Gardening is an incredible hobby to embrace. By putting your green thumb to practice, you are benefitting yourself and your environment. Spending your free time planting a vegetable garden and growing vegetables in your very own backyard offers many benefits that will improve your quality of life while practicing sustainability. Some of the main benefits […]
Sometimes reaching out across the world wide web can lead to amazing things – as they did when Mrs. Fenn, an elementary school teacher at Ridpath Public School in Ontario, Canada reached out to Louie Schwartzberg on Twitter about her class’ interest in one of our favorite topics at Moving Art: fungi. We had the pleasure […]
This is the tale of a magical mycelium-like connection of dedicated individuals that will ultimately end right in your very lap, dear reader, with an invitation to join a mighty tribe dedicated to a mighty cause. The story begins with an extraordinary woman, Lyn Davis Lear. Over one year ago, feeling (as many do) as […]
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number one health problem in the world is surprisingly not a virus or a disease – it is depression — which is linked to insomnia, stress, weight gain and a trickle-effect of other symptoms that can spiral into disease. WHO also reports that there are 1.6 billion […]
Are you throwing away your broccoli stems and peach pits? Food writer, cookbook author and Fantastic Fungi Tribe Member Eugenia Bone says don’t. In her new book, “The Kitchen Ecosystem,” she writes that foods we normally throw away, such as leftover bones, pea pods or beet juice, can be used to enhance the flavor of […]
Dear beloved fungal friends, It’s finally here. The scientifically sound, environmentally critical, consciousness-expanding, crowd-pleasing crowdfunding campaign to end all campaigns. We’re going to make a film about mushrooms and it’s going to blow your mind.
Louie Schwartzberg has been a fervent crusader in the fight against Nature Deficit Disorder. If you follow his company, Moving Art, then you may recognize his recent campaign hashtag: #BeatNDD, the slogan used to bring awareness to the mental and physical health benefits of nature. Science is proving what experience has shown us all along: […]
This legendary mushroom is probably the greatest barely explored ingredient in the kitchens of western culture. In terms of preciousness, dollars, and demand; only Italian white and Perigord truffles surpass it in the world. The face of any Japanese person to whom I’ve handed a matsutake always looks much like ours when we got our […]
Since my children were born I have put on a couple of pounds every few years and every time it happens, I get uptight about it. Over the years I’ve tried tweaking my eating habits in order to lose the weight without heartbreak. In fact, every New Year’s resolution includes something about losing those extra […]
f you’ve ever felt like you’ve been skunked buying truffles, well, you are not alone. Serious home cooks and even food pros get bamboozled all the time. It’s actually pretty difficult and always expensive to attain good quality truffles, especially for retail customers. In fact, acquiring truffles is so fraught with potential rip offs that […]
Buying truffles and truffle products is a risky business. But good compromises can be made. Lately I’ve scratched my truffle itch with D’Artagnan’s canned summer truffle peelings.
Ten years ago most people thought “truffles” were dense, dark chocolate balls that we indulged in for dessert. Looks like this is changing. Culinary enthusiasts have discovered that true truffles come from the earth. And though dense and dark chocolate-y in appearance, their aromas will defy any singular description.
esident foodie Eugenia Bone serves up a savory winter dinner and reveals her secret sauce for the perfectly cooked chanterelle.
We all have a type. Each of us is a unique blend of characteristics, from the most superficial to the deeply complex. And while outward appearances are important, we know it’s really what’s on the inside that counts. If you haven’t figured out what excites you, inspires you and pleases you, it’s about time you […]
At the Bertrand Delacroix Gallery in New York City, where Louie’s time-lapse and macro-cinematography was featured for the launch of Vizio’s P-Series, Eugenia chatted with Louie about her love for wild mushrooms and how she came to be obsessed with fungi. Here’s a small excerpt from their discussion.
From her paradigm-shifting new book, The Kitchen Ecosystem, Eugenia Bone shares a simple yet savory recipe that is sure to become a fall favorite.