Weekend Reading: Produce Sticker Art, Toddler Restaurant Reviews, and More

What we're reading, cooking and clicking this week

Barry Snyder

I've stuck produce stickers to the counter, tried flapping them into the trash, and, occasionally, swallowed them along with their attached fruit. Barry Snyder of Erie, Colorado has a much better—and beautiful—solution. He turns them into incredible works of art. —Zoe Schaeffer [Modern Farmer]

The way New York eats dinner is as varied as its residents: everything from Tibetan soup and homemade pasta to kale slaw and cheesesteaks finds a place on New York's plate. The staff of NYTable follows 12 diverse New Yorkers to find out where they shop, how much they spend, and what they eat for dinner. Recipes included. —Kiley Bense NYTable

Does your dinner party include a toddler? If so check out Bold Italic's appalling/amusing "four year old reviews restaurant (with her face)" series, which documents the reactions of kindergardeners as they eat at places like State Bird Provisions and Mission Chinese Food. —Karen Shimizu The Bold Italic

Whether it's a personal choice or in support of serious medical reasons, we all know someone who is living the gluten-free lifestyle. Restaurants and food producers worldwide have adapted to this dietary movement and most now provide gluten-free options. But what is gluten? And do non-medically effected people adopting this diet really know what they're avoiding? Jimmy Kimmel tried to answer that question in this very hilarious video. —Michellina Jones TIME