1. One of the biggest draws of the cookbooks is not the recipe themselves, but the stories behind it. Few do it before than the books published under the Momofuku empire. As follow up to the best selling Momofuku Milk Bar, Christina Tosi is back to share more recipes from the hip bakery in Milk Bar Life. Her imaginative creations are sure to be a baker’s challenge and eventual crowd pleaser.
2. Lured by the free registration, I managed to get roped into participating in another 5k. Sigh. Why do I do this to myself?
3. Depending on perception, Graze‘s $6.99 for a box of 4 individually wrapped snacks is either rip-off or a deal. What I do like is the ability to customize each box based on personal tastes. For example, don’t like raisins? Type in “raisins” in the search box, then click to remove any such items from their list of available snacks. Frequency of delivery is up to you, depending on snacking habits.
4. Send your gently used clothing to ThredUp. Their team of specialists will evaluate your items then make an offer accordingly. Sellers receive a premium for receiving funds in the form of store credit, but payment in cold hard cash is also available. It’s great for those who aim to clear out their closets. Another perk of the site is the ability the thrift shop from the comfort of home.
5. The description couldn’t be more perfect: aa is like snake on an old brick phone, it’s fundamental. Tap on the screen to shoot up the numbered circles to connect it with the larger circle in the middle. Avoid hitting other spokes. As with most games, it’s easier said than done. Speed and direction changes are variables to contend with. The best part? The game is free on iTunes.