This song has been running through my head all day. FYI the John Mayer Pandora station is the perfect background noise for your weekend reading. Grab a book and try it out.
Speaking of books, I am almost done with this one. I love it so far. A fellow classmate in my capstone class did her final project on the book three years ago (!!!!) It was a class focusing on all things post-colonial. This book does an amazing job of providing layers of cultural information for over-eager English majors to analyze (and re-analyze, and re-re... you get it?) It is also a wonderful, well written story.
Rhubarb is back! At work we are reintroducing our rhubarb tart. This fold over pie is on my must-make list.
Saveur's food blog awards are happening soon... looking at all the nominees I discovered this blog up for best photography. I hope it wins!
Easter is a mere two weeks away... go buy some Peeps already! Here are a whole bunch of ways to utilize the marshmallow birdies. Peepza... I die.
Mimi's photographs are fantastic. I have been tempted to make a few recipes featured on Manger, but mostly I just ogle the pictures.
OH MY GOD THESE CREPES!!!
Apparently there are quite a few new bakeries I have to try. My weekend schedule just filled up.
David Lebovitz waxes philosophic about eating cheese in France. Here he makes fromage forte. I admire his writing (and lifestyle) and feel quite trashy in comparison. The closest I have come to fromage forte is Boursin. Le sigh.