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Life & Thyme Magazine Kickstarts; Michael Voltaggio's Making Wine

A new print magazine from a favorite culinary blog Kickstarts, while a celebrated LA chef experiments with orange wine.

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FOOD MEDIA— Online food-culture magazine Life & Thyme announced it'll launch a quarterly print publication, taking to Kickstarter to help raise funds. Life & Thyme founder Antonio Diaz and his team are seeking $20,000 to print a full-color inaugural issue promising long-form coverage of food culture from Chicago to Scotland to Turkey. More information about the campaign here. [EaterWire]

LOS ANGELES—Chef Michael Voltaggio (of Top Chef and ink. fame) is getting into the wine game: LA Weekly reports Voltaggio has teamed up with online wine retailer Club W and winemaker Chris Pittenger to co-create an orange wine called "Rust." (According to the site, it has tasting notes of tangerine, citrus, and dried grass.) The wine can be purchased through Club W or at ink., where it's available by the bottle or glass. [LAW]

NEW YORK CITY— Slow food ambassador Alice Waters will help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Slow Food USA during a free event at Brooklyn's Roberta on October 3. Waters will join Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini and the Heritage Radio Network for a discussion and reception toasting the work of both activists. More information and registration here. [EaterWire]

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