It’s not my intention to only post on Fridays, but between beach trips, starting a temporary assignment and seeing Jurassic Park in IMAX 3D (highly recommend!), the days keep slipping away. Since my temp position is a “hurry up and wait” type of gig, I have had time to catch up on plenty of online articles and blogs.
Here’s some food for thought (har har) to make those last few cubicle-tethered hours fly:
- Op-ed to make you reconsider the Cap ‘n’ Crunch [NY Times]: My favorite columnist Mark Bittman discusses the “How Big Food Is Trying to Kill You” book trend with special emphasis on Pandora’s Lunchbox by Melanie Warner.
- Eyebrow-raising recipe [Love + Cupcakes]: A pizza crust made of cauliflower you say? I may not be a fan of the cruciferous veggie but it looks delicious in this gluten-free take.
- Inspiring eaters [The Giving Table]: Monday, April 8, many members of the food blogging community donated their posts to raise awareness about the film documentary A Place at the Table and hunger in America.
- Feast for the eyes [BA Feed]: Artist Paulette Tavormina takes her cue from still-life masters to create stunning photographic images of fresh fruit– most of which is sourced from Union Square GreenMarket.