So I probably was a bit too ambitious with last weekend plans… since I was still side lined with a migraine that was just refusing to go away. On Sunday we did have the chance to make Gordon Ramsay’s focaccia (which was AMAZING) and very easy to make and we decided to go in a whole new direction on the pasta we made, opting to try out the Pasta Social Club’s recipe for Spring Pea Lanterne with Sauteed Mushrooms. YUM!
This Saturday we’re hoping over to Fresh Market to pick up some supplies, and perhaps, just perhaps we might also have the chance to work in a little watercolor practice this weekend. Otherwise we’ll just have to make up for it when we head to Charleston, SC in late July.
I also started reading a new book that was released this week, The Last Flight by Julie Clark and I’m looking forward to sharing an interview with Julie here on the blog very soon!
The winner of the signed copy of Summer Darlings by Brooke Lea Foster is… Congratulations, Nikki Price!
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Averie Bakes shares a delicious recipe for Chocolate Chip Cherry Bars.
Carly the Prepster shares her Backyard Oasis.
This 20 Minute Florentine Butter Chicken with Burst Cherry Tomatoes from Half Baked Harvest would be a perfect dish to serve for dinner tonight… if you needed a suggestion!
Krystal of This Time Tomorrow styles a Citrusy Summer Dress.
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Jenny of Margo & Me shares Elements of Timeless Style.
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. – Maya Angelou