From Where We Stand: Our Weekend in Photos

October  5, 2015

A glimpse into our editors' lives: Here's how the world looks from where we stand, from faux cocktails to late-night subs.


My Sunday project was Nanny's Apple Pie Cake. You make two rounds of pie-like yet puffy dough. One gets pressed into the bottom of the pie dish and the other gets pinched off and scattered over the chopped apple filling. —Sarah

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After a rainy, frigid Saturday, Sunday was sunny and crispy and perfect—and I spent all of it walking around Brooklyn. Here's a sweet corner of Greene Grape Annex, in Fort Greene. —Caroline



This weekend, my boyfriend's mom treated us to dinner at Betony (an oddly located Midtown restaurant with a menu that's plays off of the classic dishes you'd expect to see in that part of town), and while they have some of my favorite cocktails in the city, I opted for a non-alcoholic beet "wine" that was as delicious as it was beautiful. Look at that color! —Leslie



Kenzi made these meatball subs at 2 AM on Saturday night. What did your manager ever do for you? —Ali



Not bad for a farm lunch at the Blue Hill at Stone Barns Harvest Fest this weekend. —Merrill



I am betting these concrete tiles are the most instagrammed thing at Dwell On Design. —Amanda

What did you get up to this weekend? Tell us in the comments.

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AntoniaJames October 5, 2015
Olive bread.

Among many other interesting and enjoyable things . . . . ;o)
amysarah October 5, 2015
The beet wine looks lovely, but is quite evocative of Schrute Farm (was your waiter possibly named Mose?)
Lindsay-Jean H. October 5, 2015
Haha. Well played!