Originally posted on Consumerist: Earlier this year, LEGO introduced a limited-edition set of minifig female scientists along with essential work equipment like a telescope and a dinosaur skeleton. They sold out quickly, and many female fans of LEGO and/or science…
The last we heard from the “Eat More Kale” guy in his battle to bring veggie-themed T-shirts to the masses, he’d lost a round to the Goliath that is Chick-fil-A after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office gave him a preliminary “no” in 2013. But it looks like David will still come out on top in this situation, as he was just granted the trademark for his phrase.
The food fight seems to be over now, as the guy thanked supporters outside the Vermont Statehouse this week, saying the USPTO granted his application to trademark the phrase he says promotes local agriculture, reports the Associated…
A Girl and A Garden builds a winter garden with Luke from TeaLAB using reclaimed material. Gardening does not need to be expensive. This garden was built using items found in a shop. The media was a blend of recycled … Continue reading →
Ingredients: 2 cups packed fresh basil leaves 2 cloves garlic or minced garlic 1/4 cup pine nuts or walnuts 2/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese Combine ingredients into … Continue reading →
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In recent months, we’ve shared with you the legal war between ride-sharing service Uber and taxi regulators in Germany. Like people all over the world, consumers love the inexpensive UberPop service that lets people hire amateur taxi drivers in their personal vehicles. Now that fares have been lowered to barely cover drivers’ expenses, Uber has assigned some of its drivers a different task: fruit delivery.
Composting is an inexpensive way to create garden magic. Compost is made from kitchen waste, garden debris, grass scraps that is collected in a compost bin or tumbler. Composting can be done several ways. Here are few examples of composting … Continue reading →