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My darling lemon thyme

My darling lemon thyme

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Local Milk Recipes springsummerwinterfalltravels sweetsavorylibationssnacksgatherings breakfastlunchdinnerdessertliving Spring earl grey waffles & whipped honey cream + 3 yrs of local milk Turmeric Breakfast Muffins We have had an unusually intense relationship with these muffins for the past couple of months. Different varieties of them have been baked almost every weekend morning in our home. I blamed it on that the recipe needed to be perfected, but ahem, this particular version is actually very similar to my first version (they have however been altered a lot in between). The basic idea was pretty clear to me from the beginning; I wanted a muffin that we could enjoy for breakfast without feeling that we actually were eating dessert in the morning (which I am pretty certain most people that eat muffins for breakfast feel).

Healthy dinners for less than $2/person If you’ve ever found yourself buying clothes just because they’re cheap, or if shopping itself has become a form of entertainment for you, I’ve got a proposal: The next time you buy something, spend a whole lot on it. Enough that it makes you sweat a little. The point is to make you pause and ask yourself, “How much do I really want this?” Double Chocolate Rye Muffins Days are short and cold and the sun rarely makes an appearance in Stockholm this time of the season. It’s an excuse good as any to indulge in deep and rich dark chocolate treats. These muffins will fill your belly, warm your heart, smudge your fingers with chocolate and put a shining smile on your lips. On a quick glance they look like the naughtiest treats in town, but they are actually not as bad as they seem.

What to Eat When You Have No Food When You've Got Eggs... Hana Jakobs 16. ...and cheese. Make cheesy scrambled eggs or a cheesy omelet. (flourless) Almond chocolate and pear muffins I had in mind to write some sort of silly April Fool’s joke post today. But, then I woke up and it was snowing and blowing and full-on blizzard-ing outside, and this was so very unfunny to me that I no longer felt like trying to write a funny post. It also destroyed my resolve not to talk about the weather because, oh you guys, the weather. Therefore, I’m focusing on muffins instead. After all, one can’t eat muffins in an agitated manner. This past weekend (when it was, now that we’re talking about the weather anyway, almost 40 and sunny – it was wonderful) I decided that I absolutely had to make blueberry muffins to make use of some of the vast quantity of blueberries we had picked back in August on a visit to Bayfield.

flourless banana, cinnamon + dark chocolate muffin recipe {gluten + dairy-free} + 4 years of blogging! I started this blog 4 years ago, yesterday. I didn't really know what I was doing (understatement!), I didn't really know what I wanted to share, or how. I didn't know if anyone would ever read, let alone cook my recipes. All I knew is I wanted to do this, however I could. I started out like most bloggers do, sharing adapted recipes, fearing that my own original recipes weren't somehow good enough.

30 Min. Clean Thai Turkey Zucchini Meatballs Today is not a story day. Today is super awesome meatballs day! I got my new dishwasher that can even make Thai meatballs.:) In all seriousness, we have a deal: I make the meatballs and he does the dirty job. HERBED SWEET POTATO + QUINOA MUFFINS // RALLYING + RESOLVING I understand why people seem frustrated with resolutions, and why there’s a backlash against the exuberance of the fresh start and the clean slate that dominate the media the first two weeks of January. But I’m not with them. I get that the shitty part is the sense of disappointment in ourselves when we don’t live up to our own grand expectations and hopes. But I really like to make resolutions. I am totally in favor of setting intentions, resolutions, hopes, aspirations, and goals for the new year. I’ve been thinking about this a lot because one thing that struck me recently is that resolutions don’t follow a straight line.