These Serving Platters Do More

When companies or restaurants say they’re donating a portion of profits to charity, it frequently amounts to a few dollars. But not the Sette, a tableware website from London that is now selling elegant bone-china platters in collaboration with Anna Polonsky of Polonsky & Friends, a design company. Buy the 14-inch oval platter — traced…

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For Camping or Canapés

On the trail or around the campfire, you have to eat. And increasingly, Patagonia, the outdoor gear company, can stock your backpack. Its line of responsibly sourced shelf-stable products keeps expanding; most are also worth pantry space at home. Among the latest are crackers made from breadfruit flour — take that, Captain Bligh! The handy,…

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A Book That Celebrates Vegetables

Lee Jones, an Ohio farmer who famously wears overalls and a red bow tie, runs a family farm that caters to chefs, cultivating the everyday (broccoli) and the less common (cardoons). The farm has an educational adjunct, the Culinary Vegetable Institute, and now, “The Chef’s Garden,” a thick book all about vegetables. Merely leafing its…

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Join The Daily to Celebrate Graduation

Millions of students have logged hours in virtual classrooms, navigated ever-changing work and school schedules, and seen friendships, dances, games and beloved traditions disrupted. As the school year comes to a close, we honor their perseverance, with a special live graduation event, hosted by “The Daily.” We’re thrilled to be welcoming students and teachers from…

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