Here's a roundup of what's piquing our interest this week (and a tipoff to our upcoming design destination):
• Sarah's been cooking this from Ottolenghi's new cookbook: Jerusalem, spotted on 101 Cookbooks.
• Julie's watching this video: a visit of Toblerone House by MK27 through the eyes of a cat, via Dezeen.
• Admiring this Guilford, Connecticut, house nested in oak trees from Light Motif on Dwell.
• Seeking inspiration from Ici Marie's Tumblr.
• Sarah's listening to comedian Tig Notart talking to Ira Glass on This American Life.
Above: Just in time for the holidays: Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur. Learn how to make it here.
• Admiring this luxe townhouse and garden in Prospect Heights.
• Looking into the new Oyster app, a Spotify-like service for literature.
Above: Justine has been blogging on domestic portraits by Belgian photographer Mieke Verbijlen on Design Skool.
• Recently admiring the work of Ai Weiwei at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Meanwhile, on Gardenista:
• It turns out that flowering kale, staple of the fall garden, also is edible. Janet is contemplating this Flowering Kale Caesar Salad recipe.
Above: It's never too early to decorate for Halloween; Michelle is heading to Flora Grubb to investigate the carnivorous plants. For more images of man eater house plants she is considering, follow her at @MSlatalla.