We just came across this super helpful flow chart from the good folks at GOOD. It shows you step by step how to cook cheap food that’s tasty and easy to make but gives you more variety than your usual pasta dish: you start with the basic onions and work your way out to other simple ingredients until you’ve got a minestrone, chili con carne or risotto. Before you know it, your menu has more interchangeable parts than a Mr. Potato Head, who, incidentally, would fit in nicely with that beef stew recipe.
There’s nothing like your neighborhood coffee shop. Even though they all exist to do the same thing, which is to pump legally acceptable speed into your brain, each one does it a little differently. Whether one specializes in latte art, sourcing the most magical coffees from the far-flung corners of the world or they just […]
You’ve got a lot in life to worry about, between work, relationships and the knowledge that one day the sun will implode and end all life on Earth. So why would you want to add not knowing your rights in a tenant/landlord dispute to that list, when you can get a free crash course in […]
Every good New York apartment needs a map of some kind, be it a cycling map or a subway map. For one, a map hanging on the wall makes you look smart. And also, it’s nice to see where you’re going without looking at a screen, especially in the event that Google finally becomes sentient […]