Links We Love

Links We Love

Here are a few things that caught our eyes this week.

* Some artisanal crafts have changed in the past 500 years…and others look remarkably the same. Gorgeous 16th-century German illustrations tell the story.

* Food writer and columnist David Tanis on why he writes (hint, it has to do with “the glory of new crop garlic or the thrill of eating a ripe tomato al fresco”).

* If you love Brooklyn and you love making things, you’ll want to check out this Indiegogo campaign.

* We love locally-made Taza chocolate. Their extensive recipe library means you can incorporate some stone-ground goodness into every meal.

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