Thursday, February 28, 2013
Travel and Leisure is out, featuring a ranking of America's 20 best cities for pizza. For those who don't feel like clicking through the whole slideshow, we've laid out the full list below. Something tells me that SE pizza enthusiasts will have a thing or two to say about this particular order...continue reading on seriouseats.com
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Intrepid Baltimore-based artist Katie Mazikins, working in the unheralded “Cheetos” medium, has fashioned a portrait of comedian/Renaissance misanthrope Louis C.K. Though this might be considered ridiculous by the art-world standards of 2013, at some point in the not-too-distant future, it may very well be looked upon with the same reverence as the Sistine Chapel ceiling or that one Banksy one with the cop and the balloons or whatever. In other words, get into Cheeto art now, so you can say you were hip to it way back then. [h/t to Uproxx] - read more on avclub.com
Monday, February 25, 2013
Friday, February 22, 2013
Sometimes a single TV episode can exemplify the spirit of its time and the properties that make television a unique medium. A Very Special Episode presents The A.V. Club’s survey of TV at its most distinctive.
Make no mistake: Even in 1976, we had the technology. We had smart, ambitious fantasy writers, brilliant special-effects artists, and millions of potential fans, all hungry for stories about heroic adventurers wielding swords, ray guns, and/or superpowers. So why weren’t our movies and TV shows more awesome? - Click here to read more on avclub.com
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Monday, February 18, 2013
We just launched our latest issue of Dark Rye, "Partnership", In this issues we tell wonderful stories about wine production, cheese making and Japanese desserts. Devon Broglie adds some great wine recommendations and Cathy Strange offers some insights into beer and cheese pairings. Along with using TMs, we highlight two vendors , one is a dessert company out of New York called Kyotofu and the other is a dairy/cheese producer run by two brothers (I couldn't resist) called Jasper Hill.
Friday, February 15, 2013
We are happy to announce Southern Pacific’s most recent Local Producer Loan recipient,Archi’s Acres! Located in Escondido, CA, Archi’s Acres grows living basil in water and energy efficient hydroponic greenhouses. They currently sell their living basil to the Hillcrest, La Jolla, Encinitas, Jamboree and Laguna Niguel stores, but the proceeds from this loan will help them to expand to the entire SoPac region. Specifically, the funds will be used to purchase hydroponic equipment for use in a brand new greenhouse.
Started in 2005 by Colin and Karen Archipley, the couple switched their growing methods to hydroponic greenhouses in 2006. Hydroponics is a form of crop production which saves up to 90% more water than conventional crop production. Growing in greenhouses also gives Archi’s Acres the capability to grow living basil year round. Additionally Colin, after coming home from a third Iraq deployment with the Marines,created Veterans Sustainable Agriculture Training with his wife. VSAT is a vocational/ entrepreneurial program for transitioning military veterans into agriculture. Thus far, Archi’s Acres has trained over 160 veterans on their farm. To learn more, watch this video.
Since loan recipients have a unique relationship with Whole Foods Market, we’d really appreciate you keeping Archi’s Acres in mind for things like in-store marketing, promotions, demos, Facebook and twitter announcements, press releases and media inquiries, etc. Please share this information with your team members and guests! Let me know if you need contact information in order to set something up in your store. Also, please contact Dwight Detter or Erin Harper if at any time you are considering discontinuing or significantly decreasing your purchase of this product.
Thanks to everyone for your support of the program, and please let us know if you have any questions!
Twitter: Congrats to Archi’s Acres for their @WholeFoods Local Producer Loan! Funds will buy hydroponic greenhouse equipment to grow living basil!
Facebook: Congratulations to Archi’s Acres of Escondido, CA for receiving a Local Producer Loan from Whole Foods Market. Archi’s Acres is a small-scale organic farm who focuses on year-round production of living basil in hydroponic greenhouses. Look for them in our Southern California stores! For more information on the Local Producer Loan Program:http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/mission-values/caring-communities/local-producer-loan-program
(Note: “Like” Archi’s Acres on Facebook in order to properly tag them in your post.)
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Is it a bird? A plane? Nope! IT’S ROBSON TO THE RESCUE DESPERATE DUDES EVERYWHERE!Lindsay O'Donnell | Marketing Team Lead | Whole Foods Market Robson
Valentine’s Rescue Tent for Desperate Dudes!
· Our amazing produce team is outside rocking to some sexy love songs while making fresh bouquets, offering gift baskets, and invaluable advice!
· Take the ‘desperate dude’ quiz and then step up for a card, a gift, or a high-5!
· The tent is outside from 10a-8p today and tomorrow so make sure to pop outside and say hi!
· 50% off ALL OF OUR MOCHA DRINKS! (all sizes) PLUS your Team Member Discount!
· Today is our Valentine’s Day Cookie decorating event from 3p-5p! Sandra will be in store offering customized cookies for $3.99!
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Tony Cenicola/The New York Times
From The New York Times:
The Best in the Box
The Dining section conducted a blind tasting of 27 candies to find the best American small-batch, handmade chocolate-covered salted caramels. Click here to continue reading on nytimes.com