Good recipes to share with friends.
You can’t imagine how excited I was when I found deviled potatoes on the Post Punk Kitchen. I think it’s just brilliant. If you’re vegan or not, they’re worth a try. I ended up with a recipe that tastes a bit like a bite-size potato salad – so, basically, a mouthful of yum.
I’ve never seen the movie “The Devil Wears Prada” with Meryl Streep but every time I see a GIF from the movie, I get tempted. I have no idea where my interest in fashion comes from but I love anything bizarre, expensive and totally impractical (Alexander McQueen and Iris Van Herpen … follow my pinterest board for more) and until I make millions of dollars like Lady Gaga, I’ll never wear a piece of it … or even consider it.
Speaking of Miss Gaga, I must say that the fashion in her new video for “Applause” stunned me. It’s just beautiful and bold, but simple and stunning. The style choices were made by her new stylist, Brandon Maxwell, and I’m impressed.
Of course, I don’t have a gazillion bucks, so I tend towards the quirky cute styles of Japan and Hong Kong. I love going to Chinatown to pick out oversized t-shirts and baggy pants with bold patterns. I feel like I’m getting a bit old for this kind of stuff but it’s still fun, and it works on weekends and vacations.
While Miss Solange Knowles won my heart with her style in “Losing You” late in 2012, I think for this recipe I’m going to share a more recent discovery, Tricot. They are a four‑piece shoegaze-rock group from Kyoto, Japan and have absolutely darling street style. Shout out to my friend Chris for sharing their video for “Ochansensu-su” with me.
The Devil Wears Potatoes
(Inspired by The Post Punk Kitchen)
Makes a dozen hor d’oeuvres.