Call the coroner!There's gonna be a lot of slow singing and flower bringing if my burglar alarm starts ringing.
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Monthly Archives: July 2010
And yes, it’s possible to be girly and love the big lifts. People are always surprised when they see me inside the gym and outside the gym.
I was making a snack the other afternoon (cherries and cafe viennoise) and wanted to put it on a nice tray. I decided that it was good an opportunity as any to work on photography/photo editing. Which explains why no two pictures look the same in terms of color values. Bear with me; I’m still figuring this stuff out.
Back from the dead – Babyshambles (Pete Doherty’s post-Libertines band)
Is it wrong that I still love Pete Doherty? I will now call him a “force of nature” because I am amazed that his body’s had the fortitude to withstand all the drugs that he’s pumped into his vascular system. You go, Pete Doherty’s heart/brain/muscle tissue! Keep on rocking in the free world!
David Chang. I am in the process of reading his cookbook, Momofuku. This draws me in not only because most of his dishes are pork-based (!), but also because the recipes, although exhibiting strange techniques and ingredients such as “meat glue,” look really fun to make and ultimately delicious. And the cookbook is a great narrative, which is what a good cookbook should be.
Next time I am in New York, I am hitting up Momofuku Ssäm and the Milk Bar. There’s no way I can’t.
live it, love it, learn it. insult people with it.
from Etsy seller PigeonToeCeramics
I discovered these (and the wonderful seller PigeonToeCeramics) while tooling around Etsy looking for blue baubles for my inaugural Something Blue post over on The Ring Hitch (which, I might add, is soon getting its own domain and hopefully a spiffy shiny web design to match!).
I am sorely tempted to head towards the minimalist when I get my own apartment (whenever that will be). White with touches of greenery and books galore on clean white shelves. Large windows. All I really need is a space and a budget to match my vision. But for now there are these.