1. Paloma


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    Director: Scott Pitts DP: Nacime Khemis "Paloma": Natalie English Mixologist: Christophe Servieres Hair/MU: Brandee Slosar Music: Flexions Editor: Carmen Zhu

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    • Attention Please, This is Not a Tea Party: The Mandarin's Tea Room


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      “To get people in here, there is a process, unfortunately. There’s a questionnaire to even get invited, and we will trick people, sometimes, just for fun.” Meet Timothy Hsu, the founder and tea connoisseur behind The Mandarin’s Tea Room, an underground tea-speakeasy lost in the heart of SoHo. The first time I met Timothy, he got me tea drunk. Sip after sip, I could sense my serious mood slowly vanish. I left giddy. My steps, lighter. My mind, brighter. Timothy was pleased. I never heard of being “tea drunk” before. Never knew it was even a possibility for tea to have that effect on you. And that’s the whole purpose of The Mandarin’s Tea Room: to share the true story of tea. Which, of course, isn’t chai tea or jasmine tea. He’s talking about the real tea leaves, predominately from tea trees in China: camellia sinensis. According to Timothy, tea appreciation has been lost. Industrialization of the tea industry has made the culture of tea too immediate. Drinkers take less time. Timothy believes this cuts the true essence of tea, as a tool to engage your being, or well-being, so to say. Right now, Tim claims there are over 4,000 varietals of tea, each able to deliver different effects on your body (a number that, frankly, blew my mind – I had no idea!). At The Mandarin’s Tea Room, some of the world’s best teas are available to taste. So come. Get comfortable. Take a moment. Slow down. And let Tim enlighten you over a few cups of tea. Thanks for watching food. curated.! Happy slurping!

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      • Frozen Margarita Verde


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        Learn more: http://nowyourecooking.tumblr.com/ ¡Oops-a-daisy! said the Mexican barman. Few people know that the word Margarita means ‘Daisy’ in Spanish. Fewer people know that the first Margarita cocktail was an experiment by bored barman, Don Carlos Orozco, and served to one, Margarita Henkel - daughter of the German Ambassador to Mexico - on a lazy day in Ensenada, 1941.

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        • Zane Lamprey explores drinking traditions in Lithuania


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          Today, there are still signs of Lithuania's pagan past in the local drinking scene. Zane explores the many gods who influence Lithuanian mead and beer.

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          • Harvard & Stone


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            • Swimming With Sharks: 2011 Teaser


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              If you went to any of the swimming with sharks parties last year, or any of the years prior, then you know that its definitely something to look forward to again this year. You also know that the rooftop of the Standard Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles is one of the most amazing venues for a gathering of great people to party their faces off while doing any of the following under the summer rays: - dance (right) - drink (lots) - eat (well) - swim (with sharks) - pose (legitimately) - gun (fight) - relax (accordingly) - laugh (till it hurts) Enjoy this teaser of what's to come with highlights from all of the great moments that went down and were not put out from last year. See you there! -TheVideoMouse www.danceright.net/sws www.thevideomouse.com

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              • Citrus Gremolata on Asparagus


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                Learn more: www.nowyourecooking.tumblr.com/ A simple yet scrumptious Italian garnish of raw, finely chopped garlic, parsley and lemon zest traditional to Ossobucco alla Milanese. Most often sprinkled over slow-cooked braised meats – you’ll find it adds a packed punch to tasty treats such as seafood, mozzarella and vegetables.

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                • Starbucks advertisement


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                  • World's Best Bar App -- No Wait, No Worry


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                    Our vision of the The World’s Best Bar App can provide detailed reviews, drink menus, specials, and direction to the top recommended bars near you. In addition to these features, the app will design recommendations based on your past experiences and preferences. As you rate bars and drinks, the app will actually predict and recommend the drinks and bars that you are likely to enjoy. However, to be the best it has to do more than recommend drinks and notify you of happy hours. When you enter an establishment, "No Wait, No Worry" will interactively connect you to the people behind the bar. Flip through a drink menu and order a drink right off your iPad. No longer will you have to fight for the bartenders’ attention or battle through the wall of people trying to order a drink. And by syncing your account with PayPal, the transactions are effortless and instant. The app will bring drinks straight to your table, no hassle. Enhance your palate with this World's Best Bar App.

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                    • Chili Mayonnaise


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                      Learn more: www.nowyourecooking.tumblr.com/ A tall tale to egg you on! Legend has it that on the 5th of May, 1911, a ship carrying 20,000 jars of mayonnaise scheduled for delivery to Mexico was lost at sea. The people of Mexican were so devastated by the loss that a national day of mourning was declared, and is still observed to this day; Sinko de Mayo – never forget.

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