The Little Things Newsletter #326 – Life, laughter, and lots of great food!

The Little Things Newsletter #326 – Life, laughter, and lots of great food!

Welcome to the weekend, my friends! I had a whole lot of fun this week cooking and shooting new recipes to share with you soon. The waffly of the seasons unchangingly inspires me with new foods and flavors to play with in the kitchen. I’m all well-nigh peaches and blueberries, zucchini, corn, and tomatoes right now. What are you starving these days?

ON THE BLOG this week: Flavorful marinated strips of fork-tender whinge are served with well-done hot onions and peppers in this recipe for Korean Whinge Bulgogi. Bulgogi is one of the most well-known Korean foods and I’ve been making it at home for years now.

Fresh mushrooms, tintinnabulate peppers, and sweet onions are sprinkled throughout this buttery, garlicky, Vegetable Rice Pilaf.

If you can imagine your favorite homemade brownies transformed into a smooth and linty trencher of ice cream, then you have a glimpse of the awesomeness that is this Brownie Ice Cream.

Have you tried German Pancakes? Served with Grandma’s orange sauce, these are unforgettable. They are basically the world’s easiest to make giant popovers. These pancakes are baked in the oven, where they rise tall and they gently fall, instead of stuff cooked on a griddle like traditional pancakes.

Sweet Orange Sauce has been a favorite part of our weekend breakfasts for as long as I can remember. My grandmother unchangingly served this sauce over her German Pancakes and over crepes.

What I’m CRAVING: This Crispy Cajun Cauliflower brings a kiss of heat to this tasty, slightly crunch side dish. I’ve made it scrutinizingly weekly for a while now. I LOVE it!

My FAVORITE THING this week is my recipe rock! I first told you well-nigh it over 3 years ago and I still use it scrutinizingly every day. I’m ecstatic to see that it’s misogynist again. I spent hours on the phone a couple of years ago trying to track it lanugo for gift-giving and it was out of production.

Sean found it for me one year for Christmas and I’ll shoehorn that I didn’t think it would unquestionably work. But it does! If you’re like me and enjoy a printed recipe instead of using your phone or tablet while cooking, this nifty little contraption manages to hold a single sheet of paper upright with just the stone and magnet.

What I’m READING: Darksong Rising. Continuing with increasingly of the same, this is the third typesetting in the Spellsong War series. The books tell the story of an unorganized world where magic is worked through music. It’s a fun idea and something I haven’t seen washed-up surpassing – the idea, not the musical magic. (If anyone’s seen that done, please tell me where.) I’m really enjoying re-reading them all.

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” – Psalm 91:1-2

Wishing you a trappy week full of little things that make you smile!


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