Life moves pretty fast, as Ferris Bueller says. Here's a selection of our favorite stories from the site this week.
- Some of our favorite photographers shared their secrets for taking better cell phone photos at night.
- Yes, she's an alternative-flour expert—but Alice Medrich made a good case for white bread in her recipe for Summer Berry Pudding.
- We learned more about our Managing Editor, Kenzi, and her love for baguette heads and mushy foods.
- We announced that we're expanding our little family: Welcome to The52!
- We sang the unsung gluten-free grain sorghum (and popped it in our test kitchen).
- Design & Home editor Amanda visited the brand-new Rizzoli Bookstore and gleaned some inspiration.
- Frozen drinks got easier than we ever imagined they'd be, thanks to mixers that are always in our freezers.
- Our latest Genius recipe turned out to be the easiest make-ahead side. It may even have convinced some avowed zucchini skeptics.
- Riddley added something herbal to her cold brew coffee—with unexpected and delightful results.
- We got to watch magic happen as two apartments became one.
- We got something very exciting in our C.S.A.! (What should we make with it?)
- Our latest Indian Cooking at Home column taught us how to make garam masala and aloo gobi.
- Sarah told us to turn our plums into caramel and our caramel into cake—and we're not arguing.
- The eleventh epidsode of Burnt Toast talked tips for navigating dinner parties, including what to do if Amanda Hesser seats you at the end of the table.
- Riddley made the case for cooked fruit in desserts.
- When we didn't have plates, we turned to our crafts drawer.
- Aran Goyoaga, a member of The52, shared her advice for making breakfast for two very different children.
Monday photo by Rocky Luten; Tuesday and Wednesday photos by Mark Weinberg;
Which articles stood out to you this week? Share them in the comments—and have a great weekend!