Ah, the humble cauliflower. Back at it again to make life awesome. Seriously, who would think that a cauliflower could do so many things? Not I, my friends. Not I.
Anywho, I wasn’t going to share this recipe in its own post because it’s a part of Friday’s recipe. But after I made it and tried it I decided it was good enough.
I’m going to guess we’ve all seen this or heard this somewhere before:
I think I’m starting to realize that the path to any goal, success or otherwise, is NEVER a straight line. For me, that goal is body acceptance and my path has been all over the map. Continue reading
I was going to call this Castelvetrano & Tomato Salad but I quickly realized two things. 1. I can’t spell Castelvetrano, let alone say it out loud, without Google assistance and 2. Up until about a week ago, I had no idea that Castelvetrano was a type of olive and I’m betting you didn’t either. Continue reading
I think maybe the second time I met Adam’s mom, it was during the summer. We had just gotten out of classes for summer break and I was going to spend a week with him and his mom in his hometown of Paris. Illinois. Not France. Just to clear that up real quick. Continue reading
This past week I’ve been in Hoffman Estates dog-sitting Bronson. The weather has been ABSOLUTELY gorgeous and it feels like summer. I love it. Right near my sister and brother-in-law’s place is a forest preserve and every time I drive by it I think, “I should take Bronson over there and go for a walk.”
Well, on Saturday Adam came out here and we decided a hike in the forest preserve would be a great way to spend the day. It was beautiful, sunny, and Bronson was ready to go.