Box lunch: The history of California rolls and food forests
March 8th, 2012
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Sink your teeth into today's top stories from around the globe.

  • Unrolling the history of the now-ubiquitous California roll. - Gourmet Live


  • Diet Coke names Jean Paul Gaultier – "a fizzy fashion personality if ever there was one" - as the soda brand's new creative director in Europe. WWD


  • Tracie McMillan now knows what it's like to be a fruit picker. Spoiler alert: It's excruciatingly hard. - The Atlantic



  • If history has anything to do with it, beer will cure what ales ails you. - Philly.com
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  1. Evil Grin

    Food forests are a good idea. I hope it works out and more spring up.

    I know people who make their yards edible, planting fruit trees, berry bushes and edible grasses, but I like the concept of a public foraging grounds where people can go and pick some apples for a picnic, or if their family needs it.

    March 8, 2012 at 1:37 pm | Reply

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