This week's links. Enjoy. The Pleasures of Reading Recipes Via Bon Appétit: "To the active food imagination reading a recipe is almost as good as the thing itself. Bee Wilson at The New Yorker tracks how they can 'put us in a delightful trance' through a new book, A History of Food in 100 Recipes." Small Is Beautiful Inspiring Dwell slide show of tiny modern houses from all over the world. A Giant Panoramic View of Tokyo This panoramic view of Tokyo by photographer Jeffrey Martin is the second-largest photo ever. Wild.
Breaking Bad: The Museum A new museum exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York has a new Breaking Bad collection, dedicated to the costumes, makeup, props, and other objects used to wordlessly communicate the interior world the of now-iconic chemistry teacher-turned-kingpin Walter White and his complexities. Follow the link to take a virtual tour with Wired Magazine. Zucchini Noodles with Basil Balsamic Marinated Tomatoes More than a few of my friends have gardens exploding with zucchini and tomatoes right now — this lovely recipe is a great way to enjoy the season's lovely produce. (photo styled by marcus hay. via sfgirlbybay)