No, I didn’t get paid to post this ad; I just find it funny. [via Metafilter]
18 million YouTube viewers can’t be wrong.
I took that picture last week from my car window while driving through Atwater Village and though Instagram amped up the color just a tiny bit, I’m still really proud of it. All of that pink from the tree and the blue from the house? Maybe I should retire and become a professional Instagrammer of people’s houses and trees.
In the meantime, I’ve blogged up a storm all week and don’t feel the worse for wear. Maybe that’s because all of these posts were really fun to write. And not only have I been blogging up a storm, I’ve also been bookmarking up a storm in anticipation of this Friday round-up. So buckle your seat belts, I’ve got lots of links and videos to share with you.
This week was a fun one for me. As you probably noticed, I amped up the blogging to try to get back into the original spirit I had at the start (back in 2004) where posts didn’t have to be precious and perfectly-crafted. So some of this week’s most successful posts (in terms of comments) weren’t posts I would’ve normally done, like the one about feeding your pets at the table or improvising a smoothie. Now I’m going to do something I don’t do enough: a round-up of my favorite food links from the week. Before we get to that, I should explain the cheesecake above. That was from an Easter Brunch I attended on, well, Easter and the woman who made it said the secret was using two extra packets of cream cheese. So there ya go! Now on to the links.
Lately I’ve been on a crossword puzzle kick–my goal is to conquer the Sunday Times Magazine–so I took great pleasure in watching these crossword puzzle geeks try to decipher the culinary clues devised by Will Shortz on this episode of Dinner Impossible. [via Eat Me Daily]
Is your business card lacking a certain richness, a certain chewiness, a certain gaminess? Then try Meatcards: business cards made from meat and lasers. [via The Washington Post’s “All We Can Eat” blog]