Vaccines? Climate change? Yup.
Please pour out a reasonably priced, craft beer for these brave souls.
We asked hipsters in Brooklyn to give us their New Year’s resolution. Williamsburg: Keeping it weird.
2014 was a major year for kale. Almost too major. Let us count the ways.
“No kale was harmed in the filming of this video.”
This is a public service announcement.
“Don’t take those out of context and mix them around in your naughty little world of… interwebs.”
Giving thanks for In-N-Out, mostly.
Keeping your heart healthy and eating delicious things should not be mutually exclusive.
Who the f*** thought a hot dog smoothie was a good idea?
Kale. Stop talking about Kale.
Nobody puts these babies in the corner (of their plates).
“Does this place have valet for bikes?”
Because drinking your vegetables still counts for something, right?
Delicious with basically zero cleanup. WIN.
Fresh and flavorful: Lemon-garlic shrimp with white beans and kale.
A recipe to answer the eternal question: What am I going to do with all this kale? (Warning, you will need a food processor for this.)
Welcome to Southern Kale-ifornia.
Kale responds to rumors that it is, in fact, gay. BuzzFeed reports.
SPOILER ALERT: Madonna IS NOT a guacamole fan.
We may be taking this kale thing too far, guys.
This recipe from our spring vegetable correspondent is healthy, packed with protein, and – most importantly – delicious.
A healthy-eating organization called Food Day assigned scores to 73 vegetables based on their nutritional content.* Here are our faves.
Spoiler alert: None of them are watery oatmeal from Starbucks on the way to work … again.
With a spoonful of pancetta, the medicine goes down.
Maybe 2014 will be better.
So much more than antioxidants.