All of this rain (it’s been raining for a week straight, Lindsay says San Francisco is crying because of my departure) has me dreaming of warmer weather.
This morning I finally woke up to sunshine.
While windy and freeeezing outside, it is warm and sunny in my sunlight-drenched room, calling for my current favorite breakfast, a bowl of sliced mangoes topped with chopped almonds and coconut milk.
Oh yes, and that is knitting you see. Just a little project I’m working on, to wear on an upcoming trip… for my new job…
I’m being mysterious, aren’t I?
I could so go for one of these right now…
lavender martini from post ranch inn
But I should be eating these instead.
parsnip sticks with harissa & cayenne
sweet potato fries with sriracha & creme fraiche
Want to make all of them. CruncySpicySwag.
More images and recipes at BonAppetit.com
Chefs talking about their cookbooks collections? How am I just finding out about this??!!??
This is so exciting. I love cookbooks. I think my head just exploded.
It’s only the third installment (over the course of four months) but seeeeriously, c’mon guys, I need more.
Queue The Cookbook Collection from Eater.
image courtesy of eater
Per Sara Moulton:
“If a cookbook doesn’t have 200 recipes, it’s not a serious cookbook.”
I mean, I couldn’t agree more, but does it have to be serious to be enjoyable?
Golly Gee Willikers this is an exciting discovery.
or, How to Peel Garlic in Less Than 10 Seconds.
Thanks Todd – this instantly solves the worlds’ garlic peeling problems!
My mother will be particularly happy. She loathes peeling garlic.