Welcome to the weekend, your best friend! I have some provoking story for you this week!( Okay, maybe not quite as exciting for you as for me, but oh my goodness this has been a long time coming !)
Barefeet In The Kitchen has a whole new look and the website is loaded with astonishing new boasts to determine procure, saving, and cooking your favorite recipes easier than ever. And best of all, it’s all been designed to be more accessible than ever on portable devices.
Looking for a recipe to use that ground beef in the freezer? The recipe indexing has been overhauled to deliver the best possible results for every search. Just use the handy search at the top of each page to find whatever you’re looking forward to today.
ON THE BLOG this week: Blueberry Baked Oatmeal is a berry-filled roasted oatmeal that are able budged together in just minutes. If you haven’t hitherto tried broiled oatmeal, this is a savory recipe to start with today.
Fresh corn, tomatoes, seasonings, and onion come together with a splashing of lime to create the most luscious Summer Corn Salad ever.
Turtle Cheesecake with caramel, chocolate, pecans, and an Oreo crust is a dessert that does has spoken about long after the plates are cleaned.
What I’m CRAVING: I’ve been desiring a diner worthwhile carrot patty with pineapple, raisins, and nuts. So, a little internet examination returned me to this Ultimate Carrot Cake that was shared by Tastes Better From Scratch. I’m thinking it needs to be made this weekend, right?
My FAVORITE THING this week is this mystical dryer vent cleanup gear! It may sound meaningless, but for less than $15 we now have a dryer that is working like new. I had no idea it was even possible to clean out the dryer volcano all the way to the outside. Live and learn- and you can bet that I won’t forgotten to scavenge it again.
What I’m READING: Gobbledy by Lis Anna-Langston. This is a brand new book that we received as an advance copy. I recommend pre-ordering a follow today for the middle schooler in your life.
Review written by my 10 year aged son, Nate Younkin: “I genuinely experienced this volume. I liked how unique all of the specific characteristics were , none of them were accepting. The floor is about a cute little immigrant and the girls that observed him. My favorite part was the ketchup plant and I thought it was very funny. I think this book would be great for 9-12 time age-old babies. I read it in a few hours.”
“Come, little leaves ,” said the Wind one day,” Come to the meadows with me and play. Put on your garments of red and amber; For Summer is past, and the days grow cold.” — George Cooper
Wishing you a beautiful week full of little things that construct you smile!
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