Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos June 27, 2018 IT’S HAMBURGER FRIDAY at Chew, and Adam Melonas is pleased as punch. The Australian chef and founder of the lab sits at the edge of the communal lunchroom surrounded by his team, a mix of PhD food scientists and some of the country’s top chefs. Behind the swinging lab door is Melonas’s massive, state-of-the-art kitchen, complete with a huge orange custom Hestan range, centrifuges, freeze driers, dehydration machines, a cold room for temperature-controlled experiments, and stand mixers with bowls large enough that one’s arms can barely wrap around them. Inside, members of his team work in tandem, like pieces on a chessboard: Scientists in white lab coats and chefs in black aprons, conjuring up recipes for more healthful foods, beverages, and snacks. Because every person who walks into Chew has to sign a … [Read more...] about Can Adam Melonas cook up a food revolution from his secretive Fenway lab?
MONDAYBASEBALLMISHAWAKA 19, FAIRFIELD 2At MishawakaFairfield;001;01;—;2;3;2Mishawaka;644;5x;—;19;16;0Complete results unavailableADAMS 17, WASHINGTON 0At AdamsWashington;000;00;—;0;0;7Adams;363;5x;—;17;11;0Kage Haeck (W)2B: John Broden Jr. (A), Allen Balmer (A)3B: Thad Skipper (A), Breckin Brown (A)HR: Kage Haeck (A)Highlights: Haeck threw a no-hitter for Adams while striking out 13. He added a three-run home run and had 4 RBIs.Adams record: 10-9 (6-5 NIC)WARSAW 9, PLYMOUTH 4At WarsawPlymouth;100;002;1;—;4;8;3Warsaw;010;701;0;—;9;11;0Complete results unavailableBREMEN 7, TRITON 0At BremenTriton;000;000;0;—;0;4;0Bremen;331;000;x;—;7;10;3Highlight: Bremen's Alex Stouder threw a complete game shutout with seven strike outsNORTHWOOD 7, WAWASEE 0At NappaneeWawasee;000;000;0;—;0;4;1NorthWood;020;104;x;—;7;6;1Alec Holcomb (W), Carter Woody (L)Highlights: Brock Miller and Kyler Hauptli each had two hits for NorthWood while Holcomb … [Read more...] about Prep Scoreboard: May 8, 2018
Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies via The New York Times In an undated photo, packets of MDMA, often used as a party drug and known as Ecstasy or Molly. A majority of 26 combat veterans and first-responders with chronic PTSD who had not been helped by traditional methods saw dramatic decreases in symptoms after taking MDMA, according to a study published on May 1, 2018. By Dave Philipps, New York Times News Service Sunday, May 6, 2018 | 2 a.m. The drug known by the street names Ecstasy or Molly could be a promising treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a new study. Research published Tuesday in the British journal The Lancet Psychiatry found that after two sessions of psychotherapy with the party drug, officially known as MDMA, a majority of 26 combat veterans and first-responders with chronic PTSD who had not been helped by traditional methods saw dramatic decreases in symptoms. The improvements were so dramatic that 68 percent of the … [Read more...] about Ecstasy as PTSD relief for soldiers: ‘I was able to forgive myself.’
Michael Palmer jumped into owning a business after a wildfire destroyed his home in California. Stephen J. Bronner Published 12:30 pm, Monday, April 23, 2018 Photo: McConnell's Ice Cream Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: McConnell's Ice Cream Why This Entrepreneur Who Took Over a 70-Year-Old Ice Cream Brand Advocates for Slow Growth 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this ongoing column, The Digest, Entrepreneur.com News Director Stephen J. Bronner speaks with food entrepreneurs and executives to see what it took to get their products into the mouths of customers. Michael Palmer says that he always joked with his family that one day they'd own McConnell's, a 70-year-old ice cream brand beloved in their hometown of Santa Barbara. That actually came to be -- about a year after a wildfire destroyed their house … [Read more...] about Why This Entrepreneur Who Took Over a 70-Year-Old Ice Cream Brand Advocates for Slow Growth
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