Well, hello! Long time no talk. Looks like you guys had a three-day weekend…from me. I have to admit, I have been running around like crazy and severely neglecting many things in my life- the blog, being one of them, my desk being another, and the cats are planning a protest if I continue to miss their sixth meal top-off (because five meals are not nearly enough). I have been beyond busy, and I really need a vacation.
Lucky for me, I am jetting off to Rhode Island on Thursday morning. It has been far, far too long since I saw my family (two months- that is LONG for a homebody like me) and I miss this squishy face way too much.
Hopefully, my mini-break will be enough time to relax, recharge and get some serious retail therapy so I can focus more on the things I’ve been neglecting. I have SO much blog material from recipe testing, it is coming out of my ears and I am bursting at the seams to share it with you—as soon as I find time to sit down and write. So hold tight and I will be back in full swing shortly! For now, a few things worth mentioning.
Last week I talked about some interesting stuff. At least I think so. Like my unintentional steak snobbery. My strange love for all things fennel. But my favorite recipe of the week was definitely my hazelnut herb-breaded chicken. I want some of that now, please.
I spent the whole day with this beautiful lady on Friday. I catered her TV shoot set and got the awesome bonus of hanging out with her for 10 hours! She gives me a ridiculous amount of inspiration, it’s incredible! Gluten-free coconut doughnuts? I think that needs to happen, ASAP.
My efforts to organize are going surprisingly well. A little bit here, a little bit there. See?
My efforts to blog about it? Notsomuch.
In an effort to drag my husband from his late-winter-video-game-rut, I packed my Vibrams in my bag and today we are going rock climbing. I am SO excited. Nick still wants to play Skyrim all day. Boys.
The picture above? That was my breakfast Saturday. Seriously. I never make breakfasts that fancy. Blame it on the abundance of gluten-free bread in my fridge, or pure inspiration, but I’m just happy it happened.
I’m planning an Irish feast on Friday. What are your favorite St. Patty’s day recipes?