Weeds And Seeds

Jean-Georges Vongerichten is a significant supporter of our company — our first project for the legendary chef was the Upper East Side eatery JoJo, five years ago, and since then, it’s been a pleasure to work on projects that have followed, like The Public Hotel and Nougatine, experimenting with new designs to suit Von From “Weeds” to “Seeds”: A Commentary This commentary provides insights into perceptual and contextual data regarding former prisoners and how they are led to view the world and how they can

The Seeds & Weeds Serving Set

Jean-Georges Vongerichten is a significant supporter of our company — our first project for the legendary chef was the Upper East Side eatery JoJo, five years ago, and since then, it’s been a pleasure to work on projects that have followed, like The Public Hotel and Nougatine, experimenting with new designs to suit Vongerichten’s singular culinary vision. Every project is different and expands the way we see how food can be served.

That’s why we’re thrilled to be able to offer a collaboration with Jean-Georges Vongerichten to home cooks for the first time ever.

The Seeds & Weeds Serving Set is named for the latest Vongerichten restaurant serving food on our dinnerware. Seeds & Weeds is a sustainable and artisanal plant-based eatery that embraces the fresh ingredients of the day — and it’s one of multiple restaurants that will be part of Vongerichten’s game-changing Tin Building project in New York City’s Seaport.

The Serving Set was designed to reflect the dinnerware that will be in service at Seeds & Weeds — which uses our Toasted clay body, featuring white glaze and hand-painted red bands. Each set is stamped with a custom Special Edition logo. And what might you use it for? We’re imagining a crudité spread featuring the greatest hits from your weekly Farmer’s Market haul, but the possibilities, as the Tin Building will prove, are endless.

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The Seeds & Weeds Serving Set includes a 2.5″ Condiment Bowl, a 5.75″ Coupe Cereal Bowl, a 7″ Coupe Cake Plate, and a Medium Oval Platter. The Set will ship within 5 business days.

From “Weeds” to “Seeds”: A Commentary

This commentary provides insights into perceptual and contextual data regarding former prisoners and how they are led to view the world and how they can become assets within the community-oriented policing strategy in those high-risk neighborhoods that most former prisoners return to.

Research shows a significantly large number of former prisoners returning from prison to select communities, predominantly disadvantaged urban neighborhoods where there is a rise in community-oriented policing. With this, there is a need for former prisoners and police to find ways in which to work together in order to succeed in enhancing public safety in high-risk areas. This commentary examines how former prisoners can position themselves within community-oriented policing strategies as assets or “seeds,” as opposed to liabilities or “weeds.” It takes the perspective of the former prisoner and attempts to humanize and contextualize the problem by providing a discussion dominated and grounded in lived experiences. It is through this collaboration, modeling mutual respect and a spirit of inclusion, that police and ex-offenders may come together to work for enhanced public safety. References