The Funnelworthy List (March 2017)

Posted by on Mar 24, 2017 in The FunnelWorthy Lists | One Comment

Our monthly dose of Food for Thought. A collection of favourites to read, eat, make and explore.

When I feel like I miss hanging out in magical bookstores and getting lost in unknown books, I look at things like thisthis and the Book Materiality Project

New cookbooks I am excited about! One inspired by road trip travel and one stirred with poems.

Not that I need any convincing, but in case you are undecided on what makes cookbooks so amazing, here’s why you should still buy cookbooks in 2017 and an ode to the simple perfection of cookbook bookstores

Useful at any time – How to make time for creativity. “Perfection is the enemy of production.” Wise words. 

We refer to them as developing countries, but it is those places that develop the rich countries and send trillions of dollars more towards the west. It’s aid in reverse.

This YouTube channel makes me sooo hungry. Strictly Dumpling.

Another “healthy” recipe moment – chocolate beet cake and for when I’m feeling more naughty S’mores Brownies

Everything is better with an egg on it

How do you express happiness in your language? A glossary of happiness may open your eyes, or in my case, spaghetti pangrattato with crispy eggs would do it too. 

How to figure out who to trust? Liz Gilbert gives us some ideas. 

The potential ugly truth behind the spy agency none of us has ever heard of. 

How do food trends trickle down the food chain? 

Sugar is our drug of choice – What Oscar Wilde wrote about a cigarette in 1891 might also be said about sugar: It is “the perfect pleasure. It is exquisite, and it leaves one unsatisfied. What more can one want?”


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1 Comment

  1. Noodle
    April 8, 2017

    Love the blog!
    Keep up the great work…


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