What began as a Twitter joke is slowly turning into another social media campaign, this time aiming to give low-income families access to abortions. Will it catch one the same way as the ALS ice bucket challenge?
It's summer, it's a holiday, and everyone always loves an excuse to eat. It makes sense, then, that one of the most popular ways to celebrate Labor Day weekend is by having a backyard cookout. But grilling can be tricky, if not totally intimidating -- what will your mother-in-law think of your fish marinade? What if you overcook your uncle's burger? -- so why not turn to the experts. Operating under the notion that if one is good, ten is better, we put together come of the best grilling tips from ten of our favorite celebrity chefs.
MAD4 took a big stand this year with its talks, especially putting San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino right before keynote speaker Ferran Adria (because of course it's Ferran Adria). It's also a big stance when Consentino blasts some truth about food TV and what fame really means.
A while ago, Eric Ripert, the culinary world’s most famous Buddhist, took a trip to Bhutan to tour the Aman Resorts. While he was there, however, he took some time to perform karmic actions by volunteering to make dinner at a nearby monastery. Lately he’s been reminiscing about his better, non-self-absorbed version of Eat, Pray, Love via Twitter, and as a result, the world has some gorgeous photos of his travels through Bhutan. (Also: this video of a procession at a temple.) Enjoy!