maque Choux, Berebere-Spiced Black-Eyed Pea Sliders, Crispy Teff-Grit Cakes with Eggplant, Tomatoes, and Peanuts, and Groundnut Stew with Winter Vegetables and Cornmeal Dumplings. He also explores key African ingredients that are popular in Caribbean and Southern dishes—like okra—tracing their history and giving them cultural context. Afro-Vegan will delight Bryant Terry fans; vegetarians and vegans looking for exciting new recipes; cooks interested in African, Afro-Caribbean, and Southern cuisine; and health- and eco-conscious eaters."

artmusicvegan:

Chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry's latest cookbook 'Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean and Southern Flavors Remixed' is scheduled for release on April 8, 2014. In this groundbreaking cookbook Terry draws from African, Caribbean, and Southern food to create over 100 enticing vegan dishes. You can pre-order 'Afro-Vegan' via AmazoniBooksGoogle Books, IndieBound and Barnes & Noble.

The national book launch party will take place in Oakland, CA at Impact Hub on April 9, 2014, but you can also check Terry as he tours throughout the US (and a few venues in the Caribbean) in support of the new book.

"Rising star chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry is known for his simple, creative, and delicious vegan dishes inspired by African American cooking. In this landmark cookbook, he remixes foods of the African diaspora to create exciting and approachable recipes such as Jamaican Patties Stuffed with Maque Choux, Berebere-Spiced Black-Eyed Pea Sliders, Crispy Teff-Grit Cakes with Eggplant, Tomatoes, and Peanuts, and Groundnut Stew with Winter Vegetables and Cornmeal Dumplings. He also explores key African ingredients that are popular in Caribbean and Southern dishes—like okra—tracing their history and giving them cultural context. Afro-Vegan will delight Bryant Terry fans; vegetarians and vegans looking for exciting new recipes; cooks interested in African, Afro-Caribbean, and Southern cuisine; and health- and eco-conscious eaters."


Spring Produce Guide: Asparagus

In season now: asparagus



Just completed The Omnivore’s Dilemma.

A solid read on the American food culture and how it was influenced vastly by the modernisation of food production and the heightened demand for convenient food. Michael Pollan makes the conscious effort to follow various dietary experiences and see what tolls they take on the environment, vegetation, animals and humans all involved in the meals plates throughout the United States.



Inside The Food Court Madness At Flushing's New World Mall

By far some of the tastiest Asian cuisine I’ve ever encountered.  If ever wandering into Flushing, go in and indulge!


This drowsiness isn’t from medication; it’s from a lack of caffeine. Welcome back to my body, espresso.



I feel most sexy while cooking
(Especially if there’s somebody handsome to cook for).



As much as I love French cinema and General Tso’s Tofu, I managed to lose my appetite around 5 minutes into the second sex scene….

As much as I love French cinema and General Tso’s Tofu, I managed to lose my appetite around 5 minutes into the second sex scene….


pbsamericanmasters:

“Teaching kids how to feed themselves and how to live in a community responsibly is the center of an education.” ― Alice Waters‪ 
Here are two mouth-watering recipes from the famed restraunteur. 

pbsamericanmasters:

“Teaching kids how to feed themselves and how to live in a community responsibly is the center of an education.” ― Alice Waters 

Here are two mouth-watering recipes from the famed restraunteur



pokemoncap:

alright snorlax calm the fuck down

pokemoncap:

alright snorlax calm the fuck down


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