good reads | 16

bon appetit test kitchen

I love a thoughtful link roundup as a way to discover the fantastic writing others are reading and sharing online. Here are my good reads from the week that was.

Good Reads

If you’re looking for me, I’m in the Bon Appétit test kitchen.

Standing 1:1 meetings with my staff are always a productive and well-used part of my work week. 

In a provoking and honest post, Tim from Lottie + Doof challenges our food media to be less boring. 

May we all be able to retire as Patrick Pichette has done. 

The good, the bad and the hangry. (Or: why I never go too long without eating.)

Before I go: Neurosurgeon (and brilliant writer) Paul Kalanithi died on Monday, March 9.

Other Roundups to Love

Molly Yeh’s Friday Links (updated Fridays)

Fathom’s Links We Love (updated Saturdays)

A Practical Wedding’s Happy Hour (updated Fridays)

Elise Blaha Cripe’s Weekend Links (updated Saturdays)

101 Cookbooks’ Favorites List (updated infrequently, but excellent)

[lead image: Pablo Enriquez for The New York Times]

Good Reads on Some Infinite Thing is updated every Friday morning.

2 thoughts on “good reads | 16

  1. i didn’t realize how not nice i am when i’m hangry. i’ll make a passing remark to dw that i can feel stirrings of hunger and he will put down whatever he is doing to find me food or to get us to where food is. i’m perfectly capable adult but i am incapable of feeding myself only. it’s just not worth it to me, so if i’m the hungry one and dw isn’t, i’ll sit around and get hungrier and hungrier, until i reach hangry status and then everyone’s in trouble. it’s a terrible habit, one that dw is trying to break me of.

    1. Lan, this used to be me, and still is sometimes. Austin’s learned to recognize the cues and ask me when I last ate, and he plain and simple doesn’t let me leave the house without a “contingency lunch” even if I have plans or protest that I’ll pick something up. I am irrational and testy when I go too long without food, so I have to make time to feed myself. Such a simple (but difficult) concept.

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