A few of my favorite finds and reads for May:
~ The clean fifteen and the dirty dozen, prettified by Montreal graphic designer Simon L’Archevêque for Bernard Lavallée’s Nutrtionniste Urbain.
~ I took part in a filmed discussion on food blogs (in French; I start talking 17 minutes in).
~ Bee collapse mystery: scientists may have found the culprit; now you can sign the petition to ban it in the EU.
~ Behavioral science is interested in how you eat your sushi: favorite first or favorite last?
~ The resurgence of home fermenting. I myself have enthusiastically experiemented with sourdough bread, yogurt, kefir (tibicos), beet kvass, kombucha, and fermented pickles. What about you?
~ If it drives you nuts how often you’re advised to throw out perfectly fixable appliances, Repair Cafés are for you.
~ The tasting menu at Dovetail in NYC, in 60 beautiful seconds.
~ Eyes are bigger than your stomach? This Swiss all-you-can-eat restaurant will fine you for it.
~ A French crowd-funding platform devoted to food-related projects.
~ In which I learn that my favorite number is, in fact, the world’s favorite favorite number.
~ How to make a salad with a pair of scissors and an exacto knife, by the talented Jessie Kanelos Weiner.
~ Easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs in the pressure cooker.
~ What happens when you request a doggy bag in France.