Brooklyn Bouillon | NYT

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  1. This New York Times video depicts a local business, Brooklyn Bouillon, which is building an market for the whole animal.
  2. Ingenious tips to make your produce last longer.
  3. Why “farm-to-table” isn’t enough, an op-ed by Dan Barber of Blue Hill.
  4. This minimal immersion circulator is at the top of my wish list.
  5. Act smart, look smart: 7 hand gestures to make you seem intellectual.
  6. Millions of thanks to Vik at Thakor Films for sending this awesome cover my way.
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Preserving Lemons |Nowness

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  1. This beautiful video demonstrates the age old practice of preserving lemons.
  2. Vice gives a heads up on how to eat well when your super broke.
  3. I agree with the Michael Ruhlman that there is little reason for most to limit salt consumption.
  4. I might replace the dishtowel between my hot dish and the table with this neat ombré trivet.
  5. David Epstein’s Ted Talk questions whether athletic improvements have really been so impressive.
  6. We don’t all speak the same language: illustrations of 11 foreign words that don’t translate.
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  1. How to not blow your budget at Whole Foods.
  2. A charming and inspirational video of Daniel Boulud talking about his signature dish.
  3. A minty little salad to use up the best spring produce.
  4. I can’t wait for my first CSA box to arrive. Find out about CSA‘s and how to join one near you.
  5. Advice on mental toughness from some amazing athletes.
  6. I agree: the only problem with John Oliver‘s new show is that I want more of it.