Wednesday May 31, 2023

Atlanta, Georgia, Weekend Guide: Black History, Food Tours, and Orchids

Drive 10 minutes east to the High Museum of Art, a sprawling Midtown campus with buildings designed by Pritzker Prize–winners Richard Meier and Renzo Piano and a collection of 18,000-plus artworks, including an Auguste Rodin bronze in the courtyard. (Visitor numbers are currently limited, so be sure to reserve your ticket in advance.) 

Hang around Midtown and grab pizza at Slim & Husky’s, where the bold murals are sure to catch your attention. Hip hop and R&B serve as inspirations for this restaurant, meaning you’ll find pizzas like the meat-topped Cee No Green and the vegan Nothin But

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Trending Food Cold Chain Market 2021: COVID-19 Outbreak Impact Analysis

The Food Cold Chain market report [5 Years Forecast 2021-2026] focuses on the COVID19 Outbreak Impact analysis of key points influencing the growth of the market.

The global Food Cold Chain market is expected to surge at a steady CAGR in the coming years, states the latest Report Hive Research report. The report begins with the market summary, Food Cold Chain trade chain structure, former and current market size in conjunction with Food Cold Chain business opportunities in coming back years, an increase in technological innovation, offer demand and lack, numerous drivers and restraining factors pull the industry setting.

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Food Network debuting cannabis cooking show ‘Chopped 420’

The Food Network has high hopes for cannabis content.

The network is launching “Chopped 420,” a new twist on its cooking competition “Chopped,” which will task contestants to cook with cannabis, Deadline reported.

The network is launching "Chopped 420," a new twist on its cooking competition "Chopped." (iStock). 

The network is launching “Chopped 420,” a new twist on its cooking competition “Chopped.”

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Food waste, a paradox the European Union is determined to solve

Food waste is a serious problem and we’re paying a dear price for it, but the European Union has many ideas on how to stop it.

29 tonnes of carrots dumped on the ground in front of London’s Goldsmiths University. The provocative installation Grounding, the brainchild of Spanish artist Rafael Pérez Evans, was created in autumn 2020. The performance, however, didn’t go to waste as the vegetables were re-used as animal feed. However, the same can’t be said for the food we buy without needing it (perhaps falling prey to a 3-for-2 deal), or the fruit that goes mouldy

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Take A Tour Of Italy’s Culinary Wonders On A Ducati Scrambler

From the initial COVID-19 outbreak in March, 2020, to the surges in summer and fall, travel policies haven’t been conducive to globetrotting. To help escape the monotony of an endless lockdown, some travel vicariously. YouTube is the perfect platform for such a virtual escape and olive oil importer David Dellanave takes us on a tour of Italy’s culinary contributions with From the Source.

Now, if you’re going to travel through Italy’s Motor Valley, you’d be remiss not to do it aboard a Ducati. The Borgo Panigale brand epitomizes the region’s craftsmanship and tradition, and there’s no better soundtrack to

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Here’s a list of Utah restaurants, bars, bakeries and food truck owned by Asian women

It’s hard to imagine where Utah’s dining industry would be without the hard work — and talent — of Asian women.

They own and operate dozens of our favorite restaurants, bars, bakeries and food trucks. Their eateries bring us sushi, pad thai and K-pop fries as well as grilled hamburgers, Louisiana-style crawfish and artisan bread.

Utah diners were thinking about many of these female business owners last week, after a series of shootings at three Atlanta-area spas.

Authorities are still investigating the motive behind the shootings that left eight people dead, including six Asian women. But the killings reverberated around

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