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. Everything You Need to Know About Campfire Cooking | The Daily Meal

This week marked the official commencement of summer. Check out this guide ensure your domestic adventures are properly outfitted: Find essential campfire cooking tips on how to build the fire, the best cooking methods, and go-to campfire recipes.

2. Eat Dinner At A Table Suspended 150 Feet in the Air | LAist

Feeling adventurous? This new pop-up dinner situation is revolutionizing where you eat dinner. “Dinner in the Sky” takes its guests to new heights by suspending a dining table from a crane, then serving up a four-course meal 150 feet above the ground. Don’t look down! (But really, definitely look down.)

3. This Neuroscientist Shares 7 Critical Daily Habits to Keep Your Brain Healthy | Inc.

Distinguish these seven habits that can keep your brain at peak performance. Incorporate mediation, classical music, and kill ANTs (not literally) into your daily routine into ensure a happy + productive life.

4. 12 Wines for Hot-Weather Drinking | The Daily Meal

Who said wine wasn’t made for the summer heat? Whether your favorite wine is a blanc, a rosé, or a merlot– we have a list of the wines that will pair well with hot weather + summer cuisines. Oh yeah, and they’re all budget-friendly with most costing no more than $20.

5.  11 of Our Most Oft-Found Fridge-Door Dregs & Ideas for Using Them Up | Food52

We all have those condiments that sit on the refrigerator door and seem to never run out (we’re looking at you, mayo). Use these ideas next time you see that peanut butter, ketchup, or sweetened condensed milk loitering on your fridge door.