Our founder, Kiana Estevez, sits down with Chef Amy Coram Reynolds to talk about gender equity in the hospitality industry, starting your own business during a pandemic, and creating a new paradigm for work life balance. Kiana Estevez at Aisle Mine (AM): Amy, thank you… Read More »Leveling the Playing Field with Chef Amy Coram Reynolds
In honor of our 1st birthday, Aisle Mine is hosting a special giveaway with Rosey Blooms. Enter now for your chance to win a jar of savory, home made, nourishing collard greens. The Dinosaur of Edible Plants Collard greens are some of the oldest known… Read More »From Athens, Greece to Athens, Georgia: The History of Collard Greens
Full of fiber and antioxidants, Chia seeds pack a mighty punch in any dish. Chia seeds have come a long way in the mainstream consciousness. The humble seed, also known as Salvia hispanica comes from the mint family. The plant is native to Mexico and… Read More »5 Health Benefits of Chia Seeds
Today, we celebrate Earth Day. Since April 22nd 1970, over 190 countries and 1 billion individual people have mobilized to lay the groundwork for a more sustainable future.
Curious how you can make your kitchen a more friendly place for the environment?
Now that the “new normality” has turned into Zoom and Slack, a virtual environment, I knew from the start that things were going to be different with Spoon as well. Not meeting up to go to restaurants, or getting that adrenaline rush when running to… Read More »How-To Have A Successful COVID-Safe Semester With Your Spoon Chapter