What are you up to this weekend? We are hanging with my grandmother and eating our weight in fish and chips. She also knows all the words to this poem, which is heartbreakingly beautiful and poignant. Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…

My #1 summer beauty product.

10 ways to serve a chicken cutlet.

Have you seen The Bear? It sounds great and is next on our list.

An etiquette expert breaks down TV shows and movies (Downton Abbey, The Crown, etc) and shows whether the manners are historically accurate.

Found! The prettiest top in 10 colors.

How Phoebe Robinson travels, including her pet peeve: “When people bring fish onto the plane, and it’s just stinking up the whole plane, I’m like, ‘You don’t need to be eating halibut right now.’ What is the emergency? What is the salmon emergency?”

LOVING this book.

This open marriage article was so buzzy this week. Thoughts?

What gorgeous paintings. (Vogue)

Do you want to know how you’re going to die? “There are people that would say ‘yes’ and there are people who would say ‘not a chance.’” (Elle)

Now that’s a garden!

Plus two reader comments:

Says Mary on a tater tots cake: “Oh my god, this is amazing and hilarious. Today I was going to bake a cake for someone, but I might be switching gears to this. Why be normal when you can be a delightful, diabolical darling of a weirdo?!”

Alex says on the one thing I always pack when traveling with kids: “During quarantine, we broke out Guess Who? and tried to teach our two-year-old how to play. She asked hilarious questions like ‘Does your person have a strawberry face?’ and ‘Does your person like tacos?’ It was a delight every time.”

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