When you move to a new country as a kid, you never fully fit in with your home culture or your adopted culture.
Meet snow ice, the beautiful, undiscovered lovechild that ice cream and shaved ice had in the streets of Taiwan. It's practically an edible version of Picasso’s portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler with its jagged, razor blade-shaved ribboned texture.
Taiwanese Auteur Tsai Ming-liang's Ode to Adolescence, 'Rebels of the Neon God,' Comes to US Theaters
Finally receiving a proper theatrical release in the US 23 years after it was made, Rebels of the Neon God is a fitting introduction to Tsai's singular style and a haunting work.
"Rubbery” is almost like a swear word in the culinary world, but that may be a narrow view of a quality that can actually be desirable in cooking: the “Q texture.”
Designed to free up room in a ship’s hull, shark finning involves slicing off a shark’s cartilaginous fins and throwing its body overboard.