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food52:

A sweet and savory segue to fall.

Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad with Tart Cherries via Love & Lemons

maudelynn:

The Haunted Castle ~ 
via http://sploid.gizmodo.com

maudelynn:

The Haunted Castle ~ 

via http://sploid.gizmodo.com

maudelynn:

Flirty Friday! ~ 1920s French Postcard 

maudelynn:

Flirty Friday! ~ 1920s French Postcard 

food52:

A haiku a day keeps the doctor away.
Read more: A Haiku or Two, on Apples on Food52

food52:

A haiku a day keeps the doctor away.

Read more: A Haiku or Two, on Apples on Food52

pretaportre:

Fendi MFW Spring 2015

Movement was everything in this collection. Skins were finely slashed vertically to create an optical quiver; tattered organdies floated like feathers. There was a subtle shimmer to the film of what looked like perforated plastic that coated a patchworked fur shift.

But it was less the craftsmanship—never in doubt with Fendi—than the attitude on the catwalk that distinguished today’s show. Karl Lagerfeld has become paterfamilias to a whole tribe of bright—and very excitable—young things, like Cara Delevingne, walking exclusively for Fendi in Milan. “She’s a completely new sort of girl,” he said postshow. “Not like anyone who’s come before.” And in response, the collection that he and Silvia do together has taken on a character not like any Fendi that’s come before. In a word, young. Oh, so young. Jackets were cropped, pants were slouched, skirts were hiked. There was denim for the first time on a Fendi runway. And Lagerfeld has come up with a new leitmotif for his girls: the orchid. First introduced in Fall 2014 in corsage form as the romantic echo of another era, it is now printed, woven, embroidered, appliquéd, and even sculpted from suede for Spring 2015. Like time, Lagerfeld waits for no one. | via Style

laboratoryequipment:

Plant Engineered for Better PhotosynthesisA genetically engineered tobacco plant, developed with two genes from blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, holds promise for improving the yields of many food crops.Plants photosynthesize – convert carbon dioxide, water and light into oxygen and sucrose, a sugar used for energy and for building new plant tissue ­– but cyanobacteria can perform photosynthesis significantly more quickly than many crops can.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/plant-engineered-better-photosynthesis

laboratoryequipment:

Plant Engineered for Better Photosynthesis

A genetically engineered tobacco plant, developed with two genes from blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, holds promise for improving the yields of many food crops.

Plants photosynthesize – convert carbon dioxide, water and light into oxygen and sucrose, a sugar used for energy and for building new plant tissue ­– but cyanobacteria can perform photosynthesis significantly more quickly than many crops can.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/plant-engineered-better-photosynthesis

mothernaturenetwork:

Host a tasting party to discover honey varietalsA new tool, the Honey Flavor and Aroma Wheel, will help tasters detect if there is the flavor of cotton candy or smell of locker room in their honey.

mothernaturenetwork:

Host a tasting party to discover honey varietals
A new tool, the Honey Flavor and Aroma Wheel, will help tasters detect if there is the flavor of cotton candy or smell of locker room in their honey.

food52:

A sweet and savory segue to fall.

Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad with Tart Cherries via Love & Lemons

maudelynn:

The Haunted Castle ~ 
via http://sploid.gizmodo.com

maudelynn:

The Haunted Castle ~ 

via http://sploid.gizmodo.com

maudelynn:

Flirty Friday! ~ 1920s French Postcard 

maudelynn:

Flirty Friday! ~ 1920s French Postcard 

food52:

A haiku a day keeps the doctor away.
Read more: A Haiku or Two, on Apples on Food52

food52:

A haiku a day keeps the doctor away.

Read more: A Haiku or Two, on Apples on Food52

laboratoryequipment:

Infographic: The Truth About Fast Food Salads
Sorry! Click here for a larger version: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/infographic-truth-about-fast-food-salads

laboratoryequipment:

Infographic: The Truth About Fast Food Salads

Sorry! Click here for a larger version: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/infographic-truth-about-fast-food-salads

pretaportre:

Fendi MFW Spring 2015

Movement was everything in this collection. Skins were finely slashed vertically to create an optical quiver; tattered organdies floated like feathers. There was a subtle shimmer to the film of what looked like perforated plastic that coated a patchworked fur shift.

But it was less the craftsmanship—never in doubt with Fendi—than the attitude on the catwalk that distinguished today’s show. Karl Lagerfeld has become paterfamilias to a whole tribe of bright—and very excitable—young things, like Cara Delevingne, walking exclusively for Fendi in Milan. “She’s a completely new sort of girl,” he said postshow. “Not like anyone who’s come before.” And in response, the collection that he and Silvia do together has taken on a character not like any Fendi that’s come before. In a word, young. Oh, so young. Jackets were cropped, pants were slouched, skirts were hiked. There was denim for the first time on a Fendi runway. And Lagerfeld has come up with a new leitmotif for his girls: the orchid. First introduced in Fall 2014 in corsage form as the romantic echo of another era, it is now printed, woven, embroidered, appliquéd, and even sculpted from suede for Spring 2015. Like time, Lagerfeld waits for no one. | via Style

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laboratoryequipment:

Plant Engineered for Better PhotosynthesisA genetically engineered tobacco plant, developed with two genes from blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, holds promise for improving the yields of many food crops.Plants photosynthesize – convert carbon dioxide, water and light into oxygen and sucrose, a sugar used for energy and for building new plant tissue ­– but cyanobacteria can perform photosynthesis significantly more quickly than many crops can.Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/plant-engineered-better-photosynthesis

laboratoryequipment:

Plant Engineered for Better Photosynthesis

A genetically engineered tobacco plant, developed with two genes from blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, holds promise for improving the yields of many food crops.

Plants photosynthesize – convert carbon dioxide, water and light into oxygen and sucrose, a sugar used for energy and for building new plant tissue ­– but cyanobacteria can perform photosynthesis significantly more quickly than many crops can.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/09/plant-engineered-better-photosynthesis

mothernaturenetwork:

Host a tasting party to discover honey varietalsA new tool, the Honey Flavor and Aroma Wheel, will help tasters detect if there is the flavor of cotton candy or smell of locker room in their honey.

mothernaturenetwork:

Host a tasting party to discover honey varietals
A new tool, the Honey Flavor and Aroma Wheel, will help tasters detect if there is the flavor of cotton candy or smell of locker room in their honey.

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