Paris, photo, déco, mode, tendances, humeurs et caetera One Love Photo Matthew Anderson - Graphic Design Liza Corbett on the Behance Network Best Food Blogs of 2014 | Year in Food 2014 | PBS Food Do you love reading food blogs as much as we do? With so many blogs out there, it can be easy to get lost in a sea of sites. We’ve compiled our annual list of blogs that are worthy of making it into your regular reading rotation. Source: Offbeat and Inspired This former painter-turned food photographer grew up with the culinary influences of her Italian mom. Source: Naturally Ella Based in Sacramento, Erin (not Ella!) Source: He Needs Food John is a first-generation Australian living in Sydney. Source: Local Milk Beth Kirby is a food stylist, photographer and writer. Source: Nourished Kitchen Jenny, and her husband, operate a progressive farmers market in the heart of Colorado ski country. Source: I am a Food Blog We dare you to spend more than a few minutes on Stephanie Le’s amazing food blog and not be hooked. Source: Hungry Ghost Food and travel intersect in Andrea Gentl’s beautiful blog. Source: Little Rusted Ladle Source: What’s Cooking Good Looking Source: The Vanilla Bean Blog
Happy Things for Kids Jeremy Kohm Photography the macula October | 2010 | The Pessimiss My sock/heel dabble has ignited a hunger for more trends to try, more experiments, more troublesome mornings spent tearing through piles of clothes and leaving the house in utter uncertainty. It makes things interesting. We often settle on a cycle of easy outfits that reoccur periodically, and then lapse into periods of thoughtless, uninspired dressing because we need to get to work or college for the day. Okay, so there are days when I slip into my easy (aka hangover) outfit, but I always make sure to include some small little gem that speaks volumes about my personality. I have thus rounded up a selection of 10 cool trends that I intend to experiment with for Summer. 1. Yellow is Summer’s hottest colour. 2. Luxe sportswear returns as a major trend this season. 3. Who saw it coming? 4. Bad song reference, but denim moves from wardrobe basic to centrestage this season. 5. It’s a summer of proportions and choices, with the maxi and mini dress vying for equal attention. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Mediterranean Diet Pyramid Oldways, the Harvard School of Public Health, and the European Office of the World Health Organization introduced the classic Mediterranean Diet in 1993 at a conference in Cambridge, MA, along with a Mediterranean Diet Pyramid graphic to represent it visually. This pyramid continues to be a well-known guide to what is now universally recognized as the “gold standard” eating pattern that promotes lifelong good health. It has been widely used for years by consumers, educators, and health professionals alike to implement healthier eating habits. The pyramid was created using the most current nutrition research to represent a healthy, traditional Mediterranean diet. The key to this longevity is a diet that successfully resisted the last 50 years of “modernizing” foods and drinks in industrialized countries. ► Go to the Consumer Resources page to download a wealth of Mediterranean Diet tools and materials. The Eating Pattern of The Mediterranean Diet Pyramid Licensing
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