chefs on film.


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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real art for a fictitious world.


ah, bonjour! i’ve been wanting to buy art for this lovely lady for quite some time! the quiet, sweet, odd, and heroic amélie poulin (the lovely main character of 2001 french film, amélie). let me introduce you: oh these paintings! they make me want to hop on a plane immediately just so i can spend an afternoon at a parisian cafe… after i’ve bought fresh... 
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Craftsman and Wolves.


san francisco has a new food obsession. it has an unusual name, craftsman and wolves — when i first heard the words uttered i thought perhaps it was some kind of cool hardware store. silly me. craftsman and wolves is a contemporary patisserie in the mission district brought to us by artistan chef william werner — they make pastries, cakes, confections, confitures,... 
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oh, and happy, happy friday.


i’m checking out a little early this week – i’m ‘camping out’ in san francisco (hardly roughing it) with a bunch of my blogger pals this weekend learning about some cool new stuff to share with you. more on that later. in the meantime, have you seen moonrise kingdom? i adore all that is wes anderson and his new movie is no exception — i... 
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tuesday’s girl: jean seberg.


i’ve always thought jean seberg to be one of the ultimate it girls. anthropologie reminded me the other day, by pinning this image, which sent me on my own hunt for jean and images from her infamous film noir breathless by Jean-Luc Godard. a true classic beauty, i thought you might like a little inspiration from jean today. jaxon diamond crown wool fedora from village... 
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