Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk. Beautiful and very intriguing.
I have issues. I bought blueberries 3 separate times in the past 2 weeks. Haven't cracked open a single one yet to enjoy. Bookmarked these for when they are on the brink: blueberry muffin skillet, blueberry waffle cookies (oh wait, I need a damn waffle maker first)
Salted Caramel Hazelnut Chocolate Chunk Cookies. WOW.
I made raspberry preserves so naturally I had to make these crazy good biscuits (again) meaning we should probably buy an at-home AED. Or some butter futures. Dairy futures maybe? Is there such a thing? There should be.
Have several aging apples I need to use up. Thank you SBA for posting an apple recipe in June!
These sound so refreshing. Is there any possibility of residual gin on the container if I make these grown-up popsicles? I do not support toddler alcoholism.
Not sure why we don't think to buy it year round but summer is the start of this yummy beer at our house.
Dangerous information to know about whipped cream. Note to self: DEFINITELY buy an AED.
Or I can take that 1/2 cup of heavy whipping cream I have in my fridge and make salted caramel sauce instead. Plus I would be eating it all myself since I'm the only one who likes caramel in this house. (wrings hands)
People with flat stomachs probably aren't making recipes like this which is probably why I'll never have one. A flat stomach, not chocolate cake. Obviously.
Can you even call this 'chili'? Looks pretty good but I think calling it chili is a stretch.
Fried pickles are seriously my favorite thing right now. I can't justify frying anything at home (but I'll gladly use 4 sticks of butter in a biscuit recipe) so instead we order them if they're on the menu anywhere. The only place I've found them in Seattle is this movie theater that serves food for $9.50 (!!) a basket. We're talking like 10 chips per person max.
Just look at this Lobster BLT - holy mother of *&#^%@$!
I love egg salad! This is looks like a delicious spin on the traditional recipe. How about with a side of pickled grapes?!
Lemon confit. How fancy schmancy.
|Peonies are my fave.|
Interesting to Me:
So lucky to live in Washington! Not only are we headed in to one of the most beautiful times of year here: summer (yes, we DO have summers here - they just tell you it rains all the time so you won't move here too), but I saw this article - true!
How adorable is this produce bag out of an old t-shirt? Hon - your "Octopy Wall Street" shirt with the holes in the armpits is in the (forgive the expression) cross-hairs. Gross.
Faux calligraphy - how cute!
Gabe jokes I'm turning Amish because I hang a lot of my delicate clothes to dry and want to make my own detergent (but it's purely because I don't like looking at those fugly liquid laundry detergent dispensers). Has anyone else tried doing this?
|She's been pretend answering the phone lately yelling: "This is Gabe!"|
Just for Fun:
Update on the old laundry closet. First, let's never mention that chevron wall I tried. It was an epic fail! I peeled the tape off the wall and hated it. So I didn't take any pictures and painted over it. Let's never speak of the chevron wall again, ok?
Second, I love how it turned out. I removed all the ugly wire shelves, installed stainless shelving, painted, installed a drying rack, hung retractable laundry line, decluttered the whole thing and now it's my favorite part of the house! Still not 100% done with it but I'm loving the results so far and I use the space all the time now.
If there's one thing I've learned living in this tiny condo, it's that you shouldn't wait to change something if you hate it. Even if you're not planning on living at your current home for long, it's worth it to make it a place you absolutely love.