Devour was nice enough to post the Thirsty For: Eggnog video. You can check it out here: WATCH

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Champurrado is an amazing Winter breakfast treat, or perfect for that cool Autumn day. Part of the Atole family of drinks, variations are found in many Latin American cultures. Though the recipe below is Mexican. And if you haven’t yet seen the video,  Watch it here Recipe 3 cups of water 2 cinnamon sticks 1 whole star anise ¼ cup masa harina 2 cups milk ½ disk chopped Ibarra chocolate 3 oz piloncilio chopped (i’ll find the vol. measurement) → Tools large stockpot molinillo ...

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The Slackershake video, which is an original recipe I made while at CHOW, has officially gone viral, with nearly a million hits, and even a few people who’ve made their own versions! Check it out!   Video Responses:

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Just watched the video and now you want to learn how to make it?  Well, you’re in luck, here’s the recipe, developed by Danielle Westeberg, also the food stylist for the video. And if you haven’t yet seen the video, or want to watch it again, you can find it here. Enjoy!   Apple Cider Recipe Ingredients: 12 medium sized apples Granny Smith & Red Delicious 1 orange ½-1 cup of brown sugar 4 cinnamon sticks 1 whole nutmeg 1 Tbsp. whole cloves water ...

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High Beam is excited to be showing two short films in this years New York City Food Film Festival, How To Make Vietnamese Coffee as well as the SideSaddle Kitchen documentary. It’s October 18th-21st – you can check out more details here.

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Last week, High Beam’s how to video on Vietnamese Coffee found its way onto Boing Boing, Gawker, Huffington Post, Ion Magazine, and has garnered over 200,000 views on Youtube. Glad to see so many people are enjoying the video, and we’re excited to launch more in this series! If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out:  HOW TO MAKE VIETNAMESE COFFEE

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The High Beam film One Plastic Beach was recently featured on Devour as well as the vimeo HD channel For all those who haven’t seen you can watch it HERE

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High Beam founder, Eric Slatkin, recently taught a workshop as part of the Disposable Film Festival and Practice Fusions’ Health Film Create-a-thon at the Hotel Rex in San Francisco. The workshop was geared towards making films focused on health and social action, and resulted with some pretty neat films. Check out all the great speakers from the afternoon on Practice Fusion’s site: READ

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High Beam just finished a new video about Get Satisfaction’s recent integration with Hootsuite – check out the video:

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Eric Slatkin of High Beam was recently interviewed about his documentary on artists’ Richard and Judith Selby Lang, One Plastic Beach. He also discusses his documentary style and thoughts on objectivity within documentary. READ the full interview.  

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