What we’re eating and reading this week: For starters: THIS CHALLAH (page 6, How to Celebrate Everything, it’s the half size). Every single time I bake one (usually for Rosh Hashana) I say to myself: I’m going to make a Friday ritual of this. Because seriously, what is the point of having a flexible schedule if I can’t make that happen? Dammmn, nothing beats a freshly baked challah. Except maybe a freshly baked challah studded with golden raisins. (Next Friday! Check instagram!) Shana tova to those of you celebrating the New Year.
I’m reading this one right now.
I’m sure you all have a go-to recipe for Spaghetti and Meatballs — but does yours ask you to fold in prosciutto to those meatballs? (Pretty sure that will be this weekend’s Sunday Dinner.)
Eight genius pie crust hacks — I made the heart-hack last weekend.
Read of the week (ok, last week, I’m a little late): The Awakening of Colin Kaepernick
The National Book Awards Longlist for Young People’s Literature.
How to make mealtime less insane. (So many great reads here.)
Lunchbox ideas from The Sprouted Kitchen
This collection is so fascinating/stressful.
Who will be second in line to see Wes Anderson’s new movie? (Is there any question who will be first?)
Molly’s Tahini Caramel Apples
Lastly, question for you: I just booked a trip to Montreal for the end of October. Where should we go? What should we eat?
Have a great weekend.