chefs on film.

3chef

i know this is a little off-topic for me, but seeing The Selby’s latest post on CHEF, COOKING & FOOD EXPERT KURUMI ARIMOTO, AND KAZUAKI KOMIYA an INTERIOR DESIGNER AT HOME IN HAYAMA, JAPAN reminded me how much i love peeking into the personal worlds of chefs — their kitchens, their tools, their ideas about cooking and fresh ingredients — all of it. have... 
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how you eat is how you live: food52.

food3

have you heard about food52, yet? food52 founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs have set out to bring cooks together from all over to exchange recipes and ideas and to support each other in the kitchen. they wanted to create a buzzing place for people who do what they do all day long: talk about food! Together food52 creates cookbooks, takes on food projects, helps others... 
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thoughts for a friday.

sidesaddlekitchen

hannah linen throw. there’s been a whole lot of rushing around of late — have you noticed? is it that back to school, end of summer kind of craziness that makes you feel like the year is dashing by and soon will come fall and oh my gosh, the holidays already? whew. time to slow it down. i think my weekend is going to be about the little things that comfort us —... 
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thoughts for a friday.

SWEET-PAUL-MAGAZINE

photographer yunhee kim. it’s been a rough week, people. it’s been heart-wrenching and maddening and i for one am glad it’s over. it’s only over in the sense that it’s finally friday, and i’m sure we all still have lots on our minds this weekend, but i think an escape is called for. at least from the news for a little while. i am going to... 
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thoughts for a friday.

gather-journal-print-mag

daniel fischbaeck print via typo/graphic posters. for a long time, i kept hearing ‘print is dead’ and i mourned that. i love print. for many years i was actually a print production manager, working in ad agencies producing print advertising for campaigns like these for levi’s 501’s and condé nast publications. it was fun, it was tactile and it was... 
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