I had a lot to say here, but when I sat down to say it, it wouldn’t come out. So, here’s a list of links instead. See you next week.
- The case for Peggy Olson as the 21st century’s best TV character
- Jacques Pepin saved my life.
- Why do high-achieving women pretend their lives are a mess?
- What Mister Rogers looked like once the cameras were off.
- Why we should all mourn the death of the rude press.
- The friar who combined flour and faith to win the Great American Baking Show.
- Thank god for this #stillroasting map.
- A fascinating look at how ballerinas are staying in shape at home.
- 17 artists capture the New York outside their windows right now.
- All of the Spotify playlists: For feelings.
- My yoga studio does a short sound meditation at the end of class. It makes me feel like I’m hovering over my own body. Not sure what’s going to happen when I try one that lasts an hour.
- A reporter connects with her grandmother over soup.
- Centenarians talk about life in coronavirus lockdown.
- A Portrait of a Woman on Fire is quiet magic.
- The live bird cams will save us all.
- No equipment kickboxing.
- If you even have the motivation to work out right now, these blogilates videos will do the job.
- I just discovered Jennifer Ehle—forever Elizabeth Bennett—is reading Pride and Prejudice aloud.
- I want to eat every single thing from Benne on Eagle in Asheville. Now go make some biscuits and gravy.
- Make spicy eggplant pasta so you can claim vegetables are somewhere among the carbs.
- Soy ginger dinner scramble will make a simple meal.
- Not sure what to make of this sesame caesar salad, so it should definitely be interesting.
- I am always here to advocate for dishes that contain both tofu and noodles.
- I have pickled red onions in my fridge that are just waiting to meet some farro or maybe top a vegetable hash.
- I can confirm that sweet potatoes and brussels sprouts are delightful together.