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Attack of the Drones
Watch This Fancy Restaurant’s Drone Go Down in Flames
The asparagus was a casualty.
The Pass: Where to Find Spring Asparagus This Weekend
It’s that time of year again.
Listen to a Clip From Harvard’s Asparagus Opera
Ambient, rolling, lilting, and melodic: adjectives we never thought we’d use to describe asparagus.
The Asparagus Issue
Apparently, some people don’t know what we’re talking about.
Sniffable Asparagus Powder: the New Gateway Drug?
A U.K. catering company has pissed off some anti-drug activists.
Learn How to Pickle Asparagus on Monday
A homesteading primer always begins with canning.
Grasshopper Invasion to Ravage Millions of Acres of Crops; Are Sugar and Fat as
A swarm is predicted to destroy farmers’ bounties, while scientists find junk food to be powerfully habit-forming.
Bar Fight at Bar Lola; Farmers Fear Grasshoppers
Plus: the genetic structure of truffles revealed, and Nestle attacked via Twitter, all in our morning news roundup.
The Food Chain
Jeff Cerciello Adores Tavern’s Butter-Crumbed Egg
Keller Group’s casual dining director recalls a great dish he ate at Tavern.
Crimes Against Seasonality
Which restaurant is guilty of having asparagus and English peas on the menu in September?
Silvano’s Pedicure Makes Waves; Bush Offends Asparagus Farmers
Plus celebs and their babies at Brasserie Cognac, chefs’ cheap-eats picks, and more, in our morning news roundup.
In the Magazine
Dining Out With Food Allergies; Platt on South Gate
Where to eat if you’re allergic and whether to dine at South Gate in this week’s magazine.