Links We Love: Edible Pantone, Dim Sum in Hong Kong, and More
A look at what we're reading, cooking, and clicking this week.
• Dining and ditching is no new phenomenon, but BASE jumping from the second-tallest building in Melbourne to skip out on the check brings the practice to, ahem, new heights. Eater Nat’l
• Pictured: In the latest twist on the old palate/palette pun, a French blogger was so inspired by the iconic Pantone color chips that she made tarts to match. Griottes
• Dining in Hong Kong has come to be virtually synonymous with finding the city’s best dim sum. From small and intimate hole-in-the-wall to luxurious hotel restaurants, there’s no shortage of miniature options. Wall Street Journal
• Condensed milk ice cream is definitely something we can get behind, especially with some espresso-kicked caramel helping achieve perfect balance of sweet and savory. Seven Spoons
• From sweet to savory to all-out strange, pies all around the world are equal parts inspiring, entertaining, and baffling. (A pork wedding pie is far from conventional, but we’re intrigued). Gourmet Live
There’s something quite wonderful about eating alone — as Jay Rayner puts it, it means you’re always cooking for someone you love. UK Guardian