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. How To Drink Wine | The New York Times

Here it is, you’re ulimate guide to vino. Stop drinking it and start understanding it. Well, actually keep drinking, but learn how to pair, buy, and *know* wine. Taking the anxiety out of wine one paragraph (and glass) at a time.

2. A Play-By-Play Guide to Deep Cleaning Your Pantry This Saturday | Food52

Saturday is upon us and if your weekend is looking wide open, this may be the perfect way to kick off your spring cleaning. Take on your pantry head on and show those cluttered shelves who’s boss. And maybe find some of those hidden midnight snacks while you’re at it.

3. Behind the Scenes: How to Photograph in Misty, Moody Weather | National Geographic

There’s nothing we love more than the perfect travel shot. But sometimes Mother Nature has something else in mind. Travel photographer Krista Rossow shares how constantly changing weather makes her the ultimate puzzle solver and how she finds little moments of beauty, even in the darkest, rainiest settings.

4. The Best Place To Get Pie In Every State, According To Yelp | Buzzfeed

There’s nothing wrong with knowing where the best desserts are, how far away they are, and how quickly you can get them. Some days just need a little sugar. Buzzfeed has the top pie places in your state. @ Our DC Friends, ours is in Georgetown. Group field trip, anyone?

5. Woman Cooking Elaborate Meals In The Office Using Just Random Equipment | Mashable

Forget ordering in, meal prepping, and snacking. This woman is making meals in the office that are far more advanced than anything we’ve attempted recently. And here’s the catch, she’s working kitchen free. Can’t decide if this is extra or *exactly* what we should be doing.