This toddler is cooking up a delicious storm on her YouTube show

This toddler is cooking up a delicious storm on her YouTube show

Caution: This is going to make you hungry. While you struggle to fry an egg, two-year-old Mazzy is helping out in the kitchen making an array of Asian treats, from Thai desserts to Chinese BBQ pork buns. SEE ALSO: Woman makes incredible meals using only random office equipment Watch her cooking and stirring her way through “The Mazzy Show” with the help of her parents, who decided to start the channel as a way to bond with the little one. Image: the mazzy show/youtube Her father Alex, who hails from…

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Shaved Asparagus and Potato Pizza

Shaved Asparagus and Potato Pizza

This time of year, asparagus begs to be used in all sorts of ways. Shaving the spears with a vegetable peeler produces a lovely green tangle that I like to put on top of a pizza. Add some roasted potato slices and gouda cheese, and you have a winning combination and a winning start to spring. Continue reading “Shaved Asparagus and Potato Pizza” » Read full story

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Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough

Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough

It seems that every time I decide to make pizza at home (usually on a Friday night) my well-laid plans are disrupted by a last-minute impulse to go to the movies or to meet with friends. That’s why I love this dough recipe. You can make it and let it rise, then use it — or change your mind and leave it in the fridge for the next day. Or even the day after that. It is very forgiving. Continue reading “Easy No-Knead Pizza Dough” » Read full story

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Taylor Farms wants to make food without fossil fuels

Taylor Farms wants to make food without fossil fuels

 As industries go, agriculture represents one of the worst environmental offenders, according to research by the United Nations Environment Programme. Farms need tending around the clock. So besides all the fertilizers, pesticides and water they use, farms also burn a lot of fossil fuels and money to keep the lights on, tractors rolling and refrigerators humming. Now one major agricultural… Read More Read full story

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Korea’s TicketMonster raises $115M, devalued to $1.2B pre-money, to ramp up in grocery and travel

Korea’s TicketMonster raises $115M, devalued to $1.2B pre-money, to ramp up in grocery and travel

 After an M&A rollercoaster that involved getting acquired by LivingSocial and then Groupon (before getting spun out again), Korea’s TicketMonster, an e-commerce marketplace, today is announcing a major cash injection to boost its chances as an independent company in a highly competitive, tech-savvy market. The company has raised $115 million from a new outfit, the Simone… Read More Read full story

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