Then, if you have time afterward, knock out Jerrelle Guy’s new recipe for zucchini muffins with a cinnamon crunch topping]. You take those to work or school on Friday, to the place where you volunteer, to the hot-stove league down at the village store, and you’ll be hailed as a hero, I promise.
And finally, to head into the weekend in style: Kay Chun’s new recipe for sheet-pan chicken with crisp potatoes, scallions and capers. Look at that. You cooked every night this week!
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Now, it’s nothing to do with turmeric or cold grapes, but camper-van daydreamers like me might want to get lost in the promise of Transporter Werks, down in Dunn, N.C.
Here’s Michael Slenske with Judy Chicago, whose show at Jeffrey Deitch’s gallery in Los Angeles has been a big hit, in Los Angeles magazine.
Finally, I kind of loved this Maclean’s report from this year’s string-quartet competition at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, in rural Alberta, Canada. It led me to this video of the Viano String Quartet playing Beethoven’s No. 9 in C Major. Cook like they play! See you tomorrow.