You treat me like a lady and a broad at the same time, and I find it oddly...– The Young and the Restless
Some friends and I have made plans to embark on the Tamale Trail this coming weekend. Yes. This is a real thing. I’m so excited.
I just typed “Mad Men” in the search bar on my dashboard. Then I went down the infinite scroll of posts and liked every single one of them. Mad Men. Mad Men everywhere. March 25th, please hurry. My kidneys are failing.
I have unintentionally been a vegetarian for four days now. Ratatouille leftovers in pasta and on sandwiches for lunch and boiled artichokes for dinner have distracted me from bacon and italian sausage for four, entire days? How did this happen. P.S. If you mix some goat cheese with your leftover ratatouille folded through some pasta you’ll have a foodgasm.
In All Seriousness,
One of the coolest sensations I’ve experienced in life, which I really don’t see myself getting over anytime soon, is the feel of an artichoke leaf running over my lower teeth. The taste of lemon and mayonnaise and the sight of my fingerprint in each leaf, stripped of its flesh, might just qualify the artichoke as a candidate of one of the more incredible foods I eat on a regular...
White Wine Out of a Water Glass
Yup. You guys probably think I’m some kind of alcoholic.
Just learned that Scarlatti, Bach, and Handel were all born in 1685. Sounds a lot like a chapter in Gladwell’s “Outliers.”
Famous Photogs Pose With Their Most Iconic Images →
leesill: View as gallery Jeff Widener holds his photo of Tank Man in Tienanmen Square from 1989. Photo: Tim Mantoani Steve McCurry holds his 1984 photo of a young woman from Peshawar, Pakistan. “I looked for this girl for 17 years and finally found her in 2002. Her name is Sharbat Gula.” Photo: Tim Mantoani Neil Leifer holds his photo, Ali vs. Liston, which he took on May 25, 1965 in...