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. How to Juice Without A Juicer | Food 52
Indulge in sweet, fresh, seasonal fruits this summer — all without a juicer! Supplies you already have in your kitchen could help you create the perfect beet and citrus juice in no time.
Exercising can become a hassle, but it’s a must to keep up with those beach bod demands and the wellness goals you’re setting for yourself. Just a few simple swaps — like investing in proper shoes and odor/sweat-free workout gear — can help prevent chafing before it happens (always good) and tailor your workout to your body (even better!).
3. 5 Good Habits to Adopt in the Kitchen This Summer | The Kitchn
Midsummer is all about relaxation, especially during the summer heat wave we know as July and August. Check out these five habits to adopt for your kitchen — you know, the little things like putting things back in their place or keeping chilled water on hand.
4. 6 Rubs for Summer Grilling Perfection| Tasting Table
Creating a good rub is KEY to grilling crowd-friendly meats. Grab your spices and try these rub recipes on your next mouth-watering slab of ribs. We’re all about the coffee-infused rub for that perfect savory kick.
5. One of the ICEBERGS at the National Building Museum Has a Slide Inside of It | Washingtonian
The National Building Museum’s Summer Block Party is back! This year’s exhibit, ICEBERGS, features iceberg installations that hang from rafters and ascend from the floor — some even reaching 56 feet tall. Be sure to climb the exhibit’s stairs to reach “sea level,” lounge on one of the ice-white beanbag chairs, and unleash your inner child by enjoying the two slides inside one of the ICEBERGS.