Welcome to Bakers Dozen! Each week we share with you what we’re reading, listening to, seeing and doing. While a lot of this stuff will be about or related to food, we also like to read about other goings-on in the world. We’d love to know what you find interesting - let us know what you’re up to at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now open and a permanent part of the museum, this exhibit features a range of objects from Jim Henson's career. A must-see for muppet lovers.
Head to Governor's Island on August 26 & 27 for dance lessons, pie-eating and dance contests, vintage clothing vendors and amazing music.
Learn all about Sanrio's newest character, a red panda with anger issues and a take-no-prisoners attitude. She's also beyond adorable.
Why are vegetarians and vegans turning away from the once-beloved soy crumbles, burgers and hotdogs? Rachel Sugar at Taste refuses to leave them behind, and writes about her ongoing love affair with fake meats at the link above.
Man's best friend? Jonathan Zalman at Tablet takes it one step further.
Not only are the new Nikes extremely cool, their designer, Tiffany Beers, is an amazing engineer who's changing the world. Read all about her at the link above.
We are true suckers for anything that combines brunch, Jewish culture and food history. This article from Food52 hits all the marks.
Need a bit of comic relief? Read some horror stories from fast food delivery people and feel normal in comparison. Warning: the cartoons, while awesome, are not the most suitable for work.
Pickling isn't just for bearded folks in Williamsburg. Learn about a bunch of new foods to pickle and the books that will teach you how.
A discussion with the cast and writers of "Good Burger," twenty years later (I know, insane).
Hash browns in their original form are pure and perfect, but there's always room for improvement. A bunch of chefs in New York are creating their own takes on this brunch staple, and they look pretty unreal.
An amazing new cookbook full of allergy-free recipes from Heather Christo.
This is by far my favorite podcast to date. Follow Arnie, Eusador the Wizard and Chunt the Talking Badger/Shapeshifter as they interview magical guests each week at the Vermillion Minotaur. Everything is improvised, and it's perfect to listen to when you're stuck underground on the way to work.