Welcome to the weekend, my pals. I spent this week in Phoenix, absorbing time with family and friends. As a lot as I am keen on Ohio, it’s enjoyable to be again in our outdated space now and again. I’m typing this on the airport this morning as I await my return flight to Columbus. I’m able to be dwelling the place fall has arrived and the times and evening are cooling off eventually.
ON THE BLOG this week: Crunchy inexperienced cabbage, contemporary corn, and purple onions are tossed with a creamy, spicy sauce of mayonnaise, lime, cilantro, and cotija cheese to create this Mexican Avenue Corn Coleslaw.
My mother’s basic Pumpkin Pie recipe is one that you just’re seemingly aware of, that is pumpkin pie the way in which I adore it finest. Served heat or chilly, with whipped cream, cool whip, or ice cream, pumpkin pie is without doubt one of the basic desserts that I sit up for consuming every vacation season.
Buttermilk Espresso Cake topped with a heaping layer of buttery cinnamon crumb topping is a cake that any cinnamon-lover is definite to like. I like to recommend stirring this collectively at the moment and having fun with a slice after dinner tonight and once more tomorrow morning with a cup of espresso or tea.
What I’m CRAVING: My good friend Lynne shared some Meatball Subs the opposite day and I’ve been craving them ever since! What’s to not love about tacky, saucy meatballs tucked right into a sub sandwich?
My FAVORITE THINGS this week are these Cocomel Sea Salt Caramels. I’ll begin by saying that should you’d instructed me these have been vegan caramels earlier than I tasted one, I seemingly wouldn’t have even tried the sweet. Nonetheless, oh my phrase, these coconut milk caramels are dairy-free bites of pure bliss!
My good friend Natasha launched me to this sweet a number of weeks in the past and I’ve already ordered a 6 pack of the luggage for myself and to share with pals. (They’re a wealthy deal with too. Only one is sufficient to fulfill my candy tooth.)
What I’m READING: A Voice within the Wind: Mark of the Lion by Francine Rivers. These books are a few of my favorites by Francine Rivers. This trilogy is historic fiction and I learn them for the primary time after I was in highschool.
This can be a thought-provoking learn with loads of parallels between first-century Rome and our world at the moment. I extremely suggest these books.
“Don’t fear about getting good, simply maintain getting higher.” ― Frank Peretti
Wishing you a stunning week stuffed with little issues that make you smile!