1. eat at gloria restaurant, nyc
fish and seafood galore a.k.a. my kind of place.
the restaurant is small and humble, and the windows let in this really nice light.
it was no surprise that every dish was stellar. really recommend if you love non-meat things and dashi-butter mushrooms.
2. make paleo oven-fried salmon cakes
with more time on my hands, i've been cracking down on trying new recipes.
these salmon cakes with almond flour and mashed sweet potato by melissa are actually so great. i stored them for a few days and re-fried them on a pan right out of the fridge.
threw it on a salad, dressed it as a burger, ate one for a snack.
3. visit hélio oitica + history of protest at the whitney, nyc
honestly, whenever i go to the whitney i'm always at least a bit disappointed.
but, last week was definitely an exception to that. my friend hannah and i roamed every floor, carefully and thoughtfully looking at every piece (especially those of the "incomplete history of protest" exhibit).
first time in a long time that i was just in awe of an entire collection.
4. see dunkirk in 70mm
god, this film was spectacular, which is no surprise because of nolan and zimmerman's unified genius. every shot was stunning, every track was incredible, the entire interweaving of shots and events was brilliant.
i have no complaints. see it in 70mm.
5. binge-watch avant garde vegan on youtube
i actually did binged these videos this morning.
i'm not a vegan anymore, but i have loved gaz oakley's recipes nonetheless. the kitchen in this squash risotto video is goals.
happy august, everyone.