Week two of the Summer of Health has breezed on by. And like the first we’ve seen some great examples of healthy living from some of our most creative fans. Without further ado, here are this week’s winners:
Archive for the ‘Community’ Category
Wow what an amazing first week (and three days) for the #SummerOfHealth! We’ve read so many great comments and tweets. It’s really inspiring to see how many members of the Mighty Leaf community are taking their health seriously this summer. Not to mention the astonishing creativity and enthusiasm!
Here at week’s end we’d like to highlight our favorite posts and tweets of the first 10 days of the #SummerOfHealth:
Chef Joseph Humphrey of Michelin-starred Murray Circle at Cavallo Point Lodge in Sausalito, CA was the honorary chef at the James Beard House in New York City on May 15th, 2010. Mighty Leaf Tea specifically had a “Joe’s” Iced tea commission for him. It was a 2nd Flush Darjeeling picked and processed recently from the OKAYTI Estates in Darjeeling India. Manufactured for the purpose of iced tea for Chef Joseph Humphrey, this tea yields a darker more muscatel finish with floral and fruity notes. (more…)
Steeped in History: The Art of Tea, an exhibition running from August 16-November 29, 2009 at the Fowler Museum at UCLA, sheds light on the history of tea as it traveled through Asia, Europe and America. Tea’s impact on the cultures of these three continents is reflected in visual arts that include ceramics, textiles, painting and drawings. The Fowler exhibit presents a collection of art that includes rare Chinese ceramics and paintings, 18th- and 19th-centuery Japanese ceramics and prints, English and Colonial American paintings, vintage photos and documents and more. (more…)
The internet has changed our world in such profound ways that we can’t remember or envision a world without it. Through the outgrowth of peoples’ desires to connect and build community, we have whittled down this globe of ours into microcosms of interest. As a professed foodie, the opportunities to connect are endless.