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Of course, notes Iyengar, there are drawbacks to any major development, no matter how good its intentions, and some local organizers in Pittsburgh have doubts about the project’s long-term benefits. “Any time you create value in a neighborhood, property prices go up, and when property prices go up, that’s usually a signal for displacement,” she – Sparkly Ginger Margarita Recipe | Bon Appétit

Enjoy! * Ginger syrup should be easy to find at most grocery stores (and some liquor stores) but you can also make your own out of 1 cup sugar, 1 cup peeled and sliced ginger, ¾ cup water. Mix together, bring to a boil, simmer 15 minutes, steep for an hour and voila! Source link – Plant Kween Is Here to Help Our Houseplants Thrive

This article is part of Healthyish at Home, a collection of tips, recipes, and stories about making our living spaces (still) feel great.  If you’re not already following Christopher Griffin, a.k.a. @plantkween, on Instagram, know this: The possibility of making your life at least 10 percent more joyous is only a screen tap away. Since – Chef Maricela Vega Shows Us How to Love Eating Plants In the Winter

Ask Maricela Vega what drives her cooking and she’ll talk about relationships. Relationships with farmers, with community, with family and ancestors and the earth itself. “Food doesn’t just magically appear,” she says. “I rely on so many to do what I do.” For the chef at Atlanta restaurant 8ARM and founder of Chicomecóatl, an organization – I Can’t Go to Dallas to Eat Khao Noodle Shop Beef Jerky…But It Can Come to Me

This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to what people in the food industry are obsessed with eating, drinking, and buying right now. Back in June of 2019 (was that last year…or like five days ago? I could not tell you), I got to spend a long weekend gallivanting around the city of Dallas, our – Everything That Goes Into a Hot, Luscious Bowl of Mohinga at Brooklyn’s Rangoon

In Rangoon, Burma (also known as Yangon, Myanmar—it’s complicated), mohinga is breakfast. “Every morning, street vendors serve it out of steamy pots as big as bathtubs,” says Myo Moe. “People stop by on their way to work or school, or visit the local mohinga stall for early lunch—it’s always packed.” At Rangoon the restaurant, however, – In a Prius on the Edge of Sanity

AT AGE 27, fresh off a three-year stint in Northern Thailand, low on cash, and completely unsure of what to do with the rest of my life, I embarked on a road trip. This was not just any road trip. This was not a casual four-hour jaunt with a stop along the way for lobster – Sage Collective in Lower Manhattan Is the Most Thoughtfully Curated Shop in New York

The first time I stepped into Sage Collective, an airy tearoom in Lower Manhattan, it was one of those freezing winter days where the wind whistles between rows of skyscrapers, worming its way into whatever not-warm-enough thing you’re wearing as you push through the icy vortex. But inside Sage, it was warm and bright. I

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