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. The World’s Oldest Woman Says the Secret to Long Life Is Raw Eggs, Staying Single | Munchies

There’s rumors on rumors on how to stay young: Some drink a shot of whisky a day, and others eat cloves of garlic. The oldest woman in the world, 116-year-old Emma Morano, swears by an egg-and-meat-heavy diet that has us wondering if it’s worth a try.

2. These Efficient Exercises Give You Incredible Bang For Your Workout Buck | Thrillist

Beach bod, here we come! While cardio is important, expanding your workout routine to include weight and interval training can change your body. Throw some of these aerobic exercises into your workout to take it to the next level.

3. This is the right way to hold your knife | Tasting Table

It’s all about the chop. Check out this article to learn the proper grip on a knife that’ll give you that, “Yeah, I know what I’m doing” feeling and take your cooking to the next level.

4. On the Trail of Nabokov in the American West | New York Times

In the late 1940’s, “Lolita” novelist, Vladimir Nabokov, lived out the plot of his classic book, taking a cross-country trip and seeing more of the country than most American authors dream of. Retrace Nabokov’s steps and fall in love with the charm of the West — guns, deserts, and all.

5. This ‘Pie Consultant’ Has the Best Job Ever | Bon Appetit

Meet Stacy Donnelly, “pie consultant” (pause to admit that she is winning at life). After running a small New York bakery, Broadway recruited Donnelly to bake pies for the new diner-based musical “Waitress.” Now not only are we craving the city — we’re ready for a slice of pie.