happy weekend / currently.

reading / an everlasting meal: cooking with economy and grace by tamar adler. i’m not sure how to describe this book other than it’s totally different than anything i’ve ever read about food and cooking, in the most unassuming and fantastic way.

{can’t believe i haven’t been} making / these two-ingredient pumpkin muffins. we made them a bajillion times during fall the last two years but just haven’t gotten around to it yet this year. going to remedy that this weekend, i think!

watching / sadly, not much. we’re in the market for a new series that we can binge-watch on netflix or hulu. any suggestions?

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a few fun links from around the web…

food52’s recipe for pasta with yogurt and caramelized onions makes me want to go whip up a giant batch of caramelized onions to always have on hand. just, yum.

this post on reclaiming the morning from anna at the yellow table. around here, we try hard to minimize that “rushed” feeling on weekday mornings by getting up a few minutes earlier and making time for a cup of coffee on the couch together before leaving for work.

an npr interview with los angeles food truck mogul roy choi. love his description of how cleaning rice is really about cleansing your soul. his story is definitely inspiring and i’d love to read his new book.

love the open shelving in this kitchen tour and totally lusting after that “vintage” refrigerator!

truth.

a couple of awesome desktop backgrounds from designlovefest. i have the “dreamers of dreams” one on our desktop at home…so pretty!

we are taking a break from our basement renovation turned project-from-hell (more on that later) for a quick trip down to st. louis this weekend. our friend, kai, is having his annual home-brewing event, and we’re excited to visit with him and meet his girlfriend, try his beers, and hopefully check out some st. louis coffee shops. and mayyyyybe a trip to the container store and/or west elm, if i play my cards right. :) have a great weekend, everyone!

 

icons via the noun project:  cararch | beer
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