It sounds too easy. It looks too easy. And we’d be damned if we didn’t want to spread this sauce on everything, ourselves included.
Ever have a nice meal at a fancy restaurant, plop down $75 for a wild seafood dinner, then get home and open the container of leftovers to see worms wriggling out of your fillet? It may be better to go with farm-raised fish after all.
According to reports, people in line for cronuts at 6AM were not bothered by the sight of a dead man on a public bench.
The usual suspects—frost, fungus, and, cold—have been ruled out, as all signs point to human saboteurs.
On a farm in West Cork in Ireland, surrounded by a frenzy of pigs, cows, and chickens, is where Fingal Ferguson makes world-class handcrafted chef’s knives. His improvised workshop at the back of a cattle shed may seem ramshackle, but his knives are things of rare beauty.
Thomas Talhelm, an assistant professor of behavioral science, is the author of the “rice theory,” which states that people who grow up in rice-farming areas are less individualistic than people from wheat-producing places.