Category: healthyish / trends – This New Chat Line Lets You Text Your Favorite Chefs For Cooking Advice

Dispatching from the Oregon coast…Pulled in 4 Dungeness crabs. @Lucas Sin, seeking your fave crab ideas 2x ways. The message from Portland culinary producer Liz Calderón popped up on my phone beneath photographic evidence: four hefty crabs on a weathered dock, plus a sunny seascape that set my very cold New-York-in-February soul ablaze with envy. – As The Plant-Based Movement Grows, Puerto Rican Restaurants Are Veganizing Their Menus

Casa Borinqueña has been feeding Oakland locals hungry for island cuisine since 2018. The pop-up and catering business won devout fans with pernil, shrimp mofongo, chicharrón de cerdo, and tostones con pollo. But last summer, Chef Lulu (who asked to be attributed by her first name) shocked, and in some cases angered, the small community – This Online Buy Nothing Group Taught Me the Joy and Solidarity of, Well, Buying Nothing

When was the last time you borrowed a cup of sugar or a stick of butter from a neighbor? The gesture sounds so nostalgic yet feels so foreign to many of us, especially amid the isolation of the pandemic. But in my Los Angeles neighborhood, these things flow from household to household with ease. Many – How Designer Ellen Van Dusen Lives In Technicolor

This article is part of Healthyish at Home, a collection of tips, recipes, and stories about making our living spaces (still) feel great.  If months of staring at my living room walls didn’t weaken minimalism’s appeal, one look at designer Ellen Van Dusen’s gloriously over-the-top Brooklyn brownstone did. The founder of beloved ultra-saturated brand Dusen – The Best Candles, Sprays, and Incense to Lift Your Mood

This article is part of Healthyish at Home, our expert-sourced guide to making our living spaces feel great.  Incense isn’t just essential for clearing the air of last night’s salmon. “Especially if we’re not leaving home much, you can create different emotional and psychological environments by using scent,” says neuroscientist Rachel Herz, Ph.D., author of – Finally: Non-Alcoholic Beer That Actually Tastes Good

Non-alcoholic beer used to feel like an afterthought, thrown at the bottom of beer lists or onto the most out-of-reach shelf at the liquor store. Because, to be quite frank, non-alcoholic beer was an afterthought. As the availability and quality of craft beer skyrocketed over the past decade, non-drinkers and the sober-curious were stuck with – This Snail Photo Book Is The Cutest Thing I’ve Seen All Year

Escapism comes in many forms right now, from reminiscing about karaoke-fueled holiday parties from years past to marathoning every episode of Gossip Girl. (Catch me doing both at once and try not to judge.) Now I have a new source of daydream fuel: Snail World, an adorably surreal book of miniature dioramas starring a surprisingly – 41 Healthy Paleo Recipes That Everyone at the Table Will Love

We love to cook for our family and friends, but menu planning can be tricky when you need paleo recipes for one guest and you can’t remember who doesn’t eat meat and who won’t touch a legume. Paleo is one of the most common diets out there right now, and it involves cooking without grains, – These Tea Companies Helmed By Asian-American Are Creating a More Transparent Industry

Those people behind the tea often get a raw deal. The supply chain for tea is lengthy; leaves are picked, processed, sold at auction, blended and packaged, and delivered to retail, with middlemen taking their cuts at each step of the process. With a box of 100 tea bags selling in grocery stores for $4,

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