Friday, April 25, 2014

Weekend Reading


I know it's been a while, but I've pulled together some great links to share with you all. Recipes, good reads, pretty pictures....what more could you want on a Friday?

I've been working a lot both at work and at home, hosting guests, and trying really hard to perfect a few recipes that just haven't been reliable, which makes it impossible for me to post them here for you. I don't want to post things that only work one out of three times. No good for you and no good for me. And no, I don't want to talk about the sad batch of brownies from the other week.

I've also been impatient about wanting summer and all it's fruity bounty to be here already, but at the same time, I'm just not ready to believe that this much of 2014 has flown by already.

What about you? Is time flying by? sitting still? What interesting things have you read or made this week?

New spot

I want to make this rug! Or, more realistically I want someone to make it for me.

On being kinder to each other. A good story, an open thread, and lots of good conversations

From the New York Times, fake meat finally tastes real.

Avocado salads in avocados...Smitten Kitchen strikes again

Honey Maid made a commercial. Some people freaked out. They made art in a great response.

Another resource-full post from Pinch of Yum

This looks interesting- has anyone tried 2 Ingredient Pancakes?

mmmmm...homemade Bread & Butter Pickles

Segregated America in pretty pastels. There's a surreal quality to these (or at least to me since I wasn't around then), where I find myself admiring the photos, the light quality, and, yes, the dresses, even while seeing "white only" signs

Pretty pretty poppies

Are you a feminist? BuzzFeed's easiest quiz yet

These mango fruit roll ups look delicious

NYPD tried Twitter and epically failed

Why side projects matter, and the art of succeeding slowly
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