When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sport, and most of all, food. Here’s what we’re into this week:

1. These Creamsicles Are Made with Fruit- But Not the One You’re Thinking | Food52

This savory twist on a classic treat will have you completely rethinking dessert. Tomato and sour cream creamsicles are changing the popsicle game in a major way. Try out this recipe and see if dinner is the new dessert!

2. The 10 Best Summer Road Trips From Los Angeles | Thrillist

Close out summer the best way out there — with a road trip. Pack some snacks, tee up your playlist, and visit one of these destinations ranging from an hour-and-a-half to five hours outside of Los Angeles (depending on that all-powerful LA traffic). There are watery adventures, wine tours, and LOTS more to choose from!

3. Fantasy Football 2016: Use This Defensive Strategy to Get a Huge Edge | The Washington Post

In just under two weeks, the 2016 NFL regular season officially kicks off and you know what that means: time to break out your favorite team’s colors and start drafting your fantasy lineup. Not sure the best way to go about draft process? Check out this article for some fantasy pro tips sure to set you up for success.

4. Turning Instagram Into A Radically Unfiltered Travel Guide | The New York Times

Move over Yelp and TripAdvisor, Instagram is the new go-to travel resource. More and more people are turning to Insta to get a peek at local and exotic destinations alike. But it’s not all sunsets and hiking summits. Pictures of vibrant eats set against beautiful tropical backgrounds definitely serve as wanderlust inspo; but this documentation craze can also raise a few concerns…

5. Like these TV Shows? Here are 70+ Things You Might Also Like… | NPR

The screen goes black. End credits start to roll. The Netflix browser gently offers you similar titles to the television show you that just finished binge watching and directs you back to the browser. A feeling of doom sets in. You ask yourself, “What will I do with myself now?” We’ve all been there. Fear not! This NPR roundup offers cinematic and textual alternatives to all of your favorite shows.