I’ve been largely occupied with studying, which means baking and making excuses for not studying. So it was a fun week of baking/cooking ’round these parts–I received Shauna’s book, and made the fococcia and spiced walnuts, which I’ll post this week. In summary: holy yum.
And I also made carob sweeties and Hazelnut cookies from Ricki’s new book, and, BTW, she has a great giveaway for Amy’s products on her site, so scurry on over!
Our hostess this week is Chickiepea of Eating for Autoimmune Health. This week’s theme is apples, and as a NY’er, apples are almost holy. This week I got some Liberty apples at the Farmer’s market and I’m curious how they work in a crisp. Even though my favorite apple use is just to eat them! And calling all hosts…email me if you’d like to host the menu plan.
grillin’-steak and peppers (E and I both get our favorite thing!)
Roasted salmon, maybe? I need to figure this out
Southwestern Quinoa and Beans
Faux chicken parm
Out to dinner–date with DH
either apple squares, brownies or a chocolate rasp cake. I can’t really go wrong, can I!
Sounds like a good week, especially Friday. 😉
Hope you enjoyed the treats! I haven’t even seen Shauna’s new book yet. . . must go check it out (it was her first book that actually got me involved in blogging in the first place!). And if you do post something with apples, please submit it to the SOS Kitchen Challenge on my blog this month! 🙂
I agree with Heather. Every week needs a date night.
Looks like a yummy week! I don’t think it is quite apple season here yet. But I am looking forward to it with gusto!
Have a great week of cooking!
I know, we rarely do date night out…sometimes we picnic, but this is more fun.
Well, I guess I owe Shauna a big fat thank you then!
We’ve tried to put it on the schedule and it always gets bumped off…we need to work on that.
Wow, I thought it was apple season in most areas. It’s one of my favorites.
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