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I’m not really against food coloring, but I’ll happily go the natural route when possible. There are so many amazing colors in food — so why not use them? There are some brands that are now selling natural food colorings, but I love to DIY. There are a few points to keep in mind if you want to try it yourself at home. 1. Choose the source of color Sources for natural......read more

Studio Gorm: Flow 2

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A multifunctional kitchen station with green touches galore.

Live in an unfinished loft? Check out this perfect little kitchen station we spotted over at Core77. Created by Dutch design firm Studio Gorm, the Flow 2 is a fully kitted-out "living kitchen" that merges nature and tech. The brilliantly-designed, highly compact kitchen is an ideal space for prepping food, complete with neat touches like a cutting board that slides forward to reveal the......read more

Short Circuit by Gaspard Tine-Beres

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A quirky collection of kitchen appliances made from recycled components and cork

Our world of cheap, disposable hosuehold goods is a sad state of affairs. Think about it. You buy, say, a new toaster, which lasts maybe three years before kicking the bucket. It's probably not hard to fix but it's easier to buy another cheap one, so you get rid of it (hopefully at an electronics recycler). And on it goes. French product designer Gaspard Tiné-Berè intercedes in......read more

Skitchen

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By Paris-based photographer Benoit Jammes

This is the sort of thing that happens when you leave the kitchen: the fruits and vegetables put on their skates and they use the kitchen as a skate park. This fun series of photos highlights the secret sporting life of food when you're not looking. Benoit Jammes is a conceptual artist and photographer based in Paris. - See more at Faith is Torment....read more

Epicurious: SHFT Mobile Kitchen Classroom

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At Epi-Log, Adrian discusses our delicious new non-profit project

SHFT Mobile Kitchen Classroom is a new nonprofit organization that provides high school students in New York City with the opportunity to learn basic cooking skills and prepare healthy, affordable, and delicious meals.  Under the effort, SHFT will operate a fully-equipped, mobile teaching kitchen that will travel to schools, health fairs, and other sites in order to teach about food,......read more

Is Lyfe Kitchen the Sustainable McDonald's?

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Former Golden Arches execs look to bring health to fast food

The big dude with the tattoos and a bad case of five o’clock shadow served up a plate of roasted kabocha squash, organic brussels sprouts, and free-range chicken breast. None of this would have been worth noting had the dish been just another locavore delicacy, prepared by just another hipster chef, during just another lunch hour here among the food-obsessed in Palo Alto,......read more

Hell's Kitchen Farm Project

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NYC farming program uses church roof to grow fresh produce

Hallelujah! A baptist church in a neglected Manhattan neighbourhood has entered the urban farming game, with a 1,000 square foot rooftop garden that's producing abundant fruit and veg for the church's busy food pantry. Located in Hell's Kitchen between the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the Lincoln Tunnel, the Metro Baptist Church is as far removed from rural farm life as it gets. But with......read more

Overdue Love for Underrated Fennel

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From City Kitchen, a versatile baked fennel dish that delights and surprises

There was a time not so long ago that fennel was scarcely available except in specialty markets. Today, you can find it in the produce section of most supermarkets, right alongside the carrots and celery. With a vague flavor of black licorice, the elegant and curvacious bulb has plenty of uses in the kitchen.  Even so, fennel is still underappreciated in North America, especially compared......read more

Thai Soba Noodle Bowl

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Sprouted Kitchen's pan-Asian noodle bonanza

In our humble opinion, Japanese soba noodles are the creme de la creme of Asian noodles. Served warm or cold, the squarish buckwheat noodles find their way into an inordinate amount of our home-cooked meals. At Sprouted Kitchen, Sara Forte combines Japanese and Thai culinary influences with this warming noodle bowl that brings together the best of both worlds. Catch SK's Thal Soba Noodle Bowl......read more

Caramelized Cauliflower Soup

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A warming winter soup from Sprouted Kitchen

Are we all in agreement that roasted vegetables are far superior to steamed ones? Good. This Caramelized Cauliflower Soup from top-dog food blog Sprouted Kitchen eschews steamed cauliflower in favour of a roasting process that turns the florets' edges a beautiful golden-brown. The soup's a surefire lunch hit for a cool winter's day. Here's the SK recipe: CARAMELIZED CAULIFLOWER......read more

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