A few reads and finds from this past month! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.
~ Cabin porn: who knew it was a thing?
~ Five useful lessons Cambria Bold has learned from five years of meal planning. Here are my own menu planning tips and tricks!
~ I am beyond honored that my French Market Cookbook features in the Blue Hill gift selection.
~ How do you get people to eat more seaweed? Easy: you make it taste like bacon.
~ The gorgeous rue Crémieux in Paris’ 12th arrondissement, photographed by the ever inspiring Audrey F.
~ Loved these two episodes of the Food Blogger Pro podcast featuring Dianne Jacob on finding your voice, and my friend Elise Bauer on building a food blog empire.
~ Have you ever come across those little books from Short Stack Editions ? They’re hand-stitched and bound with baker’s twine, and I can’t think of a better trio to start a collection with.
~ A lovely interview with my talented friend Marie C. on her web series My Life in Sourdough.
~ The Challenges of Updating a Vintage Recipe, in light of my recent work on Ginette Mathiot’s Preserving book, now published in the English language by Phaidon.
~ Interesting insight from Alton Brown about choosing a passion-driven career: Love is the gasoline, not the car.
~ A treat of a video for bread lovers: an artisan boulanger in the wee hours of the morning.
~ Are you a fan of tarte au citron? Here are Paris’ 10 best lemon tarts according to L’Express magazine.
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