Friday Fulla Tourists
that time again. You're stuffed into the Metro with your heels in your bag, balancing your newspaper while not touching anyone around you, and the group in matching t-shirts is holding everything up, throwing everyone off. WELCOME, VISITORS. THIS IS RUSH HOUR. ISN'T IT GREAT?
We celebrated a birthday this week, and we had some awesome weather. High fives all around.
I can't believe my seder is Monday--if you've never seen an Ikea table + 3 folding card tables lined up, you're missing out!
I'm planning on making these cool charoset balls, obv the chocolate drop cookies (put them in the freezer, you won't regret it), and I put out a call through Google reader for someone to make Modern Domestic's pretty chocolate/almond/orange/praline tart. Bossiest hostess ever...
Awesome story about an Iranian seder, and the family that comes along with it.
In other (non Kosher for Passover) news, my in-laws are super into tea, and I've got to bring them some of these Earl Gray Cookies. If only Inkpad herself would whip them up...I'd pay!
Michel Richard is whipping up pie in the sky...or rather, airplane food (via We Love DC).
More reasons to go out for Ethiopian food--turns out the stuff injera is made of is the #1 superfood for runners (via Runners Kitchen).
And a simpler, still delicious pie, from Eat, Run, Read--the lovely D sent me the link to that blog a few weeks ago, and it talks about most of my favorite things. And the cupcake in her header graphic is SO CUTE. And to think I almost named this blog Eat, Jog At A Moderate Pace, Read Sometimes, But Mostly Listen To Podcasts. Didn't really flow, though.
Lastly, can we talk for a second about the Italian Store and BGR being in the same shopping center? For serious? DANGEROUS!
Have a great weekend everyone! Kite festival, cherry blossoms, or wherever else it takes you. Hopefully to brunch! I leave you with happy flowers...