Peach White Sangria Pops
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“This recipe is adapted from Gilt Taste, an online food marketplace that also features essays and recipes. I used Cointreau as my triple sec, leftover Prosecco for my white wine, and Whole Foods ginger ale, which adds a smoky spice.”
This recipe (and more!) here
The New Yorker this week is publishing a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Thank You for the Light,” that it rejected three-quarters of a century ago.
“‘Thank You for the Light,’ which Fitzgerald’s grandchildren discovered while going through his papers, is just a vignette — only a page long — almost fable-like, and written in a pared-down style that, at the end especially, seems more Hemingway than Fitzgerald,” says the NYT.
Wow, definitely want to read this!
Soak. It. In.
Ohhhh, soon you will be mine!
We know we need to eat more vegetables. The challenge is to do it with flavor and variety. So we’ve become creative. (via Kitchen Window: Even Your Mother Will Approve Of Vegetable Chips)
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There are recipes!
Smoked Paprika Carrot And Parsnip Chips
Curried Sweet Potato Chips
Simple Salted Beet Chips
Chili-Lime Plantain Chips
Cat Falls 19 Floors, Lands Purrfectly -
Shameless cat puns for your morning.
Tell us which song drives you to run faster or jump higher. Then tell us why it works for you. If you’re like me, sometimes it’s enough to just hit play on the latest Planet Money podcast and let the treadmill carry you away to jog-land, but what we’re looking for here is the soundtrack to your most intense workout ever. Leave your pick in the comments, then stay tuned: we’ll compile your picks along some picks featured on Morning Edition for an ultimate workout playlist.
Music To Make You Move: Help NPR Create The Ultimate Workout Mix : All Songs Considered Blog
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