These are bread spoons: “a set of containers made specifically for measuring bread ingredients. the size of each the vessel is precisely large enough to hold the ideal amount of water, flour, oil, sugar and yeast needed for a loaf. The white ceramic bowls have labeled wooden handles, making it easy for users to bake… Read more »
There’s nothing like morning’s fleeting stillness for committing thoughts to words. I barely ever get to enjoy that space, but there’s no more perfect time that right now to reflect and appreciate, even for one moment, how much there is to appreciate. The basic act of thanks is what makes this my favorite holiday hands… Read more »
It really is a week of firsts over here because I’m lucky enough to have in my hot little hands, a signed copy of Farm Anatomy by the one and only Julia Rothman. (Well, okay the PUBLISHER technically has the signed copy for one of you lucky ducks, but that just doesn’t sound as sexy)…. Read more »
Another major high point of the trip was the visit to MoMa’s PS1 in Queens. After this visit, PS1 is easily my favorite museum at the moment. Named after the school the building once held, the space is incredible. Sounded by an almost military-esque concrete wall, the entrance gives way to a modern courtyard which… Read more »
Aspic & Other Delights is all about the vintage recipe love. I’d LOVE to go to a dinner party with modern remixes of these dishes. Except for the processed meat-in-a-can-Spam ones. Those I can do without I think.