So one of the reasons why I’ve been so slow with updating Fat & Fatter over the past few months is because I’ve been working on another project. For years, I was frustrated with how difficult it was to research great restaurants when I was planning vacations abroad. Random Google searches and visiting multiple websites to read a bunch of different articles and lists was just too tedious.
I wanted to come up with something that combined my passion for food and dining out, with my first love, journalism. I decided to go directly to top chefs and ask them what their favorite restaurants and dishes were. The recommendations I received were extremely informative, passionate, and more than what I could have ever hoped for.
Vancouver, BC is the first featured city in this project, and I’ll be updating the website with more interviews in the coming weeks. I wanted to give my followers here a first look! You can find the site here, and please feel free to “like” Eats Abroad’s Facebook page and follow on Twitter. Thanks!
Ann Druyan (via girlwithdeathmask)
This is beautiful and made my night
I love this(via churchofdolan)
A large Miocene aged fossil crab (Tumidocarcinus giganteus) from New Zealand which has been painstakingly prepared from a hard concretion. This 6 inch wide crab took more than 50 hours of work to prepare in a 3D manner.
This is a rare Cenoceras nautilus from Belmont, France. It is 5 inches in diameter and is free-standing on a sculpted block of matrix.
Giant Tumidocarcinus Giganteus Crab Fossil
72 Degrees in the shade.
The Animated Self Portrait
i want every frame of this tattooed on my body and then i want it on my gravestone
children in a nutshell
Johannes van Loon. Illustrations for Harmonia Macrocosmica by Andreas Cellarius. Star Atlas. 1660.
Geometric watercolor-like tattoos by Russian based artist Sasha Unisex
Vegan Getting Ready for Fall Comfort Food Round Up
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Resort 2015