What are your plans this weekend, friends? Other than a visit to my father-in-law’s we have a planless weekend ahead of us. Planless is good and hopefully relaxing. We’ve been trying to stay in on Friday night’s to save money, so I try to make a yummy dinner and plan something fun. Tonight we’re roasting artichoke hearts and I’m making pizza using my favorite pizza dough recipe from Bread Toast Crumbs. Hurricane Florence should bring rain here on Sunday, which we are in need of. If you’re on the east coast or near to it, stay safe. Have a nice weekend and here is your weekend reading roundup of food links from around the web…
In love with this Persian love cake.
Your plan, Your Planet– a new Google app to help reduce food, water, and electricity waste.
A comforting and meaningful broccoli spaghetti.
Pinto, another app, is used to scan food and notifies you if it meets your personal dietary or nutritional needs.
This California tom yum soup is vibrant and herby and I can’t wait to make a big pot of it.
Will the recent 3-week prison strike result in better food for inmates?
Alice Waters is advocating for a free sustainable school lunch for all California k-12 students.
At Davidson College, working on the farm is highly coveted, the opposite of how it once was.
I’m a firm believer that anything involving tahini, eggplant, and lemon is a good thing.
Monarch butterfly’s, an iconic pollinator species, reaches the highest number in the past 25 years.
Photo: Coffee beans at Don Eduardo’s organic coffee farm in Salento, Colombia.