Have you guys watched the documentary series A Chef’s Table? It’s a series of profiles about the world’s greatest chefs, from the director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi. (Which is all I need to hear to put it on the binge-watch list, but check out the trailer above if you need more convincing.)
This will make a working mom feel pretty good.
Watermelon Ice Cubes: Why have I never thought of this?
If I was getting married, I’d register here first.
Inside Out‘s quietly revolutionizing message for parents.
And as long as we’re on the subject of Quiet Revolutions.
Finally, a line of performance wear designed specifically for athletic tween and teen girls.
How to Raise Adventurous Eaters
Did you keep your maiden name? (You have more and more company if so.)
The Case for Eating Bacon. (And, uh, Wrigleys chewing gum.)
Kimchi dog anyone?
It’s like this in our house, too with the wake-ups. (Warning: As always with this site, be prepared to get sucked in for hours.)
Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Pie: I mean, come on.
And of course, lots of new entries in the Patriotic Food Group this week: Pizza! Fruit Kabobs! Cake! and Cupcakes that literally explode in your mouth.
Have a great weekend.
Flag pizza photo credit: Aaron Dyer for Martha Stewart.
I watched 4 episodes last night! I was glued to the screen. I usually average about 30 minutes of television a week.
I LOVE the article on working moms. Thank you for sharing!
I loved Jiro and am now watching A Chef’s Table. I have been to the Australian restaurant Attica twice! It is wonderful it’s definitely a fantasy food experience and the food and service are exquisite. We were lucky enough to be sent there for our wedding anniversary and again as a gift shared with friends. Thank you for link.
Looks amazing! Really creative take on the American Flag! 🙂
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I couldn’t really binge watch Chef’s Table but I did enjoy it very much!