HandPicks for April 20th
What do tequila and chia pets have in common (besides being the keys to a good Friday night)? They're both part of this week's HandPicks!
Ch-ch-ch-what? Chia seeds have graduated from TV infomercial notoriety to be the new health snack craze. (via NPR.org)
Makizushi gets a laser-cut makeover, courtesy of a Japanese ad agency… (via HuffingtonPost.com)
Honeybees are going straight to the top… of the Waldorf Astoria! A collection of hives are being installed on top of the landmark hotel. (via NYDailyNews.com)
It must have been a tough job, but somebody had to do it… a guide to all things tequila. (via SeriousEats.com)
The Ecocentric blog has been nominated for a Webby award in the Green Category! We're psyched for this great organization to get some much-deserved recognition. (via EcocentricBlog.com)
Happy Friday everyone!
Richard Belanger understands very well the relationship between man and the land.
A bountiful vegetable garden is quite a surprise when it's where the front lawn use to be.
For over four hundred years a simple chile has been at the center of Northern New Mexican culture.
Cynthia Lair explains how to cut an onion and much more.
Joel Salatin talks about what we as individuals can do to make the food system better.