the jello drop

from the amazing food photographer Ryan Matthew Smith from Modern Cuisine, the Art and Science of Cooking, comes this awesome bouncing jello slow motion video:

and if you haven’t seen the book, the images are incredible


via good.is

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Fresh, Local, Indie Food Rave; it’s “Civil Disobedience on a Paper Plate”

from carlah
via NYT

it’s an underground, night time food market that lets people get into eating and selling really good food, without the hastle of a permit. how? by becoming a “club” instead of a market. lucky for everyone, it’s free to join.

the article tackles many side of the idea; DIY meets locavores, underground movement, the realization that we need to make money to keep doing what we love to do, direct sales from chefs to consumers and growers to buyers, “cottage food” and culinary start ups.

full story here.

The underground market seeks to encourage food entrepreneurship by helping young vendors avoid roughly $1,000 a year in fees — including those for health permits and liability insurance — required by legitimate farmers markets. Here, where the food rave — call it a crave — was born, the market organizers sidestep city health inspections by operating as a private club, requiring that participants become “members” (free) and sign a disclaimer noting that food might not be prepared in a space that has been inspected.