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Latte Art Inspired by Van Gogh’s “Irises”

Latte art inspired by Vincent van Gogh

Coffee + art + flowers = happiness. More»

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Posted in Getty Research Institute, Prints and Drawings

Royal Cavities: The Bitter Implications of Sugar Consumption in Early Modern Europe

Dentist / Jan van der Bruggen
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

The sweet tooth of European royalty and its rotten consequences. More»

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Posted in Gardens and Architecture, J. Paul Getty Museum

Crop Selection for the Getty Salad Garden

Amaranth in the Getty Salad Garden
Amaranth in the Getty Salad Garden. Photo: Abby Han

How did the Getty decide to grow unique vegetables like mizuna mustard and amaranth? More»

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Posted in J. Paul Getty Museum, Manuscripts and Books, Miscellaneous

Noodles Fit for the Mother of God

Detail of Joseph cooking in a Renaissance manuscript

A food historian recreates a dish that Mother Mary may have been served. More»

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Posted in Art, Getty Research Institute, Prints and Drawings

The Original Turducken

Feast with stuffed ox / Hogenber
Feast with stuffed ox (detail), 1530, in Nicholas Hogenber, Procession of Pope Clement VII and the Emperor Charles V after the coronation at Bologna on the 24th February, MDXXX. Hand-colored etching pasted on canvas scroll. The Getty Research Institute

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Posted in Art, Behind the Scenes

Getty Salad Garden: Ron Finley

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“Gangsta Gardener” Ron Finley talks about urban farming, creativity, and how food can change your life More»

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Posted in Exhibitions and Installations, Prints and Drawings

Celebrating Sugar in “The Edible Monument”

Marcia Reed and Ivan Day
Marcia Reed and Ivan Day installing the sugar sculpture in The Edible Monument

Talking sugar with the chief curator of the Getty Research Institute. More»

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The Weird and Wonderful Edible Monuments of Early Modern Europe

Festa della Porchetta in Bologna / Belmondo

When architecture was made of food. More»

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Posted in Getty360

Can Gluttony Set You Free?

The Temperate / Master
The Temperate and the Intemperate; Master of the Dresden Prayer Book (Flemish, active about 1480 - 1515); Bruges, Belgium; about 1475 - 1480; Tempera colors and ink on parchment; Leaf: 17.5 x 19.4 cm (6 7/8 x 7 5/8 in.); Ms. 43, recto

Is gluttony underrated? More»

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The Origins of Flavored Waters

Recipes for distilling peach, bitter orange, citron, and lemon flower waters / Walther Hermann Ryff
Recipes for distilling peach, bitter orange, citron, and lemon flower waters. Hand-colored woodcuts from Walther Hermann Ryff’s Das new groß Distiller Buch (Frankfurt: Heirs of Christian Egenolff, 1556). The Getty Research Institute

Expensive flavored waters predate Whole Foods by centuries. More»

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