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What Food Teaches About Appetite

BY MARY BERGIN
@ VOL 5 ON APR 11, 2013

"Appetites, like landscapes, change with the passage of time. When we make decisions about food, we reveal our values, quirks, obsessions, ethnic pride and more."

In What Food Teaches Appetite, from PechaKucha Night MadisonVol. 5Mary Bergin showcases much of the small-town fare in her native rural Wisconsin, and shares the stories of how many of the dishes came to be. Sharing her pride for Wisconsin's German roots, she connects the historical dishes to the people who keep the traditional recipes safe and preserve the neighborhood markets and cherished eateries that make her community special.

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Brewing Koltur

BY DANIEL NORLINDH AND PETER LINCOLN
@ VOL 40 ON JUN 13, 2013

Daniel Norlindh & Peter Lincoln of Brewing Koltur give us some insight into the growing craft-brewing scene here in Sweden and beyond. These two charismatic characters ooze both knowledge and passion for the brewing of short run beers and ales. Sweden's craft brewing scene is a vibrant new addition to a land dominated by a state-run alcohol system that sees Swedes governed by a restrictive 'home drinking' situation. Brewing Koltur will leave you with an appetite to go out and try different ales and treat them with a higher level of respect.

 
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Club Sandwich Food Creative

BY MULYA SARI AND POPY FITRIA
@ VOL 18 ON JUN 24, 2014

Mulya Sari and Popy Fitria founded Club Sandwich to cater all the artistic works behind what makes food a whole new art. To raise the food's selling value, a meal must now speak for its own, be alluring and attractive, seducing, as to arouse the appetite’s curiosity. Food stylist professional is still considered rare and there are no formal education at the moment for this particular subject. Which is why passion, creativity, hard work, and meticulousity are important if this is something you would like to pursue. (in Indonesian)

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Hoja Santa, apetito por la vida

BY HOJA SANTA
@ VOL 42 ON JUN 25, 2015

No sabemos si amar la comida es suficiente para justificar nuestro proyecto, sin embargo, nos queda claro que ese amor nos obliga a considerar el acto de comer como algo que rebasa al simple y mecánico proceso de deglutir alimentos. Creamos HojaSanta para darle un giro más interesante e integral al tema de la comida: abordarlo desde distintos puntos de vista antropológicos, culturales y sociales para entender cómo nos relacionamos con la comida, como individuos y como sociedades.

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If You Are Breathing You Are High

BY LUKE ARCHER
@ VOL 18 ON AUG 17, 2016

Your body's regulatory system is called the Endocannabinoid System ("ES") The ES regulates pain, appetite, mood, memory, the immune system, and aids in human development. Desperate diseases are caused by a breakdown in your bodies' ability to make cannabinoids internally. This breakdown of the ES can happen as the result of result of stress, poor nutrition, and lack of sleep. Ingesting Phytocannabinoids and Terpenes results in an entourage effect and exciting new field of nutritional science which has the potential to restore human health with getting High.

Luke Archer is a local entrepreneur, content producer, technology, music, video, and science geek. Luke is the owner of the Santa Barbara-based Cool Hand Look Agency and the co-founder of Grass Roots Supplements.

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Plantains, Polenta & Peppermint Extract

BY AMANDA SIMAYS
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 20, 2016

With busy adult lives, it can be easy for long distance friends to drift apart. Amanda Simays tells the story of how she used the letter P (and her boundless appetite) to keep in touch with three out-of-state friends.

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PKN Tokyo Vol. 77

As mentioned in the previous post, Tokyo was one of the nine cities with PKNs last night, and our edition was a prelude to Tokyo Design Week -- which officially kicks off tomorrow -- and it ended up being a truly magical night. Most of the presenters are exhibiting works during design week, and even though there was no specific theme for the evening, overarching ideas kept popping up, like simplicity and doing what you can with what you have. We were so impressed and in love with what we saw that we want to share them with everyone, and so all through design week we'll be posting one presentation every day. Below, a few photos to wet your appetite.

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Orlando Recapped: Vol. 9

Back in February, PKN Orlando blew us away with their inane and amusing presentation topics. Fast forward a few months as we're receiving word that their Vol. 9 was a grand, uproarious occasion!  The organizers have posted photos aplenty on their event page, so be sure to take a gander at that. But wait! There's more -- here's a nicely-edited video of the soiree to satiate your appetite for juicy PKN Orlando content:

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Love in Orlando

The next PechaKucha Night in Orlando -- the city's Vol. 12 -- is happening a week before Valentine's Day (on February 7) and so the theme is appropriate: "Showing Orlando Some Love." Below is the list of presenters and the titles of their presentations, to whet your appetite: - Carolyn Moor: A Modern Love Story [this is her story of being widowed at a young age]- Max Jackson: Love and the Human Brain [neuroscience]- Kristen Walmsley-Manieri: A Yearning Curve [Kristen's unofficial title is "why husbands need to get laid more"]- Joe Tankersley: Data Love [our over-reliance on data]- Thomas Thorspecken: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Orlando [local artist sketches Orlando arts events]- Susan Rienzo: Color Sings to Me [art quilting]- Emily Empel: The Futurist’s Paradise- Mike Van den Abbeel: Would You Please Sign this Petition? [for medical marijuana]- David Alecock: Being Present for Love

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June 3rd Speakers Finalized!

Our speakers for June 3rd are finalized. Here's a couple to whet your appetite!Speaker #1: Joe NatoliGRAY MATTERS: 20 surprising ways your brain influences your experiences@joenatoli-----Speaker #2: Marci DeVriesDefining Ethical Business Practices @marcidevriesFor more information, visit http://bit.ly/1sbCMEc. Also, consider signing up for email updates by submitting our email opt-in form: http://bit.ly/1q772CA

Glasgow

June 3rd Speakers Finalized!

Our speakers for June 3rd are finalized. Here's a couple to whet your appetite!Speaker #1: Joe NatoliGRAY MATTERS: 20 surprising ways your brain influences your experiences@joenatoli-----Speaker #2: Marci DeVriesDefining Ethical Business Practices @marcidevriesFor more information, visit http://bit.ly/1sbCMEc. Also, consider signing up for email updates by submitting our email opt-in form: http://bit.ly/1q772CA