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Entries in The Cottage (202)

The Story of Broke

This is another great film by the Story of Stuff project:

The United States isn't broke; we're the richest country on the planet and a country in which the richest among us are doing exceptionally well. But the truth is, our economy is broken, producing more pollution, greenhouse gasses and garbage than any other country. In these and so many other ways, it just isn't working. But rather than invest in something better, we continue to keep this 'dinosaur economy' on life support with hundreds of billions of dollars of our tax money.

Meatless Monday: Spicy Black Bean Burger

Today's Meatless Monday recipe comes from Spoon Fork Bacon:

Veggie burgers are always great and I’ve tried them so many ways, with lentils, mushrooms, tofu, tempeh, etc. My favorite type of meatless burger is a good, full flavored black bean burger. We have one here for you all today, studded with corn (because corn is awesome) and loaded with spices. These burgers are great, but still rather soft and delicate and should be handled gently while cooking them. These are great with just about any topping and condiment of your choice, plus they’re super easy to make and really fill you up. Enjoy!

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It's Time to Connect the Dots

It’s time to Connect the Dots between climate change and extreme weather.

Make it Count

Casey Neistat makes a film for Nike about making it count. Very inspiring.

Meatless Monday: First-Rate Falafel

Today's Meatless Monday recipe comes from Kim O'Donnel for The Washington Post:

I know I urge you to try everything I share with you in this space, but I really, really, really think you should try making falafel. For a long time, I considered the Middle Eastern bean patties one of those kitchen untouchables -- too difficult to make worth my while and better left to the pros manning the street carts.

Truth be known, falafel are much easier and straight forward to put together than they seem, and as a result, feel like a tremendous accomplishment. Everyone is impressed when they hear you’ve just whipped up falafel, which is why they’re great for entertaining. (Super Bowl snacks, anyone?)

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