Here are a few of my favorite things recently. Enjoy!
For aspiring cooks . . .
This “edible cookbook” is the first cookbook you can actually read, cook, and eat. I think this might be the kind of foolproof cooking I need . . . Edible Cookbook
For my fellow grammarians . . .
If you’ve ever found yourself amused by unnecessary and often ironic quotation mark usage, you’ll get a kick out of this. The 30 Most Unnecessary Uses of Quotation Marks in History
For anyone who likes an encoded message . . .
Did you know that FedEx, Amazon, and Tour de France all have secret messages embedded in their logos? 11 Hidden Messages in Company Logos
For the word lovers . . .
Do you know what golem and claymore mean? How about taffeta and decoupage? If not, it might be because you’re the wrong gender. The 24 Words That Are Most Known Only to Men or Women
For anyone desiring true community . . .
“Vulnerability is less like a sweet golden retriever, all directness and love, and more like a cat—unpredictable, reserved.” Be Brave Enough to Make a Mess
OK, the quotation one had me sitting on my couch laughing out loud–my family staring at me. And the hidden messages? Brilliant. But I confess finding that arrow in FedEx took me way too long.