Finding Common Ground Between Tagging and Cooking

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via Commercial Observer

A sugar plantation leads to spice.

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via The Atlantic

via NYMag

But until several years ago, the simple Mason jar was more likely to be found in the nooks of grandmothers’ pantries than on retailers’ shelves. It was salvaged from near extinction by businesses eager for a homespun aesthetic in a sturdy, affordable package — many of them hoping to lure the millennials who have fetishized the jars in photographs on Instagram and Pinterest.

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via Eater NY

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July 21st, 2014 Radio Show

  1. m’du - nijalo weekend
  2. chiskop - zonke bonke
  3. nite jewel - hounds of love
  4. allo darlin’ - romance and adventure
  5. literature - new jacket
  6. tanya morgan - rock the bells
  7. betty davis - they say I’m different
  8. julia holter - don’t make me over

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via WNYC Soundcheck

via The Washington Post

 As summer begins to wind down and so does the enjoyment of mid-year delights like lobster rolls and fried clams, we wanted to bring your attention to some of the lesser-known but equally savory gems while there’s still some time left. We sent 10 writers on the hunt for more offbeat summer experiences all around the country. Here’s what they found.

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The Fresh & Onlys Interview: Vietnamese food, slow cooking, and burritos


I spoke with Wymond Miles of The Fresh & Onlys about cooking and eating in the Bay Area, including how to cook pho, get the best produce, and find the most delicious burritos.

Check out his San Francisco food recommendations on our Food Map.

(Full transcribed interview after the break)

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