When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sport, and most of all, food.
Here’s what we’re into this week:
1) The Best Pumpkin Spice Recipes on the Internet | Tasting Table
Fall is in full swing, and while the weather can’t quite make up its mind, we have: It’s time for pumpkin everything! This culmination of all the best pumpkin-related recipes sold us hook line and sinker.
2) The Fats You Don’t Need to Fear, and the Carbs That You Do | New York Times
Engrained in the American culture is a fear of fats, in large part due to decades-old dietary guidelines urging the population to be aware of their fat intake. While the focus was intended to be only on saturated and trans fats, many took it to mean all fats are bad; this connotation of “fats” is what many health professionals are working to alter, while drawing attention to those harmful carbs that we should probably be limiting instead.
3) 6 Money-Saving Grocery Myths (and How They Really Stack Up) | The Kitchn
Everyone always seems to be giving us tips on how to save money – and by everyone we mean our parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, you name it. But what really works? The Kitchn goes through the most common money-saving grocery myths that have been passed down through generations, and how they really work… or don’t work.
4) White House, Michael J. Fox Team Up for Parkinson’s Awareness | Fast Company
October 21, 2015 at 4:29pm was the exact date and time Marty McFly traveled 30 years into the future in “Back To The Future.” As that date passed this Wednesday, the White House released a statement in full support of the Michael J. Fox Foundation and its dedicated strides toward a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. With all of the medical and technological advances we have accomplished in the last 30 years, who can imagine where we will be in another 30 years?
While many of us would never stop to think about where old billboards go, RAREFORM, a Santa Monica-based company, has created an entire business out of repurposing these unwanted “waste” products. The company, in partnership with Lamar Advertising Company, uses the billboards to create surfboard bags and handbags for a cause. When can we get one?