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Decide When to Buy Organic with the EWG’s 2013 Dirty Dozen List

Decide When to Buy Organic with the EWG's 2013 Dirty Dozen List

If you want to maximize your grocery shopping budget, the Environmental Working Group's annual Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen lists are essential tools for figuring out when it is worth spending more for organic produce, based on the pesticide residue levels found on 48 common fruits and vegetables. This year, cherry tomatoes and summer squash join the Dirty Dozen.

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Coffee, Booze and Benzedrine: A Look at the Daily Rituals of Great Artists — Slate

Coffee, Booze and Benzedrine: A Look at the Daily Rituals of Great Artists

Have you ever wondered what drove acclaimed writers, philosophers and musicians like Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Paul Sartre and Glenn Gould? After reading Slate's excellent series on the daily rituals of great artists, I suspect it might be coffee — although a comprehensive list would also need to include alcohol, amphetamines and very little food. 

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3-D Cats, The Peanuts Gang & More Cute Japanese Latte Art

3-D Cats, The Peanuts Gang & More Cute Japanese Latte Art

Need a pick-me-up this Monday morning? Check out this imaginative and adorable latte art being made by baristas in Japan.

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Look! 5 Years of Hand-Drawn Sandwich Bags by a Dedicated Dad

Look! 5 Years of Hand-Drawn Sandwich Bags by a Dedicated Dad

Your parents may have slipped the occasional note or doodle into your lunch bag, but graphic designer David LaFerriere has taken it one step further, adding a new surprise drawing to his kids' sandwich bags nearly every day. He started snapping photos of the mini works of art and now has a Flickr set boasting over 1,100 photos!

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Molecular Mixology: DIY Alcoholic Dippin’ Dots — Gizmodo

Molecular Mixology: DIY Alcoholic Dippin' Dots

With their bright colors and futuristic appeal, Dippin' Dots are a kid favorite at carnivals and beyond, but we're much more interested in this adult-friendly update: alcoholic Dippin' Dots! Gizmodo has the full step-by-step instructions for making your own version at home.

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Have Mobile Devices Changed the Way You Find Recipes & Read About Food? — Reader Survey

Have Mobile Devices Changed the Way You Find Recipes & Read About Food?

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the annual conference for IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) and if there was one hot topic in food media right now, it's mobile. People are looking for recipes and food media on more devices than ever: the phone, the iPad, and any device you can access from the grocery store. Read on for a few interesting tidbits from folks like Tanya Steel, editor-in-chief of Epicurious — but first! We'd love to hear a little more about how you use your phone and tablet. Have they changed how you find recipes and read about food? 

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