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Megan Gordon’s Whole Grain Gingerbread

December 17th, 2013 Megan Gordon

Megan and I met some time ago, when she was still living in San Francisco. I won’t go into some of the big life changes she was going through at the time, but if you follow her blog and read through her beautiful new book, Whole-Grain Mornings, you’ll get a glimpse into her somewhat unlikely […]

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Single Serving: Quilt – Tired & Buttered

December 2nd, 2013 quilt held-in-splendor

You know we’re nearing year’s end when singles from album’s set to be released the following year start popping up like wild flowers. For example, Boston psych rockers Quilt have dropped a new single from their sophomore album Held In Splendor which is set for a January 28, 2014 release. Packed full of tempo changes […]

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Food and Music Gifts for Everyone

November 13th, 2013 Turntable Kitchen Tee

Update: Very limited copies of the Local Natives Pairings Box are still available. Subscribe today! *** If you’re like me, you obsess over getting your loved ones the *perfect* gifts for the holidays. You try to be original, thoughtful and insightful. That’s where Turntable Kitchen comes in. Virtually all of our products are gender-neutral, and somewhat age-neutral, too. Did […]

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Gifts for a New Home

November 1st, 2013 Gifts for a New Home

Moving into a new home is an exciting time: it’s an opportunity to update the coffee table, add some fresh art, and recreate your dream relaxation space. Whether you’re on the move or know someone who is, here are a few ideas for cool gifts that say ‘welcome home.’ 1. Whiskey stones: For the friend […]

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How to Be a Good House Guest + Lo & Sons Travel Bag Giveaway

October 17th, 2013 How to Be a Good House Guest + Lo & Sons Travel Bag Giveaway

A while ago, I wrote a post about how to be a great host, so I thought it was time to follow up that post with a few tips for being a good house guest. One of my cardinal rules for staying at someone’s home is traveling light. I don’t want my host to feel […]

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Single Serving: Com Truise – Open

July 14th, 2012

Am I excited for new music by Com Truise? Uhm, hell yes I am. And, it looks like I won’t have to wait long either. On July 17th our New Jersey-based hero will be releasing a brand new collection of tunes titled In Decay. Although the tunes themselves aren’t exactly brand new (the release is […]

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Single Serving: Roane Namuh & Reva DeVito (+ Häagen-Dazs 50 Summer Moments)

July 10th, 2012

We’re selective about the folks we align ourselves with here at TK. And, frankly, we don’t typically align ourselves with established brands. We prefer to champion our favorite small producers. That’s not going to change. However, once in awhile a more established brand approaches us with a cool partnership opportunity that we can support. That […]

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Third Person: Matambre, Argentinian Stuffed Flank Steak & Homemade Harissa

March 20th, 2011 Matambre

I was hoping to do a little experiment: to write in the third person. But each time I tried, it felt entirely unnatural. I’ve always had trouble with fiction. Each time I read a brilliant book written in the third person by someone who has had no personal experience with the setting, context or characters […]

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Ode to Alarm Clock and Recipe for Ginger-Sumac Cornish Hens

February 27th, 2011

Old habits die hard. I have this alarm clock that I have had for about 8 years now. I bought it from a Chinese store in Siena, Italy as a replacement for one that stopped working. It’s a travel alarm clock, so it’s rather small (it fits in the palm of my hand), silver and […]

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Clementine-Poppy Seed Loaf, Like Lemon, But Better

January 12th, 2011 Clementine-Poppy Seed Loaf

Winter fruit hardly excites me. I do love pears, and apples are good only when they are REALLY good, but other than that, I find winter to be the doldrums of fruit consumption. Perhaps that explains why, in the summer, I will readily eat three peaches in one day, as though I am emotionally stock-piling, […]

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