How high end professional chefs have translated their craft to the home cook and how to make home cooked food well, via NYT.
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Video: take an adventure with an entomophagist, an insect eater, via The Perennial Plate.
Come see Ruhlman at The Publican on Wednesday, October 12 at 5:00pm.
Scientists may soon be able to grow artificial meat in labs by merging pig stem cells and horse foetus serum. Frankenburger Lives, via the Telegraph UK.
I love benevolent crazy people, people who just do things because they have to. Sometimes they make sense (Dickson Despommier and vertical farming). Sometimes they make no sense at all (making a farm and raising livestock in urban Oakland, which is what Novella Carpenter did—totally crazy, and she wrote a fabulous book about it called Farm City). I know benevolent insanity the moment I hear it and I heard it the moment I heard Prescott Frost’s voice: “Every acre I can change from corn to grass, the better. It’s the only way we’re going to change this train wreck that we have now,” he told me by phone last week. He was calm and direct. “My mission is to change agriculture, to rip up the corn and put it to pasture.” Easier said than done, of Read On »