Mash-Up Round-Up: Italian Astronauts Make Espresso, You Eat Uzbek Food
The week of July 14, 2014 was: contemplating the new food innovations at the upcoming Wisconsin State Fair (Sriracha chicken bits on a stick, anyone?); wishing we had yellow cards for life; and wedding watching in Brooklyn. (Amy does this nearly every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Quinceañera watching is equally delightful.)
Mash-Ups in the News:
In other coffee news, Italian astronauts can now drink espresso in space because it’s important. We appreciate having your priorities straight.
We are fantasizing about surfing and eating Uzbek food, mostly because it has tons of garlic and vinegar.
via NY Times
At The Mash-Up Americans we are interested in nuance, and the ingredients that make each of us so special. Sometimes, though, you really can distill it to the basics. Bengal is cumin, coriander and turmeric. East Africa is obviously fenugreek, clove and cinnamon.
via Fine Dining Lovers
Comparing the Garden of Eden to the Jungle Book. Classic move.
via Hari Kondabolu
If you don’t see yourself being reflected in the world, sometimes you have to do it yourself. Plus, she’s not wrong that Wonder Woman could use a little more armor to protect herself.
via Women You Should Know
Latino children make up at least 20 percent of kindergartners in 17 states. This number has more than doubled since 2000.
Immigrants bring many monies to Hawaii, the mashiest state of all.
via Civil Beat
In Korea it seems that Starbucks employees choose English nicknames (“Candy”) to avoid being called by their title (“Manager”). Our Starbucks name is now Bean.