June 23, 2014
mightyflynn:

Clint Dempsey & Tim Howard
June 9, 2013
Safeco Field
Seattle, Washington
Photo by Ted S. Warren/AP
 

Can’t wait for Thursday!

mightyflynn:

Clint Dempsey & Tim Howard

June 9, 2013

Safeco Field

Seattle, Washington

Photo by Ted S. Warren/AP

 

Can’t wait for Thursday!

June 15, 2014

The perfect Father’s Day sipping beverage.

June 14, 2014
The Two Escobars - ESPN Films: 30 for 30

World Cup pre-game must watch.

Two Escobars uplifted the Colombian soccer team from obscurity. Andre Escobar: team captain. Pablo Escobar: drug lord in the shadows.

June 14, 2014
Can someone please get Donald Sterling on the twitter machine?

June 14, 2014

Season 3 of The Mind of a Chef debuts in September. I am so proud to part of this show.

July 13, 2013

Great summer dish.

Breville Presents Rare Seared Tuna with Soba Noodle Salad by Chef Jeremy Sewall in Fishing for Real

June 7, 2013
newyorker:

A cartoon by William Haefeli. For more cartoons from the issue: http://nyr.kr/12q6hcY

newyorker:

A cartoon by William Haefeli. For more cartoons from the issue: http://nyr.kr/12q6hcY

April 18, 2013
nypost:

New York Post front page for Thursday, April 18, 2013

The NY Post just makes stuff up, like no vetting of sources. 

nypost:

New York Post front page for Thursday, April 18, 2013

The NY Post just makes stuff up, like no vetting of sources. 

April 18, 2013

sarahbeth6bee:

mamaluka:

Jimmy Fallon & The Roots :) 

Love this!

Cool

(Source: shutthejeabot, via fallontonight)

April 17, 2013
I haven’t slept well the last two nights thinking about the carnage from the attacks at the Marathon Monday afternoon. How does something like that happen in Boston? I then read Dennis Lehane’s great Op-Ed in the NY Times this morning: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/17/opinion/messing-with-the-wrong-city.html?hp&_r=0
How should the city honor the dead and horribly maimed? I think next year we need to make Patriots Day 10X bigger and call it Freedom Festival for the weekend. Free concerts all weekend in Boston Common, baseball, food trucks, beer, pie eating contests. Everything these terrorists hate, what makes America great, we need to roll out in triple just to say “fuck you, how ya like me now?”.

I haven’t slept well the last two nights thinking about the carnage from the attacks at the Marathon Monday afternoon. How does something like that happen in Boston? I then read Dennis Lehane’s great Op-Ed in the NY Times this morning:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/17/opinion/messing-with-the-wrong-city.html?hp&_r=0
How should the city honor the dead and horribly maimed? I think next year we need to make Patriots Day 10X bigger and call it Freedom Festival for the weekend. Free concerts all weekend in Boston Common, baseball, food trucks, beer, pie eating contests. Everything these terrorists hate, what makes America great, we need to roll out in triple just to say “fuck you, how ya like me now?”.

March 15, 2013
Photos of Children From Around the World With Their Most Prized Possessions

(Source: mercycorps, via david)

March 8, 2013
momofuku:


lucky peach two-item combo reading with fried rice
like a $3.99 lunch combination meal at a chinese restaurant, this event presents a taste of two disparate and saucy lucky peach issues. in slot one, a helping of the apocalypse issue. specifically, the debut of a short new video featuring chef magnus nilsson preparing roast chicken in the year 2034. then, lp editor peter meehan, contributor gideon lewis-kraus, bon appetit editor andrew knowlton, and writer emily witt talk travel and where travel writing falls short. both items will inevitably spill over their barriers and into one another. all served over fried rice, courtesy of danny bowien of mission chinese food. hosted by lp editor-in-chief chris ying. fried rice is first come, first serve.

momofuku:

lucky peach two-item combo reading with fried rice

like a $3.99 lunch combination meal at a chinese restaurant, this event presents a taste of two disparate and saucy lucky peach issues. in slot one, a helping of the apocalypse issue. specifically, the debut of a short new video featuring chef magnus nilsson preparing roast chicken in the year 2034. then, lp editor peter meehan, contributor gideon lewis-kraus, bon appetit editor andrew knowlton, and writer emily witt talk travel and where travel writing falls short. both items will inevitably spill over their barriers and into one another. all served over fried rice, courtesy of danny bowien of mission chinese food. hosted by lp editor-in-chief chris ying. fried rice is first come, first serve.