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Kale should never be on a turkey sandwich #cafeteriafood (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Kale should never be on a turkey sandwich #cafeteriafood (at The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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momofuku:

another clip from marco pierre white's 1980s show, “marco.” 

spoiler: young gordon ramsay getting yelled at to the tune of chris rea’s “working on it.”

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For Kelis, Music Is Back On The Menu ]

And the album is all about FOOD. (Plus she has a cooking show debuting on the Cooking channel.)

The cupcake ATM

The cupcake ATM

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Turning Bacon Into Bombs: The American Fat Salvage Committee

It turns out that bacon fat is good for more than sprucing up bitter greens—it’s also pretty good for making bombs. And during World War II, handing over cooking fat to the government was doing your patriotic duty.
The American Fat Salvage Committee was created to urge housewives to save all the excess fat rendered from cooking and donate it to the army to produce explosives. As explained to Minnie Mouse and Pluto in one wartime video, fats are used to make glycerin, and glycerin is used to make things blow up.
Read more. [Image: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration]

theatlantic:

Turning Bacon Into Bombs: The American Fat Salvage Committee

It turns out that bacon fat is good for more than sprucing up bitter greens—it’s also pretty good for making bombs. And during World War II, handing over cooking fat to the government was doing your patriotic duty.

The American Fat Salvage Committee was created to urge housewives to save all the excess fat rendered from cooking and donate it to the army to produce explosives. As explained to Minnie Mouse and Pluto in one wartime video, fats are used to make glycerin, and glycerin is used to make things blow up.

Read more. [Image: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration]

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It’s all about the sizzle.

Read more: The Best Way to Brown Meat on Food52.

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Chef Eric Ripert on how Buddhism influences his cooking.

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Artisanal L.A. tickets - Discount Price $5-$15

A weekend-long celebration of all things independent, Artisanal LA is the place to discover the best indie food items and unique home goods. With over 200 makers and demonstrators, you can learn about everything DIY, from craft beer to canning or setting up your home garden. Don’t forget to grab a bite to eat at the cafe or food truck stop. Skylight Books will be hosting several authors, including local chefs and cookbook authors Suzanne Goin (AOC, Lucques) and Nancy Silverton (La Brea Bakery, Mozza). There’s delicious finds for all tastes — from meat lovers and chocoholics to vegans and the gluten intolerant. Throughout the weekend there will also be complimentary beverages, craft beer and spirits tasting for those age 21 and over, art installations, craft areas for kids and adults, giveaways and plenty of shopping.

Buy tix on Goldstar here.

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