A glorious run

Thursday, October 31, 2013




We've had a glorious run of days the past few weeks. The kind that make you wish you could stop time. The air is clearer, I can see further from our windows and everything has a crisp, cool edge to it. I've gone from the soft padding of flats on the sidewalk to the ring of Autumn boots. From salads for lunch to hearty soups and breads.

In other news, we had wafels and dinges a while ago and now they are all I can think about. Seriously. Is it bad that I'm trying to find an excuse to walk past the Wafels and Dinges truck at the tip of the Great Lawn so I can snag a wafle with spekuloos and whipped cream, and then nutella drizzled all over?

food

I'm so happy for the lovely Kate of Cookie and Kate who has taken a great leap and made her site a full time job. To celebrate, she created this red pepper martini for us all to enjoy.

Diane Cu and Todd Porter of White on Rice Couple launched their beautiful book, Bountiful and developed this lemon bundt cake to thank their readers. Should I do this one for my next work bakeoff competition?

There's no natural segue way for this after talking about alcohol and dessert, but can we move on to baked sweet potato fries next? Well Linda of the Brooklyn-based The Tart Tart has just made me crave them. And then she posted a recipe for quince ginger sorbet! How much temptation can I take?!

interior design

Marisa Rosenbaum, Refinery29's shopping market director, has a small apartment, a teeny tiny apartment. And it's quite possibly the prettiest small apartment I've ever seen. Check out her design tips and secrets.

Ok this is totally inspiring, and I will probably never do it (just being honest here, guys!) but this DIY modern sunburst mirror from Jenny Komenda would look amazing in my apartment.

This bedroom designed by Emily Henderson haunts my dreams. I think I want to use that Sherwin Williams crushed ice color in my entryway.

Ever since the creative cooperative, Makeshift Society opened up in San Francisco, I've been waiting for them to come to the east coast. And now Anna of Door Sixteen tells me they're coming to Brooklyn! They're scheduled to open their doors in 2014 and I can't wait to check out the space.

fashion

The last thing I need is another bag (did I really just say that?), I just got this one from Madewell and it's THE perfect fall bag. But should you be in the market for one, enter to win a handbag from the Fleabag shop with DesignLoveFest. If you don't win, she's offering a 15% discount on their site with the code. LOVEFEST15.

Let's talk about Kate Midleton for a second, shall we? Perfection - that's all we really need to say. Design Darling shows us how to duplicate her look. It's nothing earth-shatteringly different, really, but just very tailored and neat.



Happy Halloween!



8 comments:

  1. Were you the editor for White on Rice book? Congrats if so! Some great recipes here I have to try. Also, love the Design Darling set up of linking to high end, medium and high street pricing for the KMid look - great idea!

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    1. i was :)) thanks, J. I'm seriously considering a pair of sole society wedges after Design Darling's piece now.

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  2. Oooh, I love the Wafels and Dinges truck! So fun to stop by on a walk to Central Park. Love the Refinery 29 piece, thanks for posting that!

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    1. thanks Jackie! I'm having fun reading your site :)

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  3. I'm loving all of these links, especially the food! And those spiders on the wall are just insane! What fun :)
    xo TJ

    http://www.hislittlelady.com

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    1. Park avenue knows how to do halloween!

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  4. Dervla, thank you very much for your kind encouragement! Thank you for these links, too. I just went on a little tour of the internet with you as my guide. :)

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    1. aw thanks Kate ... happy to be your guide any time :)

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