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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Six Selections

TUES SIX SELECT
Los Angeles:overcast sky:Tuesday Recommendations
From stunning architecture to clever illustration to luxury travel to design alchemy to a lighting installation - and finally, to an interview with famous chef, Alice Waters - our six recommendation for Tuesday, November 19, 2013.
Look + Learn.
Ardmore Residences, Singapore - UNStudio
from Contemporist

Beppe Giacobbe (Illustrator) interview from Coolhunting 
Legendary Blue Train, Pretoria to Cape Town from Coolhunting

A mix of math and design (Alchemy) from Coolhunting

Arturo Alvarez lighting installation (TINA collection)
from Contemporist

Six Questions for Alice Waters from FOOD52

November Garden

HOW DOES OUR GARDEN GROW?
In November, the garden puts its feet up and relaxes after a season of hard work. No longer thriving, plants wind-down, roses give their last blooms, leaves fall, light weakens.
While most plants chill out, winter vegetables are at the beginning of their journey. And succulents brighten.
This is our garden, mid-November - Silverlake.









Thursday, November 14, 2013

Lidia's New Kitchen

A COOK'S KITCHEN
T2F has posted several stories about Lidia and Joe Bastianich and we were excited to learn about a new show airing on PBS. While we love the small, homey kitchen used in previous programs, we learn that Ms. Bastianich will be cooking in a spacious new kitchen.
The new show is based in what Lidia refers to as common sense, seasonal Italian cooking. Accompanying the program is a beautifully illustrated cookbook titled, Lidia's Commonsense Italian Cooking (written with her daughter, Tanya Bastianich Manuali). We hope you enjoy this short video. And remember,  we all meet at the dining table, not only to eat - but also to spend quality time with friends and family. And as Lidia and family would say,  "Tutti a tavola a mangiare!"

Lidia Bastianich Website, Facebook

Thursday, November 7, 2013

A Mixed Bag

THURSDAY MIX
All is one
Starting a business is creative from start to finish - thus, we recommend Blissoma Vegetarian Skin Care products.
We also include Seattle's US Federal Center South, designed by ZGF Architects.
And while it may seem odd to include in this mix the venerable Gopi Krishna, we think there is no separation between form and spirit.
And our last recommendation refers you to a New York exhibition and auction of fine and rare classis automobiles.
Enjoy our finds from the world-wide blogosphere!
Blissoma - from Coolhunting

Federal Center South Bldg. 1202 by ZGF Architects
from Contemporist


Gopi Krishna interviewed - from Zen Master YouTube

Art of the Automobile - from Coolhunting

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