Miran Woo

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The 9 Best Things to Do with Your January Kale

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: You're likely going to buy some kale in January. Here are the best things to do with it.</i><p>Whether you're working on a very green resolution or you're …


All About Audrey

Pamela Fiori reflects on the legendary Audrey Hepburn as Richard Avedon's muse. Plus, look back at more stunning pictures, here.<p>In glorious motion, Audrey Hepburn races past Winged Victory and down the Louvre's magnificent Daru staircase in a strapless Givenchy gown, her silk wrap billowing behind …

Crabs: It's not summer till you've picked a pile.

The Perfect Picnic Dessert: Rhubarb Hand Pies

<i>Every other Friday on Food52, Yossy Arefi from Apt. 2B Baking Co. shares dessert projects that demand a little extra time and effort. Because your weekends should always be sweet.</i><p><i>Today: Take down that picnic basket -- these portable hand pies want to go with you on your next adventure.</i><p>This time of …

Get yer lobstah! At 1:30 @Redhooklobster is giving away rolls in NYC at 7th btwn 36th & 37th. Be there & be hungry http://t.co/kIpINsLvhY

Micro fungi of Australia - in pictures

Photographer Stephen Axford forages for fungi in the forests of New South Wales in Australia. He doesn't harvest them, he captures their beauty on camera

27 Tips for Mastering Anything

12 min read<p>This story originally appeared on Business Insider<p>What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned?<p>In his book, "<i>Mastery</i>," Robert Greene draws from the latest research, interviews modern masters, and examines the lives of former greats like …


My snowdrops








A Flower Story

rosa rosae rosam ...

Round-leafed Sundew,( Drosera rotundifolia) The plant feeds on insects, which are attracted to its bright red colour and its glistening drops of mucilage, loaded with a sugary substance, covering its leaves. It has evolved this carnivorous behaviour in response to its habitat, which is usually poor in nutrients or is so acidic, nutrient availability is severely decreased. The plant uses enzymes to dissolve the insects which become stuck to the glandular tentacles and extract ammonia (from proteins) and other nutrients from their bodies. The ammonia replaces the nitrogen that other plants absorb from the soil. Found in all of northern Europe, much of Siberia, large parts of northern North America, Korea, Japan and is also found on New Guinea. photo credit: ©John Hallmén http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnhallmen/8089738537/in/photostream/

Red beauty on Green Carpet!


Rose in lilac tone


Wanvisa Water Lily

A magical grove on a rainy day in #Kauai. #hawaii


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