Weekly Reads 24
I had a very brief trip to San Diego last weekend for Andrew’s mom’s birthday. It was a great time catching up with the fam, as usual. Highlights included an epic Spanish meal at Costa Brava, staying up way too late playing Cards Against Humanity, and a long ride on a borrowed Vespa throughout the city. Seeing cities by Vespa is a game changer. The one we borrowed was lovingly dubbed the Fast Couch since it was so dang comfortable to sit on. It made me a lazy passenger.
23 miso recipes since I keep forgetting about the container in the fridge.
I’m intrigued by these expensive trash cans. There is a really good argument to be had.
Getting all the meat sweats reading about Buenos Aires. It’s definitely on the travel list.
Whenever I see a slab pie, I think ‘giant pop tart.’
The targeted ads are killing it lately. I’m almost ashamed to admit how much shopping I’ve done because of it. Case in point: Who Gives a Crap?
“Every day, you list your micro wins.” Seeing proof of your own accomplishments.
Reigniting the crush on Lisbon, Portugal with this travel guide.
I want to roast a whole head of cauliflower.
Since we’re on a Portugal thing, here are five cities to visit in Portugal that aren’t Lisbon or Porto. I knew Portugal was going to blow up when we were there years ago. It was only a matter of time.
How Amazon’s growth is changing Seattle. It has 8.5 million square feet of space in the city.
I would love to incorporate some of these low-maintenance backyard ideas if the weather would just chill out a few degrees.
Bourdain has a new movie about food waste coming out soon.
Butter lettuce panna cotta. I would love to try this.
I don’t know that I want cold brew in my Negroni, but I’d try it.
Since I bought some fancy new bowls, I should probably put this white curry in them.
Yes, I’m one of those people who loosely follows Apple rumors. Apparently, there isn’t a home button anymore??
This TED talk on growing fresh air was inspiring. I have one of the plants!
A summer beauty reset. Grace has the right idea. At home pampering at its finest.