In this quick short, Foodie explores how Cassia (synonymous with cinnamon in the States) is harvested to make cinnamon. It's an interesting and decidedly old school process, the bark of the trees are cut and peeled off and then scraped and dried (where the bark curls up). Big pieces become powder, narrower pieces…
Walkers are making L.A. unsafe for cars, a ban on a crucial spice won't be very nice for Denmark, and tourists flocking to Detroit's urban ruins are ruining Detroit even more. It's our final look at What's Ruining Our Cities this year!
Which smells make people think about summer, and which evoke thoughts of the holidays? A hundred people were locked in a science museum and asked to smell a dozen different odors in order to answer this vital question.