Favorites List (3.10.12) Recipe
The March favorites list, and a proposal to switch things up a bit.
I think I'm going to switch up the way these favorites lists work. Just a bit. Instead of doing them monthly, I'm going to post them whenever I have 20 or 30 links I'm excited about. However often that might be. And I'll do my best to make sure recipes don't get pushed out of the way - I know a number of you feel as if a favorites list is a poor substitute for a good recipe. Understood ;) It's just that right now I end up with a list, and then sit on it for weeks, which doesn't seem quite right...I find myself counting the days until I can share this sort of link love with you. -h
- Matt Dick | Style Counsel & st/co
- 100 best first lines from novels. (via Kim Severson)
- Gobo Peperoncino and Kinpira Gobo
- Just subscribed to this.
- Arugula Salad with Toasted Pepitas and Cojita Cheese
- The Morocco.
- Bâtiment at Le 104 in Paris.
- So you want to write a cookbook.
- How much does your building weigh Mr. Foster?
- Porcelain Popsicle Sticks
- Double exposure paintings.
- Sophia Coppola in Marrakesh. (via Maryam)
- To try: Grapefruit Olive Oil Cake
- The Lovings at Home. (via Francis Lam)
- Embroidery on vintage paperback.
- Making paneer. (via Kinfolk)
- Studio Visits: Rebecca Morris & Hadley Nunes
- On my list to read: An Everlasting Meal, Tamar Adler
- Underground New York Public Library
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I'm sitting here on a lazy Sunday, browsing the NY Times and see that Yotam Ottolenghi also follows you. Interesting, since I first heard of him though you. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/11/opinion/sunday/catching-up-with-the-chef-yotam-ottolenghi.html?emc=eta1
If it is on your favorites list.....I KNOW I need to try it out. I love your photography and hearing of your travels and friendships. A life filled with wonderful friends, home and great foods. God Bless.
Oh, that list of 100 best first lines from novels has inspired me to pick up some new books!
Love the favorites list! Great website. Cheers!
I don't mind favorite lists at all, I like seeing what other people find because it tells us a little more about you and helps us discover some great links we might not have found.
Not only do I look forward to your lists as much as I do your recipes (you've turned us all on to so many cool things), but this is one of your best ones! I heart Sophia Coppola; everything she does is just beautiful and interesting, and I probably wouldn't have known this piece had you not posted it. Please keep them coming!
Heidi- I love your favorites list- with or without recipes- keep em coming!
I always look forward to your favorites lists!! Glad to hear they might be coming more frequently :)
I think I may be one of those you are referring to who would rather get a recipe than a list, but I want to clarify- I do enjoy your lists, especially when you link to recipes :) its just that you typically only post every 5 days or so, so to log on looking for a recipe and get a list, then having to wait another 5 days... You know? If you keep with the recipe schedule, the list will be a welcome bonus! The 101 Cookbooks Library also helps to give me something to do in between, thanks for that!
I love favorites lists! It's so great to find new and inspiring things :)
I love the lists. It's hard to come up with a new recipe all the time. Sometimes inspiration strikes like mad and other times, it goes on vacation. Thanks for the paneer making link. I see a lot of your recipes have fried paneer added in at the end, but have yet to come across it. Going to try making it myself! And also, that beautiful space would make a beautiful super natural everyday cafe! Just saying ;)
Thanks for sharing all the great sites and information. I checked out a bunch of them and found them interesting. I especially liked The Yellow House and the grapefruit cake recipe you will be trying from the site - I am looking forward to trying this recipe as well. As a sidenote, I recently came across this blog: www.sevenspoons.net...thought you might like it ;) Hope you're having a great weekend!
HS: Thanks Julia, and I agree! Tara's Seven Spoons is such an inspiring site.
The Underground New York Public Library is great!
That arugula salad recipe and the grapefruit olive oil cake both look incredible!! I can't wait to try them :)
Tamar's book is so compelling. It draws you in, makes you want to rush out and buy veggies to roast. Elevates eggs to new heights. It's mesmerizing! You will respect food in a new way.
are those meringues? yum. what's inside?
HS: They are! Wayne makes them -those have cacao nibs in them.
Oh, you're in for such a treat with Tamar Adler's book! I loved the "Four a Week" link- so adorable! The Underground NY Library is just awesome.
those double-exposure paintings are seriously incredible. and i love love love the underground ny library! thanks for sharing
I love your lists..I always discover some gems. Thanks for sharing!
Awesome links, I love kinfolk's photos, I think they are really on to something! I'm also really glad you introduced me to In The Make, it's like The Selby but focused on artists! Beautiful!
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