November 30, 2012 § Leave a comment
I’d like to keep today short and sweet since earlier posts this week were bordering on novel like length! Once again I just want to thank you all for your tremendous support on the Ina feature, welcome all you new wonderful readers, and give a shout out to all of you who have been with me since the beginning and keep coming back to read and comment. I love you guys!
Now- the pics above. Remember back in November…
November 29, 2012 § Leave a comment
Have you started holiday shopping yet? Dare I ask if anyone is already done? I think finding the perfect gift can definitely be on the challenging side. It’s hard to find the right balance between something slightly luxurious, yet still practical. For my picks this week, I’ve tried to include a mix of things that I would use or admire, and that are beautifully designed. On the practical side, I know the Plenty cookbook is something that would get a lot of use, and the teakettle is something I would look forward to using each day. That adorable frenchie actually has a hidden practicality…
November 26, 2012 § Leave a comment
It’s been ages since I’ve done a “Weeknight Simplicity” recipe. But with the holidays and December gearing up to be one crazy month, I am very much in need of simple meals. Diced tomatoes and chicken broth are items I always like to have in my pantry as they make pulling together weeknight meals, like this soup, so much easier (learn more about my pantry staples). The recipe for this soup comes from Ina’s latest cookbook, Foolproof. The ingredient list is wonderfully…
November 24, 2012 § Leave a comment
Go : Nowhere, at least for a little while (I plan to stay in my yoga pants for a bit longer than socially acceptable this weekend)
Make : That DIY project that you’ve been meaning to get to (I’ll be at the Hobby Lobby bright and early tomorrow to get a start on homemade Christmas gifts. So excited for crafting!)
Drink : A big cup of green tea (of course if it looks a little lonely, it might need a slice of Thanksgiving pie along side)
November 23, 2012 § Leave a comment
Hi there! Hope you had the best Thanksgiving ever, and are getting some serious shopping in today (or just relaxing, if shopping with massive crowds isn’t your thing). If you have a little too much turkey on your hands, lucky for you, I made a handy Thanksgiving leftover flow chart. These recipes are for when you get tired of sandwiches, and want to reinvent your leftovers a bit. Hope you enjoy!