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What happens when people stop being polite and start getting real?
According to the last few seasons of MTV's "The Real World," they get drunk, hook up and make innumerable questionable decisions.
What happens when strangers come to live on a family farm in rural Arkansas, grow their own food, give up modern-day conveniences and attempt zero waste?
While it may not sound like a compelling reality show by MTV's standards, that's exactly the premise of the independent film, "The Garden Summer," which debuted to a sold-out crowd in Charleston, South Carolina, on April 16. It also premiered in Conway, Arkansas, on May 18.
Inspired by the idea of social capital, then-Georgetown graduate student Hailey Wist came up with an idea for a social experiment that would challenge people like her to live off the land. The ultimate goal was "to inspire, not preach."
Previously - Meat glue – seriously, it's not that scary
A bit more on Transglutaminase (a.k.a. "meat glue") from the smart folks at the French Culinary Institute's blog "Cooking Issues"
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While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
Pull out all the stops - May 23 is National Taffy Day!
One of America’s oldest candies has a mildly misleading name - there’s actually no salt water in taffy. Rumor has it, this common misconception started after a candy company on Atlantic City’s boardwalk flooded with sea water. All the candy maker had left to sell was, quite literally, salt-water soaked taffy. The name stuck, much like the candy sticks to your teeth.
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