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A bee doing work on the sunflower last night.

Rabbit and Roast Vegetable Ragu with Cheese Tortellini 

Had some braised rabbit leftover from the other day so I stretched with with a bunch of roast eggplant, kale, chard carrots, peppers and tomatoes picked from the garden and CSA this week. Turned out pretty damn good.

Rabbit and Roast Vegetable Ragu with Cheese Tortellini

Had some braised rabbit leftover from the other day so I stretched with with a bunch of roast eggplant, kale, chard carrots, peppers and tomatoes picked from the garden and CSA this week. Turned out pretty damn good.

Sunflower 2

Sunflower 2

warbyparker:

Floor Plan
We love polls. Sometimes we poll our fellow employees about their tastes,
preferences, and online distractions. Here’s where we share the results. This week’s question: what is your favorite Twitter account?
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I really like these “Floor Plan” polling posts from Warby Parker. They’re a great way to share culture from a genuinely organic perspective.
I hate when I see ‘culture” posts from startups with stupid pushup contests, happy hours, all-hands, etc. That’s weak. Who gives a shit if your catered lunch was great today? Same with your bean bag chairs and table games. 

These polling posts from Warby Parker share what the people at the company pay attention to, consume, share and engage with. That’s real insight into the people that make up the company culture. 

warbyparker:

Floor Plan

We love polls. Sometimes we poll our fellow employees about their tastes,
preferences, and online distractions. Here’s where we share the results.

This week’s question: what is your favorite Twitter account?

I really like these “Floor Plan” polling posts from Warby Parker. They’re a great way to share culture from a genuinely organic perspective.

I hate when I see ‘culture” posts from startups with stupid pushup contests, happy hours, all-hands, etc. That’s weak. Who gives a shit if your catered lunch was great today? Same with your bean bag chairs and table games. 

These polling posts from Warby Parker share what the people at the company pay attention to, consume, share and engage with. That’s real insight into the people that make up the company culture.