Favorites List (3.10.12) Recipe

The March favorites list, and a proposal to switch things up a bit.

Favorites List (3.10.12)

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 Composites

- The Morocco.

- Dream cafe listing in SF.

- 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)

- The Food 52 52.

- Studio Visits: Rebecca Morris & Hadley Nunes

- Dream Closet

- On my list to read: An Everlasting Meal, Tamar Adler

- Eat this map

- Underground New York Public Library

- 4/20

- Four a Week

- Penny + TEDX

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Special props to *you* for being on Ottolenghi's favorites list in The New York Times today - whoop whoop!

Tori W

Start a cafe! I will come visit all the time. :)


I love the links:) :) Thank you for sharing:)


Make sure you have lots of open time when you start to read -- it's hard to put down except to watch the videos or put on a pot of water to boil... Thanks for the list - it is great to discover new things!


I absolutely love your favorites list and find them just as inspiring as your recipes! I love that you share what is turning you on creatively out side of the kitchen because I think it all feeds eachother.


I like this new way of posting your Favorites list. Really enjoyed it.


Thanks for spreading out the links to a more manageable list. Love love love the underground new york public library!


Ah, the favorites list...what a delight...but honestly, it wouldn't hurt my feelings if you had a Favorites Corner with just a few items each time. It would save me from spending hours perusing the list on the day I receive it! I have no restraint...I can't seem to stop until I've devoured the whole thing!


I love your recipes but I am a huge fan of your favorites lists which are full of such wonderful sites, full of such wonderful, educational, beautiful things. Linda


Favorites? White lisianthus...you can stop right there.

GG Mora

I so look forward to these....another fantastic list!

Anna @ the shady pine

I love your favorites lists! They give me a great view of some really great sites and blogs on the web. It's like a guided bus tour with a great host :)


I always enjoy your Favorites List and am hoping that they're will be even more now!


I just finished reading "An Everlasting Meal" and LOVED it, I thought I was frugal, but she has really opened my eyes to seeing what I tossed into compost as valuable and tasty food. Also, I like your lists, I discover things I otherwise would miss :-)


Is there anyway you can automatically set up your favorites link to open in a new tab. I always forget an get so engrossed in the favorites that I have to hit the back button a lot. P.S. I so want to read " A Hundred Years of Solitude" again. Thanks


Ohh, I love the Dream Cafe listing in SF as well! I've been scouring spaces and came across it - not looking for retail, but if I were - it would be on my "Dream" list ;)


Oh, and The Loving Story! How could I not mention that? Again, well done with spreading the inspiration around.

Melissa Laurel

What, are you kidding me with this list? The grapefruit olive oil cake, the hours I will spend since your introducing me to Domestology and the artist studio website and all to finish with that incredible Ted talk...sweet lord. How am I ever supposed to get my chores done now? Best. list. yet.

Melissa Laurel

Thanks, lots of awesome links. Like the paneer and grapefruit cake.


Thanks for the first lines. Got me a list of books to look at. Though I think they missed this one which many years ago completely drew me in for hours: The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed. (from The Gunslinger by Steven King).


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