As soon as it cools down a bit, I’m totally going to make this Zucchini Parmesan.
A friend I admire very much self-published her cookbook, The Yellow Table (above), last year and then sold it to a publisher for wider distribution. Here, a story about her and kitchen keepsakes on Food 52 . Go Anna!
My husband works for a wine importer and sells wine wholesale to NYC accounts. This insidery article gives a glimpse into how the wine market works in New York and some of the (very first world) frustrations he experiences.
I linked to this on the sly in an earlier post, but in case you missed it: A terrific article on how pink wines became such “a thing.”
File this under #NotSoModernPotluck: A Social History of the Rise and Fall of the Jello Salad.
And then something that’s #SoModernPotluck: These beautiful drink dispensers pulled together by The Fresh Exchange.
Ok and finally, this has nothing to do with food, unless you count this company’s chef-related tote bags. In any case, when it comes to clothing, I’m a chronic under-buyer. I hate shopping, and as I’ve gotten older, I’m really picky about the way fabrics feel and the way clothes fit. Over the past year, I’ve fallen head over heels in love with Everlane for high quality, affordable basics. Because they sell exclusively online, their mark-ups are lower than usual and they’re completely transparent about the factories they use. I highly recommend them for anyone who loves wearing black, white and neutrals, like I do!