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mothernaturenetwork:

3 out of every 4 products in the grocery store contain some form of corn. This infographic shows how the use of corn for fuel and food has increased dramatically over the past 30-plus years and how it affects everything from our weight to the environment.

mothernaturenetwork:

3 out of every 4 products in the grocery store contain some form of corn. This infographic shows how the use of corn for fuel and food has increased dramatically over the past 30-plus years and how it affects everything from our weight to the environment.

The Secret World of Arrietty

(Source: aprettyfire, via japanlove)

thegreatpotatoking:

This is the single most important invention of 2014. No question about it.

(Source: pedalfar, via discoverynews)

food52:

The Canal House co-founders dish on the best cheap rose, make-ahead meals, and why anchovies are just so damn good. 

Read More: Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton on Italian Food and Inspiration on Food52

asylum-art:

Junko Mori: Steel Sculptures

artist on tumblr

Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1974, Junko Mori is a Japanese metal worker; she graduated from Musashino Art University with a BA in three-dimensional design. After working for a year as a welder in a factory, she moved on to studying silversmithing and metal work at Camberwell College of Arts in London. She is known for her organic, minimalist design.

(via asylum-art)

food52:

Drizzle your way back to childhood, no artificial ingredients necessary.

Read More: How to Make Strawberry Syrup from Scratch on Food52

masterchefonfox:

Sweet Basil Lassi
Submitted to MasterChef by jerryjamesstone
Sometimes the best recipes are just the simplest. Frothy, crisp, and refreshing, this lassi brings a Thai-twist to the traditional yogurt based drink. And don’t worry, no Thai basil is required.
1 cup greek yogurt
1/2 cup milk (conventional or rice)
3 tablespoons sugar
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
5 fresh mint leaves
1. Add half of the yogurt, half of the milk, 2 tablespoons of sugar, the basil leaves and the mint leaves to a blender. Blend well and pour into an ice filled glass.
2. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender, and blend well.
3. Pour the blended lassi into the glass, creating the floated look. Garnish with fresh basil and enjoy!

masterchefonfox:

Sweet Basil Lassi

Submitted to MasterChef by jerryjamesstone

Sometimes the best recipes are just the simplest. Frothy, crisp, and refreshing, this lassi brings a Thai-twist to the traditional yogurt based drink. And don’t worry, no Thai basil is required.

  • 1 cup greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup milk (conventional or rice)
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
  • 5 fresh mint leaves

1. Add half of the yogurt, half of the milk, 2 tablespoons of sugar, the basil leaves and the mint leaves to a blender. Blend well and pour into an ice filled glass.

2. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender, and blend well.

3. Pour the blended lassi into the glass, creating the floated look. Garnish with fresh basil and enjoy!

(via mothernaturenetwork)

mexicanfoodporn:

#LA (at Urban Lights - Lacma)

mexicanfoodporn:

#LA (at Urban Lights - Lacma)

mothernaturenetwork:

3 out of every 4 products in the grocery store contain some form of corn. This infographic shows how the use of corn for fuel and food has increased dramatically over the past 30-plus years and how it affects everything from our weight to the environment.

mothernaturenetwork:

3 out of every 4 products in the grocery store contain some form of corn. This infographic shows how the use of corn for fuel and food has increased dramatically over the past 30-plus years and how it affects everything from our weight to the environment.

The Secret World of Arrietty

(Source: aprettyfire, via japanlove)

thegreatpotatoking:

This is the single most important invention of 2014. No question about it.

(Source: pedalfar, via discoverynews)

food52:

The Canal House co-founders dish on the best cheap rose, make-ahead meals, and why anchovies are just so damn good. 

Read More: Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton on Italian Food and Inspiration on Food52

giantpantsofthe30s:

Mitzi Green, 1931
photo by Otto Dyar

giantpantsofthe30s:

Mitzi Green, 1931

photo by Otto Dyar

asylum-art:

Junko Mori: Steel Sculptures

artist on tumblr

Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1974, Junko Mori is a Japanese metal worker; she graduated from Musashino Art University with a BA in three-dimensional design. After working for a year as a welder in a factory, she moved on to studying silversmithing and metal work at Camberwell College of Arts in London. She is known for her organic, minimalist design.

(via asylum-art)

food52:

Drizzle your way back to childhood, no artificial ingredients necessary.

Read More: How to Make Strawberry Syrup from Scratch on Food52

masterchefonfox:

Sweet Basil Lassi
Submitted to MasterChef by jerryjamesstone
Sometimes the best recipes are just the simplest. Frothy, crisp, and refreshing, this lassi brings a Thai-twist to the traditional yogurt based drink. And don’t worry, no Thai basil is required.
1 cup greek yogurt
1/2 cup milk (conventional or rice)
3 tablespoons sugar
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
5 fresh mint leaves
1. Add half of the yogurt, half of the milk, 2 tablespoons of sugar, the basil leaves and the mint leaves to a blender. Blend well and pour into an ice filled glass.
2. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender, and blend well.
3. Pour the blended lassi into the glass, creating the floated look. Garnish with fresh basil and enjoy!

masterchefonfox:

Sweet Basil Lassi

Submitted to MasterChef by jerryjamesstone

Sometimes the best recipes are just the simplest. Frothy, crisp, and refreshing, this lassi brings a Thai-twist to the traditional yogurt based drink. And don’t worry, no Thai basil is required.

  • 1 cup greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup milk (conventional or rice)
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
  • 5 fresh mint leaves

1. Add half of the yogurt, half of the milk, 2 tablespoons of sugar, the basil leaves and the mint leaves to a blender. Blend well and pour into an ice filled glass.

2. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender, and blend well.

3. Pour the blended lassi into the glass, creating the floated look. Garnish with fresh basil and enjoy!

(via mothernaturenetwork)

mexicanfoodporn:

#LA (at Urban Lights - Lacma)

mexicanfoodporn:

#LA (at Urban Lights - Lacma)

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