I can’t get enough of Scandinavian design, and I’m on the hunt for ways to bring this style into my home. The decor in my house hasn’t had a theme until very recently (unless you consider furniture inherited from past roommates a theme). Now that I’m almost 30 (panicked bells ringing as I type that), the items in my home are brought in with more intention. I love all things monochromatic, so the Scandinavian look fits my mostly-gray furniture perfectly. Continue Reading
Potatoes are the bridge-builders, the peacemakers, the United Nations of the thanksgiving table. Some people hate Turkey. Others hate yams. Not everyone likes pie. But everyone likes potatoes. Mash-em, bake-em, roast-em, shake-em … as long as they’re not raw or made from a powdered mix, people will eat your potatoes.
Here’s a collection of interesting, delicious-sounding, or well-reviewed potato recipes to help you tame the Thanksgiving table. We’ll keep it updated with new ones we find over the next few weeks (send suggestions to email@example.com or leave them in the comments). Continue Reading
Part baked potato, part french fry, part potato chip, this spud is a tuber-lover’s dream. Our source tells us all we have to do is scrub a whole potato and then, using a very sharp knife, cut slices ‘without going all the way through’. Brush them with a bit of olive oil and sprinkle with pepper and kosher salt with a dusting of paprika. You can add fresh herbs too or tuck thin slices of onion between the potato slices. Continue Reading