good reads | 30

noma rene redzepiI 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

Lunchables were strictly prohibited in our house as kids (along with: Fruit Roll-Ups, Ding Dongs and other lunch staples my mom saw unfit for consumption by humans…) so I’ve never actually eaten one. Still, this Lunchables Power Ranking is pretty great. 

“This has become something of a habit for Fiorina, who has a notable facility for delivering answers that thrill conservatives but fall apart under close examination.” A great piece by Vox about who won the CNN Republican Debate.

Some notes on your manuscript.

Austin and I aren’t religious people, but we often have conversations about the utility and deep appeal of religion — a built-in community, beautiful traditions and the ability to seek comfort outside of one’s own rational assessments, to name a few benefits. This piece about St. Lydia’s, a microchurch in Brooklyn, really resonated with me.

Rene Redzepi is closing Noma. (Also: Why I’m closing Noma.)

Kim Davis needs to read the Bible again.

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)

Food52’s Weekend Reading (updated Sundays)

101 Cookbooks’ Favorites List (last updated: 2015/08/08)

[lead image: Laerke Posselt for The New York Times]

Good Reads on Some Infinite Thing is updated every Friday (or Saturday) morning.

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