Good morning. The Golden Globes will likely be awarded this night in a ceremony that won’t resemble earlier, boozier incarnations of the Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation’s annual recognition of the reveals and movies its members had been lobbied to herald. Amy Poehler will anchor the published from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, with Tina Fey becoming a member of her from the Rainbow Room in New York. The nominees will be a part of through screens of their houses. (Stars, they’re similar to us.)
In the hunt for normalcy and silly-season enjoyable, I’ll watch with a platter of loaded nachos, potato chips, clam dip and spicy party mix, then perhaps convey my laptop computer into the kitchen later within the present to comply with alongside reside with The Times whereas I prepare dinner these ridiculous crispy fried tofu sandwiches in accordance with the teachings of Brooks Headley of Superiority Burger in New York. Hollywood’s about escape, and I may use a bit of that lately. I’m certain the identical is true for you.
That’s Sunday’s consuming, a minimum of if I don’t avail myself of this wonderful assortment of 20 surprising, delicious recipes for sheet-pan dinners. (You’ll like this, too: our Genevieve Ko on how the unflashy sheet pan became a kitchen star.)
On Monday, I feel I’d flip to pasta with fresh herbs, lemon and peas (above), a type of promise to myself that spring is coming, that quickly sufficient timber will bud and we’ll have the ability to take lengthy walks earlier than nightfall.
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Now, it’s nothing to do with lobster thermidor or blistered grapes, however the Maintain Regular have a brand new album, “Open Door Policy.” There’s some epic lyrical speak-singing from Craig Finn on it, “Me & Magdalena.” (Completely different music from the Monkees one with the identical title I discussed some time again.)
It is a troublesome, fascinating story about a big-mountain skier named Dean Cummings, whose psychological sickness led to his demise, by Devon O’Neil in Outdoors.
Extra music: Boubacar Traoré, “Hona.” Let that wash over you as you prepare dinner.
Lastly, I botched the Purim story on Friday and mentioned that Esther was Haman’s cousin. In fact she wasn’t. She was Mordecai’s cousin, and married to the King of Persia. Apologies. I’ll be again on Monday.