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GRAPE EXPECTATIONS: Red wine is good for drinking with red meat, drinking with nothing, making sangria, and for Spanish painter Alfonso Aguirre, painting masterpieces.
There are enough people in the United States who want personalized, hand-decorated bananas that a banana artist in Texas is on track to make $100,000 this year. By doing arts and crafts. On bananas. For $10 a pop.
Painter Natalie Escobar has been named the recipient of the 2016 Emily Cameron Art Scholarship. Escobar will be awarded the $10,000 scholarship this Sun., May 1, at Umi during an all-star chefs’ charity dinner in honor of late photographer Emily Cameron.
Alabama's Salty Nut Brewery will honor the state's governor with their "Unimpeachable Pale Ale," which features artwork mocking the governor's refusal to resign after a former aide accused him of making inappropriate sexual comments. The kicker is the brew's artwork: the likeness of Governor Robert Bentley eagerly grasping a very firm, very round peach.
BuzzFeed has 21 hearty salad recipes, such as a springtime Cobb salad with asparagus, avocado, and artichoke hearts, to add some punch to lunchtime. Then, undo all that healthy eating with a "grown-up pudding," such as a walnut caramel pot de crème, mint chia pudding with a brownie bottom, or carrot cake chia porridge.