Things I Read This Week: March 3, 2017

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How was your week? This post is up bright and early because we’re going on a mini-road trip to Syracuse today to watch some sports and hang out for the weekend. I have a lengthy list of bars and coffee shops to try and I am READY. Here’s what I’ve been reading:

The Kitchn – 17 Favorite Trader Joe’s Products That Our Readers Love
“What do you want to do in Syracuse when we’re not watching sports?” “Trader Joe’s.” “And?” “Target.” “And?” “Any place they sell craft beers.” It’s going to be a great weekend. If you have any Trader Joe’s must-buys, leave them in the comments below!

Food & Wine – Around the World in 17 Breakfast Sandwiches
Your plans for the weekend should involve a croque-madame, a French classic that involves ham, cheese, egg, bread, and tons of butter. There’s no better Saturday morning meal!

Bon Appetit – What It’s Like to Be Rihanna’s Personal Chef
Doesn’t this job sound amazing and also extremely scary? What if Rihanna didn’t like my croque-madame? But it seems like Debbie Solomon is killing it: “That [certain and elegant] demeanor is likely one of the reasons Solomon has been so successful at her wildly unpredictable job: She gets what the perks are, but she understands the stakes, too.”

Fortune – Meet the Only Woman Who Knows the Oscar Winners Before You Do
I read this article on Sunday morning, a few hours before the Oscars. I thought it was interesting to know more about how the results are administered, but I never thought this background information would become so relevant. YIKES. To echo a million thought pieces on the subject: Moonlight deserved better.

The Atlantic – How Will History Remember Your Lifetime?
This is cool. Apparently, I’ve never lived in a world without Macintosh computers; I became a teenager the same year Can’t Hardly Wait was released; and at this moment, my life can be divided into two halves: before and after the International Space Station. #thisis31

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