Fridaaay! Links

26th February 2016


I got this naked lady phone cover, by Leah Goren, and it pleases me.

Daaaamn Daniel, and the inevitable EDM remix.

Now that’s a classy monkey lamp.

North Korea is showering cigarette butts on South Korea. So points for novelty.

Spotted this incredible bundt pan on my friend Jason’s Instagram feed. Turns out it’s a Nordicware Commercial Heritage Bundt Pan. The bundt pan will be mine.

Ameego is Uber, but for renting friends! Yaaaaaaaaaay.

Quintessential San Francisco on Twitter.

Brad is allergic to eggs, so I’m trying flax seed as an egg substitute. Is this real, or some crazy hippy bullshit? Will keep you posted.

Exactly what I thought it would be like to be a mom on Instagram.

Cool Stuff My Friends are Doing

Camp Mighty speaker Lisa Congdon’s lovely book about swimming is available for pre-order, The Joy of Swimming, A celebration of our love for getting in the water. I have an advance copy, and it’s beautiful.

Mighty Summit attendee Asha Dornfest compiled all of the Parent Hacks best parenting tips into Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids. It’s also available for pre-order.

Guerneville is one of my favorite places, and Jessica Hische recently designed the amazing signage for The Guerneville Bank Club there. Talent!

7 thoughts on “Fridaaay! Links

  1. Allie

    I think flax seed makes a good substitute for egg as a binding agent. For baking fluffy things, I’ve had better luck subbing chia seeds + warm water.

  2. Min

    I have used one heaping tablespoon of soy flour mixed with one tablespoon warm water and excellent egg substitute in baking. Most eggs are used as a binding agent and that is lecithin and soy has that as well.

  3. Sara

    I JUST BOUGHT that Bundt pan last week on Amazon. I needed a Bundt pan because I am now an adult, and it baked the most gorgeous chocolate/coffee/buttermilk cake last weekend. I highly recommend, Maggie!!!

  4. Jenny

    I love that you love Guerneville. I’ve been going there every summer forever, and I am very pleased to share it. :)

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  6. megan

    Flax eggs are totally a thing! Mushed up banana also works if you’re making something that you don’t mind having super subtle banana flavoring (pancakes, muffins, cookies, etc). There is also a new vegan egg made by Follow Your Heart– you add water to powder and then scramble, make omelettes, bake, whatever. It has a surprisingly eggy texture.

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