This weekend we’re going to the Presidio Picnic, repotting plants, and letting the baby run around in his diaper. What are you up to?
BBC Babies Gif: Do not try to stop them.
Want to see Victoria Beckham’s collection for Target? This mod dress is so scooter-ready.
Charming embroidered foods by ipnot. Those noodles, aw.
Hair dye that changes color like a mood ring. Magic.
Entry from the nightmare dictionary: Superfetation. It’s getting pregnant while you’re already pregnant. (rabbit hole via Swiss Miss)
Emma Watson on feminism and the whinging over her “topless” Vanity Fair cover. That whole slideshow is worth clicking through, BTW.
We’re teaching Hank (and Brad) to cook, and most sites have a section on one-pot or one-pan meals. Jaime Oliver has 142, Martha Stewart lists 32, Cooking Light has 83, and so on.
The neckline on this vintage shirt is so Cate Blanchett as Katharine Hepburn.
Toasty mug, mmmm.
F. Scott Fitzgerald made a list for his daughter of things to worry about (horsemanship), not worry about (boys), and things to think about (aims).
Happy weekend, nice people.
One thought on “Fridaaaay! Links”
Happy Friday! I wanted to pass along my favorite one pot suppers for the new cooks. All 3 are excellent examples of greater-than-the-sum-of-their-parts cooking, generally cheap and totally awesome. In ascending order of “difficulty”:
One-pan Orecchiette with Sausage and Arugula (we sub uncooked chicken sausage, but pork sausage is also obviously delicious): http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2014/08/one-pan-orecchiette-with-sausage-and.html
Garlicky Chicken With Lemon-Anchovy Sauce (perfect on a salad or with linguine tossed in butter and parm): https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1015290-garlicky-chicken-with-lemon-anchovy-sauce
Pork al Latte (our #1 favorite meal to make for company, though needs more than twice the cook time if doubling- and you’re going to want to double it). Serve over instant polenta: http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2013/09/pork-al-latte-now-100-milk-free.html
All those recipes come with videos, which are super helpful. As Chef John says, Enjoy!