Well by this time next week I will be a proud Auntie to two nieces! Cecileia is going to be an official big sister sometime this coming week, and we couldn’t be more excited about little Charlotte Rey’s arrival.
In the meantime, I’m reading a couple of books in preparation for the fall book list that’s coming to blog next week, and preparing for an interview with one of the authors featured on the list. There’s also a interview with an artist from the art exhibition we went to last week (get a peek at the exhibition over on my Instagram reels) and I’m planning on whipping up a few cheese inspired dishes this weekend to share on the blog soon. I hope everyone has been enjoying all of the food content that I’ve been sharing lately!
I also watched a few movies this week, Ophelia starring Daisy Ridley as the main character. I really enjoyed the film and all of the performances by the cast and if you enjoy period films, you can find this one on Netflix. I also watched Nightbooks starring Krysten Ritter which is a new arrival on Netflix. I have to say out of the two films Ophelia is the clear winner for me. Has anyone seen either of these movies? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
This Garlic Buttered Angel Hair with Burrata looks beyond delicious…
As I continue on my journey to grow my hair out, not too much longer to go! I’m definitely researching Hair Thickening Serums.
These Caesar Deviled Eggs look so good, and easy to make too!
Lately, I’ve had a serious craving for German Chocolate Cake… but these Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Brownies are also calling my name.
How cute is this Tic-Tac-Toe Game Set? Perfect for styling with your favorite coffee table books.
Get ready for apple picking season with these Cinnamon Apple Shortcakes.
Spend a Year in Italy with this pre-orderable calendar.
Ready to start making fall-inspired breakfasts? Try out these Fluffy Pumpkin Pancakes with Maple Cinnamon Butter.
It’s all about Chic Textures for Fall.
French Onion Soup Meets Chicken Meatballs. Yes, please!
The artwork featured in this post is by Stuart Coleman Budd and is currently on view at the ANFA Gallery.