Hello hello and happy Friday!
With nearly a foot of snow falling outside, I was snug as a bug in our cabin kitchen while raiding the freezer, fridge, and pantry for dinner inspiration. Luckily, my husband had gone to the grocery store before I arrived and stocked up on the essentials. After a quick perusal, I realized I had all I needed to make one of my favorite weeknight meals, this Thai coconut chicken and rice dinner. So good and so comforting and a dinner I’ll be making regularly in what I’m hoping will be a very wintery winter to come.
Daylight savings time ends this weekend so remember to set your clock back. Some think it already has, but it hasn’t yet. Will the tradition ever change?
Prepare yourself: How to avoid the holiday overwhelm.
Okay, this is a pretty good watch and the guy has moves!
These are the happiest states in the U.S.. Woohoo, #8!
3 things to love about getting older. Couldn’t agree more.
Did you know there’s going to be a total lunar eclipse on election day? Ominous?!!
Have you been searching for that one recipe Great-Aunt Meredith made that is now family lore but nobody has the recipe? Here’s how to download over 10,000 vintage cookbooks and recipes for free.
I saw this on sale at the grocery store and I think I must have it because I know they’d love me for it.
The debate rages on: The right and wrong ways to load the dishwasher.
The best way to clean your air fryer.
Unicorn cauliflower. And, an amazing way to get your kids to some cauli.
Vietnamese beef stew. Yes I will.
This soup will heal all your woes.
The surprising history of pies.
Speaking of pie, how cute are these?
Get dinner done in 10 minutes with this garlic butter salmon.
This creamy mushroom pasta looks amazing.
A delicious fall breakfast you can prep ahead for busy mornings.
I adore my German potato salad recipe, but dang, this one looks too good not to try.
This butternut squash risotto looks perfect for a cozy date night in.
These chicken and rice bowls look SO yummy.
Get the party started with this festive fall cheeseboard.
My kinda Thanksgiving cocktail.
Holy moly I need this pasta right now.
Just ordered a copy of this new cookbook and I’m excited.
Ina Garten’s Thanksgiving tips (because Ina always knows). Can’t wait to make those crackers!
This kitchen is gorgeous…the curves, the marble. Yum.
These Christmas plates are so cute.
How to get mood lighting at home.
Does your clothes washer get that funky smell? Have you drained the filter? What? I didn’t even know there was a filter! Doing this today!
This candle is said to be a dupe for Diptyque’s Baies candle (but without the hefty price tag). Ordered!
It’s that time of year again when Oprah share’s her favorite things. I’m adding this to my wish list.
The trouser trend all the celebs are hopping on now. Next up: Hammer time! Are you in?
Saw a woman I follow on IG wearing this pretty sweater and she looked awesome in it and it’s actually a men’s small.
Also digging this sweater.
Love this weekender bag, and you can’t beat the price.
This coat is exactly the style I’ve been looking for.
The 50 most classic lipstick colors of all time.
I keep hearing such good things about these eye masks, and I love that they’re reusable, so they’re better for the environment.
Homes built on cliffs. #4 takes my breath away.
And whoa, the house from the latest season of Stranger Things is for sale! Time to head to the upside down. Oh wait, I think the world is already there.
And finally, a great list of books to read. Make a drink, cozy up, and make some reading time this weekend.
That’s it for this week. Have a grand weekend!!!
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