Hello again and happy Friday.
This week was littered with a little cooking, a lot of appointments, and a whole lot of caring for others who are now on the mend thanks to love and soup, soup, and more soup. Isn’t that what being part of a family is all about?
With covid nipping at our heels, the personal challenges of many, and plenty of political divisiveness, this quote pretty much sums up where we still stand today, a whopping 59 years later. “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Martin Luther King Jr., 1963. Here are 11 non-profits for supporting racial equality in 2022 and beyond.
I caught an episode of this travel/cooking/buddy show, and I have to say, it was a good enough mindless escape for me to add it to my list of recorded programs to watch when I can’t decide on anything else. I suppose that’s a ringing endorsement?
I am really, really, REALLY ready to travel again. Somewhere awesome. Maybe back to Paris after reading these 12 tips for your next visit to a French food market which just so happens to be one of my favorite things to visit no matter where I am. Because no matter where I go, it’s ALL ABOUT THE FOOD.
It’s that time again, friends—Mercury is in retrograde and so is Venus, so let’s really buckle up. Here’s how to handle it all according to your zodiac sign.
I’ve mentioned before that word games are the only games I have on my phone. Now, everyone is going nuts over this word game. I like how the article talks about strategy to win too. I will soon be a master!
The most anticipated new movies of 2022. And, how sad that I didn’t even notice the Golden Globes came and went. It used to be my favorite awards show.
When it comes to cooking, my big get for this year is to sharpen my knives before I use them. Er, have my husband sharpen them before I use them. For sure one or the other ;).
This skillet pot pie looks like a weeknight comfort food dream.
This creamy dreamy Tuscan chicken is CrockPot ready.
If you’re into one-pot meals, this beefy taco pasta would go perfectly on your stove.
Eat more beans and be more healthy with this nourishing chickpea soup.
Man oh man, I love Thai food. This recipe with shrimp is an old favorite of mine but I’ve also bookmarked this saucy chicken dish.
For you sourdough bread bakers out there, here’s a twist for you to try.
I bet I eat a breakfast scramble like this one at least 3 times a week.
Killer salads are my fave lunch item and this one looks freaking awesome.
Give your leftover blackened salmon this delicious-looking salad treatment.
I am happy to go veg heavy when it comes to chowing down on a chow mein like this one.
My wintertime spring cleaning is in full swing and I’ve been choosing one task to tackle every couple of days. Yesterday was vacuuming the crumbs out of the kitchen drawers. It’s been bugging the crap out of me but apparently nobody else because even after many hints, it still never got done. Done and done.
On a smaller scale, this is one thing you’re probably not cleaning often enough so here’s how to clean it.
This baking dish from one of my favorite cookware brands is on super sale right now. Get it.
This dress feels a bit Audrey Hepburn-esque and works for work or a casual-ish sort of formal evening? Looks super comfortable. Ordered it just in case I have something to wear it to. LOL.
Do you wfh? I’m trying out this productiving technique again—let me know if you’ve tried it and what your tips are to make it work.
And that’s it for this week. Have a wonderful, hopefully illness-free week.
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