As "Portlandia" heads into its eighth and final season, Emmy-winning costume designer and Portland native Amanda Needham tells Broadly about how she brought the show's cast of wacky characters to life.
Chocolate snuff is the most literal nose candy to date.
With small-batch, bean-to-bar chocolate seeing a renaissance lately, unroasted chocolate has come to occupy a tiny niche within this world. But "raw" chocolate, it turns out, is a myth.
Kallari, an Ecuadorian chocolate collective owned by cacao-producing families in the Amazon rainforest, offers a sustainable alternative in an area where the environment is often exploited.
There's good reason why cacao is known as "the food of the gods".
Raw cacao has been touted as a natural aphrodisiac. I ventured to one dating night to find chocolate-scented love.
Ben and Jerry have a cemetery dedicated to their discontinued flavors and—if we don’t clean up our act—climate change could add another two dozen headstones.
Maria Fernanda Di Giacobbe is winner of the new Basque Culinary World Prize, which celebrates chefs doing good in and out of the kitchen.
I'll never be free and comfortable enough to dance in the tall grass, do a handstand, or ecstatically climb a tree while bleeding.