If you'd like to watch an 11-minute video about a delicious meal you likely can't/won't ever have, here's a cute one about a trout dish, among other things, at San Francisco's State Bird Provisions (a 2013 James Beard Award-winner, Best New Restaurant division).
The Innocents Abroad is a food and travel web-TV show; Kate Thorman (the one with the long, dark hair) and Nora Chovanec (the one with the long, dark hair) are your hosts. More info here.
Elsewhere in enviable fish: poached salmon and "a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn."
Recently, tiny mysterious doors have started appearing around San Francisco. They are too small for people to fit through, and they lead to nowhere, so the only reasonable conclusion is that they are fairy portals.
And yes, an artist has come forward to say that he's installing them as part of a project, but people on the internet are still choosing to call them 'fairy doors' because it's an objectively good name.
It also turns out there's another person in Ann Arbor, Michigan who has been anonymously creating tiny fairy doors since 2005, and a fan maintains a site dedicated to keeping track [...]