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


1. For Peat’s Sake | Huckberry

They might not consider themselves a craft distillery, but Westland Distillery is definitely creating something worth buzzing about. Seems like Seattle’s got it all — the Space Needle, endless coffee shops, and now this. We’re totally jealous.

2. You Can Now Get Paid To Shove Chocolate Into Your Face Hole | Mashable

On the list of all dream jobs, this takes the cake. Or takes the chocolate. Mondelēz International (think Oreo and Cadbury) is hiring a new chocolate taster. Insert giant pile of resumes. Requirements for the position: “‘passion for confectionary and taste buds for detection.'” Aka talk, taste, think cocoa.

3. What Are Shirred Eggs? | Food Republic

We’re so down for anything that takes our brunch game to the next level & shirred eggs look like just the thing. All you need is a ramekin (baking dish), heavy cream, an egg, and an oven. Other fun add-ins: tomatoes, potatoes, & toast. Dip and dine in style, friends.

4. 9 Oscar-Nominated Movies to Inspire Your Next Adventure | National Geographic

Don’t lie, we’ve all dreamed of starring in our fave films and now, on some level, we can. This National Geographic article pulls together places of adventure for the Academy Award groupie in you. From La La Land to Manchester By The Sea, your silver-screen destination awaits!

5. Do You Actually Know How These Foods Grow? | Buzzfeed

Avocados are life. There’s no doubt about it. But sometimes the things we love to eat grow in unexpected ways. This quiz will test your gardening knowledge and give you a little more info on where your beloved ingredients stem from.