Link Harvest

1/ For a while now I’ve believed that a restaurant that focused on vegetables (with no labels like “vegan”) would be amazing. It looks like Alain Passard’s L’Arpège in Paris is proving me right with they incredible veggie-centric meals including their famous 14-course Garden Menu.

2/ Lucky Peach contributor Lucas Peterson has discovered the REAL McDonald’s secret menu and the truth will shock you.

3/ The human race has achieved it’s ultimate accomplishment: send whisky to space. After it’s long journey the blend now tastes like “antiseptic smoke, rubber, smoked fish and a curious, perfumed note,” which not everyone is a fan of.

4/ Looking for an offbeat place to get a drink in London? AnOther magazine has a great list of curious cocktail bars.

5/ Swedish design studio Tomorrowmachine is creating some rather innovating packaging, things like packaging that has a short shelf life (thus it’s easier to compost) or a compressed soup bowl that expands when you fill it with hot water.

6/ A Portugese startup has created an Internet-enabled tool which allows beekeepers to keep track of their bees remotely.

1 Comment Link Harvest

  1. Sharon September 14, 2015 at 9:44 AM

    Long time reader, first time commenter.

    If you’re looking for vegetables without the healthy label, also check out Amanda Cohen’s Dirt Candy, in NYC. (Her memoir/cookbook graphic novel is fun as well.)

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