Thanks so much for all the feedback on the new layout — hopefully most of your concerns have been addressed by now, but please keep the requests (and compliments!) coming. It’s been so interesting hearing how you guys read this blog, you have no idea. Meanwhile, I was so consumed with the redesign that I forgot to run this round-up last week. So here you go, your Friday round-up on Tuesday:
Ever since I saw this shot above on instagram, it’s been my go-to starter for dinner parties. Just add a baguette or gluten free crackers and you’re set. (Photo credit @vickimorton)
Well, most of us can’t be Danny Meyer, but now at least we know how to make a Shake Shack cheeseburger at home.
If you read nothing else this week, make sure it’s Elizabeth Kolber’s “A Stone for My Grandmother.”
Currently obsessed with Black Mirror, BBC’s futuristic Twilight Zone-ish series about the dark side of technology. (Think “Her” times a thousand.) Warning: Not for the faint of heart.
Did someone say “dark side of technology?” How one stupid tweet can ruin a person’s life.
My comic-book nerd is loving Marvel’s Agent Carter. And I don’t know how we’d survive long snowed-in afternoons without Gilmore Girls on Netflix.
It’s not all screen time in our house. My 12-year-old is still super into Muse Magazine, which I find is especially wonderful for sciencey kids.