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We tried more than 25 alternative proteins. These were the best (and worst)

We tried more than 25 alt-protein burger, sausage, chicken nugget and fish products. Here's a breakdown of the best and worst


Ditching meat? Where to find alternative proteins at fast-casual restaurants

Where to find plant-based meat products at fast-casual restaurants in Los Angeles and Orange County.


Column: What In-N-Out's vaccine standoff reveals about the California dream

In-N-Out's surprisingly outspoken anti-vaccine mandate move is a surprise, but it takes a delusional Californian to think In-N-Out was anything more than what it is -- a fantasy of apolitical niceness.


Mushrooms: the next big weapon in the war against conventional meat

This story is part of our series on the future of cultured and plant-based meat. Read more here.


Prepare yourself for an avalanche of fake meat

The list of meat mimics a plant-based, cultured, fungi-based a is mushrooming.


Beyond the burger: chicken, fish and pork are now made from plants

There now are plant-based products that mimic an expanding variety of fish, as well as chicken and pork.


Why California is the capital of fake meat

Companies are flocking to alt-protein central a California


At Berkeley's Alt: Meat Lab, some students learn to be CEOs

Berkeley's Alt: Meat Lab connects students interested in creating plant-based proteins with potential investors


When can we eat cultured meat? It's an ingredient issue

You might assume cultured meat doesn't involve animal products a but it's complicated.


Superba Food + Bread takes over Hollywood's former Cat & Fiddle space

The new location offers a larger menu, a raw bar and plenty of patio space.


After sourcing scandal, Belcampo Meat Co. abruptly closes stores, restaurants

Former employee alleged the sustainable meat company was mislabeling product


Find your Hot Spot

9 recipes for hot sauce with moderate to atomic heat


Podcast: A matter of a piA+-on

The piA+-on nut is a beloved snack of the American Southwest, surrounded by traditions. But the harvest is getting smaller and smaller.


Agnes brings witty cooking and a serious cheese counter to Old Pasadena

Agnes in Pasadena, an eclectic, cheese-focused restaurant and market, is an instant hit.


Michael Mina to open a plant-forward, health-focused restaurant in Hollywood

Michael Mina, known for his steakhouses around the country, will open a plant-forward, health-focused restaurant in Hollywood called Mother Tongue.


Seasons of Preserves: Apple Butter

How to pick the best apples and make the best apple butter to preserve autumn in a jar.


Pitted: Handling Quinces

How cooking quinces for making fruit butter is different than apples.


Bake your apple butter

Why turning to the oven makes cooking pulpy apple puree easier and more stress-free.


Pitted: No Plate Test (Still)

Why the plate test is not necessary to make apple butter at home.


Where to find the best spooky foods and drinks for Halloween

Here are five killer spots for spooky foods and drinks this Halloween.


Master Apple Butter

Fragrant apples, pureed until smooth, cook with sugar and lemon juice into a silky-soft fruit butter.


Why making apple butter is different from making jam

Apple butter is a smooth puree of fruit a rather than chunks a and must be approached differently than jam.


Food Bowl to take over the Paramount Studios backlot on Saturday

L.A.'s top culinary talent will dish up their fine offerings on the final night of the Los Angeles Times Food Bowl at the Paramount Studios backlot.


Suzanne Goin, Caroline Styne debut two new restaurants this week

Cara Cara and Caldo Verde will open within the Proper Hotel in downtown L.A.


For fast, fabulous pasta, start with aglio e olio

10 divine pasta recipes you can put on the table in half an hour or less


Recipes for dates and how best to cook with them

Smooth, sweet shakes, tart lemon bars, crunchy slaw and an aromatic chicken braise a these are just a few of the wonderful recipes utilizing the unique sweetness of dates.


Honey'd Wine-Soaked Dates

Honey and acidic natural wine play up the complex sweetness of dates in this boozy snack.


Red Cabbage and Date Salad With Preserved Lemon and Pistachios

Chewy Deglet Noor dates add sweetness to this crunchy slaw brightened with preserved lemon.


Date, Banana and Almond Smoothie

Frozen banana and almonds add body and richness to this simple vegan date shake.


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Latest News: Season 2 of La Biblioteca Podcast Launched

As part of the celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month, today the Library of Congress launched Season 2 of La Biblioteca podcast, a six-part series titledExploring Latinx Civil Rights in the United States, which zeros in on seminal civil rights cases and events.

Click here for more information.


September News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

2021 National Book Festival Starts Tomorrow!


New: Library Releases Data for Free Download and Discovery

The Library of Congress announced today its third release of records in its online catalog for free bulk download for research and discovery. The release supports the Library’s effort to continuously expand open access to its vast collections.

This MARC (Machine Readable Cataloging Records) release surpasses previous releases and adds more than 200,000 new records to the existing 25 million record database.

Click here for more information.


New: Speculative Annotation Invites the Public to Interact with Collections

Students, educators and learners of all ages are invited to interact with select items in the Library’s collections with the launch of Speculative Annotation, the latest experiment from LC Labs. Created by artist and 2021 Innovator in Residence Courtney McClellan, Speculative Annotation is an open-source dynamic web application and public art project.

Click here for more information.


New: 'A Century of Lawmaking' Now Available on Congress.gov

The Library of Congress announced today that U.S. congressional records dating back to the days of printing presses and the telegraph are now easily accessible on mobile devices. With this latest update of Congress.gov — the official website for U.S. federal legislative information — the Library has transitioned over 33,000 bills and resolutions crafted by Congress between 1799 and 1873 (the 6th to 42nd U.S. Congresses) to a modern, user-friendly web format.

The Library’s “A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation” collection has been a premier source of historic legal documents since it was first published online in 1998, serving as an access point to the lawmaking of early America.

Click here for more information.


June News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Celebrating Juneteenth, Pride Month, & More!


Take the Library of Congress Survey

Over the past year, like you, the Library of Congress has adjusted, recalibrated and learned. We want to continue to learn from you about what more we can do. As a friend of the Library of Congress, your feedback is critical to us as we look to the future. The Library of Congress is your library and we want to build plans based on YOU.

Please take a moment to complete the survey and share more about how you’ve engaged with the Library, what we can do better, and what more you want to see from us. No matter where you are in the country (or world!), or how you’ve connected with the Library before – we want your feedback.

Take the survey: https://wh.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=162090351735&src=1

The survey will close in 10 days, so please take 10 minutes to complete it now. We look forward to sharing the insights we learn and, most importantly, using your feedback to chart the path forward.

Thanks for your time!

Carla Hayden
Librarian of Congress


Late May News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Library to Reopen Four Reading Rooms June 2


April News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

April is National Poetry Month


New: Latest Season of 'America Works' Podcast Celebrates American Workforce

The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing more workers’ voices from around the country to listeners with the second season of “America Works,” a podcast series celebrating the diversity, resilience and creativity of the American workforce during a time of economic challenge and transition.

The season's first episode features Sarah Fortin, a fish net maker in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts.

Click here for more information.


Celebrating Women's History Month

News from the Library of Congress

Celebrating Women's History Month


Celebrating Black History Month

News from the Library of Congress

Celebrating Black History Month


New: 19th Century Malay Letters Available Online

The Library of Congress today announced the digitization of 46 Malay letters from the 19thcentury, mainly from Malay kings and Southeast Asian notables to William Farquhar, a pioneering British colonial administrator in Singapore (1819-1823), providing online access to an important resource on the founding of that country.

Written in Jawi script, an adaptation of the Arabic script for writing the Malay language,the 46 letters reflect exchanges between Malay rulers and Farquhar,a key figure in the founding of modern Singapore.

Click here for more information.


January News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Inaugurations Past, Presidential Papers and Pandemic Photo Collecting


New: Library Completes Digitization of 23 Early Presidential Collections

The Library of Congress has completed a more than two decade-long initiative to digitize the papers of nearly two dozen early presidents. The Library holds the papers of 23 presidents from George Washington to Calvin Coolidge, all of which have been digitized and are now available online.

Click here for more information.


New on the Web: LOC and GPO release ten years of legislative data

The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) in partnership with the Library of Congress, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate has released 10 additional years of bill status XML bulk data on govinfo. Bill status information, created by the Library of Congress and Congress, describes the activities and status steps for each legislative measure. The original project started at the direction of the House Committee on Appropriations and supports the Legislative Branch Bulk Data Task Force.

The new data, which includes bill status information from 2003–2012 (108th Congress to the 112th Congress), has been populated on GPO’s govinfo bulk data repository and adds to previously available data from 2013–2020 (113rd Congress to 116th Congress).

Click here for more information.


November News from the Library of Congress

November News from the Library of Congress

November is Native American Heritage Month

What started at the turn of the century as an effort to create a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a month being designated for that purpose.

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans with this joint web portal highlighting collections, resources and events: nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/A



November News from the Library of Congress

November News from the Library of Congress

November is Native American Heritage Month

What started at the turn of the century as an effort to create a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a month being designated for that purpose.

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans with this joint web portal highlighting collections, resources and events: nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/A



New: Virtual Student Workshops Available for Students and Teachers

The Library of Congress is now offering virtual student workshops to engage young learners during an unprecedented school year. A new set of virtual workshops, available for students in grades three through eight, offer an opportunity to explore the Library’s exhibitions, collections and architecture from home.

Click here for more information.


Starting Today! The Virtual National Book Festival is THIS Weekend

This Friday through Sunday! The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival is Virtual

The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival is celebrating its 20th birthday this year! Join us this weekend at loc.gov/bookfest for an interactive, online celebration of American Ingenuity featuring more than loc120 authors, poets and illustrators at the first virtual event in the festival’s history. Connect with your favorite writers across all genres at our virtual “stages” including, Children, Teens, Family, Food & Field, Fiction, Genre Fiction, History & Biography sponsored by Wells Fargo, Poetry & Prose sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts, Science, and Understanding Our World.

View the full author lineup: loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/authors/?loclr=ealn

Complete Your FREE Registration and Sign In Now

Create your FREE account now at loc.gov/bookfest to access on-demand videos, live author chats and discussions during the Festival weekend, Sept. 25 – 27. You’ll have options to personalize your own festival journey with timely topics, and to explore book buying possibilities through the festival’s official bookseller, Politics & Prose.


Today! A Day of Programming for Schools, Children & Teens at Home

Video interviews with popular authors of books for children and young adults, as well as two 1-hour video specials, are available for on-demand viewing starting today at 9 a.m. ET on the festival platform under the “Stages” tab. Log on at loc.gov/bookfest or view on the Library’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/loc/.

Young people can also check out the Roadmap to Reading, which features a list of “Great Reads from Great Places” – 53 books that reflect the literary heritage of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Don't miss live Q&As with some of today's most popular children and young adult authors – including Chelsea Clinton and Veronica Chambers. Visit loc.gov/bookfest for a complete schedule.

Download this Learning Guide for tips and suggestions on experiencing the virtual festival all weekend long with the kids and teens in your life: loc.gov/static/events/2020-national-book-festival/documents/NBF2020-Learning-Guide.pdf


The Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction and Literacy Awards to be given at Festival

Each year we take the opportunity of the Library of Congress National Book Festival to award a series of important prizes that celebrate and honor literature and literacy. This year, Colson Whitehead, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novels “The Nickel Boys” and “The Underground Railroad,” will receive the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction during the festival. The author will take part in a live Q&A event and talk about his life and work at this year’s National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. Also, five organizations working to expand literacy and promote reading will be awarded the 2020 Library of Congress Literacy Awards.

Read more: blogs.loc.gov/national-book-festival/2020/09/our-award-winners-colson-whitehead-literacy-honorees/


Watch the PBS Television Special on Sunday

Also a first in the festival’s history, the festivities will culminate with a PBS television special! Watch “The Library of Congress National Book Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity,” hosted by Hoda Kotb on Sunday, Sept. 27, 6-8 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings and PBS streaming info).

 

 


Festival Shop

The National Book Festival may be virtual, but you can still receive actual merchandise to help capture the memories this year. Purchase swag at our on-line shop where you can also order a FREE commemorative tote bag courtesy of our media partner, C-SPAN. 

SHOP: library-of-congress-shop.myshopify.com/collections/national-book-festival

Order books by featured authors from the Festival’s official bookseller – Politics & Prose – within the online platform at loc.gov/bookfest. A limited number of signed copies are available.

The 2020 National Book Festival poster is available for download at loc.gov/programs/national-book-festival/about-this-program/poster-gallery/. Also, a printed version of the poster will be shipped to you with a donation of $25 or more to support the National Book Festival from either our official bookseller, Politics & Prose, at this location politics-prose.com/national-book-festival-donation or the Library of Congress website at loc.gov/donate/ (select "National Book Festival").


#NatBookFest - Follow & Share on Social Media

Follow our social media accounts, re-post festival info, and share your own posts about the event and your favorite presenting authors using the hashtag #NatBookFest. We’ve even created a fun Facebook frame for your profile picture to let friend know you’ll be there! (While logged into Facebook, select your profile picture > select Add Frame > search for National Book Festival Badge 2020 > select then save.)

  • Twitter @librarycongress: twitter.com/librarycongress
  • Instagram @librarycongress: instagram.com/librarycongress
  • Facebook @libraryofcongress: facebook.com/libraryofcongress
  • Festival Facebook event: facebook.com/events/492391091592698/

Thank You to Our National Book Festival Supporters

The festival is free to the public with support from our sponsors and donors including National Book Festival Co-Chair, David M. Rubenstein, Charter Sponsor, The Washington Post, Patrons, Institute of Museum and Library Services, National Endowment for the Arts, Wells Fargo, Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission, and many Friends and Media Partners. The full list can be found at loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/sponsors/.

Our partners have even transformed their traditional Festival booths and are bringing you read-alongs, fun videos, author features, activities to download and giveaways — all online. Take a look at the schedule of those activities here, then log in to the platform to access them today. More: blogs.loc.gov/national-book-festival/2020/09/festival-partners-family-friendly-activities-are-back/

Please join us in thanking all of our supporters and consider making your gift to the Library of Congress at loc.gov/donate.

 


Upcoming Events & New on the Web: Citizen DJ App to Launch at National Book Festival

The Library's Citizen DJ project will officially launch at the 2020 National Book Festival with the premiere of original sounds created by youth across America. At the virtual festival, DJ Kid Koala will spin some of these original beats and be joined in discussion with young adults, community educators and Innovator in Residence Brian Foo about hip-hop, history and their creative process.

Click here for more information.


Virtual National Book Festival Sept. 25-27 a Register Now!

2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity

The 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival will celebrate its 20th birthday this year! And, for the first time in its history, the event will be completely virtual. Join us next weekend for an interactive, online celebration of American Ingenuity featuring more than 120 authors, poets and illustrators. The festivities will culminate with a PBS television special “The Library of Congress National Book Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity,” hosted by Hoda Kotb on Sunday, Sept. 27, 6-8 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings).

Register Today! 

Create your FREE account now at loc.gov/bookfest to access on-demand videos, live author chats and discussions during the Festival weekend, Sept. 25 – 27. You’ll have options to personalize your own festival journey with timely topics, and to explore book buying possibilities through the festival’s official bookseller, Politics & Prose.


Check Out the Author Lineup

More than 120 renowned authors, poets and illustrators are taking part in our virtual festival! Connect with your favorite writers across all genres at our virtual “stages” including, Children, Teens, Family, Food & Field, Fiction, Genre Fiction, History & Biography sponsored by Wells Fargo, Poetry & Prose sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts, Science and Understanding Our World.

View the full author lineup: loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/authors/


Explore Timely Topics

New to this year’s festival is an opportunity to take a deeper dive into timely topics engaged by many books across the festival’s stages. You are invited to follow three newsworthy threads that weave through the festival and offer a more profound appreciation for the subjects. They are:

• “Fearless Women” – books by and about strong women and trailblazers.
• “Hearing Black Voices” – books that showcase Black voices across all genres, affirming their contributions to American culture.
• “Democracy in the 21st Century” – books that assess the state of democratic principles in America and around the globe.


Friday, Sept. 25: A Day of Programming for Schools, Children & Teens at Home

The Library of Congress National Book Festival will present a robust lineup of live and recorded programming featuring all-star authors for schools and young audiences at home on Friday, Sept. 25. Video interviews with popular authors of books for children and young adults, as well as two 1-hour video specials, will be available for on-demand viewing starting at 9 a.m. ET on the festival website at loc.gov/bookfest and on the Library’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/user/LibraryOfCongress.

Young people can also check out the Roadmap to Reading, which features a list of “Great Reads from Great Places” – 53 books that reflect the literary heritage of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Read more: loc.gov/item/prn-20-061/


Help Spread the Word

Forward this email to your friends and family and encourage them to “meet” you at the festival. Follow our social media accounts, re-post festival info, and share your own posts about the event and your favorite presenting authors using the hashtag #NatBookFest. We’ve even created a fun Facebook frame for your profile picture to let friends know you’ll be there! (While logged into Facebook, select your profile picture > select Add Frame > search for National Book Festival Badge  2020 > select then save).

  • Twitter @librarycongress: twitter.com/librarycongress
  • Instagram @librarycongress: instagram.com/librarycongress
  • Facebook @libraryofcongress: facebook.com/libraryofcongress

Thank you to our National Book Festival Supporters

The festival is free to the public with support from our sponsors and donors including National Book Festival Co-Chair, David M. Rubenstein, Charter Sponsor, The Washington Post, Patrons, Institute of Museum and Library Services, National Endowment for the Arts, Wells Fargo, Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission, and many Friends and Media Partners. The full list can be found at loc.gov/events/2020-national-book-festival/sponsors/.

Please join us in thanking all of our supporters and consider making your gift to the Library of Congress at loc.gov/donate.

 


Latest News & New on the Web: Library Launches Tool to Search Historical Newspaper Images

The public can now explore more than 1.5 million historical newspaper images online and free of charge. The latest machine learning experience from LC Labs,Newspaper Navigatorallows users to search visual content in American newspapers dating from 1789-1963.

Click here for more information.


New on the Web from the Library of Congress

New in Digital Collections

Calvin Coolidge Papers Project from the Manuscript Division

Digitized from 190 reels of previously reproduced microfilm, these papers constitute the largest collection of original Coolidge documents in the world. The collection dates primarily during his presidency and contains correspondence, telegraph messages, appointments and more. The correspondence chronicles the political environment of the 1920s.

Foreign Legal Gazettes from the Law Library of Congress

The first release of Foreign Legal Gazettes is now available. Eritrean Proclamations and Legal Notices is the first addition to this digital collection. The Law Library of Congress has been collecting foreign official gazettes since the mid-19th century and maintains one of the largest collections of these sources in the world.

Garden and Forest

"Garden and Forest: A Journal of Horticulture, Landscape Art, and Forestry (1888-1897)" is now available digitally. The first American journal devoted to horticulture, botany, landscape preservation, park development, scientific forestry and conservation, the 10-volume journal contains over 1,000 illustrations and 2,000 pages of advertisements.

Updated Digital Collections

Meeting of Frontiers

Originally funded by Congress, Meeting of Frontiers is devoted to documenting the exploration and settlement of the American West, the parallel exploration and settlement of Siberia and the Russian Far East and the meeting of the Russian-American frontier in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. The digital collection has been updated to include a batch of digital collections from Russia, and a new article detailing the breadth of the collection's material.

Publications from the Law Library of Congress

More than 250 reports from the Law Library of Congress written between 1999 and 2015 are now available.


Latest News and New on the Web: American Folklife Center Launches New Podcast

TheAmerican Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing the voices of workers throughout the country to listeners with "America Works," a new podcast series that celebrates the diversity and tenacity of the American workforce during a time of economic crisis and transition.

Each 10-minute episode of "America Works" introduces listeners to an individual worker whose first-person narrative adds to the wealth of our shared national experience. OnThursday, Sept. 3, the first four episodes will become available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and atloc.gov/podcasts. A new episode will be released weekly and featured on the Library's social media channels beginning Thursday, Sept. 10.

Click here for more information.


September News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

2021 National Book Festival Starts Tomorrow!


June News from the Library of Congress

News from the Library of Congress

Celebrating Juneteenth, Pride Month, & More!


Take the Library of Congress Survey

Over the past year, like you, the Library of Congress has adjusted, recalibrated and learned. We want to continue to learn from you about what more we can do. As a friend of the Library of Congress, your feedback is critical to us as we look to the future. The Library of Congress is your library and we want to build plans based on YOU.

Please take a moment to complete the survey and share more about how you’ve engaged with the Library, what we can do better, and what more you want to see from us. No matter where you are in the country (or world!), or how you’ve connected with the Library before – we want your feedback.

Take the survey: https://wh.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=162090351735&src=1

The survey will close in 10 days, so please take 10 minutes to complete it now. We look forward to sharing the insights we learn and, most importantly, using your feedback to chart the path forward.

Thanks for your time!

Carla Hayden
Librarian of Congress


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