This Mediterranean Stirfry is the first in a series of posts I’m doing this June. I rarely follow recipes when I’m cooking supper, and rarely make the same thing twice for that same reason! There are many times when I wish I’d written down what it is I threw in the pan. Continue reading “Mediterranean Stirfry”
I’m enjoying summer break way too much. I’m going to be so lost when school starts again next month! For now, I’m just soaking up the sun and low-humidity days, long walks, grill-outs at the park, frozen yogurt, and enough free time to make bread from scratch.
I’m packing up to move at the end of this month. We’re moving across town so that we can get a pet-friendly apartment, which means we’re packing everything up, cleaning, and figuring out what to do with the 2-day gap between when we have to leave this apartment and when we can get into our new one. We’re doing it ALL for this creature:
She’s my West Highland White Terrier, and her name is Jade. It’s her favorite color. Jade’s going to be 12 this fall, and I miss having her around. After losing my beagle last summer, I’ve been wanting Jade around for comfort. She’s my baby now. I love her to pieces!
Anyways, back to this bread:
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I use Pinterest as a tool for finding new recipes, mostly. I can’t make a recipe unless I can see a picture of it, so Pinterest is like a lovely internet image search of fabulous recipes. Naturally, of the many I try, not all are winners. I adjust recipes all the time to suit what I have on hand or my personal preferences. I know I haven’t been blogging for very long (not on a consistent basis, at least), but here are my 10 favorite Pinterest recipes that I tried and enjoyed so much that I blogged about them! Follow me on Pinterest and I’ll let you know what recipes are actually worth making!
Are you sick of granola bar recipes that result in crumbly, dry bars or mushy oat piles? Then you NEED this recipe! It makes perfectly textured bars. The best thing about the recipe is how versatile it is. The bars can be made with any kind of nuts, seeds, cereal, and dried fruit combination you can dream up!