You Might Also Like: Triscuits + Zero Waste

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A rundown of what we’re doing, watching, reading, coveting.
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A rundown of what we're doing,
watching, reading, coveting.
Here's what's got our attention this week.
  • I know everyone (including us) has turned their kitchens into bread bakeries, and in my book, there aren’t many things that can top freshly baked bread + butter, but, BUT, I am here to say that the Rosemary + Olive Oil Triscuit is a delight. The super saltiness pairs perfectly with a chilled adult beverage at the end of a long ass day.

  • The Class - the cult favorite nyc-based workout class (and a physical / mental outlet I’m leaning on hard right now via their streaming classes) - just yesterday announced its first class download, and it’s a fundraiser for COVID relief. 100% of the proceeds from the $10 class go to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for World Health Organization. Available now through August 7th. If you’ve ever been curious to try, this is a great opportunity to test it out and have the dollars do good.

  • For your Mother’s Day, non-COVID, weekend reading: How Motherhood Changed My… 16 women share their personal transformations. I guarantee you’ll relate.

  • It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of tragedy, often not knowing what one person can do. This weekend you can Run With Maud. Get out your sneakers, white t-shirt, and face mask. Honor the life of Ahmaud Arbery, and speak out about his senseless death.

  • There are plenty of quarantine habits I hope to leave behind when this is all over… Like being inside too much of the day, and letting India watch too much TV. There are some things though that have felt revolutionary; like meal planning in order to maximize groceries and trying to let nothing go to waste. I ordered beets recently and they came with their giant leaves and stems. I was reminded of this delicious Beet Greens soup my friend Karen taught me how to make many moons ago. I made it the other night, putting the whole stalk to use, and everyone gobbled it up (it’s super simple to make too). I didn’t have any stock on hand but I used this instead--a great stand-in that I’m learning is a very useful pantry staple.

  • Speaking of cooking, I’m dying to check out Pamela Salzman’s new book Quicker Than Quick: 140 Crave-Worthy Recipes for Healthy Comfort Food. Three kids plus the amount of cooking happening currently makes “quicker than quick” sound magical. Plus we all need comfort and health more than ever.