Jony Ive reveals the inspiration behind iOS7.
Oooh my eyes, they burn.
The couple chose to be married on June 2, the 47th anniversary of their decision to live together after having known each other only a couple of days. “We knew from day one,” Gerber said. The ceremony was conducted at the Conservative congregation in front of 130 guests by Rabbi Eliezer Havivi. It took place under a chuppah that was made from the tallitot of the women’s nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. The ketubah was custom made with illustrations depicting their home near a river and woods, and a text (in Hebrew and English) that the women wrote to reflect their life stage. (via After 47 years, lesbian couple weds | The Times of Israel)
Our wedding day will be on our 18th anniversary, we don’t have anything on these ladies who stood under the chuppah after 47 years together.
Also? This kind of gave me weepy emo tears.
Kentucky’s Louisville is ground zero for a new brand of progressive comfort fare, one that evokes the traditional trimmings of the South while working within the less stuffy idiom of the gastropub. Visitors to chef Edward Lee’s recently opened MilkWood, for example, can sample atypical ingredients from a small-plates menu organized not by course but by cooking method (low ‘n’ slow, from the skillet), while knocking back a shot of black truffle–infused bourbon. (via Louisville Steps Out of Its Comfort Zone | Out Magazine)
FAST FOOD DOESN’T GET FASTER THAN THIS SHIT. You can eat these sons of bitches raw. Sometimes I like them hot so I toss em on the grill. Use some of that bomb-ass peanut sauce too. Look, just because french fries come from a vegetable don’t front like that shit counts as your veggies for the day. Yeah, I’m already in your fucking head.
GRILLED SUGAR SNAP PEAS WITH PEANUT DIPPING SAUCE
1 pound sugar snap peas
1 tablespoon canola or vegetable oil
1 teaspoon lime juice
8-10 wood or bamboo skewers
PEANUT DIPPING SAUCE
1/3 cup natural peanut butter (nothing full of sugar or a shit ton of salt)
1/3 cup warm water
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 ½ teaspoons grated or minced ginger
2 tablespoons rice vinegar
2 teaspoons lime juice
2 teaspoons agave or honey
1 ½ teaspoons soy sauce
Mix together the peanut butter and warm water in a glass until it is smooth. Add the rest of the ingredients for sauce and keep fucking mixing until it is all uniform. Taste and adjust the seasoning so that you like it. Add more agave if you like stuff sweet, more garlic, whatever you like. That shit is on you.
Cut the ends off your sugar snap peas because those can be stringy. Run a skewer through the peas widthwise, with about 9 peas per stick. Mix together the oil and lime juice in a small glass and brush it over both sides of the peas so that they don’t stick when you grill them, otherwise your just wasting everybody’s goddamn time.
Bring your grill to a high heat and place the skewers on there for a minute or so on each side. You don’t need to cook them, you just want some char marks on there because that looks fucking legit. Slide the peas off the skewers and sprinkle them lightly with salt. Serve with peanut dipping sauce. Too lazy to cook them? Just serve them shits raw.
We whipped this dish up exclusively for our homies over at Frank151.
Holy shit how come none of y’all ain’t tell me about Thug Kitchen before?
Thanks for the love LocalView!