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theweekmagazine:

The complete guide to cooking eggs every which way

You’ve had scrambled eggs. You’ve had poached eggs. But have you had poached-scrambled eggs?

Poached-scrambled eggs? Tell me more… — Lauren 



yackattack:

westsoy:

It’s Taco Tuesday (why can’t it always be Taco Tuesday?), and we’ve partnered with our friend yackattack to bless this venerated weekly occasion with these…
 Thai Tofu Tacos with Daikon Slaw
Serves 2 (4 Small Tacos) | Prep Time: 15 min. | Cook Time: 5 mins
Ingredients:
½ C. Grated Daikon Radish
½ C. Shredded Red Cabbage
½ C. Grated Carrot
2 T. Fresh Cilantro, Diced
1 T. Rice Vinegar
1 tsp. Agave Nectar
A Few Dashes of Hot Sesame Oil (or to taste)
1- 8 oz. Package WestSoy Baked Thai Tofu
4 Small Corn or Flour Tortillas
Garnish: Black Sesame Seeds, Chopped Roasted Peanuts, Lime Wedges
Instructions: 
Toss the daikon, red cabbage, carrot, cilantro, rice vinegar, agave nectar and sesame oil together in a mixing bowl, until evenly coated. Set in the refrigerator to cool.
Grill the tofu on an oiled surface (grill, Panini press, cast-iron skillet) for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until they have deep brown grill marks.
Wait a minute for the tofu to cool, then cut it into ½” Cubes.
Take your tortillas and toast them slightly over an open flame, or in a hot pan. Then distribute the tofu between the 4 tortillas, topping with the slaw, black sesame seeds, crushed peanuts and a squeeze of lime juice.
Serve with a side of chili paste or sauce, if you like it hot!


Check out these incredible tacos that I made with WestSoy’s new Baked Tofu, plus a ton more recipes on their Tumblr!

yackattack:

westsoy:

It’s Taco Tuesday (why can’t it always be Taco Tuesday?), and we’ve partnered with our friend yackattack to bless this venerated weekly occasion with these…

Thai Tofu Tacos with Daikon Slaw

Serves 2 (4 Small Tacos) | Prep Time: 15 min. | Cook Time: 5 mins

Ingredients:

½ C. Grated Daikon Radish

½ C. Shredded Red Cabbage

½ C. Grated Carrot

2 T. Fresh Cilantro, Diced

1 T. Rice Vinegar

1 tsp. Agave Nectar

A Few Dashes of Hot Sesame Oil (or to taste)

1- 8 oz. Package WestSoy Baked Thai Tofu

4 Small Corn or Flour Tortillas

Garnish: Black Sesame Seeds, Chopped Roasted Peanuts, Lime Wedges

Instructions: 

  1. Toss the daikon, red cabbage, carrot, cilantro, rice vinegar, agave nectar and sesame oil together in a mixing bowl, until evenly coated. Set in the refrigerator to cool.

  2. Grill the tofu on an oiled surface (grill, Panini press, cast-iron skillet) for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until they have deep brown grill marks.

  3. Wait a minute for the tofu to cool, then cut it into ½” Cubes.

  4. Take your tortillas and toast them slightly over an open flame, or in a hot pan. Then distribute the tofu between the 4 tortillas, topping with the slaw, black sesame seeds, crushed peanuts and a squeeze of lime juice.

  5. Serve with a side of chili paste or sauce, if you like it hot!

Check out these incredible tacos that I made with WestSoy’s new Baked Tofu, plus a ton more recipes on their Tumblr!


fastcompany:

With almost $1 billion in funding and ambitions to replace petroleum-based cars with a network of cheap electrics, Shai Agassi’s Better Place was remarkable even by the standards of world-changing startups. So was its epic failure.
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fastcompany:

With almost $1 billion in funding and ambitions to replace petroleum-based cars with a network of cheap electrics, Shai Agassi’s Better Place was remarkable even by the standards of world-changing startups. So was its epic failure.

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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 1969
(Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Associates)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 1969

(Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Associates)