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Feast Your Eyes: Deconstructed Tomato Salad Photographs: Ryan Matthew Valle's Roasted Tomato Salad

Where the photograph plays double duty as recipe and inspiration.

Here's a roasted tomato salad with feta cheese from French Cuisse, a remarkable blog from an 18-year-old culinary grad named William Matthew Valle.

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Exploring Data Visualization With Two Years' Worth of Food Looking Into Data Visualization With Laura Manning's Food Consumed

Designer Lauren Manning has been meticulously documenting the food she eats. Now, she's visualizing this data set in "a bajillion different ways."

For the last two years, designer Lauren Manning has been meticulously documenting the food she eats. Now, she's using this single, rather impressive, data set to depict her eating habits in "a bajillion different ways." Well, actually about 40 different ways. Manning writes:

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Feast Your Eyes: Monsanto's Conquest of Weather

Check out the incredible conquest Monsanto embarked upon in 1958.

This ad appeared in LIFE magazine on April 14, 1958—and documents Monsanto's long-standing mission to assert itself over nature.

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Printing Nutrition Labels on Food (Literally)

You can't miss these food labels. They're actually printed on egg shells and stamped onto meats.

If we're supposed to pay attention to our food's nutrient quality—the calories, saturated fat, and carbs—should food labels be more prominent? What if standardized nutrition facts were an intrinsic part of foods themselves?

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Map: Globesity and Nutrition Data From Around the World Feast Your Eyes: World Nutrition and Globesity

What's the connection between world nutrition and globesity? Take a look at these maps.

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